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# Practice Test

Developing Fraction Concepts

This activity contains 7 questions.

## Models for fractions can be classified into categories. Which category includes pattern blocks, circle pieces, fraction squares?

 Set Region/Area Length/measurement Parts of a whole

## Fair share in fraction terms means

 Each part must be shared Share the parts fairly Each part must be equal or fair shares Share the parts equally

## Number sense in fractions includes all of the following EXCEPT

 Calculating basic sums and differences Developing common reference points that are helpful Determining the relative size of various fractions Determining which of the two fractions is greater

## One major requirement for understanding fractional parts of a whole is

 equivalent values may not exist for every fraction congruency is necessary to have fractional parts the whole must be made up of equal sized parts proper names of fractional parts should not be enforced too early

## Describe the various categories of models for representing fractions and give 1 example of each category.

 To create paragraphs in your essay response, type

at the beginning of the paragraph, and

at the end.

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