KS2 Maths Quiz
Fractions (Year 6)
The bottom number of a fraction is called the denominator.

Fractions (Year 6)

In KS2 Year Six, children should be quite comfortable when dealing with fractions in Maths. By now they should be well aware of the values of different fractions and know the difference between numerators and denominators. They should also be able to convert improper fractions into mixed numbers and be good at recognising equivalent values for proper and improper fractions.

Recognising a fraction when you see one is easy. Fractions represent part of a whole number. But not all fractions are the same type. Proper fractions have top numbers, or numerators, lower than their bottom numbers, or denominators. Improper fractions are those where the numerators are bigger than the denominators. Another way to write improper fractions is as mixed numbers where units are shown next to a proper fraction. For example, 43 is the equivalent of 113.

How good are you at recognising proper and improper fractions? Do you know the equivalent values for mixed numbers? Take this quiz and test your knowledge of fractions.

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  1. Which of these are NOT equivalent to each other?
    15 = 210
  2. Which of these statements is FALSE?
    One tenth is ten times more than one hundredth
  3. How many 11,000 in a whole one?
    1,0001,000 = 1, just as 100100 or 33 = 1
  4. What would 226 be when converted to an improper fraction?
    146 could also be written as 73
  5. What do we call the bottom number of a fraction?
    The denominator tells us the number of parts the whole is divided into
  6. What is the numerator?
    The numerator tells us how many of the equal parts there are
  7. What would 129 be when converted to a mixed number?
    129 could be written as 139, 113 or 43
  8. How do we change 310 to an equivalent fraction?
    If we multiply by 10 the equivalent fraction will be 30100
  9. Which is an equivalent of 615?
    6 ÷ 3 = 2 and 15 ÷ 3 = 5 so 25 is the same as 615
  10. How do we reduce 520 to an equivalent fraction?
    We have to find the lowest common multiple of 5 and 20 which is 5 so the equivalent will be 14

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