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Compare two mixed numbers that have different denominators. First compare the number of ones and then compare the fractions. Recall how to compare fractions when the numerators are the same, or by comparing each fraction to 1/2

A. Identify fractions as greater than, less than, or equal to 1

B. Label a model with a mixed number and identify its written form

C. Identify a mixed number on a number line

D. Label a model with a mixed number and a fraction greater than 1

E. Rename a mixed number as a fraction greater than 1 based on a model

F. Rename a mixed number as a fraction greater than 1

G. Rename a fraction greater than 1 as a mixed number based on a model

H. Rename a fraction greater than 1 as a mixed number

I. Match fraction addition to a mixed number and a fraction greater than 1

J. Identify a fraction greater than 1 and rename it as a mixed number

K. Label models with mixed numbers and compare using <, =, or >

M. Compare fractions greater than 1 by renaming them as mixed numbers

N. Compare a fraction greater than 1 with a mixed number or a fraction greater than 1

O. Compare mixed numbers with different denominators (Part 2)

P. Compare mixed numbers with different denominators (Part 3)

Q. Compare fractions greater than 1

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