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Suitable for grades: Grade 4, Grade 5

In a series of shapes find the two shapes that represent the same fraction.

A series of geometric shapes is presented. Each shape representing a fraction is divided into equal parts. The number of parts corresponds to the denominator of the fraction. Some of the parts are marked in color. The number of marked parts corresponds to the numerator. Exactly two figures represent the same fraction, i.e. the value of the fraction is equal. It may be necessary to reduce fractions to determine equality. The number of shapes per problem can be set, as well as the number of problems.

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Parameter

Possible values

Number of problems

1, 2

Number of shapes

3, 4, 5, 6

All shapes share same denominator

Yes, No

Remark

Description

Name and direct link

shade fractions of given shapes as indicated

An image of s subdivided shape is shown. Shade according to given fraction.

shade a series of shapes to show the same fractions

Shade n/m, 2n/2m, 3n/3m and so on of shapes with increasing number of parts.

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