# Fractions: Using Whole Fractions

In this worksheet, students state how many wholes are shown in the diagrams.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Fractions

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Fractions

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

A whole rectangle can be split into five fiths as shown.

This means that 15 fifths is the same as 3 whole rectangles or 3 wholes.

Notice that:

5 x 3 = 15

15 ÷ 5 = 3

How many wholes are there in 20 fifths?

How many wholes are there in 25 fifths?

How many wholes are there in 4 halves?

How many wholes are there in 14 halves?

How many wholes are there in 8 quarters?

How many wholes are there in 20 quarters?

How many wholes are there in 15 thirds?

How many wholes are there in 21 thirds?

How many wholes are there in 20 tenths?

How many wholes are there in 60 tenths?

• Question 1

How many wholes are there in 20 fifths?

4
• Question 2

How many wholes are there in 25 fifths?

5
• Question 3

How many wholes are there in 4 halves?

2
• Question 4

How many wholes are there in 14 halves?

7
• Question 5

How many wholes are there in 8 quarters?

2
• Question 6

How many wholes are there in 20 quarters?

5
• Question 7

How many wholes are there in 15 thirds?

5
• Question 8

How many wholes are there in 21 thirds?

7
• Question 9

How many wholes are there in 20 tenths?

2
• Question 10

How many wholes are there in 60 tenths?

6
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