# Identifying Equivalent Fractions

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In this lesson, you will learn how to identify equivalent fractions by using fraction models..

You can make equivalent fractions by multiplying or dividing both top and bottom by the same amount. You only multiply or divide, never add or subtract , to get an equivalent fraction. Only divide when the top and bottom stay as whole numbers..Equivalent Fraction Pattern Each question has a bunch of equivalent fractions. Find the missing equivalent fraction by identifying the pattern .For example if we compare 1//4, we would multiply 1//2 which would result in 2/4 so they are equivalent. To compare 1//7 we would multiply 1//3 to produce 3/6. Since 3/6 is not the same as 3/7, the fractions are not equivalent..Worksheets: identifying equivalent fractions using pie charts Below are six versions of our grade 3 math worksheet on identifying equivalent fractions using pie charts; students are shown sets of two pie charts representing equivalent fractions and are asked to write numerators and denominators for each fraction..

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Equivalent Fraction Pattern Each question has a bunch of equivalent fractions. Find the missing equivalent fraction by identifying the pattern .

• ### Equivalent Fractions

For example if we compare 1//4, we would multiply 1//2 which would result in 2/4 so they are equivalent. To compare 1//7 we would multiply 1//3 to produce 3/6. Since 3/6 is not the same as 3/7, the fractions are not equivalent..

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You can make equivalent fractions by multiplying or dividing both top and bottom by the same amount. You only multiply or divide, never add or subtract , to get an equivalent fraction. Only divide when the top and bottom stay as whole numbers..

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Fraction - like 2//16; Mixed number - like 1 1/ 5/6; Integer - like ; What are Equivalent Fractions? Equivalent fractions are fractions with different numbers representing the same part of a whole. They have different numerators and denominators, but their fractional values are the same. For example, think about the fraction 1/2..

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