# Unit Quiz: Fraction equivalents

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## Q1.Which diagram shows one quarter shaded? 1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D

1. B

## Q2.Which fraction statement is true? 1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D

1. B

## Q3.David writes many equivalent fractions down as shown. What mistake has David made? ### Options:

1. He has not made a mistake.
2. He should be adding one to the denominator each time.
3. He has not multiplied the numerators correctly.

1. He has not multiplied the numerators correctly.

## Q4.What is the missing number for this pair of equivalent fractions? 1. 4
2. 16
3. 20
4. 24

1. 20

## Q5.Which fraction is greater? 1. A
2. B

1. B

## Q6.Which statement is true? 1. A
2. B
3. C

1. B

## Q7.Sam and Katie walk different routes to school as shown in the diagram. Who walks the greater distance? 1. Sam
2. Katie

1. Sam

## Q8.Use <, > or = to make the statement correct. 1. <
2. >
3. =

1. <

## Q9.Put these fractions in order of size starting with the smallest. 1. A,B,C,D
2. A,C,B,D
3. B,A,C,D
4. B,D,C,A

1. B,D,C,A

## Q10.Put these fractions in order of size starting with the smallest. 1. A,B,C,D
2. D,A,B,C
3. B,A,C,D
4. B,D,C,A

1. D,A,B,C

## Q11.Which fraction shows two quarters simplified fully? 1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D

1. B

## Q12.Which fraction has been simplified correctly and fully? 1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D

1. B

## Q13.James wants to simplify the shown fraction fully. What advice would you give him? ### Options:

1. Just divide the numerator by 5.
2. Just divide the numerator and denominator by 3.
3. Divide the numerator and denominator by the greatest common factor of 15 and 45.
4. The fraction is already fully simplified.