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SadlierOxford Math Grade 4
SadlierOxford Math Grade 4
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Mean, Mode, Median and Range Poem
Hey diddle, diddle the median's the middle You add and divide for the mean The mode is the one that appears the most And the range is the difference between 
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R U L E S F O R
O R D E R I N G F R A C T I O N S
Like Denominators: Compare two fractions at a time. Look at the numerators. The larger fraction is the one with the greater numerator.
Unlike Denominators: Convert each fraction to an equivalent fraction with a common denominator. Then compare two fractions at a time. The larger fraction is the one with the greater numerator.
Like Numerators: Compare two fractions at a time. Look at the denominators. The fraction with the smaller denominator is the larger fraction.
Summary: When ordering three or more fractions from least to greatest, compare two fractions at a time. It is helpful to write a number in a circle next to each fraction to compare them more easily.
O R D E R I N G F R A C T I O N S
Like Denominators: Compare two fractions at a time. Look at the numerators. The larger fraction is the one with the greater numerator.
Unlike Denominators: Convert each fraction to an equivalent fraction with a common denominator. Then compare two fractions at a time. The larger fraction is the one with the greater numerator.
Like Numerators: Compare two fractions at a time. Look at the denominators. The fraction with the smaller denominator is the larger fraction.
Summary: When ordering three or more fractions from least to greatest, compare two fractions at a time. It is helpful to write a number in a circle next to each fraction to compare them more easily.