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Grade 6

Fractions | Exercise 7.1

Question 2

Q1) Write the fraction representing the shaded portion.

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

(x)

Solution 1:

(i) Total no. of portions = 4

No. of shaded portions = 2

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{2}{4}

(ii) Total no. of portions = 9

No. of shaded portions = 8

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{8}{9}

(iii) Total no. of portions = 8

No. of shaded portions = 4

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{4}{8}

(iv) Total no. of portions = 4

No. of shaded portions = 1

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{1}{4}

(v) Total no. of portions = 7

No. of shaded portions = 3

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{3}{7}

(vi) Total no. of portions = 12

No. of shaded portions = 3

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{3}{12}

(vii) Total no. of portions = 10

No. of shaded portions = 10

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{10}{10}

(viii) Total no. of portions = 9

No. of shaded portions = 4

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{4}{9}

(ix) Total no. of portions = 8

No. of shaded portions = 4

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{4}{8}

(x) Total no. of portions = 2

No. of shaded portions = 1

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{1}{2}

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Question 2

Q1) Write the fraction representing the shaded portion.

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

(ix)

(x)

Solution 1:

(i) Total no. of portions = 4

No. of shaded portions = 2

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{2}{4}

(ii) Total no. of portions = 9

No. of shaded portions = 8

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{8}{9}

(iii) Total no. of portions = 8

No. of shaded portions = 4

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{4}{8}

(iv) Total no. of portions = 4

No. of shaded portions = 1

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{1}{4}

(v) Total no. of portions = 7

No. of shaded portions = 3

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{3}{7}

(vi) Total no. of portions = 12

No. of shaded portions = 3

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{3}{12}

(vii) Total no. of portions = 10

No. of shaded portions = 10

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{10}{10}

(viii) Total no. of portions = 9

No. of shaded portions = 4

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{4}{9}

(ix) Total no. of portions = 8

No. of shaded portions = 4

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{4}{8}

(x) Total no. of portions = 2

No. of shaded portions = 1

Therefore,

Fraction = \frac{1}{2}

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