Modelling fractions by division (Part 2)

Modelling fractions by division (Part 2)

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will develop our models for dividing fractions to look for patterns and solve more difficult problems.

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5 Questions

Q1.
Calculate:
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Two sevenths
Correct answer: Eight sevenths
Six twenty-eighths
Q2.
Calculate:
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Correct answer: Five thirds
Four thirds
Twenty thirds
Q3.
Calculate:
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Correct answer: Fifteen eighths
Six twentieths
Two fifths
Q4.
Calculate:
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Correct answer: 40
5
8
Q5.
Calculate:
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Nine
Correct answer: Twelve
One twelth

5 Questions

Q1.
1
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12
4
Correct answer: 6
8
Q2.
2
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Correct answer: 30 (Thirty)
5 (Five)
6 (Six)
6/5 (Six fifths)
Q3.
3
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Correct answer: Twenty
Forty
Sixteen fifths
Four fifths
Q4.
4
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Three
One Third
One Half
Correct answer: Two
Q5.
5
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Correct answer: Seven halves
Seven quarters
Seven
Seven eights

Lesson appears in

UnitMaths / Manipulating and calculating with fractions