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Division with Fractions & Whole

Numbers Quiz Review

VAN SICLEN COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
CLASS 602/603/604/605
NOVEMBER 10, 2014

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Homework Review (605)

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Lesson Overview
We have learned how to divide fractions by whole
Question Types:
1
numbers (for example 2), whole numbers divided Multiple Choice
2
1
by fractions (for example 2 ) and fractions divided
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by fractions (for example ).
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Bonus Question
We have practiced how to do all of these using
visual models. Wednesdays quiz will be on:
Fractions divided by whole number
Whole numbers divided by fractions
Fractions divided by fractions (common
denominators)
You will be required to draw a model for some
questions.

Example Question #1
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Mr. E has of a cheese sandwich for lunch. He wants to split it equally with Mr. Campbell. What
3
fraction of the sandwich will Mr. E and Mr. Campbell get? Show your work. You may draw a
model.

Example Question #2
1

Mr. E wants to find out how many cups of orange juice are in 3 cups of orange juice. Which
3
number sentence below will tell him? Show your work.
1
3

3
3

1
3

3
1

1
3

1
2

3
1

x
x

Example Question #3
4
8

How many are in

12
8

4
8

3
8

Example Question #4
2

Ms. Mcfarland is baking vanilla cookies. She gave 10 of them to Mr. Devlin. If this represents of
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the number of cookies she baked, how many cookies did Ms. Mcfarland bake altogether? Show
80
5

40
15

Example Question #5
Michelle says: I think that if we are dividing fractions by fractions with the same denominator,
then we can just divide the numerators. Is she correct? Give an example to show your work.

Example Question #6
1

Mr. E has 5 cups of cookie batter. It takes cup of cookie batter to make 1 cookie. How many
4
20

1
20

5
40

Example Question #7
1

Mr. Campbell asked Mr. E, How much cake will each student get if 5 students share lb. cake
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equally? Which number sentence does Mr. Campbell need to solve?
1
3

6
5

1
3

1
3

5
1
3

x5

Example Question #8

7
4

3
4

2
2

1
3

1
4

1
3

Example Question #9
3

A mathematician wants to rewrite the division problem as multiplication. Which of the

5 3
number sentences below is correct?
3
5

3
1

3
5

1
3

3
5

3
1

1
3

5
3

x
x

9
3

11
3

1
2

1
2

1
9

2
9

Bonus Question #1 & 2

What operation does the fraction bar signify? Explain and give an example.
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Mr. E wants the class to solve the question how many are in ? Write a division number
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2
sentence for this question.