# Worksheet: Fractions on a Number Line

In this worksheet, we will practice dividing a number line between 0 and 1 into equal parts and label each part with a fraction over the same denominator.

Q1:

What fraction is marked on the number line?

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Q2:

Mason is using a number line to understand fractions.

Which one should he use to show sixths?

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Pick the reason why he should use this number line.

• AIt has been divided into 6 equal parts.
• BIt has been divided into 6 unequal parts.
• CIt shows 6 lines between 0 and 1.

Q3:

This number line has been divided into 6 equal parts, so we know that the denominator will be 6.

How many sixths are shown by the highlighted part? (i.e., what will the numerator be?)

Q4:

What fraction is marked on the number line?

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Q5:

What fraction is marked on the number line?

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Q6:

What fraction is marked on the number line?

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Q7:

What fraction is marked on the number line?

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Q8:

What fraction is marked on the number line?

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Q9:

What fraction is marked on the number line?

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Q10:

What fraction belongs in the box?

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Q11:

Find the fraction that is marked on the number line.

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Q12:

Write the fraction that represents the point .

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Q13:

What fractions do these arrows represent?

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Q14:

What is the fraction represented by the following models?

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Q15:

Which point is at on the number line?

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