Name Date The right to reproduce or modify this page is restricted to purchasing schools. This page may have been modified from its original. Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education Canada Extra Practice 1 Lesson 1: Mixed Numbers 1. Describe each picture as an...
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Name Date The right to reproduce or modify this page is restricted to purchasing schools. This page may have been modified from its original. Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education Canada Extra Practice 1 Lesson 1: Mixed Numbers 1. Describe each picture as an improper fraction and as a mixed number. a) b) c) 2. Write an improper fraction for each mixed number. Use Pattern Blocks to help. a) 1 3 2 b) 4 6 1 c) 2 3 1 d) 1 2 3 e) 1 6 3 f) 5 6 2 3. Write a mixed number for each improper fraction. Use Pattern Blocks to help. a) 7 6 b) 8 3 c) 7 2 d) 3 2 e) 17 6 f) 10 3 4. Jeff baked 1 2 3 dozen cookies. How many cookies did Jeff bake? Draw a picture to show your work. 5. Suppose you have a 1 3 -cup measuring cup. How many times would you have to fill the cup to measure 2 3 3 cups of flour? Draw a picture to show your work. 6. Write an improper fraction for each mixed number and a mixed number for each improper fraction. a) 3 4 2 b) 7 8 1 c) 3 5 4 d) 9 4 e) 15 12 f) 24 5 Master 5.24
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