Lesson Worksheet: Improper Fractions Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.

Q1:

Complete the following statement: 313=101.

Q2:

Which mixed number is 116 equal to?

  • A156
  • B146
  • C116
  • D256

Q3:

Convert the fraction 5310 to a mixed number.

  • A6310
  • B3510
  • C4310
  • D310
  • E5310

Q4:

The height of a building is 657 metres. Write that height as a mixed number.

  • A957 m
  • B927 m
  • C1027 m
  • D947 m
  • E1047 m

Q5:

Complete the following statement: 778=98.

Q6:

Convert the improper fraction 43 to a mixed number.

  • A213
  • B123
  • C214
  • D114
  • E113

Q7:

Convert the improper fraction 115 to a mixed number.

  • A225
  • B145
  • C235
  • D115
  • E215

Q8:

True or False: 247=337.

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Q9:

Complete the following statement: 274=34.

Q10:

Sarah’s shopping bag weighs 517 kilograms. Express the bag’s weight as a mixed number.

  • A747 kg
  • B727 kg
  • C827 kg
  • D757 kg
  • E847 kg

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