EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS WORKSHEET

1. Write 4 fractions which are equivalent to 5/6. 

2. Write 3 fractions which are equivalent to 3/7. 

3. Pick out the fractions which are equivalent :

4. Find the missing numbers :

5. Find the missing numbers :

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Answers

1. Answer :

The four fractions which are equivalent to 5/6 are

2. Answer :

The four fractions which are equivalent to 3/7 are

3. Answer :

The fractions 2/5 and 16/40 are equivalent.

´╗┐Because

The fractions 12/16, 3/4 and 9/12 are equivalent.

Because

and

The fractions 1/3 and 5/15 are equivalent.

Because

4. Answer :

The numerator of the first two fractions are 5 and 35. And 5 will become 35, when we multiply by 7. 

So, we have to multiply the denominator of the first fraction 9 by 7 in order to get the denominator of the second fraction. 

Hence, the denominator of the second fraction is 63.

The denominator of the first and third fraction are 9 and 72. And 9 will become 72, when we multiply by 8. 

So, we have to multiply the numerator of the first fraction 5 by 8 in order to get the numerator of the third fraction. 

Hence, the numerator of the third fraction is 40.

5. Answer :

The numerator of the first two fractions are 3 and 21. And 3 will become 21, when we multiply by 7. 

So, we have to multiply the denominator of the first fraction 5 by 7 in order to get the denominator of the second fraction. 

Hence, the denominator of the second fraction is 35.

The denominator of the first and third fraction are 5 and 20. And 5 will become 20, when we multiply by 4. 

So, we have to multiply the numerator of the first fraction 3 by 4 in order to get the numerator of the third fraction. 

Hence, the numerator of the third fraction is 12.

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