This worksheet is about writing one number as a fraction of another.
Example
Write 2 sweets as a fraction of 10 sweets. 

Answer
We simply write the 2 above the 10 to get two tenths or 2/10
In this worksheet, students write one number as a simple fraction of another without reducing the fraction.
Key stage: KS 2
Curriculum topic: Number: Fractions and Decimals
Curriculum subtopic: Solve Fraction Problems
Difficulty level:
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