CBSE /Class 5
Maths MCQ Based On Fraction
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CBSE Class 5 Maths Fraction
Divide the whole by the number of sharing portions to get the individual's share.
The ratio of shaded to unshaded squares remains the same. So,16 squares is equivalent to 32 squares.
Observe the total number of parts and the shaded parts.
16 squares = 32 squares
For like fractions, denominators must be same.
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