Fabulous Fractions 4 Replies To continue our fraction learning, today we have been investigating fractions equivalent to a half and a whole.

Sandford Hill Post authorMay 4, 2018 at 1:28 pm I now know, thanks to a lot of help from Seth, that four quarters are equivalent to one whole! Reply ↓

Seth May 15, 2018 at 7:30 am Mr Walford your wrong because two quarters is not a equivalent to a whole Reply ↓

Sandford Hill Post authorMay 15, 2018 at 9:01 am Seth you’re absolutely right. Two quarters are not equivalent to one whole, they are only equivalent to one half. Thank you for spotting my mistake. I’ll go back now and change it. Great work- deserving of 2 Dojo Points! Reply ↓

Alfie May 16, 2018 at 5:30 pm You are wrong because the denominator is how many equal parts and the numerator is how many pieces are shaded in. Reply ↓

Sandford HillPost authorI now know, thanks to a lot of help from Seth, that four quarters are equivalent to one whole!

SethMr Walford your wrong because two quarters is not a equivalent to a whole

Sandford HillPost authorSeth you’re absolutely right. Two quarters are not equivalent to one whole, they are only equivalent to one half. Thank you for spotting my mistake. I’ll go back now and change it. Great work- deserving of 2 Dojo Points!

AlfieYou are wrong because the denominator is how many equal parts and the numerator is how many pieces are shaded in.