# Fractions Powerpoint Fun Quiz! Welcome to this Free Preview.

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Fractions Powerpoint Fun Quiz! Welcome to this Free Preview.
This program is designed for use by individuals or small groups reinforcing their skills with fractions. It STARTS ALL OVER AGAIN if they get even one answer wrong! Challenging for all levels! To begin your preview click the red dot below:

Click the red dot …..to begin.
Preview Fractions Fun Quiz Click the red dot …..to begin.

If this is your first time, click ..the red dot.
If this is not ..your first time, click the blue dot.

Watch out !! This is not easy. Click the red dot to see why.

YES!! All over again from the beginning!
What makes this so challenging is that if you get even one answer wrong, the program will start all over again! YES!! All over again from the beginning! Click the red ..dot to go on.

REMEMBER !! Each time you get an answer wrong you will have to start the program all over again!!! Click the red dot …..to go on.

Objectives covered in this program.
Reducing fractions Equivalent fractions Mixed and improper fractions Lowest common denominators PLUS… a few “brain teasers” Click the red dot …..to go on.

Click the red dot for example #1
You’re all set. Good luck. Have fun. Click the red dot for example #1

Oh no! You have to ..start all over again!
Click the red dot .to start over again. Click the blue dot to stop the program.

#1 Click the answer. 3/6 2/5 2/8 3/5 reduce 16/24 3/7 4/9 3/8 4/5 2/3

reduce 18/30 4/6 4/8 3/8 3/5 3/6 3/7 6/9 4/9 Click the answer.
#5 None of dthese 4/6 4/8 3/8 reduce 18/30 3/5 3/7 3/6 6/9 4/9 Click the answer. Click the answer.

* * * Click the answer. * * *
#7 6 8 10 4 11 5 5/6 = ? twelfths None of dthese 3 9 * * * Click the answer. * * *

3 4/9 There are many more examples in the full program.
Your students will be challenged as they reinforce their knowledge of fractions while having fun. The link for the full program is at the end. Click the fraction to continue: 3 4/9

Which fraction below is equivalent to five eighths?
#10 Which fraction below is equivalent to five eighths? 15/18 14/16 15/28 15/24 25/32 20/24 None of these 25/28

#15 HOW ABOUT THIS ONE? If you were adding 2/7, 3/4 and 1/2, what would the lowest common denominator be? thirty two twenty eighteen sixteen twenty two fourteen forty two thirty twenty eight

#20 N E W Q U E S T I O N !! What fraction would represent the number of circles below that are NOT made of solid lines? two thirds two fourths two fifths five thirds one third three fifths