* reduce 17.36
* reduce 12.125
ARE YOU THINKING? YOUR STUDENTS WILL BE!
This worksheet is two-step. Students must first change the decimals into fractions correctly and then reduce them to lowest terms. These 15 written examples are difficult and will challenge even your higher level students. Guaranteed to make your students "think" as they reinforce their reducing ability. See the thumbnail or download preview for a clearer idea.
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