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Name____________________________ Study Guide: Ch. 3 Test. Test is on ____________________ Lesson 3.1.1 a. Be able to use the Giant One to make equivalent fractions. b. Practice: 3-3, 3-5, 3-12 c. Read Methods and Meaning: pg. 109 Lesson 3.1.3 a. Given a 100 block, which includes shaded blocks, be able to identify a fraction, decimal, and percent which is represented by the shaded portion of the diagram. b. Practice: 3-36, 3-37, 3-40, 3-43, 3-64, 3-131 c. Read Methods and Meaning: pg. 115 Lesson 3.1.4 and 3.15 a. Be able to complete a fraction, decimal, and percent conversion chart. b. Complete a Representation of a Portion Web. c. Given a decimal, be able to convert it to a percent and fraction. d. Given a percent, be able to convert it to a decimal and fraction. e. Given a fraction, be able to convert it to a decimal and percent. f. Practice: 3-55, 3-673-69, 3-73, 3-109 and Learning Log 3-61 g. Read Methods and Meanings: pg. 121 and 126 Lesson 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 a. Be able to find the value of an expression which includes both positive and negative numbers. *You may want to practice with a number line. b. Find the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of given numbers. b. Practice: 3-100, 3-103, 3-106, 3-111 c. Read Methods and Meanings: pg. 143 and pg. 149 Lesson 3.2.4 a. Be able to identify how far apart points are on a number line. Ex. How many spaces are between -3 and +9 b. Be able to identify values on a number line and complete number lines. b. Practice: 3-63, 3-103, 3-104, 3-115, 3-120 Review Section 1. Visually show 3 different ways to represent a fraction. 2. Area and perimeter of rectangles and polygons. 3. Translating work expression into numeric expressions. 4. Dot patterns: Identify the RELATIONSHIP between the Figure Number and the Number of dots. 5. Complete Generic Rectangles. Parent signature___________________________________________