Fraction Pre-Test

by Kristen Letsinger

| 36 QuestionsNote from the author:

A pre-test over all fraction standards in the 4th-grade. Could be used for advanced 3rd-grade students or to assess gaps in learning for 5th-grade students.

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In the fraction 1/4, which number is the numerator?

2

1

In the fraction 1/4, which number is the denominator?

3

1

Draw a picture of 1/4 in the space below.

4

1

Draw a number line and place 1/4 in the correct position on that number line.

5

2

Select all the fractions that are equivalent to 3/4.

1/2

6/8

2/3

2/4

9/12

2/8

6

4

Select all the fractions that are NOT equivalent to 2/3.

1/2

6/8

2/6

4/6

8/12

9/12

7

1

Compare 1/2 and 1/3.

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8

1

Compare 5/8 and 3/4.

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9

1

Solve: 3/4 + 2/4

10

1

Solve: 1/8 + 3/8

11

1

Solve: 6/8 + 2/4

12

1

Solve: 5/8 - 3/8

13

1

Solve: 3/4 - 1/4

14

1

Solve: 7/8 - 1/2

15

1

Write 3 2/3 as an improper fraction.

16

1

Write 15/8 as a mixed number.

17

1

Solve: 3 1/8 + 4 3/8

18

1

Solve: 5 1/4 + 7 3/4

19

1

Solve: 6 3/12 + 2 8/12

20

1

Solve: 22 5/8 - 18 3/8

21

1

Solve: 6 9/12 - 4 6/12

22

1

Solve: 5 1/4 - 2 3/4

23

1

Solve: 6 x 3/4

24

1

Solve: 8 x 2/3

25

1

Solve: 9 x 1/12

26

1

6/10 = ?/100

27

1

30/100 = ?/10

28

1

Write 6/10 as a decimal.

29

1

Write 33/100 as a decimal.

30

1

Write 2/5 as a decimal.

31

1

Write 0.03 as a fraction.

32

1

Write 0.7 as a fraction.

33

1

Write 3.04 as a fraction.

34

1

Compare 0.03 and 0.30.

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35

1

Compare 0.73 and 0.37.

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36

1

Compare 0.60 and 0.6.

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