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Knowledge of recognizing, adding, subtracting, comparing, and ordering fractions, and more

1.
Fractions Assessment

Question I can...

1 Recognise and sketch diagrams to represent fractions.

2 Write a fraction in its simplest form.

3 Find fractions of an amount.

4 Convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions.

5 Multiply and divide with fractions and mixed numbers.

6 Add and subtract with fractions and mixed numbers.

7 Contextual fraction questions.

8 Convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.

9 Place fractions, decimals and percentages in order of size.

Note: For this paper, always leave your answer in its simplest form.

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Question I can...

1 Recognise and sketch diagrams to represent fractions.

2 Write a fraction in its simplest form.

3 Find fractions of an amount.

4 Convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions.

5 Multiply and divide with fractions and mixed numbers.

6 Add and subtract with fractions and mixed numbers.

7 Contextual fraction questions.

8 Convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.

9 Place fractions, decimals and percentages in order of size.

Note: For this paper, always leave your answer in its simplest form.

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Fractions Assessment

a. What fraction of the shape is shaded? Leave your answer in its simplest form.

(1)

b. Shade 3/5 of this shape:

(1)

25

a. Write 40 in its simplest form.

(1)

84

b. Write 108

in its simplest form.

(1)

a. Find 1/7 of £42.

(1)

b. Find 3/8 of £72.

(2)

c. Find 2/5 of £19.

(2)

27

a. Write 4 as a mixed number.

(1)

b. Write 54/9 as an improper fraction.

(1)

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a. What fraction of the shape is shaded? Leave your answer in its simplest form.

(1)

b. Shade 3/5 of this shape:

(1)

25

a. Write 40 in its simplest form.

(1)

84

b. Write 108

in its simplest form.

(1)

a. Find 1/7 of £42.

(1)

b. Find 3/8 of £72.

(2)

c. Find 2/5 of £19.

(2)

27

a. Write 4 as a mixed number.

(1)

b. Write 54/9 as an improper fraction.

(1)

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Fractions Assessment

a. Evaluate 4/9 ÷ 2/5

(2)

b. Evaluate 31/2 × 5/7

(2)

a. Evaluate 1/3 + 3/4

(3)

b. Evaluate 22/7 − 13/5

(3)

7. A pack of soil weighs 41/5 lbs. Each plant pot requires just 13/4 lbs of soil.

Calculate how many plant pots can be filled.

(4)

8. Complete the table:

Fractions Decimals Percentages

0.4

57%

3

20

2.9%

(4)

9. Write these numbers in order of size, starting with the smallest:

13

67%, 20 , 0.656

(2)

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a. Evaluate 4/9 ÷ 2/5

(2)

b. Evaluate 31/2 × 5/7

(2)

a. Evaluate 1/3 + 3/4

(3)

b. Evaluate 22/7 − 13/5

(3)

7. A pack of soil weighs 41/5 lbs. Each plant pot requires just 13/4 lbs of soil.

Calculate how many plant pots can be filled.

(4)

8. Complete the table:

Fractions Decimals Percentages

0.4

57%

3

20

2.9%

(4)

9. Write these numbers in order of size, starting with the smallest:

13

67%, 20 , 0.656

(2)

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