# Fraction of a number

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##### Intros

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##### Examples

###### Lessons

**Number Lines and Fraction of a Number**

Use the number line to complete the multiplication sentence (fill in and/or analyze):**Fraction Blocks and Fraction of a Number**

Use fraction blocks to solve for the fraction of each number.**Fraction Multiplication for Fraction of a Number**

Use the steps for fraction multiplication to solve.- Hint: (1) put whole number over 1, (2) cross cancel, (3) multiply numerators; multiply denominators, (4) write in lowest terms

**Figuring out Fraction Multiplication Backwards**

Fill in the blanks by working backwards.**Fraction of a Number Picture Problems**

Use the picture. Write the multiplication equation with a fraction and a whole number. Then, solve for the fraction of a number.**Fraction of a Number: Word Problem**

Jerry Jepson Elementary School has a population of 380 students. Mrs. Kim's class has 14 girls and 10 boys.- If $\frac{1}{6}$ of the class is vegetarian, how many students are vegetarian?
- If $\frac{3}{8}$ of the class has siblings, how many students have a brother or sister? How many students are only-children?
- If $\frac{7}{38}$ of the school's students have pets how many students have pets? Out of these pet owners, $\frac{4}{7}$ have dogs as pets; how many students have dogs?
- If $\frac{3}{5}$ of the school wears glasses and $\frac{1}{4}$ of Mrs. Kim's class wears glasses, what is the FRACTION of students wearing glasses in the class compared to the entire school?