Answer :

(i) in Bag I, as the fraction is less than 1 that is numerator is smaller than denominator which is a proper fraction.

(ii) in Bag II, as the fraction is equal to 1that is both numerator and denominator are same resulting as 1.

(iii) in Bag III, as the fraction is greater than 1 that is numerator is greater than denominator which is improper fraction.

(iv) in Bag I, as the fraction is less than 1 that is numerator is smaller than denominator which is a proper fraction.

(v) in Bag I, as the fraction is less than 1 that is numerator is smaller than denominator which is a proper fraction.

(vi) in Bag I, as the fraction is less than 1 that is numerator is smaller than denominator which is a proper fraction.

(vii) in Bag II, as the fraction is equal to 1that is both numerator and denominator are same resulting as 1.

(viii) in Bag I, as the fraction is less than 1 that is numerator is smaller than denominator which is a proper fraction.

(ix) in Bag I, as the fraction is less than 1 that is numerator is smaller than denominator which is a proper fraction.

(x) in Bag I, as the fraction is less than 1 that is numerator is smaller than denominator which is a proper fraction.

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