Q1: Divide each collection into two equal parts by dotted lines:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Q2: In each of the following write the fraction representing the shaded portion:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Q3: Write the fraction whose
(i) Numerator is 7 and denominator is 15.
(ii) Numerator is 22 and denominator is 35.
Q4: Divide each collection into suitable number of equal parts and fill in the blanks:
(i)
1/2 of 8 = ______.
(ii)
1/8 of 16 = ______.
(iii)
5/6 of 18 = ______.
Q5: Draw a collection of objects. Divide the collection into suitable number of equal parts and find:
(i) 1/3 of 9
(ii) 3/7 of 14
(iii) 4/9 of 18
Q6: Write the next three equivalent fractions of each of the following
(i) 1/4
(ii) 2/3
(iii) 5/9
(iv) 4/7
Q7: Fill in the missing numerators to make the statement true:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Q8: Find an equivalent fraction of 3/4 with:
(i) Numerator 15
(ii) Denominator 48
(iii) denominator 24
Q9: Fill in the missing denominators to make the statement true:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Q10: Check whether the given fractions are equivalent:
(i) 3/15, 1/5
(ii) 2/11, 6/21
(iii) 4/9, 8/18
Q11: State whether the fraction is in its lowest terms or not:
(i) 12/20
(ii) 4/6
(iii) 80/81
Q12: Reduce to the lowest terms:
(i) 21/28
(ii) 45/60
(iii) 36/54
Q13: Encircle the fraction which is in its lowest terms:
(i)
(ii)
Q14: Fill in the blanks by putting > or < in each of the following to make the statement true:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Q15: Which is smaller in each of the following pairs of fractions?
(i) 3/16, 21/32
(ii) 18/25, 2/5
(iii) 8/21, 7/20
Q16: Find the sum:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Q17: Write the fractions whose numerator is 6 and denominator is 19.
Q18: ______ = ______.
You can find Worksheets Solutions here: Worksheet Solutions: Fractions
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1. What is a fraction? 
2. How do you add fractions with different denominators? 
3. How do you simplify fractions? 
4. What is an improper fraction? 
5. How do you multiply fractions? 

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