# Fraction Number Line

See Equivalent Fractions and where they fit on the Number Line

## How to Use

Move your mouse left and right, and explore the different fractions.

Click on the number line to "mark" a position.

## Equivalent Fractions

An example of Equivalent Fractions:

\frac{1}{4} is the same as \frac{2}{8} , \frac{3}{12} and \frac{4}{16}

*(Use the Fraction Number Line to see why)*

Can you find other Equivalent Fractions ?

## Which is Larger?

You can also Use the Fraction Number Line to find which fractions are smaller or larger *(smaller ones are closer to zero)*.

Which fraction is larger in each of these pairs?

\frac{2}{7} or \frac{1}{3} ?

\frac{1}{2} or \frac{5}{9} ?

\frac{6}{7} or \frac{4}{5} ?

\frac{1}{5} or \frac{1}{7} ?

\frac{3}{4} or \frac{5}{6} ?

\frac{6}{11} or \frac{7}{15} ?