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Relate hundredths to tenths using a place value chart. See that ten hundredths has the same value as one tenth. Then represent numbers shown in a place value chart with ones, tenths, and hundredths as decimal numbers

A. Identify hundredths using fraction and decimal notation

B. Match hundredths decimals to unit form and rewrite a hundredths decimal in unit form

C. Label tenths and hundredths on an area model using fraction and decimal form

D. Compare equivalent tenths and hundredths in decimal form

E. Match equivalent tenths and hundredths in decimal and unit form

G. Represent a hundredths number using a disk model

H. Identify points in the hundredths on a number line

I. Label a mixed number on an area model using fraction and decimal form

J. Match mixed numbers in fraction and decimal form, and rewrite a mixed number fraction in decimal form

K. Label a mixed number based on a disk model

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