Year 6

Year 6

# Finding Equivalent Fractions

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will explore the relationship between the numerator and denominator (between and within fractions), find factors and reason about simplifying fractions.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Are these fractions equivalent?
No
Q2.
What is this fraction in its simplest form?
3/12
4/18
Q3.
Ronaldo simplifies the fraction 12/18 so that the denominator is 9. What is the numerator?
3
9
Q4.
What is the value of a?
1
8
Q5.
What is the value of b?
4
6

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
What is this fraction in its simplest form?
1/9
4/10
Q2.
What is the highest common factor of 18 and 24?
2
4
Q3.
How could you describe this fraction?
Correct answer: Non-unit fraction
Unit fraction
Q4.
What is the relationship between the numerator and denominator in this fraction?
The denominator 8 times the numerator
Correct answer: The denominator is 5 times the numerator
The numerator is 5 times the denominator
Q5.
What is the relationship between the numerator and denominator in this fraction?
The denominator is 2 times greater than the numerator
Correct answer: The denominator is 2.5 times greater than the numerator
There is no relationship