RD Sharma class 6 solutions for the chapter “fractions” is given here. The questions were based on the latest syllabus of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and follow the CCE guidelines.
Fractions can be defined as a number between 0 and 1 and are expressed in the form of x/y.
In the expression, x is called numerator; while y is called denominator. It should be noted the denominator of any fraction can never be 0 since a number divided by zero can not be defined.
Fractions can be broadly classified into three types i.e.
- Proper Fractions:
Proper Fractions have their numerator part smaller than their denominator part i.e. when the Numerator< Denominator. Example: ½, ¾, ⅚, etc.
- Improper Fractions:
In improper Fractions, the numerator is either greater than or equal to the denominator i.e. when the Numerator>Denominator or Numerator=Denominator. Example: 3/2, 4/4, 5/3, etc.
- Mixed Fraction:
The mixed fractions include a whole number and a fraction. Check the examples to understand it better. Example: 3 ½, 25 ¾, etc.
Check the detailed solutions for the fractions chapter of class 6 maths by RD Sharma. The solutions are given exercise-wise in the following table. These RD Sharma Solutions for class 6 Maths are comprehensive and easy to understand.
|Chapter 6 Fractions|
|Fractions Exercise 6.1||Fractions Exercise 6.2|
|Fractions Exercise 6.3||Fractions Exercise 6.4|
|Fractions Exercise 6.5||Fractions Exercise 6.6|
|Fractions Exercise 6.7||Fractions Exercise 6.8|
|Fractions Exercise 6.9|