Fractions and Decimals Worksheet
Multiple Choice Questions
- If you eat th part of a cake every day. In how many days, will you be able to eat the cake completely?
(a) Two days
(b) Two and a half days
(c) Three days
(d) Three and a half days - While preparing Rangoli for Diwali celebration, Jaya fills of its part with blue color and make a design with yellow color in the part of the blue area. Which of the following fractional part represent the area designed with yellow color?
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d) - There are 495 pages in a Mathematics book. By the end of August, Heena finished practicing part of the book. How many pages still remaining for practice?
(a) 99
(b) 100
(c) 395
(d) 396 - Lata has ordered a cold coffee and she drinks of it in one sip. She then drinks part from the remaining cold coffee. How much coffee is still left in the glass?
(a) part
(b) part
(c) part
(d) part - As the summer vacation starts, every student has got some homework for the next academic year. Rishabh has got a homework to write 500 words essay on any topic of his choice. If he finished writing of it in 5 days, how many more days will he require to complete the essay?
(a) 5
(b) 10
(c) 15
(d) 20 - Radhika has bought 2 packets of Rava (1 kg in each packet) and divided each kg into equal number of parts. She then prepares Upma by taking part from the total amount of Rava. Each member of a family took part from the prepared Upma. How many members are there in the family?
(a) 8
(b) 4
(c) 2
(d) 1 - Length of a red bus is 9.6 m. There are 5 more yellow buses parked in the depot each with length equal to half of the length of red bus. What is the combined length of yellow buses?
(a) 48 m
(b) 57.6 m
(c) 24 m
(d) 33.6 m - Take any decimal number and divide it by half of 1. The number we get after division
(a) is same as the number taken
(b) is double the number taken
(c) is half of the number taken
(d) cannot be determined - When we divide a decimal number by 1000 and then by 100, by how many places will the decimal point shift?
(a) 3 places to the right
(b) 3 places to the left
(c) 5 places to the right
(d) 5 places to the left - Neetu walks 7.5 km in 1 and half hour. How much distance would she cover in 1 hour?
(a) 2.5 km
(b) 5 km
(c) 7.5 m
(d) 15 km
Subjective Questions - Rajnish has made 50 Gulab jamuns using a 250 grams Gulab jamun powder. He separated of the total number of Gulab jamuns to distribute among his friends. How many Gulab jamuns are still left?
- In every morning walk, Kalpana covers part of the ground. How much more does she need to walk every day so that the distance covered is a multiple of the length of the ground?
- Take a circle and divide it into 4 parts. Now take the part from one of the 4 parts. Will the resulting fraction be greater than or Justify your answer.
- There are 10 classrooms on each floor in a school and distance between each of them is m. What is the distance between the rightmost and the leftmost classrooms?
- Naina ate part of the pizza and left the remaining for her family members. If there are 7 members in the family, what part of a complete pizza would each member get?
- Divide by the reciprocal of . What is reciprocal of the resulting fraction?
- Eshan went to a super mart and bought 5.5 kg of Sugar. If 1 kg of Sugar is at Rs. 38.5, how much money did Eshan spend for buying Sugar?
- Three straight wood scales of lengths 5.6 cm, 10.8 cm and 9.4 cm are joined using fevicol. If we then break this large scale into 4 small scales of equal length, what is the length of each small scale?
- A ball travels 382.5 m in 2.3 minutes. What is the average distance covered by the ball per minute?
- One popcorn packet costs Rs. 9.5. If Kriti bought 13 packets and a half more, how much does she have to pay?
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