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Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 1

Which of the following is true with respect to 9/16 and 13/5?

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L.C.M. is 16×5 =

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 2

Which of the following is the improper fraction form of 

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where W is the whole number, N is the numerator and D is the denominator. So, 

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 3

What is the sum of 3/4,7/6  and 

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To find the sum of  Find the L.C.M. of the denominators and then add them. L.C.M. of 4, 5 and 6 is 60. 

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 4

What is the difference 13/15 and 11/35 ?

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Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 5

Which of the following is a proper fraction?

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 6

What is the product of 

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Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 7

Guru reads 3/5 of a book. He finds that there are still 80 pages left to be read. What is the total number of pages in the book?

Detailed Solution for Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 7

No. pages left =(1−3/5)×  total pages 
∴Total number of pages = 80× 5/22 = 200

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 8

What is 1/7 of 49 litres?

Detailed Solution for Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 8

1/7× 49  litres and 7 litres.

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 9

Indian cricket team won 4 more matches than it lost with New Zealand. If it won 3/5 of its matches, how many matches did India play?

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Let the number of matches lost hex. The number of matches won = x+4.
Total matches played  = x+x+4  
We have,  x+4 = 3/5 (2x+4) ⇒ x = 8 
∴  Total matches played = 20

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 10

What is the product of a fractional number and its reciprocal?

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The product of a fraction and its reciprocal is always 1.

In the case of a whole number, think of it as having a denominator of 1: The reciprocal of 5 is 1/5.

multiplying 5 and 1/5 gives 1.

Every number has a reciprocal except for 0.

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 11

What should be added to 21/27  to make it 26/27 ?

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 12

What are fractions with different denominators called?

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 13

What is the equivalent fraction of 8/11 having the numerator 40?

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 14

What do you call the fractions which have one as the numerator?

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 15

In which of the following fractions is the numerator greater than the denominator?

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 16

1/9 of a number is 5.What is the number?

Detailed Solution for Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 16

Let 'x' be the number. 1/9  of  x = 5 ⇒ x = 5×9 = 45

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 17

Given that P/q = s/t, which of these is true?

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P/q = s/t ⇒ pt = sq (By cross multiplication.)

Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 18

What should be added to 3 to get 

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Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 19

If  what is the value of x?

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Important Questions: Fractions and Decimals - Question 20

What is the lowest form of 12/30 ?

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12/30 = 2/5 is the required lowest form.

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