## Recognize that the decimal form of a rational number either terminates or repeats. 0606.2.9

## Links verified on 6/22/2020

- Decimal Form of Rational Numbers - [worksheet] Model each of the following calculations with base ten blocks. Draw a sketch of your model and be sure to specify the unit you chose to represent one.
- Equivalent Forms of Rational Numbers: Fractions, Decimals, Percents, and Scientific Notation - [worksheet] explanation, examples and activities followed by a set of homework problems
- Rational and Irrational Numbers - examples and hints from Regions Exam Prep Center
- Rational Numbers Tips and Tricks - These tips for grade 7 and 8 will help in simplifying complex problems and understand different ways to reach the solution
- Rational Numbers - explanation (including decimals) from a home-schooling math site

- Practice problems to go with the lesson
Rational Numbers on a Number Line - explanation and examples- Rational Numbers on a Number Line - a 1 page document from Glencoe Publishers; with explanation, examples, and practice problems
- Rational Numbers on a Number Line - a 12 page document with examples and sample problems
- Terminating and Repeating Decimals - lesson plan on introducing the concept
- Terminating and Repeating Decimals - lesson plan on developing the concept
- Working with Rational Numbers - explanation, sample problems, and answers

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