# Common Core: 3rd Grade Math : Compare Fractions with the Same Numerator: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.3d

## Example Questions

### Example Question #21 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded region; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has smaller shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a smaller shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #22 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded regions; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has bigger shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a larger shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #23 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded regions; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has bigger shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a larger shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #24 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded regions; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has smaller shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a smaller shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #25 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded regions; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has bigger shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a larger shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #26 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded regions; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has bigger shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a larger shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #21 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded regions; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has smaller shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a smaller shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #21 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded regions; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has bigger shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a larger shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #21 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________

Explanation:

If you look at the images, both circles have  shaded region; however, the circle that was divided into  parts has smaller shaded regions than the circle that was divided into  parts.

Using this information, you can see that the circle divided into  parts possesses a smaller shaded region; therefore,

### Example Question #23 : Compare Fractions With The Same Numerator: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3d

Fill in the blank with the correct symbol.

__________