Worksheet on Word Problems on Division of Mixed Fractions

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on division of mixed fractions. We know to solve the problems on dividing mixed fractions first we need to convert them into improper fractions and then we divide as usual.

1. The product of two numbers is 1 1/17. If one of them is 7 1/5, find the other number.

2. Rex walks 3 1/7 km in 1 ¼ hours. At the same speed, how long will he go in 1 hour?

3. Sam constructs ¾ of the wall in 1 2/3 days. How many days will he need to construct the wall?

4. Jack cut 1 1/17 m ribbon into pieces of 2/17 m each. How many pieces did he cut?

5. Mike completes 2/3 of a work in 25 ½ hours. How many hours does he need to finish the whole work?

6. Adam reads 1/3 part of a book in 2 1/7 hours. How much time will he need to read the whole book?

7. David bought 5 7/9 kg of sugar and consumed it in 45 days. How much did he consume each day?

8. Maria consumed 4 5/9 l oil in 30 days. If she consumed the same quantity of oil each day, how much did she consume each day?

9. Benton cut a 25 cm long ribbon into some pieces. Each piece was 1 2/3 cm long. How many pieces did she cut?

10. Clive worked hard but could complete only 1/3 of his work in 5 days. How many more days does he need to finish the whole work?

11. Find the number that gives 2 4/5 when multiplied by 2 1/3.


Answers for the worksheet on word problems on division of mixed fractions are given below.


1. 5/34

2. 2 18/35

3. 2 2/9 days

4. 9

5. 38 1/4 days

6. 6 3/7 hours

7. 52/405 kg

8. 41/270 l

9. 15 pieces

10. 10 days

11. 1 1/5

Related Concept

Fraction of a Whole Numbers

Representation of a Fraction

Equivalent Fractions

Properties of Equivalent Fractions

Like and Unlike Fractions

Comparison of Like Fractions

Comparison of Fractions having the same Numerator

Types of Fractions

Changing Fractions

Conversion of Fractions into Fractions having Same Denominator

Conversion of a Fraction into its Smallest and Simplest Form

Addition of Fractions having the Same Denominator

Subtraction of Fractions having the Same Denominator

Addition and Subtraction of Fractions on the Fraction Number Line

4th Grade Math Activities

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