 # Practice - Integers, Decimals and Fractions - 08

Sharpen your mathematical skills with this engaging quiz on Integers, Decimals, and Fractions! These topics are fundamental in Maths and will assist in better understanding complex mathematical problems. This quiz is tailored for KS3 students and uses familiar weights, measures, and currency. Get ready to dive deep into the realms of numbers and have lots of fun!
1.
What is 14.28 rounded to the nearest whole number?
13
14
15
16
In rounding to the nearest whole number, we consider the first digit after the decimal point. Since this digit is 2, which is less than 5, we round down to 14.
2.
What is the whole number in the decimal 7.15?
7
1
5
15
In a decimal number, the part before the decimal point is the whole number. So, 7 is the whole number.
3.
If Sue has £2.65 and Bob gives her £1.50, how much money does Sue have now?
£3.15
£4.15
£4.00
£4.25
When Sue receives £1.50, it adds to her total giving her a new total of £4.15.
4.
What is the result of 10 - -5?
5
15
-5
-15
When you subtract a negative number, it's like adding a positive. So, 10 - -5 equals 15.
5.
What is 38 as a decimal?
0.375
0.38
0.37
0.35
38 is equal to 0.375 in decimal form.
6.
What is 45 as a decimal?
0.45
0.85
0.8
0.4
45 is equal to 0.8 in decimal form.
7.
What is 53 as an integer?
8
125
25
15
5 cubed or 53 is 5 x 5 x 5, which equals 125.
8.
A drink weighs 0.75kg. What is its weight in grams?
75 grams
750 grams
7.5 grams
7,500 grams
1 kg is equal to 1,000 grams, so 0.75 kg is equal to 750 grams.
9.
If you have 4 apples and you divide them among 2 friends, how many apples does each friend get?
1
2
3
4
4 divided by 2 equals 2. So each friend gets 2 apples.
10.
Which fraction is equivalent to 12?
24
36
48
All of the above
All these fractions simplify to 12.
Author:  Graeme Haw 