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Fractions

Equivalent fraction, simplifying, and comparing

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Solve for x. 5/15 = 15/x 5/15 = 15/45 x=45
Find value of x. x/12 = 9/36 3/12 = 9/36 x=3
Find an equivalent fraction for 12/40. Answers can vary. Ex. 6/20 = 3/10 = 24/80
Compare. 3/8 and 4/6 9/24 < 16/24 3/8 < 4/6
Compare. 4/5 and 7/8 32/40 < 35/40 4/5 < 7/8
Which fraction is greater? 9/12 or 3/4 The fractions are equal. 9/12 = 9/12 9/12 = 3/4
Which fraction is the least? 5/7 or 2/3 2/3 is the least. 15/21 > 14/21 5/7 > 2/3
Lisa ate 1/3 of a pizza and Katie ate 1/6 of the same pizza. Who ate more pizza? The numerators are the same, so the smaller denominator tells me the largest fraction. 1/3 is greater than 1/6. Lisa ate more pizza.
Leo ate 1/2 of a chocolate bar and Miranda ate 3/8 of a chocolate bar. Who ate more chocolate? Leo ate more chocolate. 4/8 > 3/8 1/2 > 3/8
Mrs. Long was making cookies. She used 1/4 cup of sugar and 2/3 cup of butter. Which ingredient did she use more of? Mrs. Long used more butter. 3/12 < 8/12 1/4 < 2/3
A craft store has spools of ribbon. In the morning, a customer buys 2/7 yard of ribbon and in the afternoon, another customer buys 7/10 yard of ribbon. Did the customer in the morning or afternoon buy more ribbon? The customer in the afternoon bought more ribbon. 20/70 < 49/70 2/7 < 7/10
Cheryl and Dennis made a pumpkin pie. Cheryl ate 4/8 of the pie and Dennis ate 1/4 of the pie. Who ate the most pie? Cheryl ate the most pie. 4/8 > 2/8 4/8 > 1/4
Simplify the fraction. 32/40 GCF: 8 32/40 = 4/5
Simplify. 12/15 GCF: 3 12/15 = 4/5
Reduce the fraction to simplest terms. 9/10 No common factors. Simplest terms is 9/10.
Reduce the fraction to simplest terms. 12/20 GCF: 4 12/20 = 3/5
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