Worksheet Test
Part 1 – Identifying

Identify whether the following fractions are equivalent or not:
 2/3 and 4/6
 5/8 and 20/32
 3/5 and 6/10
 1/2 and 3/6
 7/9 and 14/18

Determine which fraction is equivalent to the given fraction:
 3/4 is equivalent to what fraction?
 6/8 is equivalent to what fraction?
 9/12 is equivalent to what fraction?
 2/5 is equivalent to what fraction?
 10/15 is equivalent to what fraction?

Find the missing numerator or denominator to make the fractions equivalent:
 2/3 = ?/12
 5/7 = 20/?
 ?/10 = 6/12
 4/? = 8/12
 3/4 = ?/16
Part 2 – Simplifying Fractions

Simplify the following fractions to their lowest terms:
 12/15
 24/36
 7/14
 8/12
 16/20

Simplify the following fractions and write them in their mixed number form:
 10/3
 15/4
 7/2
 20/6
 17/5

Simplify the following fractions and convert them into decimal form:
 3/5
 2/7
 4/9
 5/8
 7/12
Part 3 – Comparing Fractions

Compare the following fractions using >, < or =:
 1/2 ___ 2/3
 5/8 ___ 3/4
 3/5 ___ 4/5
 7/9 ___ 8/10
 2/3 ___ 4/6

Order the following fractions from least to greatest:
 1/2, 3/4, 2/3, 5/6, 7/8
 2/5, 1/3, 3/4, 4/7, 5/8

Find the missing fraction that makes the inequality true:
 2/3 ___ 5/6
 3/4 ___ 7/8
 1/3 ___ 4/9
 4/7 ___ 8/14
 5/6 ___ 10/12
Part 4 – Word Problems
 A pizza is cut into 8 slices. If 3/4 of the pizza is eaten, how many slices were eaten?
 A recipe calls for 2/3 cup of flour to make 12 cookies. How much flour is needed to make 30 cookies?
 A school has 120 students. 3/5 of the students are girls. How many girls are in the school?
 A car travels 180 miles on 5 gallons of gas. How many miles can it travel on 8 gallons of gas if the gas mileage stays the same?
 A rectangular garden is 24 feet long and 12 feet wide. If the garden is enlarged to be 36 feet long, what should be the new width to keep the same ratio of length to width?
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