Hello KS3 bright minds! Are you ready to challenge your knowledge of Integers, Decimals, and Fractions? This 10-question quiz is here to test your mathematical prowess. Be sure to put on your thinking caps as these questions will require you to recall and apply what you've learned in class. Enjoy the quiz and remember: every challenge is a chance to shine brighter. Good luck!

1.

If you divide 50 by ^{1}⁄_{5}, what's the result?

5

250

10

270

Dividing a number by a fraction is the same as multiplying that number by the reciprocal of the fraction. So it is 50 times 5 which equals 250.

2.

What is the decimal of 70% ?

0.70

7

0.07

70

70% is equivalent to 0.7 when converted to a decimal. We do not write 0s at the end of decimals.

3.

What is half of ^{3}⁄_{4}?

4.

What is the sum of -5 + 7?

-12

-2

2

12

Subtract 5 from 7 to get the answer: 2.

5.

If you subtract 5.75 from 10, what's the result?

5.75

4.25

15

1.25

Subtracting 5.75 from 10 gives a result of 4.25.

6.

What's the sum of 2.8 and 3.2 ?

5

6

20

10

The sum of 2.8 and 3.2 is 6.

7.

How do you write -^{9}⁄_{4} (minus nine quarters) as a decimal?

-2.25

2.25

-1.55

1.55

8.

What is the product of -3 and 7?

-21

21

-10

10

-3 x 7 = -21.

9.

How do you write 1.05 as a fraction?

1.05 can be written as ^{21}⁄_{20} when converted to a fraction. This is the same as 1^{1}⁄_{20}

10.

What is the decimal equivalent of 0.005 as a percentage?

0.5%

5%

0.05%

50%

0.005 is equivalent to 0.05% when converted to a percentage.