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Question 1
Find the equivalent fraction of .
A.
 3 5
B.
 4 5
C.
 1 5
D.
 9 10
Question 2
Mrs. Miller needs cup corn flour and cup wheat flour to make a recipe.

How much flour does she need altogether?
A.
 11 12
B.
 12 11
C.
 3 7
D.
 4 7
 Question 3 Which number should go in the box to make the following fractions equivalent? A. 6 B. 2 C. 8 D. 3
Question 4
For a field trip, of the students wore green T-shirts and remaining students wore white T-shirts. What fraction of the students wore white T-shirts for the field trip?
A.
 1 5
B.
 1 3
C.
 3 4
D.
 1 2
Question 5
A.
 2 12 11
B.
 3 12 11
C.
 2 11 12
D.
 3 11 12
Question 6
Â
A.
 3 4
B.
 98 7
C.
 4 3
D.
 21 14
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 Question 7 Mr. Morris earns \$3,500 per month. He deposits of his salary in the bank every month. How much money will he deposit in 5 months? A. \$1,000 B. \$5,000 C. \$1,200 D. \$1,400
Question 8
Find the product.

Ã—
A.
 12 35
B.
 5 21
C.
 7 42
D.
 35 12
Question 9
John collects stamps. He has 12 German stamps, 9 Canadian stamps, and 15 Japanese stamps. What fraction of his stamps is Canadian?
A.
 1 4
B.
 1 3
C.
 1 5
D.
 5 12
Question 10
Which fraction is the greatest?

, , ,
A.
 2 7
B.
 3 5
C.
 7 9
D.
 5 6
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