Worksheet: Equivalent Fractions Using Models

In this worksheet, we will practice finding equivalent fractions using models such as tape diagrams and area models.

Q1:

1 2 = 6 .

Q2:

Use the shown figure to complete the following: 12=6.

Q3:

2 3 = 9 .

Q4:

4 5 = 1 0 .

Q5:

1 2 = 8 .

Q6:

1 3 = 6 .

Q7:

Use the shown figure to complete the following: 12=4.

Q8:

Use the shown figure to complete the following: 23=9.

Q9:

Use the shown figure to complete the following: 23=6.

Q10:

Use the shown figure to complete the following: 13=9.

Q11:

What fraction is shaded?

  • A 1 3
  • B 1 4
  • C 1 5
  • D 1 2

Q12:

How many tenths are in 12?

Q13:

What fraction is shaded?

  • A 1 5
  • B 1 4
  • C 1 3
  • D 1 6

Q14:

Use the picture to find the number of tenths in one fifth: 15= tenths.

Q15:

How many quarters are in 12?

Q16:

How many sixths are in 13?

Q17:

How many ninths are in 13?

Q18:

How many sixth are in 12?

Q19:

What fraction is shaded?

  • A 1 6
  • B 1 5
  • C 1 4
  • D 1 3

Q20:

How many eighths are in 14?

Q21:

What fraction is shaded?

  • A2
  • B 1 2
  • C 1 4
  • D 1 3

Q22:

Find the fraction that represents the colored part.

  • A 1 2
  • B 1 4
  • C 1 3
  • D 1 5

Q23:

What fraction is shaded?

  • A2
  • B 1 4
  • C 1 2
  • D 1 3

Q24:

What fraction is shaded?

  • A 1 4
  • B 1 5
  • C 1 3
  • D 1 2

Q25:

How many eighths are there in 14? Use the figures to help you.

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