## (a) Here, $1$ part is shaded out Of $2$ equal parts (i.e., rectangle). Hence, this figure represents a fraction $21 $.

(b) Here, $4$ parts are shaded out of $6$ equal parts (i.e., rectangle). Hence, this figure represents a traction $64 =32 $

(c) Here, $3$ parts are shaded out of $9$ equal parts (i.e., squares). Hence, this figure represents a fraction $93 =31 $

(d) Here, $2$ parts are shaded Out Of $8$ equal parts (i.e., rectangle). Hence, this figure a fraction $82 =41 $

(e) Here, $3$ parts are shaded out Of $4$ equal parts (i.e., squares). Hence, this figure represents a fraction $43 $

(i) Here, $6$ parts are shaded out of $18$ equal parts (i.e., triangles). Hence, this figure represents a fraction $186 =31 $

(ii) Here, $4$ parts are shaded out of $8$ equal parts (I.e., rectangles), Hence, this figure represents a fraction $84 =21 $

(iii) Here, $12$ parts are shaded out of $16$ equal parts (i.e., squares). Hence, this figure represents a fraction $1612 =43 $

(iv) Here, $8$ parts are shaded out of $12$ equal parts (i.e., rectangles). Hence, this figure represents a fraction $128 =32 $

(v) Here, $4$ parts are shaded out of $16$ equal parts (i.e., triangles). Hence, this figure represents a fraction $164 =41 $

Now, these figures can be matched correctly as

(a) (ii), (b) (iv), (c) (i), (d) (v), (e) (iii).