Equivalent Fractions - Problems with Solutions

By Catalin David
Problem 1
Are the fractions pictured in the two drawings equivalent?


Problem 2
John cut his pizza into 6 equal slices and ate two of them. Tim cut his pizza(the same size) into 3 equal slices and ate one of them. Did they eat the same amount of pizza?
Problem 3
Are the fractions pictured in the two drawings equivalent?


Problem 4
Are the fractions pictured in the two drawings equivalent?


Problem 5
Are the fractions pictured in the two drawings equivalent?


Problem 6
Are the fractions [tex] \frac{2}{3}[/tex] and [tex]\frac {6}{7} [/tex] equivalent?
Problem 7
Are the fractions [tex]\frac{9}{6}[/tex] and [tex]\frac{6}{4}[/tex] equivalent?
Problem 8
The fraction [tex] \frac {3}{5}[/tex] is equivalent to
Problem 9
Which fraction is equivalent to [tex]\frac{21}{12}[/tex]?
Problem 10
Which two fractions are equivalent to [tex]\frac{4}{6}[/tex]

Problem 11
Can 3, 5, 6, and 10 form 2 equivalent fractions?
Problem 12
Create 2 equivalent fractions with the numbers 4, 9, 2, and 18
Problem 13
Calculate the value of x,
if $\frac{2}{5} = \frac{4}{x}$
Problem 14
If [tex]\frac{1}{4}=\frac {a}{12}[/tex], then a=
Problem 15
If [tex]\frac{5}{a} = \frac{20}{28}[/tex] then a is
Problem 16
If [tex] \frac {a}{3} = \frac {4}{6} [/tex], then a =
Problem 17
If [tex] \frac {6}{2} = \frac {15}{a} [/tex], then a is
Problem 18
If the fraction [tex]\frac{9}{6}[/tex] is equivalent to [tex]\frac{6}{a}[/tex], then a is
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