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Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Worksheets
Journey through this ensemble of printable multiplying fractions with whole numbers worksheets, and be au fait with the steps followed in multiplying proper, improper, and unit fractions, and mixed numbers by whole number multipliers. With oodles of practice in using repeated addition to multiply fractions, finding the product of fractions and whole numbers, our exercises come in handy for students of grade 4, grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7. Instantly evaluate with the answer keys provided. Make headway with our free multiplying fractions by whole numbers worksheets.
Multiplying Fractions by Repeated Addition
Replete with consolidated practice, these pdfs test your ability in using repeated addition to find the product of fractions and whole numbers. The multipliers hint how many times a multiplicand is added to itself.
Multiplying Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers
Unit fractions are those that have '1' as their numerator. Open practice avenues for your 4th grade kid with our printable worksheets on multiplying unit fractions with single and 2-digit whole numbers and watch them simplify fractions.
Multiplying Fractions by Whole numbers
Loads of practice await 4th grade and 5th grade kids in our finding the product of fractions and whole numbers worksheet pdfs. Instruct children to multiply the numerator of the proper or improper fraction with the whole number.
Finding the Product of Mixed and Whole Numbers
A mixed number is a combo of a whole number and a proper fraction. Prepare 6th grade students to convert the mixed number to an improper fraction, and multiply the numerator with the whole number to find the product.
Fraction Multiplication | Mixed Review
Whether it is problems involving proper, or improper fractions, unit fractions or mixed numbers multiplied by whole numbers, there'll be no better way than these printable worksheets to recapitulate fraction multiplication skills.
Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers | Word Problems
Tried doubling a recipe that calls for one-third cup of butter and two-third cups of sugar? Get 6th grade and 7th grade learners to write the terms of the multiplication equation from the word problems, multiply the fractions and simplify.
Multiplying Fractions on a Number Line
Open doors to adequate practice with our worksheets on multiplying fractions on a number line, featuring exercises to draw hops to find the product, write the multiplication equation using the number line model, find the missing term in the fraction sentence and much more!