# Grade 3 Fractions on Number Lines - PARCC (Grade 3)

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## Grade 3 Fractions on Number Lines - PARCC

1.

Which number line shows the correct location of the number [math]3/4[/math]?

2.

Which number line shows the correct location of the number [math]7/4[/math]?

3.

Plot the point that shows [math]5/8[/math] on the number line.

4.

Plot the point that shows [math]4/3[/math] on the number line.

5.

Which number line shows the correct location of the number [math]3/3[/math]?

6.

Plot a point on the number line that shows the location of [math]6/6[/math].

7.

A fraction is shown on the number line.

Which number line shows a fraction that is equivalent to the fraction shown on the other number line?

Which number line shows a fraction that is equivalent to the fraction shown on the other number line?

8.

A faction is shown on the number line.

Plot a point on this number line to show a fraction that is equivalent to the fraction shown on the other number line.

Select a place on the number line and plot the point.

Plot a point on this number line to show a fraction that is equivalent to the fraction shown on the other number line.

Select a place on the number line and plot the point.

9.

Where would a point be plotted to show [math]5/4[/math] on the number line?

Select the place on the number line and plot the point.

Select the place on the number line and plot the point.

10.

Jesse drew the point shown on the line.

[math]*[/math]Give the value of the point as a fraction.

[math]*[/math]What does the denominator of your fraction represent on the number line?

[math]*[/math]What does the numerator of your fraction represent on the number line?

Enter your answer and your explanation in the space provided.

[math]*[/math]Give the value of the point as a fraction.

[math]*[/math]What does the denominator of your fraction represent on the number line?

[math]*[/math]What does the numerator of your fraction represent on the number line?

Enter your answer and your explanation in the space provided.

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