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1 5.5.1 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Write the fraction for the shaded part. 2. Write the equivalent fraction. 3. Circle the number equal to 1. A) 9 B) 7 C) 4 D) Write a mixed number and an improper fraction for the picture below. mixed number improper fraction
2 Which pairs of fractions are equivalent. Explain how you know they are equivalent. A. 8/12 and 2/3 B. 3/4 and 6/8 C. 1/4 and 4/12 D. 12/24 and 3/6 Explain. 6. Solve. 2/3 + 3/8 = 7. Solve. Simplify your answer = = 8. Terry made a pizza. He put only olives on 1/2 of the pizza and only green peppers on 1/4 of the pizza. The rest of the pizza was plain. What fraction of Terry s pizza had toppings? Show your work.
3 5.5.2 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Label the parts of a fraction using denominator and numerator. Explain what each part represents Name the smallest equivalent fraction for 2/3. 2/3 = 3. What is another way to represent 3? A) 6 B) 3 C) 3 D) Explain. 4. Write a fraction for the shaded parts. 5. Find the least common denominator (LCD) for the two fractions. Show your work. 4 and LCD =
4 What is the sum of these fractions? 3/10 and 4/10 7. Solve. Show your work. Give your answer in simplest terms Matt and Ryan hiked to earn a scout badge. They hiked 1 5/8 miles to the lake in the morning and returned in the afternoon. How many miles did they hike in all? Write an equation and solve.
5 5.5.3 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. What fraction of the pizza has been eaten? Write your answer in simplest form. 2. Which is not an equivalent fraction for 2/3? A) 4/6 B) 6/9 C) 3/3 D) 8/12 3. Circle the number equal to 8. A) 36 B) 12 C) 72 D) Explain your answer. 4. Write two fractions to represent the number of eggs in the carton. and
6 Find the least common denominator for the two fractions below. Show your work. 1 and LCD = 6. Find the sum of 4 3 and 3 2. Write your answer in simplest form. Show your work. 7. Find the difference. Show your work. 3/4 1/2 = 8. The watermelon you grew in your garden weighs 4 3/8 pounds. You took it to a picnic and 3 1/4 pounds were eaten. How much did the watermelon weigh after the picnic? Show your work.
7 5.5.4 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Divide this 48 inch line segment into 6 equal parts. Circle each part. What fraction of the line is one part? Three parts? 2. Which in not an equivalent fraction of 1/3? A) 3/9 B) 4/12 C) 5/15 D) 6/16 3. Label A and B. A B 0 ¼ 1 4. Write the mixed number and the improper fraction represented by the shaded parts. Mixed number Improper fraction 5. Find the least common denominator for the two fractions below. 4 and LCD =
8 Find the sum of Write your answer in lowest terms. 7. A fraction can be thought of as a/an problem. A) addition B) subtraction C) multiplication D) division. 8. Mrs. Whitney bought material to make ornaments. She bought yards of red yards of white and 3 yards of green. She will need 6 yards for the ornaments. How much will be left over? Show your work.
9 5.5.5 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Mrs. Foy s class has 24 students. 1/4 of the students are wearing sandals. How many students are wearing sandals? Show your work. 2. Explain how these fractions can be equivalent. 4 and 5 2 and Label A, B, and C. A B C Write the improper fraction and mixed number for the shaded parts. Improper fraction Mixed number
10 What is the least common multiple of the fractions? 2 and LCM = 6. Solve. Show your work. 5 6 _ Find the difference. Simplify. Show your work What portion of this figure is shaded?
11 5.5.6 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Mr. John s class has 24 students. 1/8 of the students received A s on the math test. How many students received A s? Show your work. 2. Which fraction is equivalent to 1/2? A) 2/3 B 3/6 C) 2/6 D) 4/6 3. Write the values of A, B, & C on the number line. A B C 2 2 1/7 2 3/ Write a mixed number and improper fraction for the ice cream cones displayed. Mixed number Improper fraction 5. Which fraction is equal to 1? A) 7/7 B) 1/7 C) 7/1 D) 1/14
12 Find the sum. Show your work Sum 7. Which fraction shows the simplest form for 3/12? A) 1/4 B) 1/3 C) 1/2 D) 2/12 8. Use mental math. Solve. What patterns do you see? A) 12 6 = = = B) 56 7 = = =
13 5.5.7 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Write two different fractions to describe the number of eggs missing from the carton? and 2. Which fraction is not equivalent to 3/8? A) 12/32 B) 6/24 C) 6/16 D) 4/12 3. Write >, <, or = inside the circle for each pair of fractions. 1/8 1/3, 4/7 4/5 4. Write a mixed number and improper fraction to represent the shaded part of these figures? and Mixed number Improper fraction
14 Write the following mixed numbers as fractions. 1 2/3 = and 2 1/2 = 6. What is 2/3 of 27? 7. Find the sum or difference. Simplify / /8 = Use mental math. Solve. What patterns do you see? 54 6 = = 5,400 6 = 54,000 6 =
15 5.5.8 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Write a mixed number and equivalent fraction for the shaded parts. Mixed number Equivalent fraction 2. Write equivalent fractions for each. 2/5 = 6 7/8 =, 5 = 30 4 = Write >, <, or = for each pair of fractions. 1/4 1/8 1/2 5/8 4. If one large box represents a whole then what number represents the shaded part of these figures?
16 Find the LCD for the two fractions 9 2 and 6 1. Show your work. LCD = 6. Solve. Write your answer in lowest terms Write the following mixed numbers as improper fractions. 1 1/2 = 2 3/4 = 8. Circle the divisor in each problem p = 6 6
17 5.5.8
18 5.5.9 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Write a mixed number and improper fraction for the shaded parts. Mixed number Improper fraction 2. Complete. Write equivalent fractions. 3,, 4 3. Order the fractions from least to greatest. 1/4 1/3 1/6,, 4. Change the mixed number 7 2/3 to an improper fraction? 5. Find the LCD for the fractions. Show your work 2 4 and 3 5 LCD =
19 Solve. Write your answer in simplest form Wendy rode her bike on 3 different days. She rode 5 2 of a mile the first day, 1 4 of a mile the second day, and of a mile the last day. How far did she 2 5 ride? Show your work. Write your answer in simplest terms. 8. Circle the divisor in each problem r =
20 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. A. A line segment that is 40 inches long is divided into 5 equal parts, how long is each segment? Circle each segment. B. What fraction of the line is one part. 2. Which of the following fractions is equivalent to 4/5? A) 10/15 B) 12/15 C) 14/15 D) 16/15 3. Compare using <, >, or = Which mixed number is equal to 7/4? A) 1 4/7 B) 1 3/4 C) 1 2/4 D) 1 7/4 5. Find the LCD for the fractions 5/7 and 1/3. Show your work. 5 1 and 7 3 LCD =
21 Solve. Write the answer in lowest terms. 4/5 2/5 = A) 2/0 B) 2/5 C) 1/5 D) 2/10 7. For a recipe Lynn needs 3 1 cup of sugar, 4 3 cup of flour and twice as much milk as sugar. How much milk does she need? A) 1/6 cups B) 2/6 cups C) 1/3 cups D) 2/3 cups 8. Order the fractions from least to greatest. 3/4 5/12 1/2,,
22 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. Write 2 more equivalent fractions for each. 2/3, 4/6,,, 3/5, 6/10,, 3/7, 6/14,,, 3/8, 6/16,, 2. Use the rectangle to show that: 2/8 = 1/4 3. Write >, <, or = in the circles. 2/3 6/9 1/2 3/8 4. Write a mixed number for 23/7. 5. Find the LCD for the fractions below. 7 4 = = 12 6 LCD =
23 Solve. Show your work A piece of chalk is inches long. A pencil is inches long. How much longer is the pencil than the chalk? Show your work. 8. Fran wanted to put a border of wallpaper all the way around a room. The length of the room was feet. The width was feet. How many rolls of wallpaper will she need if each roll is 8 ft. long? Show your work. Rolls of wallpaper needed:
24 Name Grade 5: Fractions 1. A line segment 48 inches long is divided into 8 equal segments. How long is each segment? Show your work. 2. Use the circle to show that: 4/8 = 1/2 3. Write the fractions in order from least to greatest. 1/2, 1/3, 1/4,, 4. Which mixed number is equivalent to 9/4? A. 2 1/4 B. 2 4/9 C. 3 1/4 D. 3 4/9 5. Find the LCD for the fractions 1/8 and 7/12. Show your work. LCD =
25 Solve. Show your answer in lowest terms? The pizza was cut in 12 slices. Sam ate 3 slices. Jared ate 4 slices. Pat ate all but two of the remaining pieces. What fraction did each boy eat? What fraction is left? Show your work. A. Sam ate pizza B. Jared ate pizza C. Pat ate pizza D. Pizza left 8. Carrie decided to make a double batch of brownies. The recipe called for cups of flour. She has 5 cups of flour. Is this enough? Explain.
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