Identifying equivalent fractions

In this lesson you will compare one half and two quarters within the same whole.

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Q1.Daddy Bear’s ear is 15 cm wide. Baby Bear’s ear is 1/3 the width of Daddy Bear’s. What is the width of Baby Bear's ear?

1/3

Q2.Daddy Bear’s ear is 15 cm wide. Mummy Bear’s ear is 2/3 the width of Daddy Bear’s. What is the width of Mummy Bear's ear?

2/3

Q3.Daddy Bear’s tail is 14 cm long. Mummy Bear’s tail is 1/2 the length of Daddy Bear’s. What is the width of Mummy Bear's tail?

3/3

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Q1.Daddy Bear’s ear is 15 cm wide. Baby Bear’s ear is 1/3 the width of Daddy Bear’s. What is the width of Baby Bear's ear?

1/3

Q2.Daddy Bear’s ear is 15 cm wide. Mummy Bear’s ear is 2/3 the width of Daddy Bear’s. What is the width of Mummy Bear's ear?

2/3

Q3.Daddy Bear’s tail is 14 cm long. Mummy Bear’s tail is 1/2 the length of Daddy Bear’s. What is the width of Mummy Bear's tail?

3/3

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Identifying equivalent fractions

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Q1.There were 12 bananas in the fruit shop on Monday. One quarter of them were sold on Tuesday and one quarter of them were sold on Wednesday. How many bananas were sold altogether?

1/3

Q2.There were 12 bananas in the fruit shop on Monday. One quarter of them were sold on Tuesday and one quarter of them were sold on Wednesday. What fraction of bananas were sold altogether over the two days?

2/3

Q3.2/4 is equal to______.

3/3

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Identifying equivalent fractions

Please read the questions and select the appropriate answers.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Q1.There were 12 bananas in the fruit shop on Monday. One quarter of them were sold on Tuesday and one quarter of them were sold on Wednesday. How many bananas were sold altogether?

1/3

Q2.There were 12 bananas in the fruit shop on Monday. One quarter of them were sold on Tuesday and one quarter of them were sold on Wednesday. What fraction of bananas were sold altogether over the two days?

2/3

Q3.2/4 is equal to______.

3/3

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