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ID : F-5-Fractions [1]

Grade 5
Fractions
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Answer the questions


(1)

Shade the images to show the following fraction addition.


+

12

12
and

(2)

makes

Ruth and Carol have bookshelves of the same size and holding books of the same sizes. Ruth's
shelf is

2
3

full and Carol's shelf is

3
4

full. If 70 more books of the same size are distributed

among them, then they can fill their shelves completely. How many books does Carol have today?
(3)

(4)

Convert the following to a mixed fraction :

139
8

If sum of both diagonals are same, find the missing value.


9
19
6

19

19
6
19

19

19

19

19

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ID : F-5-Fractions [2]

Choose correct answer(s) from given choice


(5)

Joseph is reading a book titled 'Creatures of the Deep Sea', and this book has 261 pages. Joseph
manages to read

(6)

1
29

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

a. 23

b. 243

c. 31

d. 18

There are two teams of two people each competing in a relay race. The race is for 1km, and each
member of a team has to run 500 meters
Karen and Donald are in one team, and the Sandra twins form the second team.
Karen can run 500 meters in 1

29
60

Donald can run 500 meters in 2

1
4

minutes.

minutes.

Each of the Sandra twins can run 500 meters in 1

49

minutes.

60

Which pair wins the race and by how much time?

(7)

a. Sandra twins win the race by 6 seconds

b. Sandra twins win the race by 2 seconds

c. Karen and Donald win the race by 6 seconds

d. Karen and Donald win the race by 2 seconds

Paul ate

4
5

of a pizza and his friend Nancy ate

1
10

of the pizza. How much total pizza did they

eat altogether?
a.

c.

8
10
10
9

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b.

d.

9
10
9
1

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ID : F-5-Fractions [3]

Fill in the blanks


(8)

Convert the following decimal numbers as Fraction or Mixed Fraction (Simplification is not
required):
A)

B)
55.29 =

801.3 =

C)

D)
39.2 =

(9)

Convert the following to mixed fractions:


A)

67
9

D)

57
8

(10)

754.1 =

B)
=

89
11

E)
=

79
10

C)
=

86
14

F)
=

31
5

The local community park has space allocated for jogging, music, and sports.

been allocated for sports, and out of the sports area

ratio of the park is given for playing football is

2
3

3
29

of the park has

has been given for playing football. The

(11) The table below shows the number of books read by five children in one month.
Name

Number of books

William

Sharon

24

Deborah

Lisa

13

Jennifer

18

If William read 4 books more than


then William read

1
4

of the total number of books read by the other four children,

books in a month.

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ID : F-5-Fractions [4]

(12) Write the following in short form (decimal number) :


A)

B)

3000 + 400 + 70 + 4 +

100
5

5000 + 500 + 50 + 7 +

1000
1

10

100

5
1000

(13) Subtract the following fractions and reduce them to the simplest form:
A)

3
D)

29
20

(14)

B)

3
-

93

1
5

63
E)

23

8
7
8
3

C)
=

19
2

F)
=

93
90

5
2
3
9

Carol has 864 toffees that she wants to distribute on her birthday. She distributes

the class. Out of the remaining toffees, she distributes


remaining with her is

3
4

2
3

of these in

to her teachers. The number of toffees

(15) Fill in the blank with short form of decimal number:


A)

B)

400 + 30 + 4 +

500 + 10 + 3 +

3
10
5
10

8
100
6
100

3
1000
7
1000

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ID : F-5-Fractions [5]

Answers
(1)

12

12
+

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(2)

90
Step 1
We first need to find out the total amount of empty space in both these shelves together.
Step 2
2

Ruth has a

full shelf. So, we need to figure out what fraction is empty.

We can calculate that as 1 -

2
3

Step 3
Similarly Carol has 1 -

fraction of her 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-

7
12

Step 5
Now we are also told that if we distribute 70 among Ruth and Carol then the shelves will be
filled.
So the fraction

7
12

of the shelves can be filled using 70 books.

Step 6
So we see that the total number of books that can be held in a shelf is
70

7
12

= 120.

So each shelf can hold 120 books.


Step 7
We also know Carol has

120 x

(3)
17
(4)

3
4

3
4

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

= 90

3
8

26
19

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ID : F-5-Fractions [7]

(5)

d. 18

(6)

a. Sandra twins win the race by 6 seconds


Step 1
Time taken by Karen and Donald to finish 1km relay race,
= Time taken by Karen to run 500 meters + Time taken by Donald to run 500 meters
= 1
= 4

29
60
11
15

+ 2

minutes

minutes

= 224 seconds
Step 2
Time taken by Sandra twins to finish 1km relay race,
= 2 Time taken by Sandra to run 500 meters
=2 1

49

minutes

60

= 218 seconds
Step 3
Since Sandra twins take 6 seconds less than Karen and Donald, they win race by 6 seconds.
(7)

(8)

b.
A)
C)

(9)

(10)
(11)

9
10
29

100

55

20

100

39

B)
D)

80130
1

10

100
754

A)

B)

11

C)

14

D)

E)

10

F)

29

20

(12) A)
B)

3474.034
5557.515

(13) A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

F)

10

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ID : F-5-Fractions [8]

(14)

72

(15) A)
B)

434.383
513.567

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