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

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Click the red..dot to go on. 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!

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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.

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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.

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

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Click the answer. #2 5/12 reduce 15/27 5/8 4/7 4/6 None of dthese 5/9 5/11 4/9 4/8

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Click the answer. #3 3/5 2/7 3/6 None of dthese 4/7 4/5 1/5 1/8 1/6 reduce 7/35

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Click the answer. #4 3/4 None of these 5/8 4/7 Click the answer. reduce 12/27 5/9 4/9 4/8 3/9

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

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13/3 Click the answer. 5 1/3 = ? #6 None of dthese 17/3 13/5 9/5 14/5 15/516/3 8/9 16/8

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5/6 = ? twelfths * * * Click the answer. * * * 11 10 39 5 8 6 4 None of dthese #7

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#8 7/9 = ? thirty sixths 15 14 18 16 24 28 12 None of dthese

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#9 Click the answer. 3/8 = ? twenty fourths 5 93 6 4 8 10 None of..these

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

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#11 Click the answer. 3/4 = ? twentieths 28 30 40 20 14 13 25 15 None of..these

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Which fraction here is the only one that is already reduced? Click the answer. #12 9/21 12/15 10/18 6/15 5/15 6/12 5/18 4/14 6/10 11/33 None of these

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#13 Click your answer. Which fraction here is the only one that is already reduced? 3/18 6/22 6/10 5/40 3/16 4/16 3/24 4/14 None of.. these

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#14 14 18 6 8 12 10 16 22 None of..these If you were adding 3/4, 5/6 and 2/3 what would the lowest common denominator be?

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

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N E W Q U E S T I O N !! If the lowest common denominator for an example was 20, what number below could not have been one of the fractions? three fifths two thirds three fourths one fourth one half seven tenths one fifth six tenths three tenths #16

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N E W Q U E S T I O N !! * How many “fifths” would the whole number “six” equal? Careful! eighteen nine twenty five thirty forty twenty thirty six ten fifteen #17

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N E W Q U E S T I O N !! What is the smallest number below? one half one third one fourth one seventh one sixth one fifth one eighth one ninth one tenth #18

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N E W Q U E S T I O N !! Which example below is not changed correctly? 3 3/5 = 18/5 1 2/3 = 5/3 2 3/7 = 17/7 6 1/3 = 19/3 3 1/3 = 11/3 5 1/2 = 11/2 4 2/5 = 22/5 7 1/7 = 50/7 8 2/5 = 42/5 #19

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

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W A T C H O U T !! If you had 20 tens and 4 fives and you took ½ of that, what would you have? one hundred …..sixteen one hundred …..twenty one hundred... five one hundred.… eight one hundred... thirty one hundred...thirty four one hundred.. four one hundred ten one hundred …thirty two #21

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There are 42 word problems to solve. On Monday Antoin solved 13 problems. On Tuesday he solved 6 problems and on Wednesday he solved 15 problems. Which fraction represents the portion of word problems Antoin solved on Tuesday? A) 1/15 C) 1/7 B) 7/15 D) 3/7 #22 Read Carefully! F) 6/7E) 8/15

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A) 3/5 and 9/15 D) 4/7 and 8/14 B) 7/8 and 21/32 E) 2/12 and 1/6 C) 4/8 and 5/10 F) 2/3 and 6/9 #23 Which set of fractions below is not equivalent? Almost Done!!

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#24 What does one half of one half of one half equal? 1 1/2 2 1/2 3 1/21/8 1/4 1/2 3/4 2 1/8 1 1/4 L A S T Q U E S T I O N !

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