# The four-three-four model: Drawing on partitioning, equivalence, and unit-forming in a quotient sub-construct fraction task

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Mitchell, Annie. (2012). The four-three-four model: Drawing on partitioning, equivalence, and unit-forming in a quotient sub-construct fraction task. In J Dindyal, L P Cheng and S F Ng (Ed.).

*Mathematics education: Expanding horizons. Proceedings of the 35th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia.*Australia: Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. pp. 513 - 520

Authors | Mitchell, Annie |
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Year | 2012 |

Publisher | Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia |

Page range | 513 - 520 |

Research Group | School of Education |

Place of publication | Australia |

Editors | J Dindyal, L P Cheng and S F Ng |

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