# Fractions and division

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### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will use pizza problems to explore the connection between fractions and division.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

Which pair of equivalent fractions are represented here?

One half and two quarters

One third and four twelfths

Two thirds and four sixths

Q2.

Which fraction is equivalent to two thirds?

Five sixths

One sixth

Two sixths

Q3.

Which fraction is equivalent to one fifth?

Two eighths

Two quarters

Two sixths

Q4.

Which of these is incorrect?

One fifth is equivalent to two tenths

One half is equivalent to two quarters

One quarter is equivalent to two eighths

Q5.

True or False: The numerator and denominator can be multiplied by the same number to find an equivalent fraction.

False

### 5 Questions

Q1.

If you share 1 cake between 4 people, how much does each person get?

One half

Three quarters

Two thirds

Q2.

How else could we write one third?

1 ÷ 4

2 ÷ 3

3 ÷ 3

Q3.

2 ÷ 3 is the same as....

One third

One whole

Three halves

Q4.

If you share 5 pizzas between 6 people equally, how much would each person get?

One and one sixth of a pizza

One half of a pizza

One pizza each

Q5.

Which of these division equations are equivalent to 4 ÷ 5

1 ÷ 2

3 ÷ 4

5 ÷ 4