Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers
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  • Question 1
    900 seconds
    Q. 6/7 divided by 3/7
    answer choices
    18/7 or 2 4/7
    2
    3/2 or 1 1/2
    1 2/7
  • Question 2
    900 seconds
    Q. 2/5 divided by 3/4
    answer choices
    8/15
    6/20
    3/10
    3/20
  • Question 3
    900 seconds
    Q. 5 ÷ ⅕
    answer choices
    1/25
    5
    25
  • Question 4
    900 seconds
    Q. Valerie bought a 9 ft piece of ribbon from which she wants to cut into 2/3 ft pieces. How many 2/3 ft pieces can Valerie cut?
    answer choices
    13
    6
    9
    This is not possible.
  • Question 5
    900 seconds
    Q. 1/4  ÷  2/5
    answer choices
    5/8
    2/20
    1/10
    3/9
  • Question 6
    900 seconds
    Q. A team of runners is needed to run a 1/4 mile relay race . If each runner must run 1/16 mile.  How many runners do they need to run the race?
    answer choices
    4
    5
    1/64
    2
  • Question 7
    900 seconds
    Q. Change 5  3/4 into an improper fraction
    answer choices
    23/4
    4/23
    20/4
    5 4/3
  • Question 8
    180 seconds
    Q.
    answer choices
    14 cookies
    1/2 cookies
    28 cookies
    1/28 cookies
  • Question 9
    300 seconds
    Q. 2 ¼ ÷ 4 ⅕ =
    answer choices
    11/26
    15/28
  • Question 10
    300 seconds
    Q.
    answer choices
    2  1/5
    2  4/15
    6  8/15
      1  1/5
  • Question 11
    300 seconds
    Q. Mr. Gomez had 3/4 of a cake to divide amongst 6 guests. What part of the cake will each guest receive?
    answer choices
    1/8
    8
    9/2
    3/4
  • Question 12
    30 seconds
    Q. Karen has 12 1/2 yards of material. A cape for play takes 3 5/6 yards. How many capes can Karen make with the material?
    answer choices
    4
    36
    9
    3
  • Question 13
    30 seconds
    Q.

    Anna has 15 3/4 cups of flour for a cookie recipe that needs 2 1/3 cups of flour for one batch. Select the statement that are true (may be more than one)

    answer choices

    She can make 7 full batches of cookies.

    She can make 6 full batches of cookies.

    She will have left over flour if she makes 6 batches.

    She can make an extra 3/4 of a batch if she makes 6 full batches.

    She will have left over flour if she makes 7 full batches.

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