Fractions 2
Set 2 (20 Questions)
Students understand that fractions and decimals may refer to parts of a set and parts of a whole.
Recognize, name, and compare unit fractions from 1/12 to 1/2.
Recognize fractions of a whole and parts of a group (e.g., one-fourth of a pie, two thirds of 15 balls).
From Mr. Anker Tests 1. How much is shaded? *
1 point 2. How much is shaded? *
1 point 3. How much is shaded? *
1 point 4. How much is shaded? *
1 point 5. How much is shaded? *
1 point 6. How much is shaded? *
1 point 7. How much is shaded? *
1 point 8. How much is shaded? *
1 point 9. How much is shaded? *
1 point 10. How much is shaded? *
1 point 11. How much is shaded? *
1 point 12. How much is shaded? *
1 point 13. How much is shaded? *
1 point 14. What fraction of the triangles are shaded brown? *
1 point 15. What fraction of the triangles are shaded brown? *
1 point 16. What fraction of the triangles are shaded brown? *
1 point 17. What fraction of the triangles are shaded brown? *
1 point 18. What fraction of the triangles are shaded brown? *
1 point 19. What fraction of the cacti are shaded green? *
1 point 20. What fraction of the pencils are yellow? *
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