Finding One Whole on a Improper Fraction Number Line

Finding One Whole on a Improper Fraction Number Line
Finding One Whole on a Improper Fraction Number Line
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There are number lines marked with 0 and ending with improper fractions such as 5/2 or 8/7. The students are asked to add marks to the number line and label each mark. Then they need to find the equivalent fraction of one whole.

The first question is answered as an example. The number line is marked 0 to 5/2. They would mark and label 1/2, 2/2, 3/2, and 4/2. Then would put a dot on 2/2 since it is one whole.
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Finding One Whole on a Improper Fraction Number Line
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