Math 2-5: Fractions: Equivalence – For the Teachers

### Fractions: Equivalence

RIT Range:
151-240
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Ladder
 Learning Continuum Statements: RIT 151-160: Identifies fractions equivalent to 1 using area or set models RIT 161-170: Identifies fractions equivalent to 1 using area or set models RIT 171-180: Identifies equivalent fraction models Identifies fractions equivalent to 1 using area or set models RIT 181-190: Identifies equivalent fraction models Identifies fractions equivalent to 1 using area or set models RIT 191-200: Identifies equivalent fraction models Writes equivalent fractions for given area or set models RIT 201-210: Converts between fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 Converts between mixed numbers and improper fractions Identifies equivalent fraction models Identifies fractions equivalent to whole numbers greater than 1 Writes equivalent fractions Writes equivalent fractions for given area or set models RIT 211-220: Converts between fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 Converts between mixed numbers and improper fractions Divides two whole numbers given in the form of a fraction, with a whole number quotient Identifies equivalent fraction models Identifies fractions equivalent to whole numbers greater than 1 Writes equivalent fractions Writes equivalent fractions for given area or set models RIT 221-230: Converts between mixed numbers and improper fractions Identifies fractions equivalent to whole numbers greater than 1 Writes equivalent fractions Writes equivalent fractions for given area or set models Writes fractions in simplest form RIT 231-240: Writes equivalent fractions Writes equivalent fractions for given points on a number line Writes fractions in simplest form

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