**Which of the drawings (a)****to (d) show:**

**(i) 2 × ^{1}/_{5} (ii) 2 × ^{1}/_{2} (iii) 3 × ^{2}/_{3} (iv) 3 × ^{1}/_{4}**

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**Solution:**

**(i) ** ** 2 × ^{1}/_{5}** represent the addition of two figures, in which 1 shaded part out of the 5 equal parts of the figure.

Hence, it represents drawing (d)

** (ii) 2 × ^{1}/_{2}** represent the addition of two figures, in which 1 shaded part out of the 2 equal parts of the figure.

Hence, it represents drawing (b)

**(iii) 3 × ^{2}/_{3} ** represent the addition of 3 figures, in which 2 shaded parts out of the 3 equal parts of the figure.

Hence, it represents drawing (a)

** (iv) 3 × ^{1}/_{4}** represent the addition of 3 figures, in which 1 shaded part out of the 4 equal parts of the figure.

Hence, it represents drawing (c)

**2. Some pictures (a) to (c) are given below. Tell which of them show:**

**Solution:**

(i) It represents drawing (c)

(ii) It represents drawing (a)

(iii) It represents drawing (b)

**3. Multiply and reduce to lowest form and convert into a mixed fraction:**

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