# Fractions and units of measure

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will look at fractions as a unit of measure and explore problems involving quantities.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does A show?
1/3
1/4
1/6
Q2.
The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does B show?
2/2
2/4
2/6
Q3.
The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does C show?
2 and 1/6
2/2
2/6
Q4.
The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does D show?
13/6
2 and 1/6
4/3
Q5.
The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does E show?
20/6
4/2
8/2

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
A full container holds 1L, how much does 'A' hold?
1/2 L
1/2 mL
1/3 mL
Q2.
A full container holds 1L, how much does 'B' hold?
1 and 2/3 L
Correct answer: 1 and 3/5 L
8/10 L
Q3.
A full container holds 1L, how much does 'C' hold?
1 and 1/4 L
1 and 2/4 L
2 and 1/4 L
2 and 3/4 L
Q4.
A football pitch has an area of 2 acres (an acre is a unit of land). It has been divided into four sections. What is the area of A?
1/2 an arce
1/4 an acre
Q5.
A football pitch has an area of 2 acres (an acre is a unit of land). It has been divided into four sections. What is the area of B?
1 acre
1/3 an acre
1/4 an acre
Q6.
A football pitch has an area of 2 acres (an acre is a unit of land). It has been divided into four sections. What is the area of C?
1/2 an arce
1/3 an acre