Equivalent Fractions 1
Set 1 (10 Questions)
Students understand that fractions and decimals may be represented by drawings or concrete materials to show equivalency, and to refer to parts of a set and parts of a whole. Students recognize, name, and compare unit fractions from 1/12 to 1/2. Students recognize fractions of a whole and parts of the group, e.g: 1/4 of a pie, or 2/3 of a group of 15 balls. Students know that when all fractional parts are included, such as 4/4, the result is equal to the whole and to one. Students compare fractions represented by drawings or concrete materials.
From Mr. Anker Tests
Equivalent Fractions Help Slide 1
Equivalent Fractions Help Slide 2
Equivalent Fractions Help Slide 3
1. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/2? *
1 point
2. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/3? *
1 point
3. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/4? *
1 point
4. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 2/5? *
1 point
5. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/4? *
1 point
6. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/2? *
1 point
7. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/4? *
1 point
8. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 6/8? *
1 point
9. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/2? *
1 point
10. Which set of fraction pieces below is equal to 1/3? *
1 point