Worksheet Solution: Fractions

# Worksheet Solution: Fractions Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 5 - Class 5

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Question 1: Compare the following pairs of fractions:

• 3/11 and 8/11
• 2/11 and 5/24
• 4/15 and 7/19

Question 2: In each of the following identify the sets of like fractions.

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All are like fractions as the denominator is the same.

• No like fractions.

• Like Fractions, as the denominator same.

Question 3: In the following set of fractions, identify the unit fractions.

A unit fraction is any fraction with 1 as its numerator

1/5, 1/21, 1/19, 1/48, 1/62

Question 4: Fill in the blanks in each of the following by the correct number:

Question 5: Find the equivalent fraction of 64/84 with:

• Denominator 63
64/84 in lowest terms is,64/84 = 16/21
21*3 = 63(63 is the new denominator )
So 16 should be also multiplied by 3
= 16/21*3/3 = 48/63
• Denominator 147
64/84 in lowest terms is,64/84=16/21
16/21 x 3 = 112/147
• Numerator 16
64/84 in lowest terms is,
64/84=16/21

Question 6: Which of the following fractions are in the lowest terms?

Question 7: Fill in the blanks by putting >,<or = in each of the following to make the statement true:

Question 8: Which is smaller in each of the following pairs of fractions?

• 3/16, 21/32
Make the fractions equal
3/16 x 2 = 6/32
Thus, 3/16 is smaller.
• 2/5, 7/12
Make the fractions equal2/5 x 12 = 24/60
7/12 x 5 = 35/60
Thus, 2/5 is smaller.
• 10/33, 1/3
Make the fractions equal1/3 x 11 = 11/33
Thus, 10/33 is smaller.

• = 13/15
• = 15/22
• = 31/30

Question 10: Find the sum:

• Converting the mixed fractions into improper fractions
9/5 + 49/15 + 53/10
Now, making the denominator equal by LCM.
LCM = 30
9/5 x 6 = 54/30
49/15 x 2 = 98/30
53/10 x 3 = 159/30
Now the fractions are equal, adding them we get
54 + 98 + 159/30 =311/30 = 10(11/30)

• Converting the mixed fractions into improper fractions

3/5 + 36/7 + 11/2

Now, making the denominator equal by LCM.

LCM = 70

3/5 x 14 = 42/70

36/7 x 10 = 360/70

11/2 x 35 = 385/70

Now the fractions are equal, adding them we get

42/70 + 360/70 +  385/70 = 787/70

• Converting the mixed fractions into improper fractions

19/8 + 29/16 + 3/4

Now, making the denominator equal by LCM.

LCM = 16

19/8 x 2 = 38/16

3/4 x 4 = 12/16

Now the fractions are equal, adding them we get

38/16 + 13/16 + 12/16 = 63/16

• Converting the mixed fractions into improper fractions

12/9 + 2/24 + 7/36

Now, making the denominator equal by LCM.

LCM = 72

12/9 x 8 = 96/72

2/24 x 3 = 6/72

7/36 x 2 = 14/72

Now the fractions are equal, adding them we get

96/72 + 6/72 + 14/72 = 113/72

Question 11: Mukesh bought a pencil for Rs 2(1/4) and a sharpener for Rs 1(1/2). How much money did he spend on both these items?

Mukesh bought a pencil for = Rs 2(1/4)

Mukesh bought a sharpener for = Rs 1(1/2).

Total money spent =  2(1/4) + 1(1/2).

Converting the mixed fractions into improper fractions

9/4 + 3/2

LCM = 4

3/2 x 2 = 6/4

9/4 + 6/4 = Rs. 15/4

Question 12: Pankaj bought 5(1/9) litres of petrol on Monday, 2(5/6) litres on Tuesday and 1(2/9) litres on Wednesday. How many litres of petrol did he buy on these three days?

Pankaj bought petrol on Monday = 5(1/9) litres

Pankaj bought petrol on Tuesday = 2(5/6) litres

Pankaj bought petrol on Wednesday = 1(2/9)litres

Total petrol on three days = 5(1/9) + 2(5/6) + 1(2/9)

Converting the mixed fractions into improper fractions

46/9 + 15/6 + 11/9

LCM = 18

46/9 x 2 = 92/18

15/6 x 3 = 45/18

11/9 x 2 = 22/18

Adding them we get total petrol on three days = 159/18 = 8(5/6)

Question 13: Fill in the blanks:

• 1.
• 2/11 x 11/2 = 1.
• 17/3 x 3/17 = 1.

Question 14: Ring the improper fractions:

Question 15:
is same as. Is it true?

Yes, , because we interchange the denominator and numerator when we change the sign.

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