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4.NF.1
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by Joanna Fowler
| 10 Questions
Note from the author:
4.NF.1
1
1 pt
Each model shows a fraction. Choose all of the models that show fractions with the same value as 4/12.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

A
B
C
D
E
2
1 pt
Each option contains a fraction and a model. Choose all options in which the model is equivalent to the value of the fraction.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

A
B
C
D
E
3
1 pt
Which fraction matches the shaded part of the figure?

A 1/3
B 1/2
C 2/3
D 5/6
4
1 pt
Marcos cut a pie into 8 equal pieces. His family ate 6 pieces. What fraction of the pie is left?
A 1/2
B 1/4
C 1/6
D 1/8
5
1 pt
Helena is sharing a candy bar with her sister. The candy bar is divided into eight equal pieces. Helena received two-quarters of the entire candy bar. Which fraction represents the portion of the candy bar received by Helena?
A 1/4
B 2/8
C 1/2
D 2/2
6
1 pt
Frank drew and shaded a rectangle on this 10 by 10 grid.

He used 40 of the squares for the rectangle. Which fraction represents the portion of the grid used by the 40 squares?
A 2/3
B 2/5
C 3/5
D 5/8
7
1 pt
Suri has completed 3/5 of the book she is reading. Which fraction is equal to 3/5
A 9/25
B 6/15
C 18/30
D 13/15
8
1 pt
Which fraction is equal to (2x3) / (2x8)
A 6/8
B 10/16
C 5/10
D 3/8
9
1 pt
Carol is creating a fraction model. She shades 3 sections out of 7 sections as shown.
Which fraction is NOT equivalent to the fraction represented by the shaded sections in Carol's model?
A 6/14
B 9/21
C 15/35
D 13/17
10
1 pt
Emily made a cake. She divided it into 12 equal pieces. Emily and her 8 friends each ate 1 piece of the cake. How much cake did they eat?
A 3/4
B 1/3
C 1/4