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Percentage to Fraction Memory

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin

Play a game of memory with cards made from two copies of copymaster 3. Put all the cards face down. Players take turns to turn over two cards.

If the cards match the player keeps them and tries again. If not it is the other player's turn.

The player to get the most pairs wins.

This game is designed to practise simple percentage to fraction knowledge.

Points that may arise:

•Nine tenths is one tenth less than the whole. This is because the whole is ten tenths. So nine tenths is 90% (100% - 10%) •Four fifths is one fifth less than the whole. This is because the whole is five fifths. So four fifths is 80% (100% - 20%) •33.3% is another name for one third. This is because 100 ÷ 3 = 33.3 (recurring).



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