Rational War is a game used to reinforce the how to compare two rational numbers. The rational numbers will include: fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals.

This game is similar to the classic playing card game, War. You must compare two rational numbers (fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals) to determine which has the greater value. You will be playing in teams of two or if there are an odd number of students in the class, groups of three.

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### Rational War Activity Sheet

by Zack Moore

Rational War is a game used to reinforce the how to compare two rational numbers. The rational numbers will include: fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals. This game is similar to the classic playing card game, War. You must compare two rational numbers (fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals) to determine which has the greater value. You will be playing in teams of two or if there are an odd number of students in the class, groups of three. The file is saved as a Word 1997-2004 .doc document.
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by Zack Moore

Rational War is a game used to reinforce the how to compare two rational numbers. The rational numbers will include: fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals. This game is similar to the classic playing card game, War. You must compare two rational numbers (fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals) to determine which has the greater value. You will be playing in teams of two or if there are an odd number of students in the class, groups of three. The file is saved as a Word 1997-2004 .doc document.
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### Rational War Card Deck One

by Zack Moore

Rational War is a game used to reinforce the how to compare two rational numbers. The rational numbers will include: fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals. This game is similar to the classic playing card game, War. You must compare two rational numbers (fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals) to determine which has the greater value. You will be playing in teams of two or if there are an odd number of students in the class, groups of three. The file is saved as a Word 1997-2004 .doc document.
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### Rational War Card Deck Two

by Zack Moore

Rational War is a game used to reinforce the how to compare two rational numbers. The rational numbers will include: fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals. This game is similar to the classic playing card game, War. You must compare two rational numbers (fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals) to determine which has the greater value. You will be playing in teams of two or if there are an odd number of students in the class, groups of three. The file is saved as a Word 1997-2004 .doc document.
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### Rational War Card Deck Three

by Zack Moore

Rational War is a game used to reinforce the how to compare two rational numbers. The rational numbers will include: fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals. This game is similar to the classic playing card game, War. You must compare two rational numbers (fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals) to determine which has the greater value. You will be playing in teams of two or if there are an odd number of students in the class, groups of three. The file is saved as a Word 1997-2004 .doc document.
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### Rational War Card Deck Four

by Zack Moore

Rational War is a game used to reinforce the how to compare two rational numbers. The rational numbers will include: fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals. This game is similar to the classic playing card game, War. You must compare two rational numbers (fractions, mixed fractions, improper fractions and decimals) to determine which has the greater value. You will be playing in teams of two or if there are an odd number of students in the class, groups of three. The file is saved as a Word 1997-2004 .doc document.
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