When you're dividing fractions, you're seeing how many groups of what go into what.
Or how many equal pieces of chocolate are shared among a certain amount of people.
Here are some examples:
10 divided by 5, or 10 groups of five = 2
How many 5s go into 10? Or how many equal parts of 10 can be shared among 5 people?
A quick trick is to divide the first fraction by the second fraction, but flipped over; the reciprocal of the second fraction.
Here is a video about how to divide fractions.
And here is a fun fraction game.
My Test Corrections
I actually got the very first question incorrect, but that's because I wasn't careful to write the right number for the question.
That's what I did.
What I should have done was this:
Then I got the question about how many bits equal 16 bytes?
I did a series of tedious multiplying and dividing all for nothing because I didn't even read the question right. So this is what I should have done:
Because each bit is 1/8 of a byte. And I had to find out how many bits were in 16 bytes.
And lastly I didn't get wording the first of the three bottom questions right.
I said "How many groups of 5/6 are in 1/2?" but that's a division type question. What I should have wrote was "What is 1/2 groups of 5/6?" to make it a multiplying question.
That is all.