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# Practice - Integers, Decimals and Fractions - 07

Hello, budding mathematicians! Are you ready to put your integers, decimals and fractions mastery to the test? This maths quiz has been carefully crafted to test your understanding of these essential mathematical concepts. These KS3 level questions will surely rev up your brain and get your thinking cap tingling! Let's see how much you've learned!
1.
What is -3 plus 2?
-5
-1
1
5
-3 plus 2 equals -1, so the correct answer is -1.
2.
What is the product of -2 and 4?
-8
8
-6
6
-2 multiplied by 4 equals -8, so the correct answer is -8.
3.
What does 'integer' mean?
A minus number
A fraction
A whole number
Any of the above
Integer is derived from the Latin word 'integer', which means 'whole'.
4.
What is 27 divided by 3?
9
7
24
10
27 divided by 3 equals 9, so 9 is the correct answer.
5.
Which is the largest number?
0.99
34
1
-1
The largest number listed is 1.
6.
What is 50% written in fraction form?
25
12
14
34
50% equals 12 in fraction form, so 12 is the correct answer.
7.
Which of the following is a proper fraction?
44
12
54
2
A proper fraction is a fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator. Therefore, 12 is the correct choice.
8.
Convert £1.25 into pence.
125p
100p
225p
110p
1 pound has 100 pence and therefore £1.25 equals 125 pence.
9.
What is 34 written in decimal form?
0.34
0.75
0.5
0.4
3 divided by 4 equals 0.75, so 34 in decimal form is 0.75.
10.
What is the sum of 2.25 and -1.5?
0.75
1
0.77
0.25
2.25 plus -1.5 equals 0.75, so the correct answer is 0.75.
Author:  Graeme Haw