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# Fractions: Simple Equivalent Fractions – MATH

Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions.

1. Which fraction is equivalent to ½?
2. Which fraction is equivalent to 3/6?
3. Which fraction is equivalent to 1/4?
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# Fractions: Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators – MATH

Add fractions with unlike denominators by replacing given fractions with equivalent fractions to produce an equivalent sum of fractions with like denominators.

1. Create like denominators, and then add.
2. Create like denominators, and then add.
3. Create like denominators, and then add.
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# Fractions: Subtracting Fractions – Unlike Denominators – MATH

#Subtract #fractions with #unlikedenominators (including #mixednumbers ) by replacing given fractions with #equivalentfractions in such a way as to produce an equivalent differe...

1. Find like denominators, and then subtract.
2. Find like denominators, and then subtract.
3. Find like denominators, and then subtract.
4. Sue had an 8-slice pizza and ate 6 slices. What fraction of the pizza does she have left?
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# Fractions: Multiplying Fractions – MATH

Numbers and Operations, Fractions for grade 5. Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction. Based on Common C...

1. Solve. (What is the answer in lowest terms?)
2. Solve. (What is the answer in lowest terms?)
3. Solve. (What is the answer in lowest terms?)
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# Convert between Decimals and Fractions – MATH

Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100. Based on CommonCore CC Standard 4.NF.C.6

1. True or False: The steps shown are a way to convert a decimal to a fraction.
2. To convert a fraction to a decimal:
3. Convert 0.70 to a fraction in simplest form.
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# Fractions: Multiplication of Fractions

Solve problems that involve finding products of whole numbers with fractions and fractions with fractions. Based on the #grade5 Common Core standard #5.NF.4.

1. To find the product of two numbers means to ________ them.
3. Which product is represented by the figure?
4. Which is NOT equivalent to...
5. Find the missing number.
6. What is the product of...
8. When two unequal improper fractions are multiplied, the result is always greater than 1.
9. Which expression has a value of 1?
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# Fractions: Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators

#Fractions #grade5 Solve #addition and #subtraction problems involving proper #fractions and mixed numbers with unlike #denominators. Based on Common Core standard #5.NF.1

3. What is the sum of...
4. What is the sum of...
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# Fractions: Division with Whole Numbers and Unit Fractions

#Fractions #grade5 Apply and extend previous understandings of #division to divide unit #fractions by whole numbers and whole numbers by unit fractions. Based on Common Core sta...

1. Dividing any number by 1/2 is the same as multiplying that number by 2.
4. Which division expression is best represented by the model?
5. There are three groups of 1/2 in six wholes.
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# Fractions: Percent Problems

#Fractions #grade6 Find a #percent of a #quantity as a rate per 100 and solve problems involving finding the whole given a part and the percent. Based on Common Core standard #6...

1. To change a decimal to a percent you_________.
2. What is 4/5 written as a percent?
3. 20 out of 100 points on a test were missed. What percent was earned?
4. In a class of 25 students, 13 are girls. What percent are girls?
5. If a player misses 8 out of 20 foul shots, what percent did he make?
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# Fractions: Ratios, Proportions, Solving Proportions

#Fractions #grade6 Use #ratio and #rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical problems. Based on Common Core standard #6.RP.3.

1. What is the ratio of apples to pieces of fruit?
2. Simplify the ratio 4:26.
3. A recipe calls for 1 cup of sugar to 4 cups of water. How many cups of sugar to 1 cup of water?
4. Which proportion is true?
5. 20% of a number is 60. What is the number?
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# Fractions: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions – Word Problems

#Fractions #grade5 Solve word problems involving #addition & #subtraction of fractions referring to the same whole, inc. cases of unlike #denominators. Use visual fraction model...

1. This model shows the addition of which two fractions?
2. A recipe uses 3/4 cup of flour and 1/3 cup of sugar. How much flour and sugar all together?
3. Tim paints 1/4 of a fence and Lee paints 3/8. What fraction of the fence is left unpainted?
4. Henry recorded the time he spent watching TV each day. How many hours did he spend in all?
5. Ty ran 1⋅1/4 miles. Robin ran 1⋅1/3 miles more than Ty. How many miles did Robin run?
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# Fractions: Multiplication of Fractions – Word Problems

#Fractions #grade5 Solve real word problems involving #multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers. Based on Common Core standard #5.NF.6.

1. Four apples each weigh 1/3 pound. What is their total weight in pounds?
2. Rachel bought 4⋅1/4 pounds of chicken for \$3 per pound. How much does she spend?
3. A bag of peanuts weighs 1⋅2/3 pounds. How much do 5 bags weigh?
4. It takes 3/4 cup of sugar to make 4 dozen cookies. How much sugar is used to make 24 dozen?
5. Mark grows vegetables on 2/3 of 7/8 acre of land. How much land do the vegetables cover?
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# Fractions: Division of Fractions – Word Problems

#Fractions #grade6 Interpret and compute #quotients of fractions, and solve #wordproblems involving #division of fractions by fractions. Based on Common Core standard #6.NS.1.

1. A stack of boards is 21″ high. Each board is 1¾″ thick. How can you find the number of boards?
2. There are 12 yards of fabric. Each pillow uses 2/3 yard. How many pillows can be made?
3. Nine identical cakes weigh a total of 20¼ pounds. How much does each cake weigh?
4. Twelve whole pizzas are eaten. Each person eats ¼ pizza. How many people eat pizza?
5. The area of a rectangle is 25/42 and its width is 5/6. What is the length?
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# Fractions: Mean with Fractions

#Fractions #grade6 Find #quantitative measures of center (#mean) and equivalent fractions. Find the mean of two or more fractions. Based on Common Core standard #6.SP.5c.

1. The mean of a data set is
2. What is the mean of the numbers shown?
3. What is the mean of the fractions shown?
4. The mean height is 5⋅7/8.
5. Which set of data has a mean that is not a whole number?
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# Fractions: Division of Fractions

#Fractions #grade6 Interpret and compute #quotients of fractions. Based on Common Core standard #6.NS.1.

1. Which expression is equivalent to what's shown?
2. Solve the below.
3. Which quotient is closest to 7?
4. Which expression is equivalent to what's shown below?
5. Which quotient is equal to 1 whole?
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