Here is the list of fraction maths exercises available online for free. Each corrected exercise is accompanied by indications, reminders of the course, methodological advice which allows you to practise independently.

20 exercises
• N°1129 (fractions) : This activity on fractions allows to practice simplifying an integer fraction using the GCD.

Exercise example :

Simplify the following fraction 7/14.

• N°1130 (fractions) : This corrected exercise on fractions aims to complete a fractional expression so that an equality is verified.

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By what value must the following expression 10/4=.../36 be completed for the equality to be verified?

• N°1131 (fractions) : The purpose of this corrected fraction exercise is to simplify a fractional expression.

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Write in the form of a fraction or a whole number the following expression: 1/4*14.

• N°1132 (fractions) : The purpose of this exercise is to give an approximate value to one decimal place of an algebraic.

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Give an approximate value to one decimal place of the following expression: 10/17*19

• N°1219 (fractions) : The purpose of this exercise is to compare two fractions, choosing the appropriate comparison operator from the list provided.

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Compare the following fractions 6/4...5/4.

• N°1220 (fractions) : This corrected exercise aims to practice addition, subtraction or multiplication of 2 fractions.

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Perform the following calculation 3/5*4/6.

• N°1312 (fractions) : The objective of this exercise is to put the product of a number by the inverse of another number in fraction form.

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Put in the form a*1/b the following fraction 19/6

• N°1314 (fractions) : The objective of this activity is to simplify a fraction whose numerator and denominator are composed of products of whole numbers.

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Simplify the following fraction (3*3)/(8*3).

• N°1315 (fractions) : This exercise allows to learn how to simplify a fraction whose numerator and denominator are composed of product of relative numbers.

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Put in the form of an irreducible fraction: -5*8/(9*6).

• N°1316 (fractions) : The objective of this exercise is to simplify a fraction whose numerator and denominator are fractions, in other words, a fraction of fractions.

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Put in the form of an irreducible fraction: ((2)/(-4))/((6)/(9)).

• N°1328 (fractions) : The objective of this solved exercise is to compare two fractions using the correct operator.

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Compare the following two expressions 90/10 ... 27/10.

• N°1329 (fractions) : The objective of this math exercise is to frame a fraction using two decimal numbers.

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Give a frame to the nearest 10^-1 of the following fraction 25/4.

• N°1429 (fractions) : The purpose of this exercise is to put a fraction into its irreducible form.

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Put the following fraction in its irreducible form: 144/210.

• N°1434 (fractions) : The objective of this corrected calculus exercise is to simplify an expression containing fractions.

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Write D as an irreducible fraction: D = ((9/6+5/7)*2)/8

• N°1436 (fractions) : The objective of this exercise is to reduce a fraction, simplify a square root, and calculate a fraction that contains powers.

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Let A=3/8+10/6-8/4 , B=-8*sqrt(24)-4*sqrt(216)-5*sqrt(54)-1*sqrt(54) and C=(18*10^5*3*10^6)/(6*10^11)
1. Compute A and give the result as an irreducible fraction.
2. Write B in the form a*(sqrt(6)) where a is a relative integer.
3. Write C as an integer.

• N°1437 (fractions) : The objective of this exercise is to calculate the gcd of two numbers and simplify a fraction.

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1. Compute the GCD of the numbers 5104 and 968.
2. Write the fraction 5104/968 in irreducible form.

• N°1520 (fractions) : The purpose of this exercise is to simplify a fraction using the decomposition of a number into a product of prime factors.

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Write in the form of an irreducible fraction the following fraction (40*28)/(35*24) using the decomposition into prime factors.

• N°1539 (fractions) : The purpose of this exercise is to use algebraic computation techniques to determine the irreducible form of a division of fractions.

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Put into irreducible fraction form: ((-9)/(20))/((-36)/(-15)).

• N°1541 (fractions) : The purpose of this corrected calculus exercise is to use algebraic calculus techniques to simplify a product of fractions.

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Put into irreducible fraction form: ((-9)/(20))/((-36)/(-15)).

• N°14110 (fractions) : The purpose of this corrected math exercise is to simplify a square root.

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Write in the form sqrt(a)/b, the following expression 1/sqrt(360), where a and b represent two integers.