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The final classroom session. Register early for next year's MCI-Worchester State University. Keep posted on MCI's Facebook or www.marshallcavendish.com/education/mci

The final classroom session. Register early for next year's MCI-Worchester State University. Keep posted on MCI's Facebook or www.marshallcavendish.com/education/mci

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  • 1. CLASSROOM SESSION B27  YEAP BAN HAR
    Bar Models for Fractions Problems
    Mario
    $60
    Nancy
    Slides are available at
    www.banhar.blogspot.com
    and
    Marshall Cavendish Institute’s Facebook
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  • 9. Mario
    $60
    Nancy
  • 10. Mario
    $60
    Nancy
  • 11. Mario
    3 units = $60
    1 unit = $20
    5 units = $100
    Mario’s allowance is $100.
    $60
    Nancy
  • 12. 342
    18%
  • 13. 342
    24%
  • 14. 342
    76%
    76% 342
    100%  450
    Rachael had 450 picture cards at first.