Math Grade 3 Quiz Partitioning Shapes – 3.G.A.2
This standard teaches students about breaking down or partitioning shapes into smaller parts that have equal areas. The goal is for students to be able to express the area of these smaller parts as unit fractions of the whole shape. For instance, if you were to split a shape into four equal parts, each of those parts would represent 1/4 (onefourth) of the total area of the shape.
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
If you partition a shape into 5 equal areas, what fraction will each part be of the whole?
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2. Question
How many parts is a shape divided into if each part represents 1/6 of the whole?
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3. Question
A rectangle is partitioned into 3 parts with equal areas. How can the area of one part be described?
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A square is divided into 2 equal areas. What is the area of one of the partitions?
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5. Question
If a shape is partitioned into 8 equal parts, how can you describe the area of each part?
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6. Question
A triangle is divided into 3 parts with equal areas. The area of one part is:
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
How many equal areas should a shape be partitioned into if each part is meant to represent 1/10 of the whole?
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Question 8 of 10
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A shape is divided into 4 parts, where each part is 1/4 of the total area. If another identical shape is divided into 8 parts, what fraction represents each part?
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Question 9 of 10
9. Question
If a hexagon is divided into 6 equal parts, each part represents how much of the whole hexagon?
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Question 10 of 10
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A shape has been divided into equal areas, and each area represents 1/7 of the total. How many parts are there in total?
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