PARTS OF NATURAL NUMBERS PROBLEMS (2) To see the answer, pass your mouse over the colored area. Parts, plural. 16. a) Let this straight line represent 6, and divide it into thirds.
16. a) (You must cut the line how many times?) 14. b) What number is the third part of 6? 2 16.
c) How much are 17. How do we find two thirds of any number?
Name 18. How much is two thirds of 15? 10 18? 12 12? 8 24? 16 9? 6 3? 2 19. a) Let this straight line represent 32, and divide it into fourths.
17. a) (You must cut the line how many times?) 17. b) What number is the fourth part of 32? 8 17.
c) How much are 20. How do we find three fourths of any number?
Name 21. How much is three fourths of 20? 15 12? 9 8? 6 24? 18 16? 12 4? 3 22. How do we find any parts, plural? First name the part, "One." Then multiply. 23. How much is four fifths of 15? 12 10? 8 30? 24 45? 36 20? 16 5? 4 24. How much is
25. Parts of 100%. What percent is each of the following? 25. a) Three fourths of 100%. 75% 25. b) Two fifths of 100%. 40% 25. c) Three fifths of 100%. 60% 25. d) Four fifths of 100%. 80% 25. e) Two hundredths of 100%. 2% 25. f) Nine hundredths of 100%. 9% 25. g) Ninety-nine hundredths of 100%. 99% 25. h) Eight tenths of 100%. 80% 25. i) Three twentieths of 100%. 15% 26. a) Into 24. b) Each number less than 6 is which part of 6, or which parts of 6? 1 is the sixth part of 6. 2 is two sixths, and also the third part, of 6. 3 is three sixths, and also half of 6. 4 is four sixths, and also two thirds, of 6. 5 is five sixths of 6. Continue on to the next Lesson. or Return to the previous section. Please make a donation to keep TheMathPage online. Copyright © 2012 Lawrence Spector Questions or comments? E-mail: themathpage@nyc.rr.com |