Worksheet: Identifying Mixed Numbers, Proper Fractions, and Improper Fractions

In this worksheet, we will practice identifing mixed numbers, proper fractions, and improper fractions.

Q1:

Is 1 2 9 4 3 a proper fraction, an improper fraction, or a mixed number?

  • Aimproper fraction
  • Bproper fraction
  • Cmixed number

Q2:

A proper fraction is than 1.

  • Agreater
  • Bsmaller

Q3:

If the numerator of a fraction is 7, and the denominator is ten times the numerator, what is the fraction?

  • A 7 1 7
  • B 7 7 0
  • C 1 0 7
  • D 1 7 7
  • E 7 1 0

Q4:

The numerator of a proper fraction is .

  • Agreater than or equal to its denominator
  • Bgreater than its denominator
  • Cless than or equal to its denominator
  • Dless than its denominator

Q5:

If the denominator of a fraction is 30 and its numerator is one-sixth its denominator, then the fraction is .

  • A 3 0 5
  • B 6 5
  • C 5 1 1
  • D 5 3 0
  • E 5 6

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