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Given
1/3 Y÷1/2 X=4
Discuss its meaning.
Create a shape for X and for Y that will make this true. Draw and label the shapes, then illustrate how the quotient was obtained. Your drawing must be neat and accurate.
Can individual pieces of a traditional tangram be used to represent X and Y and to support the given relationship?
Draw a scale with one Y on the left side. What should you put on the right side for the scale to balance? (Note: You cannot put one Y).
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