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In this module, you can learn how to tell if fractions are equal to each other.

The video above contains an illustrated explanation of equivalent fractions.

The above video (from Khan Academy) contains a slightly more advanced explanation of equivalent fractions.

If two fractions are "equivalent" it means they are worth the same.

There are an unlimited number of fractions that mean one-half. For example: 1/2, 2/4, 3/6, just to name a few.

- Read about equivalent fractionsRead about how to decide whether two fractions are equivalent (the same value) at mathgoodies.com. At the end, you can take a self-quiz to check your understanding.
- Study equivalent fractionsRead about equivalent fractions, then check your understanding at mathsisfun.com.
- Try your hand at creating equivalent fractionsUse a sliding bar to see equivalent fractions on a number line.
- Download an equivalent fractions worksheetCreate and print your own equivalent fractions worksheet at math-aids.com.
- Quiz yourself on equivalent fractionsYou can reset and retake this equivalent fraction quiz as many times as you like.

Use this search term to find your own resources:

*equivalent **fractions*