The learner will add fractions.
The learner will compare fractions with denominators of 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, and 64.
The learner will divide fractions.
The learner will determine if fractions are equivalent and find missing numbers in proportions.
The learner will express decimal numbers as simplified fractions or mixed numbers.
The learner will express decimal numbers as fractions to the nearest 8th, 16th, 32nd, or 64th.
The learner will express decimal numbers as percents.
The learner will express common fractions (eighths, sixteenths, thirty-seconds, and sixty-fourths) in lowest terms.
The learner will express fractions and mixed numbers as percents.
The learner will express fractions as decimal numbers.
The learner will express improper fractions as mixed numbers.
The learner will express mixed numbers as improper fractions.
The learner will express percents as whole numbers, fractions, and mixed numbers.
The learner will multiply fractions.
The learner will simplify fractions.
The learner will subtract fractions.