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Q: What does benchmark fractions mean?

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no because only 1, 0, and a half are benchmark fractions other fractions fall between those numbers

A benchmark is a set of standards that students are required to meet to determine if they have learned what has been taught. A score is given and the student is placed in a level in that subject. Not meeting a benchmark means the student needs to relearn the area that the benchmark has been given.

benchmarking is aprocess of acquring benchmark

I think you probably mean fractions whose denominator is zero. This is because you can't divide by zero.

It means to circle the fractions that have the same values

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A benchmark fraction is the bar line in the middle of the fraction. :)

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Benchmark fractions are common fractions that you can use to judge other numbers against. These fractions are commonly known fractions that serve as a relevant reference point for measurement comparison. Common benchmark fractions include 1/3, 1/4, 1/2, 2/3 and 3/4.

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no because only 1, 0, and a half are benchmark fractions other fractions fall between those numbers

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