Divide fractions game

This divide fractions game will really help you sharpen your basic mathematics skills. You have 60 seconds to see how many exercises you can get correctly in 60 seconds.

                                                                


Time left:


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                                               Easy Moderate Difficult



       You got:    points


You should use any means necessary to get the answer, such as mental math, paper and pencils.

However, I strongly recommend that you do not use a calculator!

How to play:

Do not simplify the fractions.Otherwise, it will be marked as wrong!

For instance, 3/4 ÷ 2/6 = (3/4)×(6/2) = (3 × 6)/(4 × 2) = 18/8

Just enter 18/8 although 18/8 can be simplified as 9/4. Do not forget the "/" (slash)



Here is my guideline to verify how well you are doing:

Easy and 1-4 points in 60 seconds: Very well, keep up!

Easy and 4-8 points in 60 seconds: good!

Easy and more than 8 points in 60 seconds: Expert!



Moderate and 1-2 points in 60 seconds: Very well, keep up!

Moderate and 2-4 points in 60 seconds : Good!

Moderate and more than 4 points in 60 seconds: Expert!



Difficult and 1-2 points in 60 seconds: Very well, keep up!

Difficult and 2-3 points in 60 seconds : Good!

Difficult and more than 3 points in 60 seconds: Expert!


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