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Jeff uses 3 fifth size strips to model 3/5. He wants to use tenth size strips to model equivalent fraction. How many tenth size strips will he need? my answer is 6/10

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  1. You're right.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. thanks Ms. Sue God bless you

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  3. You're very welcome Ezekiel.

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  4. jeff uses 3 fifth-size strips to model 3/5.He wants to use tenth-size strips to model an equivalent fraction. How many tenth-size strips will he need

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  5. Jeff uses 3 fifth size strips to model 3-5. He wants to use tenth size strips to model an equivalent fraction. How many tenth size strips will he need?

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  7. I love this I’m in 4th grade and now I got my answer thanks Ezekiel

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