Welcome to our Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Worksheet area.
Here is our free worksheet generator for generating your own fraction multiplication and division questions.
If you are looking to create your own custom-made fraction worksheets, then look no further!
Using the random sheet generator will allow you to:
For optimal printing, please set your margins to zero on your print setup options.
To save your worksheets, select Print to PDF in the printing options.
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Please note that our generated worksheets may have problems displaying correctly on some mobile devices.
This should not affect the printing of the sheets which should display correctly.
Here is our random worksheet generator for fraction multiplication and division worksheets.
Using this generator will let you create your own worksheets for:
To start creating your sheet, choose an option from the Number values box below.
4 Steps to Your Worksheets...
You can choose whole number values if you need multiplying and dividing fractions by whole numbers.
You can choose fraction values up to a given denominator value, so that if you choose fifths, then you can get any denominator up to fifths, i.e. halves, thirds, quarters, fifths.
You may want to randomly switch the values of Fraction 1 and Fraction 2, especially if one of the values is a whole number.
If this is selected, it will randomize which fraction has which value - this is particulary useful for whole numbers and fractions.
In this way, you can practice dividing whole numbers by fractions and dividing fractions by whole numbers on the same sheet.
For the generator you can either choose proper fractions, which is the default, or improper fractions. Proper fractions have a numerator less than the denominator.
You can select either Unlike Denominators, which is the default, Like Denominators or Denominator Multiples.
If you select Like Denominators, then the denominators will be the same.
If you select Denominator Multiples, then one of the denominators will be a multiple of the other denominator.
If you select 'Improper Fractions' the generator will create both proper and improper fractions.
Choose whether you want Multiplication and Division, just Multiplication or just Division questions.
Sometimes, you may want to add an extra layer of difficulty by providing a multiplication or division fraction equation where one of the other fractions is missing.
Having this feature turned on will create a missing fraction somewhere in the equation - it may be the first number, second number, or third number.
Your worksheet will appear below.
Here are some of our other related worksheets you might want to look at.
We also have a wide selection of graded multiplying and dividing fractions worksheets.
The sheets are carefully graded so that you can choose the most appropriate level you need.
There is also plenty of support and examples to help you to learn the relevant skills.
Take a look at our Online Fraction Practice Zone for finding and simplifying fractions.
You can choose from a range of levels of difficulty from unit fractions with smaller numbers to mixed fractions with larger numbers.
Great for using with a group of children as well as individually.
We have a selection of different fraction calculators which will help you to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions.
Our fraction calculators will also:
We also have a generator for creating your own adding and subtracting fractions questions.
You can choose what sort of fractions you want to add and subtract:
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