Can a number have two decimal representations?
Explore partial sums of series when they are equal to an integer value.
Find situations where a fractional expression can simplify to a whole number.
Determine the value of a fraction that continually repeats itself.
Examine the patterns in a graph of the truncated portion of a multiple as a function of its multiple.
Find a set of digits that will produce a special property when simplifying fractions.
Determine a fair payment for people who want to share cookies.
How many people were on a bus before the bus reached its first stop?
Is it more economical to rent a car or ride the bus?
Supply missing numbers that are equally spaced and “surround” 2.1 on the given number lines.
How many pints of strawberries will you have to grow before you earn a profit?
Determine the number of boys and girls in a class.
Find the sum of a series.
Can you increase a fraction by one-half by adding the same integer to both the numerator and denominator?
Find the regular price of one polliwog.
Identify two fractions whose sum is equal to the sum of the numerators divided by the sum of the denominators.
Find the number of eggs sold when a salesman sells a fraction of his eggs at a time.
Find a perfect square with a specified property.
Investigate procedures with proper fractions.
Find two unique unit fractions whose sum is equal to a given fraction.
Why can’t the denominator of a fraction be zero?
Explore the relationship between a fraction and its decimal equivalent.