# Lesson Worksheet: Representing Fractions as Divisions Mathematics • 5th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice representing the answer to a division problem with both a division sentence and a fraction whose denominator represents the number of shares or groups.

Q1:

If Charlotte is 5 years old, and her mother is 30 years old, what fraction of her motherβs age is Charlotte? Express the answer in the simplest form.

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Q2:

A group of tourists was taken on a tour in Paris. A survey was conducted after the tour to ask the tourists which destination they found to be the most interesting, and the results of which are shown in the table. Determine the fraction of tourists who thought the Notre Dame Cathedral was the most interesting, and express the answer in the simplest form.

 Destination Frequency Eiffel Tower Notre Dame Cathedral Seine River Church of Saint-Eustache OpΓ©ra Garnier 15 40 26 37 34
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Q3:

If Charlotte is 3 years old, and her mother is 27 years old, what fraction of her motherβs age is Charlotte? Express the answer in the simplest form.

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Q4:

Rewrite as a fraction.

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Q5:

Rewrite as a fraction.

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Q6:

Rewrite as a division.

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Q7:

Rewrite as a division.

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Q8:

A 5-meter long ribbon is cut into two equal parts. How long is each part? Give your answer in meters and as a mixed number.

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Q9:

Which representation is equivalent to ?

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Then, what is ?