Fractions test 


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Name _____________________                                        Date:_____________________

Solve the following problems


1. Which fraction is bigger than 2/3

A. 2/5     B. 4/7      C. 2/4      D. 3/4      ____________

2. Tell if the fraction on the left is less or greater than the fraction on the right. Use < or >

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3. Word problem: John and Maria bought a medium pizza that has 8 slices. If John ate 2/4 slices and Maria ate 3/8, who ate more pizza?

4. Express the following fractions in simplest form:

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     Answers: ________             _________           ________         ________


5. Rename the following mixed numbers as improper fractions:

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     Answers: ________             _________           ________         ________


6.Rename these improper fractions as mixed numbers:

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      Answers: ________             _________           ________         ________


7. Word problem: John has 50 ping pong balls that he bought in sets of 6. How many sets of balls does John have?( Hint: express answer as a mixed number)

8. Add the following fractions:

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9. Add the following mixed numbers:

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10.Subtract the following fractions or mixed numbers:

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11. Word problem: Peter and Eric bought a large pizza that has 12 slices.John and Eric ate all the pizza.If John ate 4/6 slices, how much did Eric eat? Who ate more pizza?

12. Multiply or divide the following fractions

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13. How many halves are there in two-fifths?

14. What is half of one-fourth?



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