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Explain how you know 6/6 and 1 are equivalent?

  • 3rd grade math -

    Imagine a pizza cut into 6 equal pieces. Your brother eats all 6 pieces. He ate the whole darn pizza!

    6/6 = 1

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    1 Whole pizza

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  • 3rd grade math -

    The denominator and numerator are the same so that mean's it's 1 whole.

  • Envision california math 10-6 practice -

    6/6 is equal to 1 because 6/6 is a whole and 1 is a whole and is equivalent to any fraction that is a whole

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