Olympiad Test: Fractions - Class 6 MCQ

# Olympiad Test: Fractions - Class 6 MCQ

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## 20 Questions MCQ Test Mathematics (Maths) Class 6 - Olympiad Test: Fractions

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Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 1

### Which option gives an equivalent fraction of 13/25

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Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 2

### What is the mixed fraction form of 41/12

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Explanation:

• Quotient: The integer part of the division, which is 333, represents how many whole parts of the denominator fit into the numerator.
• Remainder: The leftover part after dividing, which is 555, represents the part of the fraction that does not fit into a whole number.
• Denominator: The original denominator 121212 remains unchanged for the fractional part.

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Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 3

### What is the simplified form of the product 12/24 and 36/72

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12/24 x 36/72 = 1/2 x 1/2 = 1/4

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 4

Give an example for a proper fraction.

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In a proper fraction, the numerator is less than the denominator.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 5

What is the fractional form of five eighteenths?

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The fractional form of five eighteenths

= 5/18

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 6

Which fraction represents the shaded part of ?

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Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 7

What are the fractions with the same denominator called?

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Like fractions have same denominator.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 8

Raju scored 9 marks in maths test. If the maximum marks of the test is 25, how is Raju's score represented as a fraction?

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Maximum marks = 25 Marks scored by Raju = 9

∴ Raju's score represented as a fraction

= 9/25

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 9

Which of the following fractions is the largest?

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All fractions have the same numerator. So, the fraction having the smallest denominator is the largest.

∴ 29/23 is the required largest fraction.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 10

What is the value of

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Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 11

What should be added to 11/17 to make it 15/17?

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11/17  +  4/17 = 15/17

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 12

By how much is 19/20 greater than 2/20?

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19/20 - 2/20  = 19 - 2/20 = 17/20

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 13

What do you call fractions with different denominators?

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Unlike fractions have different denominators.
The fractions which have unequal denominators or different denominators are called, unlike fractions. For example 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, are unlike fractions.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 14

What type of fraction is the sum 3/4 + 2/4?

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3/4 + 2/4 = 3+2/4 = 5/4 is an improper fraction. Since, the numerator is greater than the denominator.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 15

Which of these make a whole?

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Two halves make 1 whole.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 16

In which of the following does the shaded part represent one fourth of its whole?

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(a) In the given object, there are a total of 4 squares and 1 square is shaded amongst them. Therefore, the ratio of shaded square to the total number of squares is:

which is one fourth of the whole object.

(b) In the given object, there are no equal parts which simply means that there is no one fourth of the whole object.

(c) In the given triangular object, there are no equal parts which simply means that there is no one fourth of the whole object.

(d) In the given object, there are a total of 3 squares and 1 square is shaded amongst them. Therefore, the ratio of shaded square to the total number of squares is:

which is not one fourth of the whole object.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 17

Find the value of X ?

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2/5 = x/15
2*15 / 5 = x
6 = x.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 18

What are the fractions which have one as the numerator called?

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unit fraction is a rational number written as a fraction where the numerator is one and the denominator is a positive integer. A unit fraction is therefore the reciprocal of a positive integer, 1/n. Examples are 1/1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 ,1/5, etc.

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 19

How is the fractional number for "3 out of 7 of the fruits are apples" written?

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Explanation:

• Given: 3 out of 7 fruits are apples

• Fractional representation: To represent this as a fraction, we take the number of apples (3) as the numerator and the total number of fruits (7) as the denominator

• Writing as a fraction: Therefore, the fractional number for "3 out of 7 of the fruits are apples" is written as 3/7

Olympiad Test: Fractions - Question 20

Two fractions are equivalent if their cross multiplications are

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Explanation:

• Equivalent Fractions: Two fractions are equivalent if their cross multiplications are equal.

• Cross Multiplication: Cross multiplication involves multiplying the numerator of one fraction by the denominator of the other fraction and vice versa.

• Example: If we have two fractions, a/b and c/d, they are equivalent if ad = bc.

• Proof: Let's consider two fractions, a/b and c/d. Their cross multiplication would be ad and bc.

• If ad = bc: This means that the fractions are equivalent because the cross multiplications are equal.

• If ad ≠ bc: This means that the fractions are not equivalent because the cross multiplications are not equal.

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