 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Word Problems
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• Question 1
60 seconds
Q. A stack of boards is 21″ high. Each board is 1¾″ thick. How can you find the number of boards?
21 × 1¾
1¾ ÷ 21
21 ÷ 1¾
• Question 2
60 seconds
Q. There are 12 yards of fabric. Each pillow uses 2/3 yard. How many pillows can be made?
8 pillows
12 pillows
18 pillows
• Question 3
120 seconds
Q. Nine identical cakes weigh a total of 20¼ pounds. How much does each cake weigh?
4/9 pound
2⋅1/9 pounds
2⋅9/36 pounds
2⋅1/4 pounds
• Question 4
60 seconds
Q. Twelve whole pizzas are eaten. Each person eats ¼ pizza. How many people eat pizza?
48 people
16 people
8 people
3 people
• Question 5
30 seconds Q. Answer the question in the picture.
1) Larger 2) Smaller
1) Smaller 2)Larger
• Question 6
120 seconds
Q. The area of a rectangle is 25/42 and its width is 5/6. What is the length?
1⋅3/7
1⋅2/5
5/7
125/252
• Question 7
45 seconds
Q. A 21-foot long rope is cut into 3/8-foot pieces. Which expression finds the number of pieces?
21 ÷ 3/8
21 × 3/8
3/8 ÷ 21
21 − 3/8
• Question 8
180 seconds
Q. When 7/8 is divided by a number, the result is 6/7. What is that number?
¾
48/49
49/48
4/3
• Question 9
30 seconds
Q. A rectangle with an area of 15/32 has a width of 5/8. What is the perimeter of the rectangle?
¾
1⋅3/8
2 1/2
• Question 10
60 seconds Q. Answer the question in the picture.
2 3/4 X 8 must be > 8 because 2 groups of 8 is 16.
2 3/4 X 8 must be < 8 because a fraction makes it smaller.
• Question 11
30 seconds
Q. Dividing a fraction by ¼ is the same as multiplying that fraction by 4. 