Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
4.B2.7 represent the relationship between the repeated addition of a unit fraction and the multiplication of that unit fraction by a whole number, using tools, drawings, and standard fractional notation
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1 of 61. Question
1. An addition equation is shown.
Which equation has the same value?
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2 of 62. Question
2. The shaded model shown represents a fractional amount and one whole.
Which expressions represent an equal fractional amount?
Select the TWO correct answers.
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3 of 63. Question
3. The models and expressions shown represent fractional amounts.
Match the expression to the model that shows an equal fractional amount.

6 × ^{1}⁄_{8}

8 × ^{1}⁄_{6}

8 × ^{1}⁄_{8}
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4. An equation is shown.
What is another equation that could be used to show an equal amount?
Fill in the blanks with the digits.

× ^{ }⁄_{ }
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5 of 65. Question
5. There was a total of 6 water bottles. Each was filled with ^{1}⁄_{10 } litre of water.
Which expression could be used to find the total amount of water, in litres, in the 6 bottles?
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6. An addition equation is shown.
Which equation has the same value?
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