Today, during our first math class, Mr. Harbeck showed us these pieces of data:
With these pieces of data, we were to construct a number line arranging these pieces of data in numerical order:
First, we were to complete a table that showed: the decimal, percent, ratio, or fraction, (that was equivalent to all of the pieces of data); the pieces of data; and all of the equivalents in numerical order:
Then we were to start a rough copy of what we were going to put on the long sheet of graph paper, Mr. Harbeck would be handing out:
On this long sheet of graph paper, we would put what we placed on our table; but the pieces of data would either above or below the number line; showing us what equivalent it matches up with. The equivalents would then be placed above or below, (depending on where you put your pieces of data), and it would, too, match up with its equivalent. However, the numbers would not just be placed ANYWHERE on the number line, but it would be arranged from SMALLEST to LARGEST. In this case below, the pieces of data and equivalents are arranged from 0.1-1.0:
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