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# Fractions review bingo

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• 1. BINGO Fractions Review
• 2. Blackout bingo x x x x x x x x x
• 3. Fill in your card
• 4. What fraction of the region below is shaded?
• 5. x
• 6. _ 4
• 7. Ã· 2 =
• 8. 4 -
• 9. Write each of the following as a fraction. Simplify if possible. 24 candies out of 96 in a jar were red
• 10. Write each of the following as a fraction. Simplify if possible.
• 12 out of 39 shirts were blue
• 11. 3 = __ 4 40
• 12. 6 = 42 7
• 13. 9 = 45 11
• 14. How many of his stamps are in each of his albums listed below? Mr. Peabody has a collection of 140 stamps in four different colored albums. Of these stamps, one tenth are in the blue album
• 15. How many of his stamps are in each of his albums listed below? Mr. Peabody has a collection of 140 stamps in four different colored albums. Of these stamps, six twentieths are in the green album.
• 16. How many of his stamps are in each of his albums listed below? Mr. Peabody has a collection of 140 stamps in four different colored albums. Of these stamps, one quarter are in his gold album.
• 17. Order the following terms from least to greatest using inequality symbols (<, >, =);
• 18. Order the following terms from least to greatest using inequality symbols (<, >, =);
• 19. Shade in 3 of the grid below. 4
• 20. Ms. Markham made 12 red velvet cupcakes and 8 chocolate cupcakes for the GK 777 bake sale. What fraction of the cupcakes were chocolate?