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1-90.

Write a whole number in the box for the fraction $\frac { \square } { 4 }$ that makes it:

1. Equal to $1$.

What divided by $4$ will equal $1$?

$\frac{4}{4}=1$

2. Greater than $1$.

Knowing the answer to part (a), which numerators (the number on the top of a fraction) will make the mixed number larger than $1$?

Any number greater than or equal to 5 will make the fraction greater than $1$.

3. Less than $1$.

$\text{Since we know that }\frac{4}{4}=1,$

which numbers could we use to make this fraction less than $1$? Think about when you divide a pizza or pie into four pieces. Does the whole get smaller when you take away parts or when you add parts?

4. Equal to $0$.

It may help to know that zero divided by any number is zero.

5. Greater than $100$.

Try imagining this question as a division problem: what divided by $4$ will be greater than $100$?

Any number greater than or equal to $401$ will make the fraction larger than $100$.