# Fraction Multiplying Units Quiz

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This quiz evaluates your skill at cross-canceling units during fraction multiplication. You must complete this quiz for the results to be sent to your teacher.

• 1.

• A.

Gallons/minute

• B.

Quarts/minute

• C.

Quarts/gallons

• D.

Gallons/quarts

A. Gallons/minute
Explanation
The quarts units cancel because you have a quarts unit on the top of your first fraction and a quarts unit on the bottom of your second fraction.

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• 2.

### Which fraction could be plugged into the blanks to make the equation true?

• A.

Seconds/pints

• B.

Pints/seconds

• C.

Pints/minutes

• D.

Pints/cups

D. Pints/cups
Explanation
The answer has to be pints over cups so that your cups units cancel and you are left with pints over seconds.

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• 3.

### Use cross-canceling to determine which units remain in your final answer fraction.

• A.

Cups/hour

• B.

Gallons/seconds

• C.

Gallons/hour

• D.

Cups/seconds

C. Gallons/hour
Explanation
The cups units cancel, and the seconds units cancel. Gallons and hours are all that remain.

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• 4.

### Determine the units in your final answer fraction.  You may need to write this down on paper.

• A.

Inches/seconds

• B.

Miles/seconds

• C.

Feet/seconds

• D.

Inches/hours

A. Inches/seconds
Explanation
Miles cancel, feet cancel, and hours cancel. You are left with inches over seconds.

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• 5.

### If I'm traveling at a rate of 50 miles per hour for 3 hours.  How far did I travel?

• A.

150

• B.

150 hours

• C.

150 miles

• D.

150 meatballs

C. 150 miles
Explanation
In the fraction multiplication 50 miles/1hour X 3hours/1, the hours units cancel and you are left with 150 miles as a final answer.

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