Q. 24.3( 47 Votes )

Answer :

(i) We have,

Fraction representing the shade portion as

Now,

We can see that,

The figure is divided into 6 equal parts.

Hence,

According to the question,

Any of the one part needs to be shaded out of 6 equal parts.

Thus, the figure can be redrawn as:

(ii) We have,

Fraction representing the shade portion as

Now,

We can see that,

The figure is divided into 4 equal parts.

Hence,

According to the question,

Any of the one part needs to be shaded out of 4 equal parts.

Thus, the figure can be redrawn as:

(iii) We have,

Fraction representing the shade portion as

Now,

We can see that,

The figure is divided into 3 equal parts.

Hence,

According to the question,

Any of the one part needs to be shaded out of 3 equal parts.

Thus, the figure can be redrawn as:

(iv) We have,

Fraction representing the shade portion as

Now,

We can see that,

The figure is divided into 4 equal parts.

Hence,

According to the question,

Any of the three parts needs to be shaded out of 4 equal parts.

Thus, the figure can be redrawn as:

(v) We have,

Fraction representing the shade portion as

Now,

We can see that,

The figure is divided into 9 equal parts.

Hence,

According to the question,

Any of the four parts needs to be shaded out of 9 equal parts.

Thus the figure can be redrawn as:

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