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# ID : F-6-Fractions [1]

Fractions
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(1)

Add the following fractions and reduce them to the simplest form:
A)

19
21

D)

(2)

26
31

E)

3
16

29
32

C)

21
46

13
16

F)

19
23

13
15

4
17
19
33

8
z

(3)

46

11

B)

27

4
10

9
1000

+ 9 = 9.417

1
1+

3-

1
5

## Choose correct answer(s) from given choice

(4)

Jiang Li is reading a book titled 'History of India', and this book has 410 pages. Jiang Li manages

(5)

(6)

10
41

of the book every day. After 2 days, how many pages has she read?

a. 210

b. 207

c. 200

d. 211

## Fractions with the same denominator are called:

a. Like Fractions

b. Improper Fractions

c. Unlike Fractions

d. Proper Fractions

Chi and Lei have bookshelves of the same size and holding books of the same sizes. Chi's shelf is
1
6

## full and Lei's shelf is

15
17

full. If 970 more books of the same size are distributed among

them, then they can fill their shelves completely. How many books does Lei have today?
a. 913

b. 906

c. 892

d. 900

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(7)

23

The fractions

54

and

29
54

are :

a. Improper Fractions

b. Mixed Fractions

c. Unlike Fractions

d. Like Fractions

(8)

15

Mulan ate

34

(9)

132

11
34

## of the pizza. The total fraction of the

are there in

22

(10) Add the following fractions and reduce them to the simplest form:
A)

6
D)

6
3
6
6

B)

7
E)

10

C)

3
F)

2
3

1
1
3
2

## (11) Write the following in short form (decimal number) :

A)

B)

(12)

6000 + 800 + 20 + 3 +

9000 + 900 + 90 + 6 +

## Wan brings along 56

distributes 16
and 14

3
4

13
20

17
60

1
10
3
100

8
100

5
1000

2
1000

litres of water for her school trek to share among the students. She

11
20

## litres in the next quarter of the trip,

in the 3rd quarter. The amount of liters of water that is left for the last part of the trip is

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A)

7
8

C)

B)

80
8

D)

56

16

70

20
25

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

F)

A)

B)
4
23

of 5

21
74

44

D)

C)
93

of 9

69
44

E)
12
64

of 7

21
61

91

of 5

41
10

F)
59
61

of 4

42

14
27

18
80

of 7

79
23

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(1)

A)

B)

1441
966

1426

Step 1
19
21

272

Step 1

27

26

46

31

285

Step 1

21

13

46

16

4
17

Step 2

Step 2

Step 2

## Find the LCM of the

denominator 21 and
46 and divide the
LCM into the
denominator 21 and
then multiply the
result by the

## Find the LCM of the

denominator 31 and
46 and divide the
LCM into the
denominator 31 and
then multiply the
result by the

## Find the LCM of the

denominator 16 and
17 and divide the
LCM into the
denominator 16 and
then multiply the
result by the

numerator 19
and divide the LCM
into the denominator
46 and then multiply
the result by the
numerator 27 then

numerator 26
and divide the LCM
into the denominator
46 and then multiply
the result by the
numerator 21 then

numerator 13
and divide the LCM
into the denominator
17 and then multiply
the result by the
the both of them.

19
21

27

46

26

31

21

46

13

16

4
17

19 46 + 27 21

26 46 + 21 31

13 17 + 4 16

966

1426

272

874 + 567

966
1441

966

1196 + 651

1426
1847

1426

221 + 64
272
285
272

Step 3

Step 3

Step 3

Therefore the

fractions

D)

C)

1847

19
21

of the fractions

27
46

1441

21
46

26

of the fractions

31

1847

1426

4
17

13
16

285
272

966

161
176

E)

1275
736

F)

238
165

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Step 1
8
11

Step 1
3

29

16

32

Step 1

19

13

23

15

19
33

Step 2

Step 2

Step 2

## Find the LCM of the

denominator 11 and

## Find the LCM of the

denominator 32 and

## Find the LCM of the

denominator 15 and

## 16 and divide the

LCM into the
denominator 11 and
then multiply the
result by the
numerator 8
and divide the LCM
into the denominator

## 23 and divide the

LCM into the
denominator 32 and
then multiply the
result by the
numerator 29
and divide the LCM
into the denominator

## 33 and divide the

LCM into the
denominator 15 and
then multiply the
result by the
numerator 13
and divide the LCM
into the denominator

## 16 and then multiply

the result by the
the both of them.

## 23 and then multiply

the result by the
numerator 19 then

## 33 and then multiply

the result by the
numerator 19 then

8
11

3
16

29

19

32

13

23

15

19
33

8 16 + 3 11

29 23 + 19 32

13 11 + 19 5

176

736

165

128 + 33

176
161

176

667 + 608

736
1275

736

143 + 95
165
238
165

Step 3

Step 3

Step 3

Therefore the

fractions

8
11

3
16

161

of the fractions

19
23

1275
736

29
32

of the fractions

19
33

13
15

238
165

176

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(2)

1000
Step 1
The equation that we have been given is:
8
z

+
8
z
8
z

10
+

+
4

1000
+

10

+ 9 = 9.417

= 0.417 -

1000
9
1000

10

4
10

and

9
1000

the R.H.S]

8
z
8
z

417
1000

1000

417 - 9 - 400
1000

4
10

[Write 0.417 as

417
1000

## [Replace the denominator by their L.C.M and adjust the

numerator accordingly]

8
z
8
z

417 - 409
1000
8
1000

## By cross multiplying both sides, we get:

8 1000 = 8z
z=

8000
8

z = 1000
Step 2
Therefore, the value of z is 1000.

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(3)

19
14
Step 1
If you look at the question carefully, you will notice that you have to find out the value of 1 +
1
3-

1
5

Step 2
1
Now 1 +

3-

1
1

=1+

35-1

1
=1+

15 - 1
5
1

=1+

14
5

=1+

5
14

14 + 5
14
19
14

Step 3
1
Therefore the value of 1 +

(4)

c. 200

(5)

a. Like Fractions

3-

1
5

19
14

Fractions with same denominator are called like fractions. For e.g.: 5/8, 5/8 etc.

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(6)

d. 900
Step 1
We first need to find out the total amount of empty space in both these shelves together.
Step 2
Chi has a

## We can calculate that as 1 -

1
6

Step 3
Similarly Lei has 1 -

15
17

## fraction of his shelf empty.

Step 4
Now we need to add these two together to find out the total fraction empty in these two
shelves together.
1-

1
6

+1-

15

17

97
102

Step 5
Now we are also told that if we distribute 970 among Chi and Lei then the shelves will be filled.
So the fraction

97
102

## of the shelves can be filled using 970 books.

Step 6
So we see that the total number of books that can be held in a shelf is
970

97
102

= 1020.

## So each shelf can hold 1020 books.

Step 7
We also know Lei has

1020 x

15
17

15
17

of his shelf filled. So it's just a matter of finding out the value of

= 900

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(7)

d. Like Fractions
Because the fractions

and

(8)
(9)

13

29

23
54

and

29

54

54

54

17

54

(10) A)

10

B)

C)

D)

15

E)

11

10

F)

13

11

10

(11) A)
B)
(12)

23

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9996.035
1

(13) A)

70

B)

72

C)

10

D)

(14) A)
D)
(15) A)
D)

11

B)
E)

68

74

84

61

B)
E)

C)

11

220

44

118

27

F)
C)
F)

42

10

54

23