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## Dividing Mixed Fractions Worksheets with Answers PDF

**Example 1.
**Sindhu has 7 mangoes. She wants to share them with her friends. If Sindhu wants to give 1 \(\frac {2}{5} \) of the mango to each of her friends, Find how many friends will get some mango?

**Solution:**

No. of mangoes Sindhu has=7

Sindhu gives mango to each of her friend=1 \(\frac {2}{5} \)

No. of friends will get Mangoes= 7 Ã·1 \(\frac {2}{ 5} \)

=7 Ã· \(\frac {7}{ 5} \)

=\(\frac {7Ã— 5}{ 7 Ã— 1} \)

=\(\frac {35}{7} \)

=5

Therefore, 5 friends will get some mangoes.

**Example 2.
**Anand bought 10 gallons of green paint for painting the rooms in the office. If each room requires 1 \(\frac {1}{9} \) of a gallon of paint. How many rooms will get painted?

**Solution:**

No. of gallons of paint bought for painting the rooms=10

No. ofÂ gallons of paint required for each room=1 \(\frac {1}{9} \)

No. of rooms will get painted=10 Ã·1 \(\frac {1}{9} \)

=10 Ã· \(\frac {10}{9} \)

= \(\frac {10Ã— 9}{ 10 Ã— 1} \)

=\(\frac {90}{ 10} \)

=9

Therefore, 9 rooms will get painted.

**Example 3.
**If Janaki runs 1 \(\frac {1}{4} \) of a kilometer per hour. How many hours would it take to run 5 km?

**Solution:**

No. of kilometers Janaki runs per hour=1 \(\frac {1}{4} \)

No. of hours required for running 5 km =5 Ã·1 \(\frac {1}{4} \)=5 Ã· \(\frac {5}{4} \)

=5 Ã—\(\frac {4}{5} \)

=20/5\(\frac {20}{5} \)

=4 hours

Therefore, Janaki requires 4 hours to run 5 km.

**Example 4.
**Suppose Grishma has 20 apples and you give each of your friends 1 \(\frac {1}{4} \) of an apple. Find how many friends Grishma has?

**Solution:**

No. of apples Grishma has=20

Each friend will get an apple=1 \(\frac {1}{4} \)

No. of Friends Grishma has=20 Ã·1 \(\frac {1}{4} \)

= 20 Ã· \(\frac {5}{4} \)

=20 Ã— \(\frac {4}{5} \)

=\(\frac {180}{5} \)

=36

Therefore, Grishma has 36 friends.

**Example 5.
**Bhaskar got a plant in the garden. It grows 1 \(\frac {3}{4} \) inches every month, How long it will take time for a plant to grow 9 \(\frac {1}{4} \)Â inches?

**Solution:**

The plant grows every month=1 \(\frac {3}{4} \)

Time is taken for the plant to grow 9 \(\frac {1}{4} \) inches = 1 \(\frac {3}{4} \) Ã· Â 9 \(\frac {1}{4} \)

=\(\frac {7}{4} \)Ã·\(\frac {37}{4} \)

=\(\frac {7 Ã— 4}{37 Ã— 4} \)

=\(\frac {28}{148} \)

=\(\frac {7}{37} \)

Therefore, the time taken for a plant to grow 9 \(\frac {1}{4} \) inches is \(\frac {7}{37} \).

**Example 6.
**Priya’s house is under construction, She is going to use tiles for the floor. The tile is in a square shape which is \(\frac {4}{5} \) feet wide. The size of the room is 12 \(\frac {1}{8} \) feet wide, how many tiles are required to cover the width of the room?

**Solution:**

The width of the tile = \(\frac {4}{5} \)

Size of the room=12 \(\frac {1}{8} \)

Tiles required to cover the width of the room= \(\frac {4}{5} \) Ã·12 \(\frac {1}{8} \)

=\(\frac {4}{5} \)Â Ã· \(\frac {97}{8} \)

=\(\frac {4 Ã— 8}{5 Ã— 97} \)

=\(\frac {32}{485} \)

Therefore, \(\frac {32}{485} \) tiles required to cover the width of the room.

**Example 7.
**Rithu has a material which is of length 1 \(\frac {2}{8} \) m, she wants to cut pieces that are \(\frac {1}{4} \) m long. How many pieces can she cut?

**Solution:**

Ritu has a material which is of length= 1 \(\frac {2}{8} \)

The length of pieces=\(\frac {1}{4} \)

Total no. of pieces Ritu can cut= 1 \(\frac {2}{8} \)Â Ã·\(\frac {1}{4} \)

= \(\frac {10}{8} \) Ã· \(\frac {1}{4} \)

=\(\frac {5}{4} \)Â Ã· \(\frac {1}{4} \)

=\(\frac {5 Ã— 4}{4Ã— 1} \)

=\(\frac {20}{4} \)

=5

Therefore, the total no. of pieces Ritu can cut is 5.

**Example 8.
**Prasanti has 1 \(\frac {1}{3} \) of an hour to answer the problems in the maths examination. If it takes Prasanti \(\frac {1}{3} \)Â of an hour to answer one problem, How many problems she can answer in the exam in the time left?

**Solution:**

Prasanti has the time to answer the exam= 1 \(\frac {1}{3} \)

Time is taken by Prasanti to answer one problem= \(\frac {1}{3} \)

No. of Problems Prasanti can answer = 1 \(\frac {1}{3} \) Ã· \(\frac {1}{3} \)

=\(\frac {4}{3} \) Ã· \(\frac {1}{3} \)

=\(\frac {4 Ã— 3}{3 Ã— 1} \)

=\(\frac {12}{3} \)

=4

Therefore, Prasanti can answer 4 problems in the time left.

**Example 9.
**A wood that is 14 \(\frac {1}{3} \) feet long is cut into 5 pieces. Find how many feet long is each piece?

**Solution:**

Length of the wood = 14 \(\frac {1}{3} \)

No. of pieces of wood=5

Each piece is of length= 14 \(\frac {1}{3} \) Ã· 5

=\(\frac {44}{3} \) Ã· 5

=\(\frac {44 Ã— 1}{3 Ã— 5} \)

=\(\frac {44}{15} \)

=2Â \(\frac {14}{15} \)

Therefore, the length of each piece is 2 \(\frac {14}{15} \) .

**Example 10.
**Anusha completes \(\frac {1}{4} \) part of the shopping in 1 \(\frac {1}{6} \) hours. How much time she will take to complete the shopping?

**Solution:**

Time is taken by Anusha to complete the \(\frac {1}{4} \)Â part of shopping = 1 \(\frac {1}{6} \)

Time is taken by Anusha to complete the shopping =1 \(\frac {1}{6} \)Â Ã· \(\frac {1}{4} \)

= \(\frac {7}{6} \) Ã· \(\frac {1}{4} \)

=\(\frac {7 Ã— 4}{6 Ã— 1} \) =\(\frac {28}{6} \)=4 \(\frac {2}{3} \).

Therefore, Anusha takes 4 \(\frac {2}{3} \) hours to complete the shopping.