Comparing Fractions
Equivalent Fractions
Adding Fractions
Adding Mixed Numbers
Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
Subtracting Mixed Numbers
100

Which fraction is greater? 

A) 1/4 

B) 3/8

C) 3/9

D) 1/3


B) 3/8

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1/2 = ? /10


 5

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1/4 + 3/4 =


4/4 or 1 whole

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4 1/8 + 3 4/8 = 

7 5/8

100

14/3=


4 2/3

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6 4/8 - 2 1/8 = 


4 3/8

200

Which fraction is smaller?

A) 5/10 

B) 8/16

C) 8/10

D) 5/16

D) 5/16

200

3/4 = 12/?


 16

200

1/6 + 2/6 =


3/6

200

6 7/15 + 8 8/15= 


13

200

21/4=


5 1/4

200

8 6/7 - 4 5/7

4 1/7

300

Is 9/20 greater or less than 1/2?

A) greater than

B) less than

B) Less than

300

7/8 = 14/?


16

300

5/8 + 3/8 =


8/8 or 1 whole

300

15 3/9 + 6 2/9 =

21 5/9

300

38/5=


7 3/5

300

6 1/8 - 3 3/8 = 

2 6/8

400

Which fraction is greater?

A) 7/11

B) 11/7

C) 13/14

D) 7/1

D) 7/1

400

18/20 = 9/?

10

400

4/11 + 6/11 =


10/11

400

42 5/9 + 15 4/9 =


57 9/9 or 58

400

50/12=


4 1/6

400

10 2/5 - 6 3/5 = 

3 4/5

500

Which fraction is smaller?

A) 5/25

B) 6/15

C) 3/8

D) 8/50

D) 8/50

500

35/80 = ?/16


 7

500

Val's construction team was supposed to build a frame 7/10 meters long, but they ended up building the frame 2/10 too long. How long was the frame Val's team built?

9/10 meters long

500

Ruth needs 2 1/4 cups of flour for one cake. She needs 2 3/4 cups of flour for another cake. If she makes both cakes, how much flour will Ruth use all together? 

5 cups of flour

500

105/5=


21

500

Jessie needs a board 7 9/12 feet long. She has a board 9 1/12 feet long. How much of the length does Jessie need to cut from the board? 

1 4/12 feet

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