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Practice - Integers, Decimals and Fractions - 04

Hello KS3 Students! Been itching to compute some integers, decimals and fractions? Have a go at this fun quiz! Brush up on the basics, test your knowledge, and remember - every question is a chance to learn something new. Ready to dive into the world of Maths? Let's begin!
1.
If a loaf of bread costs £1.10, how much do 7 loaves cost?
£7.70
£1.17
£7.77
£77
£1.10 times 7 equals £7.70.
2.
What is -3 - 6?
-9
3
-3
9
When you subtract a larger number from a smaller one, you get a negative number. Thus, -3 - 6 equals -9.
3.
What is -4 multiplied by -6?
24
-24
-10
10
When you multiply two negative numbers, the result is a positive number. Thus, -4 x -6 = 24.
4.
What is 34 of 16?
10
12
14
15
To find 34 of 16, multiply: 16 x 34 = 12.
5.
Divide -15 by 5.
3
-3
75
0
When a negative number is divided by a positive number, the result is negative. Thus, -15 ÷ 5 equals -3.
6.
How many kilograms are there in 3,500 grams?
3.5 kg
35 kg
350 kg
3,500 kg
Since there are 1,000 grams in a kilogram, we divide 3,500 by 1,000 to get 3.5 kg.
7.
What is the product of 3.5 and 4?
14
0.875
7
12.5
The product of 3.5 and 4 is 14.
8.
Ben has £40. If he spends 14 of his money on a video game, how much money does he have left?
£35
£30
£20
£10
£40 divided by 4 equals £10. That's how much Ben spends. £40 minus £10 equals £30, which is how much he has left.
9.
Change the fraction 710 to a decimal.
0.07
0.7
7
70
To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the top number by the bottom one. Thus, 7 ÷ 10 equals 0.7.
10.
What is the sum of 12 and 13?
25
45
56
16
First, convert the fractions to the same denominator. In this case sixths (because 2 x 3 = 6). 12 = 36 and 13 = 26. Next we add the fractions and get 56.
Author:  Graeme Haw