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Rajat invited sixty people for her birthday party. If forty – five people showed up, what fraction of people showed up?
Divide the number of people who showed up with the total number of people who were invited. A fraction represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts.
Express as mixed fractions: \(\dfrac{19}{4}\)
A mixed fraction contains a whole number and a fraction.
Express as mixed fractions: \(\dfrac{22}{7}\)
A mixed fraction contains a whole number and a fraction.
Express as mixed fractions: \(\dfrac{66}{10}\)
A mixed fraction contains a whole number and a fraction.
Express as mixed fractions: \(\dfrac{111}{11}\)
A mixed fraction contains a whole number and a fraction.
Express as mixed fractions: \(\dfrac{37}{8}\)
A mixed fraction contains a whole number and a fraction.
Simplify: \(8\dfrac{4}{4}\)
Simplify the fraction by converting into improper fractions.
Express as improper fractions: \(6\dfrac{7}{8}\)
An improper fraction has the numerator greater than the denominator.
Express as improper fractions: \(1\dfrac{4}{5}\)
An improper fraction has the numerator greater than the denominator.
Express as improper fractions: \(11\dfrac{2}{6}\)
An improper fraction has the numerator greater than the denominator.
Express as improper fractions: \(10\dfrac{5}{8}\)
An improper fraction has the numerator greater than the denominator.
Calculate \( x \)if \(\dfrac{4}{8}=\dfrac{10}{x}\)
Cross multiply to find the value of ‘’.
Calculate \( x\) if \(\dfrac{10}{20}=\dfrac{30}{x}\)
Cross multiply to find the value of ‘’.
Calculate \(x\) if \(\dfrac{4}{10}=\dfrac{x}{30}\)
Cross multiply to find the value of ‘’.
Calculate \(x\) if \(\dfrac{50}{70}=\dfrac{20}{x}\)
Cross multiply to find the value of ‘’.
Calculate \(x\) if \(\dfrac{15}{27}=\dfrac{x}{3}\)
Cross multiply to find the value of ‘’.
Find the equal fraction of \(\dfrac{48}{60}\) with the denominator of thirty.
Equal fractions will have the same value as the one given in the question. Two or more fractions are said to be equivalent if all are equal to the same value irrespective of their numerators and denominators.
Find the equal fraction of \(\dfrac{32}{45}\) with the numerator of forty – five.
Equal fractions will have the same value as the one given in the question. Two or more fractions are said to be equivalent if all are equal to the same value irrespective of their numerators and denominators.
Find the equal fraction of \(\dfrac{48}{60}\) with the denominator of \(\dfrac{1}{5}\).
Equal fractions will have the same value as the one given in the question. Two or more fractions are said to be equivalent if all are equal to the same value irrespective of their numerators and denominators.
Are they equivalent fractions: \(\dfrac{6}{11},\dfrac{31}{55}\) ?
Equivalent fractions have the same numerical values. Two or more fractions are said to be equivalent if all are equal to the same value irrespective of their numerators and denominators.
Reduce to the simplest form: \(\dfrac{21}{66}\)
The simplest fraction cannot be reduced into factors any further.
Reduce to the simplest form: \(\dfrac{32}{64}\)
The simplest fraction cannot be reduced into factors any further.
Reduce to the simplest form: \(\dfrac{36}{108}\)
The simplest fraction cannot be reduced into factors any further.
Reduce to the simplest form: \(\dfrac{77}{308}\)
The simplest fraction cannot be reduced into factors any further.
Put appropriate sign: \(\dfrac{4}{7}\) ____ \(\dfrac{10}{11}\)
Equate the place values of the LHS and the RHS to find the missing blank. ____<____
Put appropriate sign: \(\dfrac{33}{77}\) ____ \(\dfrac{44}{59}\)
Equate the place values of the LHS and the RHS to find the missing blank. ____<____
Put appropriate sign: \(\dfrac{15}{37}\) ____ \(\dfrac{13}{39}\)
Equate the place values of the LHS and the RHS to find the missing blank. >
Kiara started reading a book of four hundred pages. If she read three – fifth of the book. How much is left?
Multiply the fraction read with the pages in the book to find the number of pages read. Then subtract the value from the total number of pages and find the answers.
Raj completed three fifth of a relay and Rahul completed one – third of the relay. How much did they complete together?
Add both the fractions to get the answer. A fraction represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts.
Solve: \(\dfrac{1}{3}+\dfrac{1}{4}+\dfrac{1}{5}+\dfrac{1}{7}+\dfrac{1}{11}\)
Add all the fractions to get the answer. A fraction represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts.