# 6 Free How to Find the Missing Numerator or Denominator in Fractions Worksheets

These worksheets on how to find the missing numerator or denominator in fractions will help to visualize and understand fractions. 6th-grade students will learn basic fractions methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable how to find the missing numerator or denominator in fractions worksheets.

**6 Exciting ****Worksheets on ****How to Find the Missing Numerator or Denominator in Fractions **

Please download the following worksheets on how to find the missing numerator or denominator in fractions and practice fractions on the pages.

**How to Find Missing Numerator of a Fraction**

The number at the top of a fraction, above the dividing line, is called the numerator. Look at the fractions’ denominators to identify any missing numerators. The numerator and denominator of a fraction are given.

When we get to the denominator without a numerator, find the multiplicand that this denominator is multiplied by. To determine the unknown numerator, multiply the known numerator by this amount.

**How to Find Missing Denominator of a Fraction**

The number at the bottom, below the fractional line, is called the denominator.

The numerator and denominator of a fraction are always given. To determine the unknown denominator, multiply or divide the known numerator by this quantity.

**Finding the Numerator and Denominator of Equivalent Fractions**

In this first method, students will complete the** missing equivalent fractions**.

This worksheet contains a lot of fractions and their equivalent fractions. The numerator or denominator of these equivalent fractions is missing.

**Finding Numerator and Denominator after Adding or Subtracting Fractions**

For this method, first, do **fraction addition** or subtraction.

After that, find the missing numerator or denominator by solving addition or subtraction.

**Finding Missing Numerators or Denominators in Number Line**

Before providing the worksheet, look at the problems. Here the fractions are given with **number lines** from 0 to 1. However, some of the numerators or denominators are missing.

Download the free worksheet for more exercises.

**Using Models to Find Missing Numerators or Denominators in Fractions**

Provide a worksheet where various models and fractions are given. Color the particular parts of the models of equivalent fractions and write the missing numerator or denominator.

**Finding Missing Numerators or Denominators with Dominoes**

In this section of the worksheet, many fractions are given. The equivalent fractions are given.

Find the missing numerator or denominator and fill the gap in the domino. The first one has been done for your convenience.

**Cut and Paste Activity for Finding Missing Numerators or Denominators **

Another simple game is finding the missing numerator or denominator. This time do a cut-and-paste activity.

- Some pairs of fractions and their equivalent fractions are given in the following worksheet.
- But the pairs are not complete. Each of the pairs has one or more blank spaces.
- You can see some numbers at the end of each page. Cut those numbers and paste them inside the correct gap to make the right pair of equivalent fractions.

**Download Free PDF**

Download the following combined PDF and enjoy your practice session.

So today, we’ve discussed how to find the missing numerator or denominator in fractions using the concepts like finding the numerator and denominator by models, addition, subtraction, and some interactive cut-and-paste activities. Download our free worksheets, and after Practicing these worksheets, students will surely improve their mathematical skills and have a better understanding of fractions.

Hello!

Welcome to my profile. I have done my graduation from Ahsanullah University Of Science and Technology in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Currently, I have started working as a Content Developer for “You’ve got this math” at SOFTEKO. As an Electric engineer, I always try to achieve innovative knowledge. I have an interest in research articles on different ideas. Also, I really like to solve innovative and mathematical problems. I really hope I’ll do better in the future as an Engineer.