Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

Jason, Erin, Bob, and Carlos are completing projects for the science fair.
Jason has completed 2/3 of his project; Erin has completed 1/2 of her project; Bob has completed 3/4
of his project; and Carlos has completed 5/8 of his project. Who is closest to completing the
science fair project?
a.  Carlos  c.  Erin  b.  Bob  d.  Jason 


2.

Which group of fractions is listed in order smallest to largest?
a.  8/16; 4/6; 3/4; 7/8  c.  4/6; 8/16; 3/4;
7/8  b.  3/4; 4/6; 8/16; 7/8  d.  7/8; 8/16; 3/4;
4/6 


3.

Which group of fractions is listed in order smallest to largest?
a.  1/4; 3/8; 1/2; 3/4  c.  3/8; 1/2; 1/4;
3/4  b.  3/8; 1/4; 1/2; 3/4  d.  1/2; 3/8; 1/4;
3/4 


4.

Which equation explains why 4/6 is greater than 1/2?
a.  1/6 + 1/6 + 1/6 + 1/6 = 4/6  c.  4/6 = 2/3  b.  4/6 + 2/6 =
6/6  d.  3/6 + 1/6 =
4/6; (3/6 = 1/2) 


5.

A small pizza is 1/2 of a large pizza. What fraction of the large pizza is
1/2 of the small pizza?


6.

Serena, Molly, Adam, and Joey are running a one mile race in P.E.
class. After running for 8 minutes the students have run the following
distances:
Serena  1/2
mile
Molly  2/3 mile
Adam  2/6 mile
Joey  3/4 mile
Which student must run
the longest distance to finish the race?
a.  Molly  c.  Adam  b.  Serena  d.  Joey 


7.

Which fraction is < 1/2?


8.

Which fraction is > 1/2?


9.

Which group of fractions is listed in order smallest to largest?
a.  7/10; 3/5; 1/2; 2/10  c.  1/2; 2/10; 3/5;
7/10  b.  2/10; 1/2; 3/5; 7/10  d.  3/5; 1/2; 2/10;
7/10 

Multiple Response Identify one
or more choices that best complete the statement or answer the question.


10.

Which two fractions are equivalent (equal) to 40/100?
