Math Grade 1 Quiz Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares – 1.G.A.3
The standard “CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.G.A.3” addresses the foundational concept of fractions, specifically for circles and rectangles. Students are introduced to the idea of dividing these shapes into equal parts, typically two or four. This standard emphasizes the terminology associated with these partitions, such as “halves,” “fourths,” and “quarters.” Students learn to describe a portion of the shape using phrases like “half of” or “quarter of.” Furthermore, they also grasp that the entire shape can be described in terms of these fractions – for instance, a whole circle can be described as “two of the halves” or “four of the quarters.” An essential understanding from this standard is that as shapes are divided into more shares, each individual share becomes smaller.
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If you divide a rectangle into two equal parts, each part is called a:
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When a circle is divided into four equal parts, each part is referred to as a:
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If a rectangle is partitioned into four equal shares, how many quarters does it have?
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When you take one part out of a circle that’s divided into two equal parts, you have taken:
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If you have two of the four equal parts of a rectangle, you have:
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6. Question
The whole shape can be described as “four of the”:
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Question 7 of 10
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If a circle is divided into more shares, each share becomes:
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
What term can be used interchangeably with “fourths”?
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9. Question
If you eat one of the four equal slices of a rectangular cake, you’ve eaten:
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Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Which phrase best describes having the entire shape?
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