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Grade 3 Math Unit 11 Part 1 Performance Assessment
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by Catherine Cassias
| 10 Questions
Note from the author:
Equivalent Fractions
1
1 pt
What fractional value does the shaded portion represent?

2/6
4/6
6/8
2
1 pt
What fractional value does the non-shaded portion represent?

1/4
1 3/4
1/4
1/2
3
1 pt
What fractional value does the black bar represent?

2/8
1/4
6/8
8/8=1
4
1 pt
Name the fraction represented by the shaded part of each mode

4/6 and 2/4
4/9 and 1/2
1/2 and 1/2
4/8 and 3/4
5
1 pt
Determine if the fractions represented by the shaded parts of each model in the pair are equivalent. You need to fill in the number lines and then write yes or no to show if they are equivalent or not.

6
1 pt
Determine if the fractions represented by the shaded parts of each model in the pair are equivalent. You MUST write the fraction next to each model to show your work and receive full credit.

7
1 pt
The fractions represented by the model below are equal because the numerator is half of the denominator.

True
False
8
1 pt
What fraction would make this equal to 1 whole?

2/2
5/6
5/5
6/6
9
1 pt
The numerator of a fraction is the bottom number of the fraction which is the part.
True
False
10
1 pt
The denominator of the fraction is bottom number which is the whole.
True
False