# Calculating non-unit fractions of quantities

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will identify fractions of quantities for non-unit fractions (where the numerator is more than one).

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of these fractions is equivalent to one third?
One sixth
Three sixths
Three twelfths
Q2.
Which fraction is equivalent to four sixths?
Four thirds
Four twelfths
Two twelfths
Q3.
True or False: nine twelfths is equivalent to three quarters.
False
Q4.
Which of these is equivalent to eight twelfths
Eight tenths
Four tenths
Three quarters
Q5.
Which of these is not equivalent to one quarter?
Four sixteenths
Three twelfths
Two eighths

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
What is one third of 18?
12
3
9
Q2.
What is two thirds of 18?
15
3
6
Q3.
What is five sixths of 18?
16
17
5
Q4.
What is three quarters of 24?
12
16