The learner will determine if fractions are equivalent and find missing numbers in proportions.

## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 1

Explanation:

$16&space;\div&space;4&space;=&space;4$, so we take $4&space;\div&space;4$ to get $1$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 1

Explanation:

$16&space;\div&space;4&space;=&space;4$, so we take $4&space;\div&space;4$ to get $1$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 36

Explanation:

$6&space;\times&space;2&space;=&space;12$, so we take $18&space;\times&space;2$ and get $36$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 36

Explanation:

$6&space;\times&space;2&space;=&space;12$, so we take $18&space;\times&space;2$ and get $36$.

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True or False:

## Correct!

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{13}{26}$ can be reduced to $\tfrac{1}{2}$

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## Incorrect

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{13}{26}$ can be reduced to $\tfrac{1}{2}$

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True or False:

## Correct!

True or False:

### False

Explanation:

$\tfrac{6}{28}$ reduces to $\tfrac{3}{14}$, which cannot be reduced and is not equal to $\tfrac{2}{7}$, which also cannot be reduced.

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## Incorrect

True or False:

### False

Explanation:

$\tfrac{6}{28}$ reduces to $\tfrac{3}{14}$, which cannot be reduced and is not equal to $\tfrac{2}{7}$, which also cannot be reduced.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 60

Explanation:

$3&space;\times&space;20&space;=&space;100$, so we take $3&space;\times&space;20$ to get $60$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 60

Explanation:

$3&space;\times&space;20&space;=&space;100$, so we take $3&space;\times&space;20$ to get $60$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 14

Explanation:

$12&space;\times&space;2&space;=&space;24$, so we take $7&space;\times&space;2$ to get $14$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 14

Explanation:

$12&space;\times&space;2&space;=&space;24$, so we take $7&space;\times&space;2$ to get $14$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 35

Explanation:

$4&space;\times&space;5&space;=&space;20$, so we take $7&space;\times&space;5$ to get $35$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 35

Explanation:

$4&space;\times&space;5&space;=&space;20$, so we take $7&space;\times&space;5$ to get $35$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 10

Explanation:

$5&space;\times&space;10&space;=&space;50$, so we take $1&space;\times&space;10$ to get $10$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 10

Explanation:

$5&space;\times&space;10&space;=&space;50$, so we take $1&space;\times&space;10$ to get $10$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 18

Explanation:

$18&space;\div&space;2&space;=&space;9$, so we take $36&space;\div&space;2$ to get $18$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 18

Explanation:

$18&space;\div&space;2&space;=&space;9$, so we take $36&space;\div&space;2$ to get $18$.

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True or False:

## Correct!

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{8}{36}$ can be reduced to $\tfrac{2}{9}$, and so can $\tfrac{4}{18}$.

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## Incorrect

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{8}{36}$ can be reduced to $\tfrac{2}{9}$, and so can $\tfrac{4}{18}$.

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True or False:

## Correct!

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{10}{15}$ reduces to $\tfrac{2}{3}$.

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## Incorrect

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{10}{15}$ reduces to $\tfrac{2}{3}$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 12

Explanation:

$9&space;\times&space;6&space;=&space;54$, so we take $2&space;\times&space;6$ to get $12$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 12

Explanation:

$9&space;\times&space;6&space;=&space;54$, so we take $2&space;\times&space;6$ to get $12$.

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True or False:

## Correct!

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{30}{50}$ can be reduced to $\tfrac{3}{5}$.

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## Incorrect

True or False:

### True

Explanation:

$\tfrac{30}{50}$ can be reduced to $\tfrac{3}{5}$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 42

Explanation:

$6&space;\times&space;6&space;=&space;36$, so we take $7&space;\times&space;6$ to get $42$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 42

Explanation:

$6&space;\times&space;6&space;=&space;36$, so we take $7&space;\times&space;6$ to get $42$.

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## Equivalent Fractions

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

## Correct!

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 20

Explanation:

$8&space;\times&space;4&space;=&space;32$, so we take $5&space;\times&space;4$ to get $20$.

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## Incorrect

Find the missing value to make the fractions equivalent.

### 20

Explanation:

$8&space;\times&space;4&space;=&space;32$, so we take $5&space;\times&space;4$ to get $20$.

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