## FRACTION WORD PROBLEM

In this page fraction word problem you can find many problems. Students must practice this kind of problems to get knowledge.We have given math problems on different math topics. We have given these problems with detailed solution.

 Question 1 A fruit merchant bought mangoes in bulk. He sold ⅝ of the mangoes. 1/16 of the mangoes were spoiled. 300 mangoes remained with him. How many mangoes did he buy?Solution Question 2 A family requires 2 ½ liters of milk per day.How much milk would family require in a month of 31 days?Solution Question 3 A ream of paper weighs 12 ½ kg What is the weight per quire, if 20 quire make one ream?Solution Question 4 It was Richard's birthday.He distributed 6 kg of sweets among her friends.If he gave ⅛  kg of sweet to each.How many friends there?Solution Question 5 6 students went on a picnic.One student agreed to bear half of the expenses. The remaining 5 students shared the remaining expenses equally. What fraction of the expenses does each of 5 students pay?Solution Question 6 I have 2 ½ times money that David has. If i have \$100,how much money does David have?Solution Question 7 In a basket there are two kinds of sweet packets. There are 7 packets of the first kind each weighing 1 ¼ kg and 9 packets of the second kind each weighing ¾ . What is the total weight of the sweets in the basket?Solution Question 8 How many half-liter bottles can be filled from a can containing 37 ½ liter of milk?Solution Question 9 A gentleman bought 200 liter of milk for a function. ⅘ of it was used for preparing sweets. ¾ of the remaining milk was used for preparing coffee. How much of the milk remained.Solution Question 10 Two thirds of a tank can be filled in 18 minutes. How many minutes will it require to fill the whole tank?Solution Question 11 A clerk works 4 ½ in the morning and 2 ⅘ hours in the afternoon. Find how many hours does she work each day?Solution Question 12 Mary had  4 ⅘ m of lace. She used 3 ⅔ m of a lace for a hand kerchief. How much lace did she have left?Solution Question 13 An artist took  1 ½ hours to paint one picture. He took 1 ⅙ hours to paint another picture. How much time did he take to paint both pictures? Solution Question 14 John had 5 ½ tins of paint. After painting a hall, he had 2 ¾ tins  of paint left. How many tins of paint did he use?Solution Question 15 A brick of weights  2 ½ kg .A stone is 1 ⅕ kg lighter than the brick. Find the weight of the stone required.Solution Question 16 Mary used 1 ¾ bars of chocolate to make a cake. She used 1 ⅜ bars of chocolate to make a pudding.How many bars of chocolate did she use altogether?Solution Question 17 A pen is 13 ⅝ cm long. A pencil is  9 ½ cm long. Find the difference in length.Solution Question 18 Jennifer made 4 cakes for a class party. The pupils  ate  2 ½  cakes. How much cakes was left over?Solution Question 19 Peter spends 3 ½ hours for doing his home work,3 hours for reading novels and 1 ¾ hours for playing games. How much time does he spend in all?Solution Question 20 fraction word problem fraction word problem Peter bought 1 ⅛ m of iron wire and 2 ⅔ m of copper wire. How much wire did he buy altogether?Solution These are the related topics of fraction word problem 