## Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 California 1st Edition Chapter 3 Rational Numbers

**Page 11 Problem 1 Answer**

We have given the number as 0.3 Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form.To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as 0.3

So here we get the fractional form as 0.3/1=3/10

For the given number 0.3 we get the fractional form as3/10

**Page 11 Problem 2 Answer**

We have given the number as 2 x 7/8

Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form.To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as

⇒ \(2 \frac{7}{8}\)

So here we get the fractional form as

⇒ \(2 \frac{7}{8}\)

⇒ \(=\frac{23}{8}\)

For the given number 2×7/8

we get the fractional form as23/8

**Page 11 Problem 3 Answer**

We have given the number as −5 and Asked you to write each rational number in the form

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form. To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as −5

So here we get the fractional form as −5/1

For the given number −5

we get the fractional form as−5/1

**Page 11 Problem 4 Answer**

We have given the number as 16 and Asked to write each rational number in the forma/b

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form. To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as 16

So here we get the fractional form as 16/1

For the given number 16

we get the fractional form as16/1

**Page 11 Problem 5 Answer**

We have given the number as −1×3/4

Asked to write each rational number in the forma/b

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form.To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as

⇒ \(-1 \frac{3}{4}\)

So here we get the fractional form as

⇒ \( -1 \frac{3}{4}\)

⇒ \(\frac{-7}{4}\)

For the given number −1×3/4

we get the fractional form as−7/4

**Page 11 Problem 6 Answer**

We have given the number as −4.5

Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form. To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as

-4.5

So here we get the fractional form as

⇒ \(\frac{-4.5}{1}\)

⇒ \( \frac{-45}{10}\)

⇒ \( \frac{-9}{2}\)

For the given number −4.5

we get the fractional form as−9/2

**Page 11 Problem 7 Answer**

We have given the number as 3

Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b

We have given the number as 3

So here we get the fractional form as 3/1

For the given number 3

we get the fractional form as 3/1

**Page 11 Problem 8 Answer**

We have given the number as 0.11

Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b

We have given the number a

0.11

So here we get the fractional form as

⇒ \(\frac{0.11}{1} \)

⇒ \(\frac{11}{100}\)

For the given number 0.11

we get the fractional form as11/100

**Page 11 Problem 9 Answer**

We have given the number as −13

Asked to place each number in the correct place on the Venn diagram.To get the right place for the number in the diagram we have to analyze the number first. To place the number in the diagram we have to write that number within the circle of that category only.

We have given the number as −13

The nature of the given number is an integer

The given number −13 is an integer and placed in the diagram is given as

**Page 11 Problem 10 Answer**

We have given the number as 1/6

Asked to place each number in the correct place on the Venn diagram. To get the right place for the number in the diagram we have to analyze the number first.

To place the number in the diagram we have to write that number within the circle of that category only. We have given the number as 1/6

The nature of the given number is a rational number

The given number1/6 is a rational number and placed in the diagram is given

**Page 11 Problem 11 Answer**

We have given the number as 0. Asked to place each number in the correct place on the Venn diagram.

To get the right place for the number in the diagram we have to analyze the number first.

To place the number in the diagram we have to write that number within the circle of that category only.

We have given the number as 0

The nature of the given number is a whole number The given number 0 is a whole number and the place in the diagram is given as

**Page 11 Problem 12 Answer**

We have given the number as 0.99 Asked to place each number in the correct place on the Venn diagram.

To get the right place for the number in the diagram we have to analyze the number first.

To place the number in the diagram we have to write that number within the circle of that category only.

We have given the number as 0.99

The nature of the given number is rational number The given number 0.99 is a rational number and the place in the diagram is given as

**Page 11 Problem 13 Answer**

We have given the number as −6.7

Asked to place each number in the correct place on the Venn diagram. To get the right place for the number in the diagram we have to analyze the number first.

To place the number in the diagram we have to write that number within the circle of that category only. We have given the number as −6.7

The nature of the given number is a rational number

The given number 6.7 is a rational number and its place in the diagram is given as

**Page 11 Problem 14 Answer**

We have given the number as 34 Asked to place each number in the correct place on the Venn diagram. To get the right place for the number in the diagram we have to analyze the number first.

To place the number in the diagram we have to write that number within the circle of that category only. We have given the number as 34

The nature of the given number is a whole number

The given number 34 is a whole number and the place in the diagram is given as

**Page 11 Problem 15 Answer**

We have given the number as −14x/2 and Asked to place each number in the correct place on the Venn diagram.

To get the right place for the number in the diagram we have to analyze the number first.

To place the number in the diagram we have to write that number within the circle of that category only.

We have given the number as −14×1/2

The nature of the given number is a rational number

The given number −14×1/2 is a rational number and placed in the diagram is given

**Page 12 Exercise 1 Answer**

We have given the number as−12

So here we get the fractional form as−12/1

For the given number −12

we get the fractional form as −12/1 and the nature of the number as

**Page 12 Exercise 2 Answer**

We have given the number as 7.3 Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b, then circle the name of each set to which the number belongs.

o, get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form.

To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as

7.3

So here we get the fractional form as

⇒ \(\frac{7.3}{1}\)

⇒ \(\frac{73}{10}\)

For the given number 7.3 we get the fractional form as73/10 and the nature of the n

**Page 12 Exercise 3 Answer**

We have given the number as 0.41 Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b, then circle the name of each set to which the number belongs.

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form.

To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as

0.41

So here we get the fractional form as

⇒ \(\frac{0.41}{1}\)

⇒ \(\frac{41}{100}\)

For the given number 0.41

we get the fractional form as 41/100 and the nature of the number as

**Page 12 Exercise 4 Answer**

We have given the number 6 Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b, then circle the name of each set to which the number belongs.

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form.

To write in the fractional form we must know that the by default denominator of the number is always one.

We have given the number as 6

So here we get the fractional form as 6/1

For the given number 6

we get the fractional form as 6/1 and the nature of the number

**Page 12 Exercise 5 Answer**

We have given the number as 3×1/2

Asked to write each rational number in the form a/b, then circle the name of each set to which the number belongs.

To get the required answer we just need to change the given number in the fractional form.

We have given the number as

⇒ \(3 \frac{1}{2}\)

So here we get the fractional form as

⇒ \(3 \frac{1}{2}\)

⇒ \(\frac{7}{2}\)

For the given number 3×1/2

we get the fractional form as 7/2 and the nature of the number as

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