 # Practice - Integers, Decimals and Fractions - 03

Welcome, KS3 students to this Maths quiz centered on Integers, Decimals, and Fractions. Remember, it's not about being right or wrong, but about learning and having fun. So, ready those number skills of yours and let's dive into the world of maths! Best of luck!
1.
Convert the decimal 1.5 to its equivalent fraction.
32
52
12
15
The decimal 1.5 is equivalent to the fraction 3?2, which is the same as 11?2.
2.
What is the product of -2 and -5?
-10
-7
10
7
The product of two negative numbers is a positive number. Hence, -2 x -5 = 10.
3.
Which fraction is bigger: 35 or 58?
35
58
They're equal
Impossible to say
The fraction 5?8 is 0.625, whereas 3?5 is 0.6. Therefore, 5?8 is bigger.
4.
Which fraction is smaller: 69 or 67?
69
67
They're equal
Impossible to say
A ninth is a smaller fraction than a seventh, so 6?9 is smaller than 6?7.
5.
What is 6 + -9?
15
3
-3
-15
When you add a negative number, it is like subtracting. So, 6 + -9 = -3.
6.
What is -1 + -1?
0
-2
1
2
When you add two negative numbers, it results in a larger negative number. Thus, -1 + -1 = -2.
7.
Convert the fraction 45 into decimal.
0.8
0.4
0.9
0.5
The fraction 4?5 can be converted to decimal by dividing the numerator by the denominator. This gives 0.8.
8.
What is the product of -3 and 7?
-21
21
24
-24
The product of a negative number and a positive number is a negative number. Hence, -3 x 7 = -21.
9.
What is the sum of -8 and 4?
-4
-12
4
12
When you add the positive number 4 to negative number -8, it is like subtracting 4 from 8. Thus, -8 + 4 = -4.
10.
Convert the decimal 0.75 into a fraction.
34
710
74
14
The decimal 0.75 is equal to the fraction 3?4.
Author:  Graeme Haw 