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Welcome to a special fractions edition of the Weakest Link! There will be NO BANKING and NO PASSING! It’s all or nothing!
A chef uses one eighth of a kg bag of flour to thicken a sauce. How many grams are left in the bag?
A jacket costs £45. This price is reduced by one third in a sale. What is the sale price?
A sixth of the adults in a town did not vote. There are 21 000 adults. How many adults voted?
Seventy people take a driving test. A fifth of them fail. How many people pass?
A petrol tank holds 60 litres when full. It is a quarter full. How many litres of petrol are in the tank?
Four friends share a prize of £340 equally between them. How much do they get each?
A pair of shoes cost £65. This price is reduced by a half in a sale. What is the sale price?
There are 27 people on a maths course. Two thirds are men. How many are women?
5/6 of 300 people interviewed preferred lager to beer. How many people preferred lager?
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A jigsaw costs 65p. How many can you buy for £2? How much change do you get? Dad bought 3 tins of paint at £5.68 each. What was his change from £20? Diesel.
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Mathematical Treasure-hunt: Fractions Cut out each of the question slides and place them around the room, stick them on the walls if you wish. Print out.
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Splash Screen. Lesson Menu Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 8–1) Main Idea Example 1:Rename an Improper Fraction Example 2:Rename an Improper Fraction Example.
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