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### Course: 4th grade > Unit 7

Lesson 1: Equivalent fractions- Equivalent fractions and comparing fractions: FAQ
- Equivalent fractions with models
- Equivalent fractions (fraction models)
- Equivalent fractions on number lines
- Equivalent fractions (number lines)
- Visualizing equivalent fractions review
- Equivalent fractions
- More on equivalent fractions
- Equivalent fractions
- Equivalent fractions and different wholes
- Comparing fractions of different wholes
- Fractions of different wholes

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# Visualizing equivalent fractions review

Review equivalent fractions with fraction models and number lines, and try some practice problems.

## Equivalent fractions

Fractions are

**equivalent**if they are equal or represent the same amount.### Fraction model

Let's look at an example.

First, we can draw $\frac{1}{2}$ .

Now, let's divide the same whole into eighths.

How can we shade the whole to show a fraction that is equivalent to $\frac{1}{2}$ ?

We shaded $4$ of the $8$ sections.

So, $\frac{1}{2}}={\displaystyle \frac{4}{8}$ .

### Number line

Let's visualize another equivalent fraction using a number line.

Numbers are equivalent when they are located at the same point on the number line.

First, we can show $\frac{3}{5}$ on a number line:

Now, let's divide our number line into tenths and see what fraction is located at the same point as $\frac{3}{5}$ .

*Want to learn more about visualizing equivalent fractions? Check out this video.*

## Want to join the conversation?

- what if the top is larger then the bottom(92 votes)
- then it is an "inproper fraction"(32 votes)

- do you know what is equivalent to 5/3(52 votes)
- If you have the denominator for the question say 2/3=x/6 multiply 2 times 6 and then divide by 3 to get 4.(37 votes)

- i like how other peeps are helping each other(42 votes)
- This was a good exercise for your brain!(36 votes)
- if the top of the fraction (the numerator) is a larger the bottom(denominator) it called a greater than one fraction as in greater than one whole(20 votes)
- That's correct. If the numerator is the same as the denominator, it equals 1.

If the numerator is greater than the denominator, it is greater than 1.(22 votes)

- What is equivalent to 5/3(16 votes)
- I am proud of myself I got 4/4(13 votes)
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- anyone who has to do this is in the online schooling period, right?(8 votes)
- not necessarily like me(2 votes)

- 1+1=2 is simple!(4 votes)