Unit 4: Divide Unit Fractions 1.1

by Denny Maciel

| 15 QuestionsNote from the author:

Dividing Fractions

1

1

2

1

3

1

Mr. Maciel grows corn to sell at Trader Jose's. All of the corn he will sell are in four crates.

5 pounds 8 pounds 6 pounds 7 pounds

Mr. Maciel wants to send an equal number of pounds of corn to the 4 stores. Which fractions shows how many pounds of corn each store will receive. Select 2 that apply.

26

4

1

Ms. Centurion grows oranges to sell at Trader Ana's. All of the oranges she will sell are in four crates.

3 pounds 7 pounds 5 pounds 6 pounds

Ms. Centurion wants to send an equal number of pounds of oranges to the 4 stores. Which fraction shows how many pounds of oranges each store will receive.

21

5

1

Which of the following is a true statement?

6

1

Which of the following is a true statement?

7

1

Which of the following division problems is equal to 66?

8

1

There is 1/2 lb of a box of cherries. If 4 people equally distribute the box, how much of the box will each person get?

9

1

There is 1/3 lb of a box of chocolates. If 2 people equally distribute the box, how much of the box will each person get?

10

1

Decide which of the equations and/or models below will solve the following problem correctly.

Select two that apply.

"Romina's mom is pouring 8 cans of apple juice into 1/2 can servings. How many total servings will Romina's mom pour?"

11

1

How much dulce leche will each person get if 5 people shared 1/3 of a can?

12

1

Six pies are split into slices that are each 1/3 of a cake large. Which of the following expressions represent the number of pieces of cake total? Select all that apply?

13

1

3 burritos are split into sections that are each 1/4 of a burrito large. Which of the following expressions represent the number of sections of a complete burrito? Select all that apply?

14

1

Which value of d will make the statement true?

8 x d is less than 8, but greater than 0

Select two that are correct

15

1

Which value of d will make the statement true?

6 x d is less than 6, but greater than 0

Select two that are correct

Add to my formatives list

Formative uses cookies to allow us to better understand how the site is used. By continuing to use this site, you consent to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.