1. Word cloud

120 seconds

Name 3 ways to represent a number.

2. Open question

120 seconds

How have you used decimals in your everyday life?

3. Open question

120 seconds

How have you used fractions in your everyday life?

4. Open question

100 seconds

How have you used percents in your everyday life?

5. Poll

60 seconds

Can you convert the decimal 0.75 into both a fraction and a percent.

- YES!
- Not a fraction
- Not a percent
- NO!!!!!!!

6. Poll

60 seconds

Can you convert 68% to a fraction and a decimal?

- YES!
- Not a fraction
- Not a decimal
- NOPE!

7. Poll

60 seconds

Can you convert 3/5 into a decimal and a percent?

- YES!
- Not a decimal
- Not a percent
- NOPE!

8. Open question

120 seconds

If you got a 10/12 on an assignment, what is your percent grade?

9. Open question

210 seconds

Can you think of a situation where you would need to convert decimals to fractions or percents?

10. Slide

60 seconds

Did you know?

There are an infinite number of fractions that are equivalent to a given decimal. For example, 0.75 is equivalent to 3/4, 6/8, 9/12, and many more. There are some numbers that can't be expressed as a fraction or decimal, like pi (3.1415...). These numbers are called irrational numbers. You can use a percent to represent any fraction. To convert a fraction to a percent, simply divide the numerator by the denominator, then multiply by 100. For example, 4/5 is equal to 80%.

11. Poll

60 seconds

On a scale of 1-10 I am this excited to start fractions, decimals, and percents.

- 11.5%

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