Fractions & Division

Divide Numbers by Unit Fractions

Mixed Number Division

Word Problems

Name that Word

100

How many 1/3s are in 12?

36

100

2 ÷ 1/8

16

100

1/2 ÷ 5

1/10

100

A relay race is 1/2 mile long and is run by 6 people. If each team member runs the same distance, how far does each team member run?

1/12 of a mile

100

The name of the number on the top of a fraction.

numerator

200

4 ÷ 1/2

8

200

15 ÷ 1/5

75

200

1/3 ÷ 5

1/15

200

Cindy says that 1/4 ÷ 12 = 3. Is she correct? Explain your answer.

No, the correct answer is 1/48.
*Check student explanations.

200

the result of addition

sum

300

Tell what fraction each friend gets when they share equally.
6 soccer players share 5 oranges.

5/6 of an orange

300

3/8 divided by 1/6

2 1/4

300

3/4 divided by 1 1/2

1/2

300

Molly can run 1 mile in 1/5 hour. How far can she run in 2 hours?

10 miles

300

The name of the number on the bottom of a fraction.

denominator

400

I have this kind of number if my numerator is bigger than my denominator.

improper fraction

400

The sum of 2 and 3/4 + 1 and 1/4.

4

400

8 divided by 2 3/4

2 10/11

400

Steven has 1/3 of a package of biscuit mix left. He will use equal parts of the leftover mix to make three batches of biscuits. What fraction of the original package will he use for each batch?

1/9 of the original package

400

The name of the answer on a division problem.

quotient

500

2 ÷ 1/3

6

500

The simplified fraction of 12/36.

1/3

500

24 divided by 2 2/3

9

500

The area of a kitchen floor is 12 square feet. Mark will be placing 1/3 square foot tiles on the entire floor. How many tiles will Mark use?

36 tiles

500

The name of the two numbers being added together.

Addend

600

Choose all expressions that equal 1/3.
a.) 2 ÷ 6
b.) 1 ÷ 3
c.) 3 ÷ 1
d.) 1/3 ÷ 1

choices a, b, & d

600

Draw a model to show the quotient for 3 ÷ 1/10.

30 is the quotient; check student models

600

2 5/8 divided by 3 1/2

3/4

600

Jamie cut a rope into thirds. He used two of the pieces to make a swing. He used equal lengths of the leftover rope on four picture frames. What fraction of the original rope did he use for each picture frame?

1/12 of the original rope

600

The name of the number that is multiplied by another number.

multiplier