Maths Class 4th

81. Descending means from smallest to largest:

A) True

B) False

82. ¾, 5/9 , 7/12 is in which order:

A) Ascending Order

B) Descending Order

C) None of the above

83. If fractions have similar denominators, we only consider the numerator.

A) True

B) False

84. Simplify 4/36:

A) 1/13

B) 2/ 18

C) 1/9

85. A fraction with only one numerator is called:

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

86. 1/8 is an example of:

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

87. If the numerator in the fraction is less than the denominator then the fraction is called a:

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

88. 8/9 is an example of:

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

89. If the numerator is greater than the denominator than the fraction is called:

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

90. 13/2 is an example of

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

91. A_____ fraction is a whole number and a proper fraction:

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

92. 1 1/3 is an example of:

A) Unit Fraction

B) Proper Fraction

C) Improper Fraction

D) Mixed Fraction

93. An improper fraction can be written in which of the following way:

A) Mixed Fraction

B) Whole Number

C) Both A and B

D) None of the above

94. When changing the improper fraction into a mixed number, the quotient becomes :

A) The Numerator

B) The Denominator

C) Whole Number Part

D) None of the above

95. When changing the improper fraction into a Mixed number, the remainder becomes the:

A) The Numerator

B) The Denominator

C) Whole Number Part

D) None of the above

96. When changing the improper fraction into mixed number, the divisor becomes

A) The Numerator

B) The Denominator

C) Whole Number Part

D) None of the above

97. What is the step one of changing the improper fraction into a mixed number:

A) Multiplying the numerator with the denominator

B) Adding the numerator with the denominator

C) Subtracting the numerator with the denominator

D) Dividing the numerator by the denominator.

98. What is the step one of changing mixed fraction to an improper fraction:

A) Dividing the Denominator with the Whole number part

B) Multiplying the denominator with the whole number part

C) Adding the denominator with the whole number part

D) None of the above

99. We can make like denominator fractions by ______ the numerator and denominator of each fraction by the denominator of fraction.

A) Adding

B) Subtracting

C) Multiplying

D) Dividing

100. One bottle contains ¾ kg of honey and another contains 5/6 kg of honey. How much honey do the two bottles contain together?

A) 7/12

B) 1  7/12

C) 23/ 12

D) 8/10