# Class 4 Fraction Worksheet

## Class 4 Fraction Questions

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When a whole is divided into 2 equal parts each part is called ½ or one half.

If a whole is divided into 3 equal parts it is called 1/3 or one third

If a whole is divided into four equal parts it is called ¼  or one fourth also called quarter

Some other fractions are

2/3 means two out of three equal parts

3/4  means 3 out of 4 equal parts

2/5 means 2 out of 5 equal parts

Three eights

Ans- 3/8

Eight tens

Ans- 8/10

Three seventh

And- 3/7

## Numerator and denominator

The number above the dividing line is called the numerator.

The number below the dividing line is called the denominator.

Write the numerator and denominator in the following fractions

2/3 = Numerator ___  Denominator ____   Ans =  N = 2 , D = 3

6/9  = Numerator ___  Denominator ____  Ans =  N = 6 , D = 9

7/8  = Numerator ___  Denominator ____  Ans =  N = 7 , D = 8

Ascending and descending order in fractions

5/5 > 4/5  > 3/5  >2/5 > 1/5   is in descending order

It means when all the denominators are the same the greater numerator has a greater value.

1/5 < 2/5  < 3/5  < 4/5  < 5/5   is in ascending order

Fractions with the same denominator are called like fractions.

Put  Greater than > or Less than  <

6/9 ……….. 2/9 =   >

### Arrange in Ascending Order.

2/9 , 7/9 , 3/9 , 5/9 =

Ans. –  2/9 , 3/9 , 5/9 , 7/9

3/10 , 2/10 , 4/10 , 9/10

Ans. – 2/10 , 3/10 , 4/10 9/10

### Arrange in descending order .

3/5 , 4/5 ,1/5 , 5/5

Ans. – 5/5 , 4/5 ,3/5 ,1/5

2/8 , 6/8 , 1/8 , 7/8

Ans.- 1/8 ,2/8 ,6/8 ,7/8

## Equivalent Fractions:-

Fractions with the same or equal value are called equivalent fractions.

Suppose we have to make an equivalent fraction of 2/3 = 2×2 /3×2 = 4/6

if you simplify 4/6 you will get 2/3.

Write equivalent fraction of 1/4.

1/4  = 2/8 , 3/12 , 4/16

2/5 + 1/5 = 3/5

when we add two or more fractions with the same denominator add the only numerator, the denominator remains the same.

3/7 + 2/7 = 5/7

## How do you multiply fractions?

To multiply fractions, multiply the numerators and then the denominators.