Chapter 8 Math Connects 5th grade
 1. Jon is making 7 banners. He has 4 yards of fabric. How many yards of fabric will he use to make each banner?A) 1/7 yardB) 4/7 yardC) 6/7 yardD) 3/7 yard2. Mr. Martinez has a box containing 11 granola bars. After handing out 3 granola bars, what fraction of the whole box does Mr. Martinez have left?A) 8/11B) 3/11C) 1/11D) 5/113. Choose the equivalent mixed number for the improper fraction: 4/3A) 2 1/9B) 2 1/3C) 1 2/3D) 1 1/34. Choose the equivalent mixed number for the improper fraction: 14/9A) 2 1/9B) 1 5/9C) 1 1/9D) 1 7/95. Choose the equivalent mixed number for the improper fraction: 23/5A) 4 1/5B) 4 3/5C) 2 4/5D) 2 3/56. Choose the equivalent improper fraction for the mixed number: 5 1/4A) 21/4B) 23/4C) 25/4D) 17/47. Choose the equivalent improper fraction for the mixed number: 3 6/7A) 32/7B) 27/7C) 18/7D) 13/78. Choose the equivalent improper fraction for the mixed number: 5 2/3A) 17/3B) 25/3C) 19/3D) 24/39. Compare the two fractions: 8/13 6/13A) =B) >C) <10. Compare the two fractions: 3/13 7/13A) C) =11. Compare the two fractions: 9/13 2/13A) C) =12. Compare the two fractions: 1 1/3 4/3A) =B) 13. Round the fraction to 0, 1/2, or 1: 1/7A) 1B) 1/2C) 014. Round the fraction to 0, 1/2, or 1: 4/9A) 0B) 1C) 1/215. Janice has 7 more apples than pears. She has 9 apples and pears in all. How many pears does she have?A) 2 pearsB) 8 pearsC) 4 pearsD) 6 pears16. What two numbers have a sum of 14 and a product of 48?A) 5 & 9B) 6 & 8C) 4 & 8D) 3 & 9
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