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Instructions: Solve each problem and write your answer in the space provided. Simplify your answers, if possible.

Multiplying Fractions

  1. Find the product of 2/3 and 4/5.
  2. What is the result of multiplying 5/6 and 3/4?
  3. If 1/2 of a pie is 3/8, what is the whole pie?
  4. Multiply 3/4 by 2/3 and simplify the result.
  5. A recipe calls for 3/4 cup of flour and 2/3 cup of milk. How much flour and milk are needed for a recipe that serves 6 people?

Dividing Fractions

  1. Divide 2/3 by 4/5 and simplify the result.
  2. If 3/4 of a pizza is 9/12, what is the value of 1/4 of the pizza?
  3. What is the quotient of 5/6 divided by 3/4?
  4. A recipe calls for 2/3 cup of sugar for 4 servings. How much sugar is needed for each serving?
  5. A rectangular pool has an area of 5/8 square meters. If the length of the pool is 2/3 meters, what is the width of the pool?

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

  1. A bag of candy has 3/4 pound of chocolate and 1/2 pound of gummies. What is the total weight of the bag of candy?
  2. A recipe calls for 3/4 cup of peanut butter and serves 8 people. How much peanut butter is needed for each person?
  3. A pizza has 1/3 of the slices with pepperoni and 2/3 of the slices with cheese. What fraction of the slices have pepperoni?
  4. A cake recipe calls for 3/4 cup of sugar and 1/2 cup of butter. If you want to double the recipe, how much sugar and butter do you need?
  5. A group of friends shared 3/4 of a pizza equally. If each person received 1/6 of the pizza, how many people were in the group?

Challenge Problems

  1. What is the value of (2/3) * (3/4) * (4/5)?
  2. Divide 3/4 by (2/3) * (2/5) and simplify the result.
  3. A recipe calls for 1/4 cup of oil for 3 servings. How much oil is needed for a recipe that serves 6 people?
  4. The perimeter of a rectangle is 3 3/4 meters and the length is 5/8 of the width. What are the dimensions of the rectangle?
  5. A group of students shared 2/3 of a pizza equally. If there were 12 students in the group, how many slices did each student receive?

Note: Remember to simplify your answers whenever possible.