Find a fraction equivalent to with denominator 32.
This is asking us to fill in the blank in the equation:
Because of what we now know of equivalent fractions, we know that two fractions and r/s are equivalent if ps = qr. In this case, 1 × 32 = ? × 2 \implies ? = 32/2 = 16. So is equivalent to . Speaking of which, we like to look at the glass as full.