Term 3 Fractions Book Back Questions

6th Standard

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Time : 01:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 30
    3 x 1 = 3
  1. Which of the following statement is incorrect?

    (a)

    \({1\over2}>{1\over3}\)

    (b)

    \({7\over8}>{6\over7}\)

    (c)

    \({8\over9}>{9\over10}\)

    (d)

    \({10\over11}>{9\over10}\)

  2. The difference between \(3\over7\)and \(2\over9\) is

    (a)

    13/63

    (b)

    1/9

    (c)

    1/7

    (d)

    9/16

  3. Pugazh has been given four choices for his pocket money by his father. Which of the choices should he take in order to get the maximum money?

    (a)

    2/3 of Rs.150

    (b)

    3/5 of Rs.150

    (c)

    1/5  of Rs.150

    (d)

    4/5  of Rs.150

  4. 3 x 1 = 3
  5. \(5{1\over3}-3{1\over2}=\)_______

    ()

    \(1{5\over6}\)

  6. \(8\div{1\over2}=\)_____

    ()

    1

  7. The number which has its own reciprocal is ________

    ()

    1

  8. 4 x 1 = 4
  9. The sum of any two proper fractions is always an improper fraction

    (a) True
    (b) False
  10. The mixed fraction of \(13\over4\)is \(3{1\over4}\)

    (a) True
    (b) False
  11. The reciprocal of an improper fraction is always a proper fraction

    (a) True
    (b) False
  12. \(3{1\over4}\times3{1\over 3}=9{1\over16}\)

    (a) True
    (b) False
  13. 3 x 2 = 6
  14. From his office, a person wants to reach his house on foot which is at a distance of \(5{3\over4}\)km. If he had walked \(2{1\over 2}km\)  how much distance still he has to walk to reach his house?

  15. Which is smaller? The difference between \(2{1\over2}\ and\ 3{2\over3}\) or the sum of \(1{1\over2}\ and\ 2{1\over4}\)

  16. Mangai bought \(6{3\over4}\)kg of apples. If Kalai bought \(1{1\over2}\) times as Mangai bought, then how many kilograms of apples did Kalai buy?

  17. 3 x 3 = 9
  18. Add \(2\over3\)and\(3\over5\)

  19. Simplify: \({3\over7}+{2\over3}\)

  20. Simplify: \({3\over4}-{1\over2}\)

  21. 1 x 5 = 5
  22. Convert mixed fractions into improper fractions and vice versa:
    \(i)3{7\over 18}\)
    \(ii) {99\over7}\)
    \(iii){47\over6}\)
    \(iv) 12{1\over9}\)

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