Common Core: 4th Grade Math : Explain Equivalent Fractions with Fraction Models: CCSS.Math.Content.4.NF.A.1

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Example Questions

Example Question #25 : Simplifying Fractions

Fill in the blank with the missing fraction. 

 

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

In this problem we are making equivalent fractions. In order to make equivalent fractions you have to multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number. 

Example Question #131 : Fractions

Fill in the blank with the missing fraction. 

 

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

In this problem we are making equivalent fractions. In order to make equivalent fractions you have to multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number. 

Example Question #11 : Explain Equivalent Fractions With Fraction Models: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nf.A.1

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

1 3

 

Possible Answers:

1 2

3 6

2 6

Correct answer:

2 6

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

1 3

2 6

Also, notice that  was doubled to get  

Example Question #21 : How To Make Fractions Equivalent

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

1 5

Possible Answers:

2 10

1 2

2 4

Correct answer:

2 10

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

1 5

 

2 10

Also, notice that  was doubled to get  

Example Question #11 : Explain Equivalent Fractions With Fraction Models: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nf.A.1

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

2 5

Possible Answers:

2 3

4 10

1 6

Correct answer:

4 10

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

2 5

4 10

Also, notice that  was doubled to get 

Example Question #11 : Number & Operations: €”Fractions

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

1 2

Possible Answers:

1 5

1 3

6 12

Correct answer:

6 12

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

1 2

6 12

Also, notice that  was multiplied by  to get  

Example Question #12 : Explain Equivalent Fractions With Fraction Models: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nf.A.1

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

1 2

Possible Answers:

1 3

2 10

5 10

Correct answer:

5 10

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

1 2

5 10

Also, notice that  was multiplied by  to get  

Example Question #12 : Explain Equivalent Fractions With Fraction Models: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nf.A.1

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

1 2

Possible Answers:

2 12

1 6

4 8

Correct answer:

4 8

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

1 2

 

4 8

Also, notice that  was quadrupled to get to 

Example Question #13 : Explain Equivalent Fractions With Fraction Models: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nf.A.1

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

1 2

Possible Answers:

3 6

2 5

8 12

Correct answer:

3 6

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

1 2

3 6

 

Also, notice that  was tripled to get to 

Example Question #13 : Explain Equivalent Fractions With Fraction Models: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nf.A.1

Select the fraction that is equivalent to 

1 2

Possible Answers:


1 3

2 4


2 10

Correct answer:

2 4

Explanation:

 

Notice that when we line up our fraction models, which are the exact same size, the same portion of the rectangle is filled in. 

1 2

2 4

Also, notice that  was doubled to get to 

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