Converting Mixed Numbers: Question Preview (ID: 6672)


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Convert 2 3/4 to an improper fraction?
a) 11/4
b) 4/11
c) 8/4
d) 3/4

Convert 3 1/4 to an improper fraction?
a) 12/4
b) 13/4
c) 4/12
d) 13/4

Convert 15/4 to a mixed number.
a) 5 1/4
b) 4 1/4
c) 3 3/4
d) 3 1/4

Convert 18/5 to a mixed number.
a) 5 1/5
b) 3 1/5
c) 3 3/5
d) 5 3/5

Convert 5 4/5 to a improper fraction.
a) 29/5
b) 25/5
c) 5/29
d) 5/29

If you were to convert 15/3 and 16/4, which improper fraction would be greater?
a) 15/3
b) 16/4
c) they would be equal
d)

Which improper fraction is greater than 3 1/4?
a) 11/4
b) 14/4
c) 18/9
d) 2/9

Which two improper fractions are equal?
a) 16/4 and 20/5
b) 15/3 and 25/5
c) 12/3 and 20/4
d) 9/3 and 8/2

What is greater 12/3 or 14/3?
a) 14/3
b) 12/3
c) both are equal
d) I don't really know

What is the strategy that we learned to convert mixed numbers to an improper fraction called?
a) Texas Lone Ranger
b) Texas Lone Star
c) Texas Two-step
d) Texas Step

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