Unit Parts Checkpoint

  1. a) Split up each blig below into four parts.



    b) What would you call one of the pieces you just made?
    (Hint: I'm not asking you to remember a nonsense word; this is about how you talk about a part of a unit)



  2. Translate into math: "Sixteen is a fifth of eighty."





  3. a) Identify the unit, denominator, and part in the picture below.

    Unit:Denominator:Part:





    b) In English: A          of          is         .

    c) In math symbols:     




  4. a) Identify the unit, denominator, and part in the picture below.

    Unit:Denominator:Part:





    b) In English: A          of a          is a         .

    c) In math symbols:     

  5. In the space below, draw a number line showing how many parts 10 long you can break up 40 into.





  6. In this problem we will try to find out if it is true that "1/4 turp = 1/2 zib".
    a) Break up the bars below into pieces as indicated by the math sentence above.



    b) Was the math sentence true, or not?


    c) How do you know?




  7. a) Identify the unit, denominator, and part in the picture below.

    Unit:Denominator:Part:





    b) In English: A          of a          is a         .

    c) In math symbols:     



  8. Translate into words: "1/2 gill = 1/8 pint."




  9. In the space below, draw a number line showing thirds of thirty six. Label the pieces with their size.