Worksheet: Comparing Fractions Using Models

In this worksheet, we will practice using models, such as tape diagrams and number lines, to compare fractions that have different denominators and numerators.

Q1:

True or False: 28 is greater than 12.

  • AFalse
  • BTrue

Q2:

Natalie and Noah ordered pizzas of the same size. Natalie sliced her pizza into 8 pieces and ate 3. Noah sliced his pizza into 4 pieces and ate 1. Who ate more?

  • ANatalie ate more than Noah.
  • BNoah ate more than Natalie.
  • CThey ate equal quantities.

Q3:

Pick the missing symbol to compare the fractions.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q4:

Pick the correct symbol to compare the fractions.

Use the number lines to help you.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q5:

Fill in the blank: 14 is 28.

  • Agreater than
  • Bequal to
  • Cless than

Q6:

Pick the correct symbol to compare the fractions.

Use the number lines to help you.

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q7:

Pick the missing symbol to compare the fractions.

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q8:

Pick the missing symbol to compare the fractions.

  • A<
  • B>
  • C=

Q9:

A mother is baking a cake. She used the ingredients shown.

List the fractions of the ingredients from least to greatest.

  • A12, 23, 34
  • B12, 34, 23
  • C34, 23, 12
  • D34, 12, 23

Q10:

Pick the missing symbol to compare the following fractions.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q11:

Pick the missing symbol to compare these fractions.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

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