# Free Fractions 01 Practice Test - 4th Grade

### Question 1

What is the fraction of shaded petals in the given picture? .

37

27

17

47

#### SOLUTION

Solution :A

The given figure has 7 equal parts out of which 3 are shaded.

Hence, the fraction of the shaded petals = 37

### Question 2

What fraction of natural numbers from 2 to 10 are prime numbers?

19

29

39

49

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

Natural numbers from 2 to 10 are: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Number of Natural numbers from 2 to 10 = 9

Prime numbers from 2 to 10: 2, 3, 5, 7

Number of Prime numbers from 2 to 10 = 4

Hence, the fraction of prime numbers from 2 to 10 = 49

### Question 3

Cindy had 97 candies. She gave Joey 2397 of the candies. How many candies will Joey have?

21

22

23

24

#### SOLUTION

Solution :C

It is given that Cindy had 97 candies.

She gave Joey 2397 of candies.

The total number of candies is 97 which is the whole out of which 23 candies were given to Joey.

Hence, Joey has 23 candies.

### Question 4

What is the fraction of the unshaded part?

714

78

18

614

#### SOLUTION

Solution :A

In the figure given above, there are 14 small triangles out of which 7 are unshaded.

Hence, the fraction can be represented by the unshaded portion = 714

### Question 5

What fraction of the cubes are not yellow?

49

39

29

59

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

There total number of cubes = 9

Number of red cubes = 3

Number of pink cubes = 2

Number of yellow cubes = 4

Number of cubes that are not yellow = 3 + 2 = 5

So, the fraction of cubes which are yellow

=59

### Question 6

Simon had 28 flowers in his garden. 13 flowers wilted. What fraction of flowers are still blooming in his garden now?

1328

1528

1315

515

#### SOLUTION

Solution :B

Number of flowers in Simon's garden = 28

Number of flowers that wilted = 13

Number of flower that are still blooming = Total number of flowers - Number of flowers that wilted

Number of flowers still blooming = 28 - 13 = 15

The fraction of flowers that are still blooming = 1528

### Question 7

How many one-fifths will make a whole?

1

2

5

4

#### SOLUTION

Solution :C

One-fifth is one part of a whole, where the whole is divided into five equal parts. Hence, five one-fifths will make a whole.

We can also see it numerically below.

15+15+15+15+15=55=1 whole

### Question 8

By how much is 1820 greater than 720?

720

1820

2520

1120

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

The given fractions are 1820 and 720.

They are like fractions because they have the same denominator.

As per the question we have to find the difference between them.

1820−720=18−720=1120

Hence, 1820 is greater than 720 by 1120.

### Question 9

45 is equivalent to

1215

1825

2025

1125

#### SOLUTION

Solution :A and C

Equivalent fractions are fractions which have the same value. They are obtained by multiplying both the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by the same number.

45=4×35×3=1215

45=4×55×5=2025

Hence, 45 is equivalent to 1215 and 2025.

### Question 10

57=?49

25

5

7

35

#### SOLUTION

Solution :D

Equivalent fractions are fractions which have the same value and are obtained by dividing or multiplying both the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by the same number.

Now, 49÷7=7

Therefore, 57=5×77×7=3549

Hence, the missing number is 35.