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Lesson 63

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Larissa Beckstead

on 3 December 2017

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Lesson 63
Objective:
Subtract a fraction or mixed number from a whole number greater than 1.

Example 1
Name the number of shaded circles as a whole number and as a mixed number.
Example 2
There are 5 pies on the shelf. The server gave 1/3 of a pie to the customers. How many pies remained on the shelf?
Example 3
Veronica jogged 10 3/16 miles in one week. The next week she jogged 8 7/16 miles. How many more miles did she jogged the first week?

Foldables
Some friends order a pizza. Joshua eats 1/10 of the pizza. Francisco eats 2/5 of the pizza. Paulo eats 4/15 of the pizza. How much of the pizza is left over?



Foldables
A recipe calls for 3/4 cup of milk, 2/3 cup of water, and 1/2 cup of oil. How much liquid does the recipe call for altogether?
Foldables
Ribbon Color Length (in) Lilly cut ribbons in
Pink 4 3/8 4 different colors
Yellow 4 1/4 and records their
Orange 3 5/16 length in the chart
Blue 4 1/8 on the left. How
much longer is the
pink ribbon than
the orange ribbon?
Lesson Practice
4 3 4 2
- 1 - 3 - 2 1 - 1
4 4 4 4


2 1 12 1 12
8 4
-1 7 -5 2 -5 1
8 3 6


7 2 5 1 5 7
7 4 8
- 6 4 -1 1 - 2 4
7 2 8
Math 4 Today
1) 5.195 2) Round 4.191 to the nearest
- 4.192 hundredth.




3) 3 x 1 = 4) 14 - (4+3) -2 =
4 6
Reflections
: Tony wrote the following: 7 1/4-3 3/4= 4 1/4-3/4.
Is Tony's statement correct? Draw a number line to support your answer.
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