# Hairu and the numbers part 12 (Math Question)

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Lower primary school mathematics question LPQ30

LPQ30-1.  Which of the following fraction is equivalent to 16/24  ?

(1)     1/2             (2)      2/3

(3)      1/4            (4)     3/8

LPQ30-2.  14/16  – ?/8   = 3/8

(1)  17              (2)  11

(3)  8                (4)  4

LPQ30-3.  What are the missing numbers in the boxes below?

(1)  A = 3, B = 8                      (2)  A = 3, B = 25

(3)  A = 4, B = 16                    (4)  A = 4, B = 25

LPQ30-4.  Which one of the following fractions is greater than 1/5 ​ but smaller than  2/5​  ?

(1)      1/6                              (2)    2/10

(3)     3/5                             (4)   3/10

Solution:

LPQ30-1.  Which of the following fraction is equivalent to 16/24  ?

(1)     1/2             (2)      2/3

(3)      1/4            (4)     3/8

LPQ30-2.  14/16  – ?/8   = 3/8

(1)  17              (2)  11

(3)  8                (4)  4

LPQ30-3.  What are the missing numbers in the boxes below?

(1)  A = 3, B = 8                      (2)  A = 3, B = 25

(3)  A = 4, B = 16                    (4)  A = 4, B = 25

4 × 3 = 12, A = 4

5 × 5 = 25, B = 25

LPQ30-4.  Which one of the following fractions is greater than 1/5 ​ but smaller than  2/5​  ?

(1)      1/6                              (2)    2/10

(3)     3/5                             (4)   3/10

1/5 = 2/10 and 2/5 = 4/10

In between them is 3/10