Worksheet on Equivalent Fractions
In worksheet on equivalent fractions, all grade students can practice the questions on equivalent fractions. This exercise sheet on equivalent fractions can be practiced by the students to get more ideas to change the fractions into equivalent fractions.
1. Write 5 equivalent fractions of each of the following:
(i) ³/₄
(ii) ⁴/₅
(iii) ⁶/₇
(iv) ⁴/₆
2. Change each of the fractions into equivalent fractions having denominator 12:
(i) ¹/₂ = \(\frac{1 × 6}{2 × 6}\) = ⁶/₁₂
(ii) ¹/₃
(iii) ³/₄
(iv) ⁵/₆
3. Change each of the fractions into equivalent fractions having denominator 24:
(i) ⁶/₁₂ = \(\frac{6 × 2}{12 × 2}\) = ¹²/₂₄
(ii) ³/₈
(iii) ²/₆
(iv) ⁴/₆
4. Which of the following pairs of fractions are equivalent and which are not:
(i) ²/₃ and ⁸/₁₂
(ii) ³/₇ and ¹²/₂₈
(iii) ⁵/₉ and ¹⁵/₂₇
(iv) ³⁶/₄₄ and ⁹/₁₁
(v) ⁴/₅ and ⁵/₄
(vi) ⁵/₉ and ²⁷/₁₅
5. Fill in the blanks:
(i) ³/₄ = \(\frac{…….}{16}\)
(ii) ⁵/₇ = \(\frac{10}{…….}\)
(iii) \(\frac{49}{…….}\) = ⁷/₁₁
(iv) \(\frac{…….}{63}\) = ²/₉
(v) \(\frac{…….}{14}\) = ²/₇
(vi) ¹⁵/₂₁ = \(\frac{5}{…….}\)
6. Write
the next four equivalent fractions for the given fractions.
(i) \(\frac{1}{3}\)
(ii) \(\frac{2}{7}\)
(iii) \(\frac{7}{11}\)
(iv) \(\frac{3}{5}\)
(v) \(\frac{5}{12}\)
7. Fill
in the correct number in the box to make them equivalent.
8. Find an equivalent fraction of \(\frac{7}{11}\) with.
(i) Numerator 35 ………………
(ii) Denominator 77 ………………
9. How many mangoes should be drawn in the empty grid to make Mango Grid equivalent to Apple Grid?
10. Change the following fractions into an equivalent fraction with numerator 18.
(i) \(\frac{2}{4}\)
(ii) \(\frac{3}{5}\)
(iii) \(\frac{6}{11}\)
(iv) \(\frac{9}{13}\)
(v) \(\frac{54}{84}\)
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