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Convert Decimal Inches to 16th...

Writing decimals (Math 6) 
JavaScript 
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Convert calculator decimal answers involving inches to 16ths (or you can enter other denominators (32nds, 64ths) for more versatility). The procedure is spelled out so that students can adapt it as a ...
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XPMath: Converting Percents to...

Writing decimals (Math 6) 
Flash 
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Students race the clock to convert percents to decimals in this Flash game.
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XPMath: Converting Percents to...

Writing decimals (Math 6) 
Flash 
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Students race the clock to convert percents to decimals in this Flash game. In this version, percents can exceed 100, up to 200%.
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Decimals Whiteboard Teacher Pa...

Writing decimals (Math 6) 
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Teach your students the basics of decimals with this set of interactive whiteboard minimovies. Use the animations to represent commonly used decimals like tenths and hundredths; generate equivalen...
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Decimal Numbers

Writing decimals (Math 6) 
JavaScript 
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The user learns about decimal numbers, the decimal point, place values, and how to write decimals. After viewing some examples, users can interactively practice writing the given fractions as decimals...
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How Much Pizza to Order?

Writing decimals (Math 6) 
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The program raises the problem from a hypothetical party where the guests ask for a specific fraction of pizza. Guests can only choose two types of pizza for each party. The program calls for the tota...
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Fraction to Decimal

Writing decimals (Math 6) 
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Javascript which converts a fraction to its decimal equivalent. There is also a link to determine if the decimal terminates or repeats.
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