Lesson Worksheet: Equivalent Fractions Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice finding equivalent fractions using multiplication and finding a missing unknown that makes two given fractions equivalent.

Q1:

47=.

  • A342
  • B2442
  • C1142
  • D442

Q2:

2=16.

Q3:

1=2.

Q4:

Fill in the blank: To make the following fractions equal, you should multiply both the numerator and the denominator by .

Q5:

Which of the following groups of fractions is equivalent to 25?

  • A69, 1013, 1417, 1821
  • B410, 820, 1236, 1640
  • C615, 1025, 1435, 1845
  • D36, 47, 58, 69

Q6:

Complete the following: 815=40=30.

  • A75,16
  • B30,40
  • C5,2
  • D8,15
  • E47,23

Q7:

What fraction of the circle is shaded?

  • A1924
  • B1824
  • C1825
  • D1925

Q8:

Suppose you multiply the numerator and denominator of the fraction 12 by 2.

What fraction do we get after this multiplication?

  • A26
  • B14
  • C24
  • D1
  • E16

Does this mean that the new fraction is equivalent to 12?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Q9:

Fill in the blanks: 810=16=30.

  • A21, 25
  • B29, 15
  • C20, 24
  • D19, 23

Q10:

True or False: 35 is equivalent to 915.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

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