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# Practice - Integers, Decimals and Fractions - 05

Welcome to your Maths Quiz! Filled with fun and challenging questions about integers, decimals and fractions. Not only will this test your knowledge, but also improve your understanding of these key mathematical concepts. Don’t worry if you get some wrong, the main aim is to have fun and learn. Good luck!
1.
Subtract 2.35 from 5.00. What is the result?
3.65
2.35
2.65
7.35
When you subtract 2.35 from 5, the result is 2.65.
2.
How many £s is 456 pence?
£4.56
£456
£45.6
£4.06
There are 100 pence in a pound, so 456 pence equals £4.56.
3.
What is the decimal equivalent of 34?
1.5
0.75
0.25
0.3
The decimal equivalent of 34 is 0.75.
4.
Which of these decimal numbers is the smallest?
0.45
0.5
0.4
0.1
Of these options, 0.1 is the smallest decimal number.
5.
Which of the following is equal to 14?
0.5
0.25
1.25
0.75
The fraction 14 equals the decimal 0.25.
6.
What is the product of -4 and -8?
-32
12
32
-12
Multiplying two negative numbers gives a positive result, so -4 times -8 equals 32.
7.
If you divide 0.7 by 10, what do you get?
70
0.07
7
0.7
When you divide 0.7 by 10, the decimal point moves one place to the left, resulting in 0.07.
8.
Which decimal represents the fraction 12?
0.5
1.5
2.0
0.2
The fraction 12 is equal to the decimal 0.5.
9.
What is the sum of -7 and 5?
12
-12
-2
2
When you add a negative and a positive number, you essentially subtract the two numbers. So, -7 + 5 equals -2.
10.
How many seconds are there in 75 minutes?
4,500
750
1,500
450
There are 60 seconds in a minute, so 75 minutes equals 4,500 seconds.
Author:  Graeme Haw