How to Reduce or Simplify Improper Fractions Video


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Which fraction is equivalent to 15/12 ?

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1. Which fraction is greater than 1?

2. Which 4 sets of fractions are equivalent?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Improper fractions can look a little tricky at first, but if you can simplify them it can be easier. In this quiz, you'll determine equivalent reduced fractions and reduce others.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This improper fraction quiz tests your ability to:

  • Recognize an equivalent to a given fraction
  • Determine which of given options is a fraction greater than 1
  • Identify which group of fractions is equivalent
  • Know which of given fractions cannot be reduced further
  • Reduce a fraction to its lowest terms

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from the most relevant information from the lesson on reducing and simplifying fractions
  • Critical thinking - use this information to consider if a group of fractions is or is not equivalent
  • Problem solving - take what you've learned and reduce given improper fractions

Additional Learning

The lesson called How to Reduce or Simplify Improper Fractions covers the following objectives:

  • Explain equivalent fractions
  • Provide illustrations to visually demonstrate the idea of reducing fractions
  • Give multiple methods for reducing improper fractions