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# Common Core Standard 3.G.A.2 Questions

Partition shapes into parts with equal areas. Express the area of each part as a unit fraction of the whole. For example, partition a shape into 4 parts with equal area, and describe the area of each part as 1/4 of the area of the shape.

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Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.NF.A.1, 3.G.A.2
What fraction of the circle is shaded?
1. $1/3$
2. $1/4$
3. $1/6$
4. $1/8$
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.G.A.2
What fraction is represented by the shaded part of this picture?
1. $2/4$
2. $3/6$
3. $2/3$
4. $1/2$
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.NF.A.1, 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.NF.A.1, 3.G.A.2
What fraction of the square is shaded?
1. $1/2$
2. $1/3$
3. $1/4$
4. $1/6$
Grade 3 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.NF.A.1, 3.G.A.2
What fraction shows the area of the shape that is shaded?
1. $1/2$
2. $1/3$
3. $1/4$
4. $1/6$
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.NF.A.1, 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Each part of the circle equals what fraction of the area of the whole circle?
1. $1/2$
2. $1/3$
3. $1/4$
4. $1/6$
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Each part of the rectangle equals what fraction of the area of the whole rectangle?
1. $1/2$
2. $1/3$
3. $1/4$
4. $1/6$
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.G.A.2
How many shaded and unshaded parts of the rectangle?
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.NF.A.1, 3.G.A.2
What fraction shows the area of the shape that is shaded?
1. $1/2$
2. $1/3$
3. $1/4$
4. $1/6$
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.G.A.2
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.G.A.2
How many shaded and unshaded parts of the circle?