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Name_______________________

1. Each Shape is divided into equal parts. Select the shapes that show thirds.
Mark all that apply.

2. What fraction names the shaded part of the shaded part of the shape?

A.
B.
C.
D.

8 sixths
8 eighths
6 eighths
2 sixths

3. What fraction names point A on the number line?


0
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
6
6

1
6

-----------A------------B----------C-----------D-----------E-----------F-
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Fraction: ___ ______


$

4. Are the shaded areas on each of these rectangles representing equal


fractions between them? If yes, what fraction are they both representing?
If no, explain why not.

Answer should include: Yes, they both represent

%
&

of the overall shape.

5. Jamal folded this piece of paper into equal parts. Circle the word that
makes the sentence true.

sixths
The paper is folded into

eighths
fourths

6. Lily Shaded this design.

Select one number from each column to show the fraction of the
design that Lily shaded.
Numerator

Denominator

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Fraction: ____ _______


$

7. Marcus baked a loaf of banana bread for a party. He cut the loaf into
equal size pieces. At the end of the party, there were 6 pieces left. Explain

how you can find the number of pieces in the whole loaf if Marcus told
you that

%
'

of the loaf was left. Use a drawing to show your work.

Answer should include: 6 pieces is


means that

&
'

%
'

of the whole loaf that was there. That

of the loaf was eaten and needs to be found. 6 can be

multiplied by 3 to learn that there were 18 pieces total.


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8. Angelo rode his bike around a bike trail that was

%
(

of a mile long. He rode

his bike around this trail 8 times. Angelo says he rode a total of

)
(

miles.

Teresa says he is wrong and that he can actually rode 2 miles. Who is
correct? Use words and drawings to explain how you know.
Answer should include: There are both correct because
(1 whole mile) so

)
(

(
(

equals 1 whole

would equal 2 wholes (2 whole miles).

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9. Tara ran 3 laps around her neighborhood for a total of 1mile yesterday.
Today she wants to run

&
'

of a mile. How many laps will she need to run

around her neighborhood?


0

1
3

1
3

1
3

------------I------------I-------------
#

'

'

'

Number of Laps: __2 laps___


10. Omar shaded a model to show the part of the lawn that he finished
mowing. What fraction names the shaded part? Explain how you know
how to write the fraction.

Answer should include: Omar mowed

+
)

because 5 out of the 8 pieces in

the lawn have been mowed and it is represented in the picture.


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