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I.

MATH CONCEPTS

A. Direction: Read each statement carefully. Underline the word that makes the
statement wrong. Supply a word that will make it true.

_______________ 1. Dissimilar fractions are fractions with the different


numerators.
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_______________ 2. , , are examples of Similar Fractions.
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_______________ 3. Numerator is a number showing one or more equal parts of a
whole.

_______________ 4. When comparing Dissimilar fractions with the same


numerator, the bigger the denominator gives the bigger part.

_______________ 5. Proper Fraction is a fraction whose numerator is more than


the denominator.

_______________ 6. For Unit Fractions, the bigger the numerator, the bigger the
part you get.

B. Direction: Write the letter of the correct answer on the blank.

_____ 1) The basic unit of measure we use to measure liquid medicine

a. m

b. ml

c. L

_____ 2) How many days are there in a year?

a) 265

b) 45

c) 365

_____ 3) It is equal to 24 months.

a) 1 year b) 2 years c) 3 years

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_____ 4) Unit of measure to measure distance.

a. kilometer

b. centimetre

c. kilobyte

_____ 5) How many minutes are there in 2 hours?

a) 120 minutes

b) 60 minutes

c) 180 minutes

_____ 6) These are dissimilar fractions

2 5 4
a) , ,
8 8 8
5 5 5
b) , ,
9 7 6
1 3 2
c) , ,
4 4 4
_____ 7) These are fractions arranged in descending order.
5 7 4
a) , ,
5 7 4
5 4 3
b) , ,
9 7 6
1 1 1
c) , ,
4 3 2
_____ 8) It is a fraction equal to three-thirds
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a) b) c)
4 9 10
_____ 9) It is a fraction less than three-eighths.

a) one-eighths b) seven-eighths c) five eighths

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_____ 10) We use this symbol to compare and .
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a) < b) = c) >

_____ 11) Half past ten is also read as

a) 10:25 b) 9:30 c) 10:30

_____ 12) It is the clock that shows 5:15.

a) b) c)

_____ 13) It is the clock that shows 3 hours before 7:00.

a) b) c)

_____ 14) What time is it?

a) 4:50

b) 3:50

c) 5:50

_____ 15) What time is it?

a) 7:30 b) 6:30 c) 8:30

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II. ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF FRACTIONS

A. Direction: Solve for the sum and difference of the following fractions.

1 1 2
1) + + =
3 3 3
4 3
2) + =
8 4
2 3 5 6
3) + + - =
9 9 9 9
2 4 2
4) + + =
10 10 10
2 1
5) + =
8 8
5 2
6) - =
6 6
10 6
7) - =
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3 2 2
8)
5
- + =
5 5
8 1 2
9) - - =
12 12 12
5 3 2 5
10) - + + =
7 7 7 7

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B. Direction: Write the correct symbol > , < , or = in the box to compare the
following fractions.

1) six-sixths five-fifths
1 2
2)
3 3
1 1
3)
7 4
2 2
4)
15 10
2 4
5)
6 6
6) two-halves eight-eights

C. Direction: Arrange the following fractions as indicated. Write your answer on the blank.

1) Ascending Order
2 2 2 2
-
5 13 8 10
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2) Descending Order
9 7 10 3
10 10 10 10
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3) Greatest to Least
1 1 1 1
4 2 5 3
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4) Least to greatest
2 2 2 2
7 5 3 9
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III. WORD PROBLEMS

A. Direction: Solve the following problems. Use the space provided for your
solution and label your answer properly.

1) Atchi Lizzie and Sky sold lemonade during the Christmas break. They sold 12
liters on the first day, 8 liters on the 2nd day, and 22 liters on their third and last day. How
many liters of lemonade was sold in all?

2) My brother’s class starts at 8 in the morning. If his class lasted for 4 hours,
what time was my brother’s class dismissed?

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3) Janna ate of the Mango cake. Her sister Jackie ate of the cake. What
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fraction of the cake is left?