# Equivalent fractions

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will use different representations to identify equivalent fractions.

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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
If the orange rod is 1, the white rod is...
nine tenths
ten tenths
Q2.
If the orange rod is 1, the brown rod is...
ten tenths
two tenths
Q3.
If the brown rod is 1, the white rod is...
eight eighths
seven eighths
Q4.
If the brown rod is 1, the yellow rod is...
eight five eighths
three eighths
Q5.
If the black rod is 1, the white rod is...
seven sevenths
six sevenths
Q6.
If the black rod is 1, the red rod is...
five sevenths
seven sevenths

## Exit quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
Which fraction of the counters is ringed?
one
one third
Q2.
What fraction of the counters is not ringed?
three
three thirds
Q3.
What fraction of the square is shaded green?
eight
three quarters
Q4.
What fraction of the square is shaded green?
eight
three quarters
Q5.
What fraction of the circle is green?
one eighth