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How Many Would it Take? (Part 2)

Lesson 13. Unit 4. Grade 6 Open Up Resources

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This Instructional Activity is a part of the Lesson 13, Unit 4, Grade 6. This activity consolidates prior work on the area of rectangles and the current work on division of fractions. Students determine how many tiles with fractional side lengths are needed to completely cover another rectangular region that also has fractional side lengths. Besides dividing fractions, students also need to plan their approach, think about how the orientation of the tiles affects their calculation and solution, and attend carefully to the different measurements and steps in their calculation. The experience here prepares students to work with lengths and volumes in the culminating lesson (in which students determine how many small boxes with fractional edge lengths will fit into larger boxes that also have fractional edge lengths).

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