# Class 6 Maths Chapter 7 Fractions | Practice Problems And MCQ

MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS

FRACTIONS – Chapter 7

1. In a ———- fraction the numerator is always less than the denominator.

A. Proper fraction

B. Improper fraction

C. Mixed fraction

2. In a ———- fraction the numerator is bigger than the denominator.

A. Proper fraction

B. Improper fraction

C. Mixed fraction

3. An example of an improper fraction is ————-

A. 13/ 5

B. ½

C. ¾

4. An example of a proper fraction is —————-

A. 1/8

B. 4/3

C. 6/5

5. A ———— fraction has a combination of a whole and a part.

A. Proper fraction

B. Improper fraction

C. Mixed fraction

6. The equivalent fraction of 2/3 is —————-

A. 2/4

B. 6/9

C. 2/6

7. A fraction is said to be in the ————- form if its numerator and denominator have no common factor except 1.

A. Standard form

B. Simplest form

C. Exponential form

8. Fractions with same denominators are called ————

A. Unlike fractions

B. Like fractions

C. Mixed fractions

9. Which is the largest fraction?

A. 3/8

B. 4/8

C. 5/8

10. In 5/7, 5 is called the ————–

A. Numerator

B. Denominator

C. Quotient

11. What fraction of a day is 6 hours?

A. ½

B. ¼

C. 1/8

12. Which two fractions are not equivalent?

A. ½ and 2/4

B. 2/3 and 6/9

C. 3/5 and 3/10

13. On subtracting 3/5 from 8/5, the result is ————

A. 1

B. 11/5

C. -1

14. Which is greater?

A. 1/3

B. 1/5

C.1/8

15. The equivalent fraction of 2/5 with numerator 6 is ———-

A. 6/15

B. 12/5

C. 3/15

**ANSWERS:**

1. Proper fraction

2. Improper fraction

3. 13/5

4. 1/8

5. Mixed fraction

6. 6/9

7. Simplest form

8. like fraction

9. 5/8

10. Numerator

11. ¼

12. 3/5 and 3/10

13. 1

14. 1/3

15. 6/15