# File - Mind Blown Learning

```Click the red dot
…..to begin.
If this is your
first time, click
..the red dot.
If this is not
click the blue dot.
This is not easy.
Click the red dot to see why.
What makes this so challenging is that
if you get even one answer wrong, the
program will start all over again!
YES!! All over again from
the beginning!
Click the red
..dot to go on.
REMEMBER !!
Each time you get an answer
wrong you will have to start
the program all over again!!!
Click the red dot
…..to go on.
Objectives covered in this program.
Reducing fractions
Equivalent fractions
Mixed and improper fractions
Lowest common denominators
PLUS… a few “brain teasers”
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…..to go on.
You’re all set.
Good luck.
Have fun.
Click the red dot
for example #1
Oh no! You have to
..start all over again!
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.to start over again.
Click the blue dot
to stop the program.
#1
3/5
2/5
3/6
2/8
reduce 16/24
4/9
3/8
2/3
4/5
3/7
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
#5
3/8
3/5
4/8
None of
dthese
4/6
reduce 18/30
6/9
3/7
Click
Click the
3/6
4/9
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
6
#7
8
10
4
11
5/6 = ? twelfths
3
9
5
None of
dthese
* * * Click the answer. * * *
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
#8
7/9 = ? thirty sixths
15
None of
dthese
24
14
28
18
16
12
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
#10
Which fraction below is equivalent
to five eighths?
15/18
15/24
None of
these
14/16
15/28
20/24
25/32
25/28
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
#14
8
14
6
22
12
16
10
18
None of
..these
If you were adding 3/4, 5/6 and 2/3 what would
the lowest common denominator be?
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
#19
N E W Q U E S T I O N !!
Which example below is not
changed correctly?
3 3/5 = 18/5
5 1/2 = 11/2
4 2/5 = 22/5
1 2/3 = 5/3
3 1/3 = 11/3
7 1/7 = 50/7
2 3/7 = 17/7
6 1/3 = 19/3
8 2/5 = 42/5
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
#15
If you were adding 2/7, 3/4 and 1/2, what
would the lowest common denominator be?
thirty two
twenty
eighteen
sixteen
twenty two
fourteen
forty two
thirty
twenty eight
* You are correct *
..to go on.
...to stop.
#20
N E W Q U E S T I O N !!
What fraction would represent the number of
circles below that are NOT made of solid lines?
two thirds
two fourths
two fifths
five thirds
one third
three fifths
* You are correct *