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Chapter 9 Math Test
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by Devyn Truitt
| 14 Questions
Note from the author:
Fractions
1
1 pt
Jeff, and Jeffrey are reading a book. Jeff has finished 1/4th of the book, Jeffrey and finished 3/4ths of the book. Who read more?
Jeff

Jeffrey

2
1 pt
Bob cut two apples that were the same size for lunch. He cut one into fourths and the other into sixths. Bob ate 3/4 of the first apple. His sister ate 5/6. Who ate more apple? Show your work, then write your answer with your finger and circle it.
3
1 pt
Select ALL of the equivalent fractions for 1/2
2/1
3/6
7/8
2/4
10/20
4
1 pt
Jenny lives 4/7 mile from school. Penny lives 8/7 mile from school. Who lives closer?
5
1 pt
3/8>5/8
True
False
6
1 pt
Gemma caught a fish that weighed 2/3 pount and Josh caught a fish that weighed 7/8 pound. Who's fish was heavier? Show your work, then write your final answer on the workspace with a circle around it.
7
1 pt
Grant took his puppy for a car ride. They drove around for 3/4 hour. What's an equivalent fraction for 3/4?
4/3
1/2
7/4
6/8
8
1 pt
Mrs. Hubbard decided to buy lunch for 15 kids. Each kid was allowed 1/3 of a sub. How many full subs did Mrs. Hubbard need to order? Show your work, then write your answer with a circle around it in your workspace.
9
1 pt
Select all of the fractions that are bigger than 2/3 (pick 3).
2/5
3/3
3/8
4/5
1/2
10
1 pt
Order these fractions from least to greatest
1. 7/8
2. 4/8
3. 6/8
4. 2/8
11
1 pt
• Less than 1
• Greater than 1
12
1 pt
1/5>2/5
True
False
13
1 pt
2/5>1/5
True
False
14
1 pt
2/3=1/3
True
False