Find the product:
Which is greater?
convert 2/7 to its equivalent fraction with denominator as 14
we know 6>4
(i) 7/11 of Rs 330
(ii) 5/9 of 108 metres
(iii) 3/7 of 42 litres
(iv) 1/12 of an hour
(v) 5/6 of an year
(vi) 3/20 of a kg
(vii) 7/20 of a litre
(viii) 5/6 of a day
(ix) 2/7 of a week
1 year =12 months
1 kg =1000 g
1 l =1000 ml
Ravish reads 1/3 part of a book in 1 hour. How much part of the book will he read in houurs?
In 1 hour Ravish reads 1/3 of the book
Part of book Ravish will read in 11/5 hours = Part read in 1 hour × 11/15
Part of book Ravish will read in 11/5 hours =
Lipika reads a book for hours everyday. She reads the entire book in 6 days. How many hours in all were required by her to read the book?
In one day, Lipika reads for
Total hours required
Find the area of a rectangular park which is m long and m broad.
Length of rectangular park
⇒Length of rectangular park = 125/3 m
Width of rectangular park =
⇒Width of rectangular park = 93/5 m
Area of rectangular park = Length of rectangular park × Width of rectangular park
Area of rectangular park =
If milk is available at Rs per litre, find the cost of litres of milk.
Cost of 1 litre milk = Rs.
⇒Cost of 1 litre milk =Rs. 71/4
Cost of 37/5litres milk = Cost of 1 litre milk x 37/5
Cost of 37/5litres milk
Sharda can walk km813 km in one hour. How much distance will she cover in hours?
Distance covered by Sharda in 1 hour = 25/3 km.
Distance covered by Sharda in 12/5hours = Distance covered in 1 hour × (12/50
⇒⇒Distance covered by Sharda in 12/5 hours =
A sugar bag contains 30 kg of sugar. After consuming 2/3 of it, how much sugar is left in the bag?
Total amount of sugar in the bag = 30 kg
⇒Amount of sugar consumed = 20 kg
Sugar left in the bag = Total amount of sugar in the bag − Amount of sugar consumed
Sugar left in the bag = 30−20 =10 kg
Each side of a square is m long. Find its area
Area of square=Side × Side
There are 45 students in a class and 3/5 of them are boys. How many girls are there in the class?
Therefore, 27 students are boys.
Number of girls=Total number of students in the class − Number of boys
Number of girls=45−27=18
Therefore, 18 students are girls.