# Common Core: 3rd Grade Math : Understand Equivalence by Size or Point on a Number Line: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.3a

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Understand Equivalence By Size Or Point On A Number Line: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Nf.A.3a

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #61 : How To Identify Fractions

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #111 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #112 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #113 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #61 : How To Identify Fractions

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #1841 : Numbers And Operations

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #116 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #117 : Understanding Fractions As Numbers

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?

Explanation:

The two lines above are the same length. The top line is split into  pieces and the bottom line is split into  pieces.

and  are equivalent because they occupy the same position on the number line.

### Example Question #271 : How To Find The Part From The Whole

What fraction is equivalent to  on the number lines below?