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'Fractions Jigsaw' printed from http://nrich.maths.org/
You will need to download and print out this
(or draw the pieces on squared paper), and cut up the
pieces into squares (don't cut along the diagonal lines!).
Now try to put the square pieces together without rotating any of
them (so that in the finished jigsaw all the numbers are the right
Two pieces may only go next to each other if the edges that touch
contain fractions that are equivalent.