Compare Fractions Greater Than One

Compare Fractions Greater Than One

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will be exploring improper fractions and mixed numbers, including converting between the two.

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5 Questions

Q1.
Insert the correct symbol to make this number sentence correct.
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Correct answer: <
=
>
Q2.
Insert the correct symbol to make this number sentence correct.
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Correct answer: <
=
>
Q3.
Which is the second smallest fraction?
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1/2
Correct answer: 2/3
3/4
5/6
Q4.
Zakia ate 2/9 of the birthday cake, Yasser ate 1/5 of the cake. Who ate more?
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Yasser
Correct answer: Zakia
Q5.
Which of the following fractions is nearest to 7/10?
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11/20
2/5
Correct answer: 3/4

5 Questions

Q1.
Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number.
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a
b
Correct answer: c
Q2.
Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.
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Correct answer: a
b
c
Q3.
Insert < > or = to make the number sentence correct.
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<
=
Correct answer: >
Q4.
Insert < > or = to make the number sentence correct.
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Correct answer: <
=
>
Q5.
Which fraction is the second smallest?
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Correct answer: a
b
c
d

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UnitMaths / Fractions