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MVSAT Dec 2023

Raju scored \[16\] marks of \[25\]. What are his marks in fractional form?

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Hint: In the given question, we have to convert the data into fractional form. We can do so easily by taking the marks obtained as numerator and the total marks as the denominator in the form of \[\dfrac{a}{b}\].
We are already given the data about marks obtained and total marks.

Complete step-by-step answer:
A fraction is used to describe a component of something larger. It is a part of the whole represented in the form of a ratio. The numerator and denominator are the two elements of a fraction. The numerator is the number at the top, and the denominator is the number at the bottom.
Example of fractional numbers - \[\dfrac{{100}}{{39}}\], \[\dfrac{{13}}{{38}}\]etc.
A mixed fraction is a combination of the integer part and a proper fraction. These are also called a mixed number or mixed numeral. For example - \[5\dfrac{1}{4}\].
Real-life examples of fractions can be slices of pizza, pieces of cake, pieces of fruits etc. cut into parts. Each part will form a fraction of the whole.
We can solve the sum as follows:
Numerator will be the marks obtained by Raju which is \[16\]. Denominator will be the total marks obtainable which is \[25\]. Hence, the fraction will be \[\dfrac{{16}}{{25}}\].
Thus, Option (B) \[\dfrac{{16}}{{25}}\] is the correct answer.
So, the correct answer is “Option B”.

Note: In the given case, the answer is a proper fraction. Proper fraction is the one where the numerator is less than the denominator whereas improper fraction is the one where numerator is more than the denominator.