 # Fractions Worksheets

Fractions Worksheets are designed with a vision to improve the mathematical skills of the students who want to learn more about Fractions. These worksheets cover all the basic concepts of Fractions for the CBSE class 6 students.

Every year, the CBSE or the central board of secondary education conducts the final term, summative assessment 1 and 2 for all the CBSE schools. These maths worksheets for class 7 are compiled to help the students to achieve good marks in the exam.

The questions are all based on the NCERT as well as the CBSE Syllabus Guidelines. The students need to keep up with the basic concepts before referring to these worksheets for class 8 to gain excellence that will help them to score more marks in the CBSE examination.

A fraction is written in its simplified form if the numerator and denominator have no common factor. In other words, it is impossible to find a number that is a divisor to both the numerator and the denominator in a fraction’s simplified form. A common fraction is technically the correct term. We will just use a fraction in these materials if there is no room for confusion. The word fraction comes from the Latin stem fraction, which means “breaking into pieces.”

The concept of fractions and the relations between fractions and other types of numbers, like many abstract math formulas and concepts, is not always easy to understand. The techniques for solving both simple and complex equations involving fractions are explained first before solving the problems. As well, complete worksheets are provided, starting with very simple and basic equations and progressing to extremely complex equations requiring the application of a full range of operations with fractions.

Single-step questions (requiring a basic knowledge and understanding of the topic presented in the worksheets) and multi-step questions (requiring a complete knowledge of all of the concepts presented in the worksheets to that point) are also presented.

## Fractions Worksheet For Class 6

1. Find ⅝ of 32.
2. Represent each of the given fraction on the number line:a) ⅜ b) 4/7 c) 2/5
3. Convert the following into mixed fractions:a) 103/12 b) 117/20 c) 81/11

## Fractions Worksheet For Class 7

1. Find the sum :a) ⅝ + 3/10

b) 37/41 +19/30

c) 2(⅗) +4(7/10) + 2(4/15)

2. What should be added to 5(3/7) to get 12?
3. Find the area of a rectangular park which is 41(⅔) m long and 18(⅗) m broad.