Date: May 14, 2023

# Worksheet Test

## Part 1: Identifying Equivalent Fractions

1. Are the following pairs of fractions equivalent?

• 2/3 and 4/6
• 3/4 and 6/8
• 5/6 and 10/12
2. Determine whether or not the following fractions are equivalent to 1/2.

• 2/4
• 3/6
• 4/8
• 10/20
3. Which of the following fractions is equivalent to 3/5?

• 6/10
• 9/15
• 12/20
• 15/30
4. Determine which of the following fractions is equivalent to 2/3.

• 3/4
• 4/6
• 6/8
• 8/10

## Part 2:

1. Find a fraction equivalent to 2/5 that has a denominator of 20.
2. Find a fraction equivalent to 3/8 that has a denominator of 24.
3. Find a fraction equivalent to 4/7 that has a denominator of 14.
4. Find a fraction equivalent to 5/6 that has a denominator of 18.

## Part 3: Simplifying Fractions

1. Simplify the following fractions to their simplest form.

• 6/12
• 8/16
• 10/20
• 14/28
2. Simplify the following fractions to their simplest form and find an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 100.

• 3/5
• 4/7
• 5/8
• 7/11
3. Simplify the following fractions to their simplest form and find an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 24.

• 2/3
• 5/6
• 7/8
• 9/12
4. Simplify the following fractions to their simplest form and find an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 30.

• 1/2
• 2/3
• 3/4
• 4/5

## Part 4: Word Problems

1. A recipe calls for 1/3 cup of sugar. If you want to make half the recipe, how much sugar do you need?
2. A pizza has 12 slices. If you eat 2/3 of the pizza, how many slices did you eat?
3. A group of 8 friends wants to share a pizza equally. If the pizza has 10 slices, what fraction of the pizza does each friend get?
4. A rectangle has a length of 12 inches and a width of 8 inches. What is the ratio of the length to the width in simplest form?

## Part 5: Challenge Questions

1. Find three different fractions that are equivalent to 7/9.
2. Find three different fractions that are equivalent to 4/5.
3. Find three different fractions that are equivalent to 2/3.
4. Find three different fractions that are equivalent to 5/6.

Part Questions
Part 1 1-4
Part 2 1-4
Part 3 1-4
Part 4 1-4
Part 5 1-4