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In this lesson, we will learn how to read and write fractions using a part (numerator) and a whole (denominator).

Q1:

Which figures have one-half shaded?

Q2:

What fraction is shaded?

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An orange is divided into 2 equal pieces. How much of the orange is each piece?

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What fraction represents the green section of the circle?

Q12:

Which figures have one-quarter shaded?

Q13:

John cuts a loaf into thirds. How many thirds are there?

Q14:

How many ninths are there in one whole?

Q15:

What fraction of this shape is shaded?

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Dalia made a cake for a party and cut it into 12 equal pieces.

What could the cake look like after 1 4 of it has been eaten?

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Find the fraction that represents the coloured part.

Q21:

How many halves are there in 1? Use the figures to help you.

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