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: Fractions are an important part of your daily lives. Describe some practical applications for fractions in your daily life and some challenges that you have experienced regarding the use of fractions.

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half a glass of milk
three-eighths of a pizza
a quarter of a dollar
one-third cup of flour

Which other uses of fractions have you experienced?

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