# Worksheet on Fractions and Decimals on Number Line

Practice the questions provided in the worksheet on fractions and decimals on number line. The questions are based on representing fractions and decimals by marking the point on a number line to know the relationship between fractions and decimals.

1. Draw a number line to represent fractions; 1/5, 2 2/5, -1 2/5 and -3/5

2. Represent the following fraction on the same number line:

(i) 5/4  (ii) 3/4 (iii) - 3 1/4 (iv) - 3/4

3. Represent the following decimals on the same number line:

(i) 0.3 (ii) 3.3 (iii) -1.5 (iv) -2.9

4. Represent the following decimal fraction on the same number line:

(i) 2.5 (ii) 3.5 (iii) -3 (iv) -4.5

5. Draw a number line to represent:

(i) 2 1/2 (ii) 3.7 (iii) -3 ½ (iv) -5

6. If P = -7/2 and Q = 2.5 are two points on the same number line; use the number line to find the distance between P and Q.

7. If X = 3.25 and Y = -1/4 are two points on the same number line; use the number line to find the distance between X and Y.

8. Use a Number line to find the distance between point P and Q, if:

(i) P = 5.4 and Q = 4/5 (ii) P = -9.5 and Q = -3½

9. If M = -5/4 and N = 3.5 are two points on the same number line; use the number line to find the distance between M and N.

10. If X = 7.25 and Y = -7/8 are two points on the same number line; use the number line to find the distance between X and Y.

Answers for the worksheet on fractions and decimals on number line are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.

6. PQ = 6

7. XY = 3.5

8. (i) PQ = 4.6 (ii) PQ = 6

9. 4.75

10. 8.125

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