Lesson Worksheet: Equivalent Fractions Using Division Mathematics • 4th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing the numerator and denominator of a proper fraction by the same number to find equivalent fractions.

Q1:

Complete the following: 1032=5.

Q2:

What fraction is equivalent to 12 and has a numerator of 8?

  • A816
  • B58
  • C812
  • D48

Q3:

Which of the following is equivalent to 810?

  • A58
  • B45
  • C410
  • D812

Q4:

What fraction equals 4599 and has a numerator between 4 and 8?

  • A1022
  • B511
  • C713
  • D45

Q5:

Fill in the blanks.

  • A9, 10
  • B72, 81
  • C90, 99
  • D10, 11

Q6:

Determine the fraction that is equal to 1418 and has a denominator of 9.

  • A79
  • B89
  • C29

Q7:

Which of the following is correct?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q8:

Find the fraction that has a numerator of 13 and equivalent to 2628.

  • A1314
  • B1328
  • C1315

Q9:

In the 2003 NBA season, Kirk Hinrich of the Chicago Bulls started 66 of the 76 games he played. Use division to express the number of games that he started as a fraction with a numerator of 33.

  • A76
  • B3833
  • C67
  • D1112
  • E3338

Q10:

True or False: To get an equivalent fraction to another fraction using division, we divide the numerator and the denominator by the same number.

  • AFalse
  • BTrue

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