Use reasoning to solve logic puzzles.
Use the given information in a problem to identify the correct answer.
Follow given rules to solve problems.
Theory, Pattern, Sequence, Rule, Rotate
1. Student had to move the objects to rotate the image 180 degress.
2. Student then worked backwards to determine a pattern and worked on additional puzzles to test out the pattern theory.
Multiply and divide fractional numbers to any place-value.
Utilize the standard algorithm to divide fractions.
With two fractions, find the reciprocal of the 2nd fraction, replace the ÷ with x, multiply numerators and denominators, simplify.
With a whole number by a fraction, convert the whole number to an improper fraction, find the reciprocal of the 2nd fraction, replace the ÷ with x, multiply numerators and denominators, simplify.
With a fraction by a whole number, convert the whole number to improper fraction, find the reciprocal of the 2nd number, replace the ÷ with x, multiply the numerators and denominators, simplify.
Mixed Number, Improper Fraction, Division, Multiply, Convert, Simplest form, Numerator, Denominator, Inverse
1. Student practiced dividing and multiplying fractions that involved both mixed and improper fractions.
2. Student was taught to use multiplication (inverse) to solve a problem that required the division of fractions.
3. Student was shown a different method of reducing a fraction to its simplest form by divisibility of either the numerator or denominator of the corresponding fraction.
3 2/3 divided by 7/8
What would be your first step to solve this problem?
What is the inverse of division?