 # 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.
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.
2.
What is 34 of 16?
10
12
14
15
To find 34 of 16, multiply: 16 x 34 = 12.
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.
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.
5.
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.
6.
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.
7.
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.
8.
What is the product of 3.5 and 4?
14
0.875
7
12.5
The product of 3.5 and 4 is 14.
9.
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.
10.
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.
Author:  Graeme Haw 