Answer :

(i) = D

As we can see in the figure, there are two circles, when we divide the circles into two halves we get 4 parts. Therefore both the circles are divided into 4 halves.

Now when we divide these 4 parts again we will get 8 parts as we can see in the figure.

Now we can see that 6 sub parts are shaded out of 4 intitial half of the circle therefore we get the fraction as

(ii) = A

As we can see in the figure from 0 to 2 it is sub divided into 10 parts. Out of these 10 parts 6 parts are shaded so we get the fraction as

(iii) = E

As we can see in the figure there are 6 boxes and all the 6 boxes are shaded therefore we get the fraction as

(iv) = B

As we can see in the figure there are 16 boxes and out of the 16 boxes only 6 are shaded therefore we get the fraction as

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