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# skill problem preview +-subjecttopicK1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8thNegativeAdditionSubtractionMultiplicationDivisionAdditionAlgebraAnglesArea & PerimeterBalancing EquationsBar GraphsBox PlotsCapacityConverting FormsCountingDecimalsDivisionDrillsFact FamiliesFactorsFractionsGridsLinesLine GraphsLine PlotsMean,Median,Mode,RangeMeasurementMoneyMultiplicationMultistep ProblemsNegative NumbersOrder of OperationsPatterns & Function MachinesPercentPictographsPie GraphsProbabilityPropertiesRatiosRoundingShapesStatisticsSubtractionTallyTemperatureTimeValue & Place ValueVariablesWeightVenn DiagramsVolumeAdd - SubDetermining ValueComparing Negative NumbersNegative Number Location on Numberline Negative Numbers Greater and LessFinding OppositesUnderstanding Absolute ValueComparing with Absolute ValuesOrdering Positive and Negative Integers (Multiple choice)Adding & SubtractingStandard Form With NumberlineStandard FormAdding & Subtracting to ZeroAdding and Subtracting Rational NumbersShowing Distance with a NumberlineFind Positive and Negative Sums on a NumberlineMultiplying & DividingStandard FormDividing Negative FractionsMultiplication and Division Missing ValueAbsolute ValueExamining Absolute Value
(-65) + 66 =      1      
problem:
(-65) + 66 =      1      
answer: 1
(-5) + (-4) =      -9     
problem:
(-5) + (-4) =      -9     
answer: -9
(-494) + (-233) =     -727    
problem:
(-494) + (-233) =     -727    
answer: -727
169 - (-949) =    1,118    
problem:
169 - (-949) =    1,118    
answer: 1,118
18 - (-23) =      41     
problem:
18 - (-23) =      41     
answer: 41
+-subjecttopicK1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8thNegativeAdditionSubtractionMultiplicationDivisionAdditionAlgebraAnglesArea & PerimeterBalancing EquationsBar GraphsBox PlotsCapacityConverting FormsCountingDecimalsDivisionDrillsFact FamiliesFactorsFractionsGridsLinesLine GraphsLine PlotsMean,Median,Mode,RangeMeasurementMoneyMultiplicationMultistep ProblemsNegative NumbersOrder of OperationsPatterns & Function MachinesPercentPictographsPie GraphsProbabilityPropertiesRatiosRoundingShapesStatisticsSubtractionTallyTemperatureTimeValue & Place ValueVariablesWeightVenn DiagramsVolumeAdd - SubDetermining ValueComparing Negative NumbersNegative Number Location on Numberline Negative Numbers Greater and LessFinding OppositesUnderstanding Absolute ValueComparing with Absolute ValuesOrdering Positive and Negative Integers (Multiple choice)Adding & SubtractingStandard Form With NumberlineStandard FormAdding & Subtracting to ZeroAdding and Subtracting Rational NumbersShowing Distance with a NumberlineFind Positive and Negative Sums on a NumberlineMultiplying & DividingStandard FormDividing Negative FractionsMultiplication and Division Missing ValueAbsolute ValueExamining Absolute Value
(-72) - 20 =     -92     
problem:
(-72) - 20 =     -92     
answer: -92
379 - (-808) =    1,187    
problem:
379 - (-808) =    1,187    
answer: 1,187
46 - (-92) =     138     
problem:
46 - (-92) =     138     
answer: 138
(-37) - 85 =     -122    
problem:
(-37) - 85 =     -122    
answer: -122
(-95) + 86 =      -9     
problem:
(-95) + 86 =      -9     
answer: -9
+-subjecttopicK1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8thNegativeAdditionSubtractionMultiplicationDivisionAdditionAlgebraAnglesArea & PerimeterBalancing EquationsBar GraphsBox PlotsCapacityConverting FormsCountingDecimalsDivisionDrillsFact FamiliesFactorsFractionsGridsLinesLine GraphsLine PlotsMean,Median,Mode,RangeMeasurementMoneyMultiplicationMultistep ProblemsNegative NumbersOrder of OperationsPatterns & Function MachinesPercentPictographsPie GraphsProbabilityPropertiesRatiosRoundingShapesStatisticsSubtractionTallyTemperatureTimeValue & Place ValueVariablesWeightVenn DiagramsVolumeMult - DivDetermining ValueComparing Negative NumbersNegative Number Location on Numberline Negative Numbers Greater and LessFinding OppositesUnderstanding Absolute ValueComparing with Absolute ValuesOrdering Positive and Negative Integers (Multiple choice)Adding & SubtractingStandard Form With NumberlineStandard FormAdding & Subtracting to ZeroAdding and Subtracting Rational NumbersShowing Distance with a NumberlineFind Positive and Negative Sums on a NumberlineMultiplying & DividingStandard FormDividing Negative FractionsMultiplication and Division Missing ValueAbsolute ValueExamining Absolute Value
6 Γ— (-8) =     -48     
problem:
6 Γ— (-8) =     -48     
answer: -48
4 Γ— (-1) =      -4     
problem:
4 Γ— (-1) =      -4     
answer: -4
(36) Γ· (-4) =      -9     
problem:
(36) Γ· (-4) =      -9     
answer: -9
(-32) Γ· 4 =      -8     
problem:
(-32) Γ· 4 =      -8     
answer: -8
-54 Γ· (-6) =      9      
problem:
-54 Γ· (-6) =      9      
answer: 9
+-subjecttopicK1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8thNegativeAdditionSubtractionMultiplicationDivisionAdditionAlgebraAnglesArea & PerimeterBalancing EquationsBar GraphsBox PlotsCapacityConverting FormsCountingDecimalsDivisionDrillsFact FamiliesFactorsFractionsGridsLinesLine GraphsLine PlotsMean,Median,Mode,RangeMeasurementMoneyMultiplicationMultistep ProblemsNegative NumbersOrder of OperationsPatterns & Function MachinesPercentPictographsPie GraphsProbabilityPropertiesRatiosRoundingShapesStatisticsSubtractionTallyTemperatureTimeValue & Place ValueVariablesWeightVenn DiagramsVolumeMult - DivDetermining ValueComparing Negative NumbersNegative Number Location on Numberline Negative Numbers Greater and LessFinding OppositesUnderstanding Absolute ValueComparing with Absolute ValuesOrdering Positive and Negative Integers (Multiple choice)Adding & SubtractingStandard Form With NumberlineStandard FormAdding & Subtracting to ZeroAdding and Subtracting Rational NumbersShowing Distance with a NumberlineFind Positive and Negative Sums on a NumberlineMultiplying & DividingStandard FormDividing Negative FractionsMultiplication and Division Missing ValueAbsolute ValueExamining Absolute Value
-15 Γ· (-5) =      3      
problem:
-15 Γ· (-5) =      3      
answer: 3
(-3) Γ— (-6) =      18     
problem:
(-3) Γ— (-6) =      18     
answer: 18
-28 Γ· (-7) =      4      
problem:
-28 Γ· (-7) =      4      
answer: 4
(-6) Γ· 2 =      -3     
problem:
(-6) Γ· 2 =      -3     
answer: -3
-40 Γ· (-8) =      5      
problem:
-40 Γ· (-8) =      5      
answer: 5
+-subjecttopicK1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8thFractionsAdditionSubtractionMultiplicationDivisionAdditionAlgebraAnglesArea & PerimeterBalancing EquationsBar GraphsBox PlotsCapacityConverting FormsCountingDecimalsDivisionDrillsFact FamiliesFactorsFractionsGridsLinesLine GraphsLine PlotsMean,Median,Mode,RangeMeasurementMoneyMultiplicationMultistep ProblemsNegative NumbersOrder of OperationsPatterns & Function MachinesPercentPictographsPie GraphsProbabilityPropertiesRatiosRoundingShapesStatisticsSubtractionTallyTemperatureTimeValue & Place ValueVariablesWeightVenn DiagramsVolumeMultiplying FractionsIntroduction to FractionsNaming FractionsNaming Fractions
Options
4 denominator as quarter
4 denominator as fourth
Writing FractionsIdentifying FractionsPartitioning ShapesIdentifying Partitioned ShapesFraction = 0, Β½ or 1. Examining Fraction ValueComparing Fractions Relative SizeFraction of Whole VisualFinding ReciprocalsAdding to 1 wholeExpressing Fractions Numerically
Denominators
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Expressing Fractions as Words
Denominators
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Fraction Location on a NumberlineFinding Fractions on Number LineDetermining Fraction Value on a Number LinePartitioning and Labeling Numberline FractionsIdentifying Fraction Location Positive and NegativeIdentifying Fraction Location on a Number LineIdentifying Improper Fraction Location on a Number LineAdding & Subtracting FractionsAdding Mixed Fractions (Visual)Subtracting Mixed Fractions (Visual)Mixed Fractions (Same Denominator)
Question TypeQuestion Format
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Answer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed & Mixed2 1⁄2 + 6 3⁄4 =
Mixed & Improper2 1⁄2 + 27⁄4 =
Regular & Regular1⁄2 + 3⁄4 =
Improper & Mixed5⁄2 + 2 3⁄4 =
Improper & Improper5⁄2 + 7⁄4 =
Improper Fraction7⁄2
Mixed Number Fraction3 1⁄2
Reduce9⁄12 = 3⁄4
Improper Fractions (Same Denominator)
Question TypeQuestion Format
((Hover for Example))
Answer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed & Mixed2 1⁄2 + 6 3⁄4 =
Mixed & Improper2 1⁄2 + 27⁄4 =
Regular & Regular1⁄2 + 3⁄4 =
Improper & Mixed5⁄2 + 2 3⁄4 =
Improper & Improper5⁄2 + 7⁄4 =
Improper Fraction7⁄2
Mixed Number Fraction3 1⁄2
Reduce9⁄12 = 3⁄4
Subtracting Fractions (with regrouping)Word Problems Same Denominator
Question TypeAnswer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
Yes
No
Adding 10ths and 100thsAdding Parts of a WholeAdding Fractions Visual (combining)Adding Fractions Numeric & VisualAdding and Subtracting Fractions Visually (Different Denominators)
Problem TypeDenominators (select 2)
Addition
Subtraction
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Different Denominator
Question TypeQuestion Format
((Hover for Example))
Answer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed & Mixed2 1⁄2 + 6 3⁄4 =
Mixed & Improper2 1⁄2 + 27⁄4 =
Regular & Regular1⁄2 + 3⁄4 =
Improper & Mixed5⁄2 + 2 3⁄4 =
Improper & Improper5⁄2 + 7⁄4 =
Improper Fraction7⁄2
Mixed Number Fraction3 1⁄2
Reduce9⁄12 = 3⁄4
Word Problems Different Denom
Question TypeAnswer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
Yes
No
Combining AmountsAdding & Subtracting Fractions (Same Denominator)
Answer AsReduce
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
No
Yes
Adding & Subtracting Fractions (Different Denominator)
Answer AsReduce
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
No
Yes
Adding Unit Fractions
Fraction Answer
Less than Denominator
Greater than Denominator
Multiplying & Dividing FractionsMultiplying Unit Fractions with NumberlinesMultiplying Fractions & Whole NumbersMultiplying Unit Fractions by Whole NumbersMultiplying Fractions by whole numbers (Visual)Multiplying Fractions by Whole NumbersMultiplying Fraction by a whole (word)Estimating Multiplication of FractionsMultiplying Fractions
Question Type
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Answer as Mixed Number?
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Reduce Answer
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Regular Γ— Regular 1⁄2 Γ— 3⁄4 =
Regular Γ— Mixed 1⁄2 Γ— 1 3⁄4 =
Regular Γ— Improper1⁄2 Γ— 7⁄4 =
Mixed Γ— Mixed1 1⁄2 Γ— 2 3⁄4 =
Mixed Γ— Improper 2 1⁄2 Γ— 9⁄4 =
Improper Γ— Improper 3⁄2 Γ— 9⁄4 =
Yes2 3⁄4
No11⁄4
Reduce4⁄8 = 1⁄2
Do Not Reduce4⁄8
Multiplying Fractions (visual)Multiplying Fraction by Whole with NumberlineFinding Fraction ProductMultiplying Fractions
Question Type
((Hover to View Example))
Answer as Mixed Number?
((Hover to View Example))
Reduce Answer
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Mixed Γ— Mixed Each full boxes weighs 4 1⁄2 lbs. If you have 3 full boxes and one box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would they weigh?
Mixed Γ— Fraction Each full boxes weighs 4 1⁄2 lbs. If you have a box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would it weigh?
Mixed Γ— WholeEach full boxes weighs 4 1⁄2 lbs. If you have 3 full boxes how much would they weigh?
Whole Γ— FractionEach full boxes weighs 4 lbs. If you have a box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would it weigh?
Fraction Γ— Fraction Each full boxes weighs 1⁄2 of a pound. If you have a box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would it weigh?
Yes2 3⁄4
No11⁄4
Reduce4⁄8 = 1⁄2
Do Not Reduce4⁄8
Multiplying Fractions with Cross CancellingDivision Relative to MultiplicationDividing Unit Fractions (Visual)Dividing Unit FractionsDividing By Unit Fractions (Visual)Fractions as Division ProblemsDividing By Unit FractionsUnit Fraction Word ProblemsDividing By Unit FractionsDistributing Fractions SumsDistributing Line Plots ValuesDistributing Fraction ValuesDivision as Fraction - WordNumberline Fraction by WholeNumberline Unit Fraction by WholeNumberline Whole By FractionNumberline Whole By Unit FractionDividing Fractions
Question Type
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Answer as Mixed Number?
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Reduce Answer
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Regular Γ· Regular 1⁄3 Γ· 2⁄4 =
Regular Γ· Mixed 1⁄3 Γ· 2 2⁄4 =
Regular Γ· Improper1⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Regular Γ· Whole1⁄3 Γ· 2 =
Mixed Γ· Regular 2 1⁄3 Γ· 1⁄4 =
Mixed Γ· Mixed2 1⁄3 Γ· 3 1⁄4 =
Mixed Γ· Improper 2 1⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Mixed Γ· Whole 2 1⁄3 Γ· 3 =
Improper Γ· Regular 5⁄3 Γ· 1⁄4 =
Improper Γ· Mixed 5⁄3 Γ· 21⁄4 =
Improper Γ· Improper 5⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Improper Γ· Whole 7⁄3 Γ· 2 =
Whole Γ· Regular 2 Γ· 1⁄4 =
Whole Γ· Mixed 7⁄3 Γ· 2 1⁄4 =
Whole Γ· Improper 5⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Yes2 3⁄4
No11⁄4
Reduce4⁄8 = 1⁄2
Do Not Reduce4⁄8
Dividing Fractions with a NumberlinePedmas with Fractions
Comparing FractionsComparing FractionsDetermining Fraction - VisualComparing FractionsOrdering Fractions (Multiple Choice)Comparing Fractions (same numerator or denominator)Comparing FractionsComparing Numerically (Different Denominator)Less, More or Equal to Β½ (Evenly divisible) Comparing Fractions with Addition & SubtractionDetermining Value Relative to HalfOrdering FractionsEquivalent FractionsFinding Equivalent Fraction (visual)Equivalent Fractions With NumberlinesReducing FractionsEquivalent Fractions (Missing Number)Filling in a patternFinding Equivalent Fractions - VisualCreating Equivalent Unit Fraction ProblemsRedistributing Mixed Improper FractionsIdentifying Whole Number as FractionsComparing FractionsExpressing Fractions NumericallyConverting FractionsFractions to Whole NumbersImproper to Mixed NumberMixed Number to Improper Improper and Mixed Fractions VisualComparing Fractions, Decimals & PercentsComparing Fractions (Numeric)
Fraction Type
Same Denominators
Same Numerators
Different Numerators and Different Denominators
Fractions, Decimals & Percents (Numeric) Fraction, Decimal and Percent (Visual) Converting Fractions to Decimals (10ths & 100ths)
Options
Include thousandths
Converting Decimals to Fractions (10ths & 100ths)Comparing Fractions to Decimals with Number LineIdentifying Fractions and Decimals on a Number WheelExpressing Fractions and Decimals from a Number Wheel
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
31
2
Γ—
12
5
=
7
2
Γ—
12
5
=
84
10
problem:
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
31
2
Γ—
12
5
=
7
2
Γ—
12
5
=
84
10
answer: 8410
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
15
problem:
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
15
answer: 415
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
15
problem:
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
5
Γ—
1
3
=
4
15
answer: 415
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
2
4
Γ—
5
2
=
2
4
Γ—
5
2
=
10
8
problem:
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
2
4
Γ—
5
2
=
2
4
Γ—
5
2
=
10
8
answer: 108
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
1
3
Γ—
1
5
=
1
3
Γ—
1
5
=
1
15
problem:
Solve each problem.Write the answer as an improper fraction (if possible).
1
3
Γ—
1
5
=
1
3
Γ—
1
5
=
1
15
answer: 115
+-subjecttopicK1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8thFractionsAdditionSubtractionMultiplicationDivisionAdditionAlgebraAnglesArea & PerimeterBalancing EquationsBar GraphsBox PlotsCapacityConverting FormsCountingDecimalsDivisionDrillsFact FamiliesFactorsFractionsGridsLinesLine GraphsLine PlotsMean,Median,Mode,RangeMeasurementMoneyMultiplicationMultistep ProblemsNegative NumbersOrder of OperationsPatterns & Function MachinesPercentPictographsPie GraphsProbabilityPropertiesRatiosRoundingShapesStatisticsSubtractionTallyTemperatureTimeValue & Place ValueVariablesWeightVenn DiagramsVolumeFinding Fraction ProductIntroduction to FractionsNaming FractionsNaming Fractions
Options
4 denominator as quarter
4 denominator as fourth
Writing FractionsIdentifying FractionsPartitioning ShapesIdentifying Partitioned ShapesFraction = 0, Β½ or 1. Examining Fraction ValueComparing Fractions Relative SizeFraction of Whole VisualFinding ReciprocalsAdding to 1 wholeExpressing Fractions Numerically
Denominators
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Expressing Fractions as Words
Denominators
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Fraction Location on a NumberlineFinding Fractions on Number LineDetermining Fraction Value on a Number LinePartitioning and Labeling Numberline FractionsIdentifying Fraction Location Positive and NegativeIdentifying Fraction Location on a Number LineIdentifying Improper Fraction Location on a Number LineAdding & Subtracting FractionsAdding Mixed Fractions (Visual)Subtracting Mixed Fractions (Visual)Mixed Fractions (Same Denominator)
Question TypeQuestion Format
((Hover for Example))
Answer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed & Mixed2 1⁄2 + 6 3⁄4 =
Mixed & Improper2 1⁄2 + 27⁄4 =
Regular & Regular1⁄2 + 3⁄4 =
Improper & Mixed5⁄2 + 2 3⁄4 =
Improper & Improper5⁄2 + 7⁄4 =
Improper Fraction7⁄2
Mixed Number Fraction3 1⁄2
Reduce9⁄12 = 3⁄4
Improper Fractions (Same Denominator)
Question TypeQuestion Format
((Hover for Example))
Answer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed & Mixed2 1⁄2 + 6 3⁄4 =
Mixed & Improper2 1⁄2 + 27⁄4 =
Regular & Regular1⁄2 + 3⁄4 =
Improper & Mixed5⁄2 + 2 3⁄4 =
Improper & Improper5⁄2 + 7⁄4 =
Improper Fraction7⁄2
Mixed Number Fraction3 1⁄2
Reduce9⁄12 = 3⁄4
Subtracting Fractions (with regrouping)Word Problems Same Denominator
Question TypeAnswer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
Yes
No
Adding 10ths and 100thsAdding Parts of a WholeAdding Fractions Visual (combining)Adding Fractions Numeric & VisualAdding and Subtracting Fractions Visually (Different Denominators)
Problem TypeDenominators (select 2)
Addition
Subtraction
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Different Denominator
Question TypeQuestion Format
((Hover for Example))
Answer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed & Mixed2 1⁄2 + 6 3⁄4 =
Mixed & Improper2 1⁄2 + 27⁄4 =
Regular & Regular1⁄2 + 3⁄4 =
Improper & Mixed5⁄2 + 2 3⁄4 =
Improper & Improper5⁄2 + 7⁄4 =
Improper Fraction7⁄2
Mixed Number Fraction3 1⁄2
Reduce9⁄12 = 3⁄4
Word Problems Different Denom
Question TypeAnswer asReduce Answer
Addition
Subtraction
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
Yes
No
Combining AmountsAdding & Subtracting Fractions (Same Denominator)
Answer AsReduce
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
No
Yes
Adding & Subtracting Fractions (Different Denominator)
Answer AsReduce
Mixed Number Fraction
Improper Fraction
No
Yes
Adding Unit Fractions
Fraction Answer
Less than Denominator
Greater than Denominator
Multiplying & Dividing FractionsMultiplying Unit Fractions with NumberlinesMultiplying Fractions & Whole NumbersMultiplying Unit Fractions by Whole NumbersMultiplying Fractions by whole numbers (Visual)Multiplying Fractions by Whole NumbersMultiplying Fraction by a whole (word)Estimating Multiplication of FractionsMultiplying Fractions
Question Type
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Answer as Mixed Number?
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Reduce Answer
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Regular Γ— Regular 1⁄2 Γ— 3⁄4 =
Regular Γ— Mixed 1⁄2 Γ— 1 3⁄4 =
Regular Γ— Improper1⁄2 Γ— 7⁄4 =
Mixed Γ— Mixed1 1⁄2 Γ— 2 3⁄4 =
Mixed Γ— Improper 2 1⁄2 Γ— 9⁄4 =
Improper Γ— Improper 3⁄2 Γ— 9⁄4 =
Yes2 3⁄4
No11⁄4
Reduce4⁄8 = 1⁄2
Do Not Reduce4⁄8
Multiplying Fractions (visual)Multiplying Fraction by Whole with NumberlineFinding Fraction ProductMultiplying Fractions
Question Type
((Hover to View Example))
Answer as Mixed Number?
((Hover to View Example))
Reduce Answer
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Mixed Γ— Mixed Each full boxes weighs 4 1⁄2 lbs. If you have 3 full boxes and one box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would they weigh?
Mixed Γ— Fraction Each full boxes weighs 4 1⁄2 lbs. If you have a box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would it weigh?
Mixed Γ— WholeEach full boxes weighs 4 1⁄2 lbs. If you have 3 full boxes how much would they weigh?
Whole Γ— FractionEach full boxes weighs 4 lbs. If you have a box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would it weigh?
Fraction Γ— Fraction Each full boxes weighs 1⁄2 of a pound. If you have a box that is 1⁄3 full, how much would it weigh?
Yes2 3⁄4
No11⁄4
Reduce4⁄8 = 1⁄2
Do Not Reduce4⁄8
Multiplying Fractions with Cross CancellingDivision Relative to MultiplicationDividing Unit Fractions (Visual)Dividing Unit FractionsDividing By Unit Fractions (Visual)Fractions as Division ProblemsDividing By Unit FractionsUnit Fraction Word ProblemsDividing By Unit FractionsDistributing Fractions SumsDistributing Line Plots ValuesDistributing Fraction ValuesDivision as Fraction - WordNumberline Fraction by WholeNumberline Unit Fraction by WholeNumberline Whole By FractionNumberline Whole By Unit FractionDividing Fractions
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Reduce Answer
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Regular Γ· Regular 1⁄3 Γ· 2⁄4 =
Regular Γ· Mixed 1⁄3 Γ· 2 2⁄4 =
Regular Γ· Improper1⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Regular Γ· Whole1⁄3 Γ· 2 =
Mixed Γ· Regular 2 1⁄3 Γ· 1⁄4 =
Mixed Γ· Mixed2 1⁄3 Γ· 3 1⁄4 =
Mixed Γ· Improper 2 1⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Mixed Γ· Whole 2 1⁄3 Γ· 3 =
Improper Γ· Regular 5⁄3 Γ· 1⁄4 =
Improper Γ· Mixed 5⁄3 Γ· 21⁄4 =
Improper Γ· Improper 5⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Improper Γ· Whole 7⁄3 Γ· 2 =
Whole Γ· Regular 2 Γ· 1⁄4 =
Whole Γ· Mixed 7⁄3 Γ· 2 1⁄4 =
Whole Γ· Improper 5⁄3 Γ· 7⁄4 =
Yes2 3⁄4
No11⁄4
Reduce4⁄8 = 1⁄2
Do Not Reduce4⁄8
Dividing Fractions with a NumberlinePedmas with Fractions
Comparing FractionsComparing FractionsDetermining Fraction - VisualComparing FractionsOrdering Fractions (Multiple Choice)Comparing Fractions (same numerator or denominator)Comparing FractionsComparing Numerically (Different Denominator)Less, More or Equal to Β½ (Evenly divisible) Comparing Fractions with Addition & SubtractionDetermining Value Relative to HalfOrdering FractionsEquivalent FractionsFinding Equivalent Fraction (visual)Equivalent Fractions With NumberlinesReducing FractionsEquivalent Fractions (Missing Number)Filling in a patternFinding Equivalent Fractions - VisualCreating Equivalent Unit Fraction ProblemsRedistributing Mixed Improper FractionsIdentifying Whole Number as FractionsComparing FractionsExpressing Fractions NumericallyConverting FractionsFractions to Whole NumbersImproper to Mixed NumberMixed Number to Improper Improper and Mixed Fractions VisualComparing Fractions, Decimals & PercentsComparing Fractions (Numeric)
Fraction Type
Same Denominators
Same Numerators
Different Numerators and Different Denominators
Fractions, Decimals & Percents (Numeric) Fraction, Decimal and Percent (Visual) Converting Fractions to Decimals (10ths & 100ths)
Options
Include thousandths
Converting Decimals to Fractions (10ths & 100ths)Comparing Fractions to Decimals with Number LineIdentifying Fractions and Decimals on a Number WheelExpressing Fractions and Decimals from a Number Wheel
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
38 Γ— 23 = ?Will the product be more or less than 38?
problem:
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
38 Γ— 23 = ?Will the product be more or less than 38?
answer: less
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
24 Γ— 858 = ?Will the product be more or less than 858?
problem:
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
24 Γ— 858 = ?Will the product be more or less than 858?
answer: less
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
35 Γ— 4 = ?Will the product be more or less than 4?
problem:
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
35 Γ— 4 = ?Will the product be more or less than 4?
answer: less
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
15 Γ— 67 = ?Will the product be more or less than 67?
problem:
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
15 Γ— 67 = ?Will the product be more or less than 67?
answer: less
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
26 Γ— 68 = ?Will the product be more or less than 26?
problem:
Use 'More' or 'Less' to answer.
26 Γ— 68 = ?Will the product be more or less than 26?
answer: less
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