Step right up, champions of numbers! It's time to see if you've got the mathematical muscle in a challenge of mind over maths where we will be exploring the enchanting world of integers, decimals, and fractions. Roll up your sleeves and sharpen your pencils, because this 10-question quiz will test your mathematical mettle!

1.

Which of the integers below is a multiple of 4?

14

18

20

21

20 is the correct answer because it can be divided equally by 4 with no remainder.

2.

What is the integer value of -5 + 3?

-2

8

-8

2

The correct answer is -2 because when you add 3 to -5, the result is -2.

3.

Which of these fractions is the largest: ^{3}⁄_{5}, ^{2}⁄_{3}, ^{1}⁄_{2}, ^{4}⁄_{7}?

4.

Change 0.375 to a fraction.

The decimal 0.375 is equivalent to ^{3}⁄_{8} when converted into a fraction.

5.

What is the product of -3 x 7?

-10

-21

21

10

The product of -3 and 7 is -21 because a positive number multiplied by a negative number results in a negative number.

6.

Subtract 235.5 from 526. Write your answer in pounds (£).

£290.50

£190.50

£300.50

£250.50

The right answer is £290.50. When you subtract £235.50 from £526, it leaves you with £291.50. Normally we don't put zeros on the end of decimals, but when writing pounds we do (they represent pence).

7.

Jane wants to divide a 3-metre string into 4 equal parts. How long will each part be in centimetres?

75 cm

100 cm

80 cm

60 cm

Each part will be 75cm because 3 metres is 300cm, and when divided by 4, it gives 75cm.

8.

Calculate: 0.25 + 0.75 = ?

0.1

1

1.5

2

The correct answer is 1 because when you add 0.25 to 0.75, the sum is 1.

9.

£5.65 is equal to how many pence?

565 p

50 p

0.565 p

5.65 p

The correct answer is 565 pence, because 1 pound is equal to 100 pence, hence 5.65 pounds equals 565 pence.

10.

Write ^{3}⁄_{5} as a decimal.

0.6

0.53

0.35

0.65

0.6 is the correct answer because ^{3}⁄_{5} is equivalent to 0.6 when converted to a decimal.