# Learn Fractions in a unique way

In this quiz, You will find a unique way to look at fractions and their problems. Each problem is designed in an engaging way. So that you do not lose your interest while doing this quiz. We have also included some pictorial representation in problems to make you feel the fractions.

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Marcus marked the numbers 5/7 and 6/13 on the number line by violet dots but forgot to write it. Now he is confused about which dot shows which number. Help him in finding it out.

First dot is representing 5/7

Second dot is representing 5/7

First dot is representing 6/13

Second dot is representing 6/13

Which sign should be there in between the given numbers.

Which statement is correct about the fractional numbers shown in the given number line?

7/8 is less than 8/7 as it is farther left on the number line.

7/8 is greater than 8/7 as it is farther left on the number line.

8/7 is less than 7/8 as it is farther right on the number line.

8/7 is greater than 7/8 as it is farther right on the number line.

Mike is solving fraction problems. Help him in match-making the following problem.

Add the fraction of black colored part in the given circles.

3/2

2/2

3/4

5/4

Which equation is being represented by the given number line?

1/1 + 4/4 + 6/4 = 14/4

1/4 + 4/4 + 2/4 = 7/4

1/3 + 4/3 + 2/3 = 7/3

1 + 5/4 + 2/4 = 11/4

Solve the following equation and find the value of m.

13/10 + 70/100 = m/100 + 17/10

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25

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Emma ran 3/4 of a km each day for a week. Lisa ran 5/4km each day for 4 days. And Sarah ran 2/4 of a km each day for 9 days. Find out who ran more kilometers in total.

Emma

Lisa

Sarah

Calculate the violet part of the given figure.

2/3 + 2/3 + 2/3 + 2/3

4 * 1/3

4 * 2/3

1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3

Fill the blank space and complete the following equation.

3/8 * 4 = 3/16 * ##8##

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Title: Learn Fractions in a unique way
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