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Learn the relationship between dividing by a unit fraction and multiplying by the denominator. Using a tape diagram, label the whole number and the fraction sections on the diagram. Use a number line to skip count the fraction sections. Then, write the mu

A. Rewrite an equation with multiplication by a fraction as a division equation based on a model

B. Compose a division equation with a fraction based on a model

C. Divide a whole number by a unit fraction based on a tape diagram

E. Divide a whole number by a unit fraction by multiplying by the denominator

F. Divide a whole number by a unit fraction

G. Divide a unit fraction by a whole number based on a tape diagram (Part 1)

H. Divide a unit fraction by a whole number based on a tape diagram (Part 2)

I. Divide a unit fraction by a whole number

J. Multiply a unit fraction by a unit fraction with and without an area model (Part 1)

K. Multiply a unit fraction by a unit fraction with and without an area model (Part 2)

L. Relate division by a whole number to multiplication by a unit fraction

M. Solve division equations with unit fractions and whole numbers

N. Multiply a decimal number by a power of ten

O. Simplify a fraction using the basic property of fractions

P. Convert a fraction to a given denominator using the basic property of fractions

Q. Convert between division expressions and fractions

R. Complete fraction expressions using the basic property of fractions

S. Convert fractions with decimal denominators to fractions with whole number denominators (Level 1)

T. Convert fractions with decimal denominators to fractions with whole number denominators (Level 2)

U. Convert fractions with decimal denominators to fractions with whole number denominators (Level 3)

V. Convert fractions with decimal denominators to fractions with whole number denominators (Level 4)

W. Convert division expressions with decimal divisors to expressions with whole number divisors (Level 1)

X. Convert division expressions with decimal divisors to expressions with whole number divisors (Level 2)

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