Worksheet on Word Problems on Multiplication of Mixed Fractions

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

1. Shelly distributed a fraction of a cake among six girls. Each girl got 1/9 part of the cake. What fraction of the cake did she distribute in all?

2. Alex bought 15 kg sweets on his birthday and distributed ¾ of it among his friends. How much sweets did he distribute?

3. Victor’s weight was 60 kg. He lost 1/10 of his weight in 3 months. How much weight did he lost?

4. Kate had $ 3140. She spent 2/5 of it. What amount did she spend?

5. David had 12 l of milk in a container. He consumed ¾ of it. How much milk is consumed by him?

6. Nancy walks 3 ½ km everyday. What distance does she walk in a week?

7. Kerry read 2/3 of her chemistry book containing 420 pages. David read ¾ of the same. Who read more pages and by how many pages?

8. There are 30 students in a class. If each student is given \(\frac{1}{5}\) kg of sweets, how many kilograms of sweets are required?

9. There are 720 mangoes in a basket. \(\frac{1}{12}\) of them are spoiled. How many mangoes are there in good condition?

10. The length and breadth of a rectangular plot of land are \(\frac{2}{5}\) m and \(\frac{1}{2}\) m. Find its area.

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


1. 2/3

2. 11 1/4

3. 6 kg

4.$ 1256

5. 9 l

6. 24 ½ kg

7. David, 35 pages

8. 15 kg of sweets

9. 660 mangoes are in good condition.

3. Area = \(\frac{1}{5}\) m2

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

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