# Fraction Standards 4th-Grade: Sample Questions

4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Solve Addition with Equal Denominators

Solve

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4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Model Addition with Equal Denominators

Write an equation described by the model

4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Solve Subtraction with Equal Denominators

Solve

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4.NF.B.3A - 4.3E | Model Subtraction with Equal Denominators

Write an equation that matches the model.

## Benchmark & Decompose

4.NF.B.3X - 4.3F | Evaluate the reasonableness of sums and differences of fractions using benchmark fractions

Use your toolkit to model as needed

4.NF.B.3B - 4.3B | Decompose a fraction in more than one way into a sum of fractions

Decompose 5/8 into unit fractions

What fraction of the race has she completed?

## Mixed Number Vocabulary & Conversion

4.NF.3C - 4.3E | Mixed Number Terminology

Label each fraction type

4.NF.3D - 4.3E | Convert Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number

Write 23/10 as a mixed fraction

4.NF.3D - 4.3E | Convert Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Problem Solving with Fraction Addition

Jeni ate 6 tacos.

Kade ate 2 tacos and Kami ate 2 tacos.

What fraction of ALL the tacos

Use your toolkit to model all the tacos.

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Problem Solving with Fraction Subtraction

Felicity and Barry cleaned 10/12 of the windows.

Felicity cleaned 6 of the 12 windows

What fraction did barry clean?

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4.NF.B.3X - 4.3F | Problem Solving with Benchmark Fractions

Peter ate half a pizza.

Wendy ate 4/12 of a pizza for breakfast

and 3/12 for lunch.

Peter Wendy

Who ate more pizza?

4.NF.B.3B - 4.3B | Problem Solving with Decomposing Fractions

Bonnie had a box of 12 chocolates. 11 are left.

Bonnie wants to give some to Clyde.

Write two DIFFERENT ways Bonnie and Clyde

could split the fraction of remaining chocolates.

Model both in your toolkit as needed

4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Solve Addition with Mixed Fractions

Solve

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4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Solve Addition with Mixed Fractions

Write an equation described by the model

4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Solve Subtraction with Mixed Fractions

Solve

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4.NF.B.3C - 4.3E | Model Subtraction with Mixed Fractions

Write an equation described by the model

## Mixed Addition & Subtractionâ€”Problem Solving

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Addition Problem Solving with Mixed Fractions

Mrs. Owen split 3 candy bars among 5 students.

Each student ate 1/2 of a candy bar.

What fraction of candy bar did the students eat total?

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Addition Problem Solving with Mixed Fractions

Yasmine ate 3 1/4 hot dogs. Carlos ate 1 3/4.

How many hot dogs did they eat combined?

4.NF.B.3D - 4.3E | Subtraction Problem Solving with Mixed Fractions

Rosie ran 2 3/12 miles and Eduardo ran 1 1/12

How much farther did Rosie run than Eduardo?

## Compare Fractions with Different Denominators

4.NF.2 - 4.3D | Compare to Benchmark Fractions

4.NF.1 - 4.3D | Create Equivalent Fractions

4.NF.2 - 4.3D | Compare Different Denominators

Compare

4.NF.2 - 4.3D | Story Problem: Compare Different Denominators

Who ate more?

## Multiply Fractions

4.NF.4A - 5.3i | Multiply Unit Fractions

Solve

4.NF.4B1 - 5.3i | Multiply Non-Unit Fractions

Solve

4.NF.4B - 5.3i | Model Fraction Multiplication

Write an equation that represents the model

4.NF.4C - 5.3i | Story Problem Fraction Multiplication

Kim ate 3/4 cup of yogurt each day for 3 days

How many cups of yogurt did Kim eat total?

Model in your toolkit as needed