Equal parts of a whole

In this lesson, you will look at fractions by exploring equal parts of a whole and express fractions greater than one as a mixed number and as a single fraction

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Worksheet

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Quiz:

Equal parts of a whole

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Question 5

Q1.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does A show?

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Q2.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does B show?

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Q3.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does C show?

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Q4.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does D show?

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Q5.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does E show?

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Quiz:

Equal parts of a whole

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Question 5

Q1.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does A show?

1/5

Q2.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does B show?

2/5

Q3.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does C show?

3/5

Q4.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does D show?

4/5

Q5.The hexagon drawn below represents 1. What fraction does E show?

5/5

Lesson summary: Equal parts of a whole

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