Name:    Lesson 3: Creating Equivalent Fractions

1.

Which two equivalent fractions represent yellow stars in the diagram? a. and b. and c. and d. and 2.

Which two equivalent fractions represent the red hearts in the diagram in question 1?
 a. and b. and c. and d. and 3.

Which two equivalent fractions represent the blue rectangles in the diagram? a. and b. and c. and d. and 4.

Which two equivalent fractions represent the yellow rectangles in the diagram in question 3?
 a. and b. and c. and d. and 5.

Which two equivalent fractions represent the green rectangles in the diagram in question 3?
 a. and b. and c. and d. and 6.

Which two equivalent fractions represent the red rectangle in the diagram in question 3?
 a. and b. and c. and d. and 7.

Which two fractions are equivalent to ?
 a. and b. and c. and d. and 8.

Which two fractions are equivalent to ?
 a. and b. and c. and d. and 9.

Colin made the following pattern of equivalent fractions. Which is the next fraction in his pattern?
 a. b. c. d. 10.

What is the next fraction in this pattern of equivalent fractions? a. b. c. d. 11.

The farmer collected 36 eggs. of those eggs are brown. How many eggs are brown?
 a. 18 b. 20 c. 24 d. 12

12.

Choose the correct answer for n. a. 4 b. 5 c. 6 d. 10