### Fractional Geometry

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Here's a little geometry and fraction summer fun I learned at a workshop today. Assuming the yellow octagon equals one whole, what is the fraction for all the pieces in the left picture and what is the fraction of all the pieces in the right?

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Here's a little geometry and fraction summer fun I learned at a workshop today. Assuming the yellow octagon equals one whole, what is the fraction for all the pieces in the left picture and what is the fraction of all the pieces in the right?

How do you know?

I still care about all of you. I still want you to use those wonderful brains of yours. I can't tell you how impressed I was with your class performance on the FCAT!

Labels: AIMS workshop, elementary education, fractions, geometry, OCPS, summer math

## 2 Comments:

At 3:41 PM , Jess said...

Let me think.... i think that the left one is 2&2/6, because each blue piece, or 2 triangls, is equal to a third.The yellow piece and the 2 blue pieces plus 2 triangles equal 2 whole pieces.Also, 1 triangle is = to 1/6, so the leftover triangles equal 2/6. Now for the right, which is.... the same answer! I'll explain. The 2 red pieces equal 1 whole, and then that's pretty much all that's different. You've got your blue pieces, and your triangles. All that's different is that you used 2 red pieces instead of 1 yellow piece!

At 10:05 PM , Mahrukh said...

Thanks. Uh,`I have to go,I'll figure it out later, promise.

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