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Write a Number as a Fraction of Another Number

In this worksheet, students write one number as a simple fraction of another without reducing the fraction.

'Write a Number as a Fraction of Another Number' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Number: Fractions and Decimals

Curriculum subtopic:  Solve Fraction Problems

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

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

Write 4 sweets as a fraction of 14 sweets. 
 
Write 2 sweets as a fraction of 13 sweets. 
 
Write 7 sweets as a fraction of 12 sweets. 
 
Write 7 sweets as a fraction of 14 sweets. 
 
Write 5 sweets as a fraction of 15 sweets. 
 
Write 2 sweets as a fraction of 10 sweets. 
 
Write 3 sweets as a fraction of 8 sweets. 
 
Write 1 sweets as a fraction of 15 sweets. 
 
Write 3 sweets as a fraction of 14 sweets. 
 
Write 3 sweets as a fraction of 13 sweets. 
 
  • Question 1
Write 4 sweets as a fraction of 14 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
4/14
2/7
  • Question 2
Write 2 sweets as a fraction of 13 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
2/13
  • Question 3
Write 7 sweets as a fraction of 12 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
7/12
  • Question 4
Write 7 sweets as a fraction of 14 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
7/14
1/2
  • Question 5
Write 5 sweets as a fraction of 15 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
5/15
1/3
  • Question 6
Write 2 sweets as a fraction of 10 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
2/10
1/5
  • Question 7
Write 3 sweets as a fraction of 8 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
3/8
  • Question 8
Write 1 sweets as a fraction of 15 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
1/15
  • Question 9
Write 3 sweets as a fraction of 14 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
3/14
  • Question 10
Write 3 sweets as a fraction of 13 sweets. 
 
CORRECT ANSWER
3/13
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