Hello there, Maths wizards! Ready to pit your wits against another exciting challenge? This quiz is designed to test your understanding of integers, decimals, and fractions, to put a fun twist on your KS3 Maths revision. Will you come out on top or will fractions cause a fraction too much trouble? Get your brain in gear and let's get started!

1.

Which decimal number is the smallest?

0.01

0.001

0.1

0.0011

0.001 is the smallest decimal number among these choices.

2.

What is the decimal equivalent of the fraction ^{1}⁄_{2}?

0.2

0.5

0.02

0.05

1 divided by 2 equals 0.5, hence the fraction ^{1}⁄_{2} equals 0.5 in decimal form.

3.

John bought two £5 items with £50. What fraction of his money did he spend?

John spent £10 (£5 x 2). The fraction is therefore ^{10}⁄_{50}, which simplifies to ^{1}⁄_{5}.

4.

Which of these is not a negative integer?

-15

-2

0

-1

Zero is neither positive nor negative, it’s neutral.

5.

Which fraction is equal to the decimal 0.75?

The fraction equivalent of 0.75 is ^{3}⁄_{4}.

6.

Convert the fraction ^{5}⁄_{8} to decimal?

0.63

0.67

0.625

0.08

When you divide 5 by 8, you get 0.625.

7.

What is the sum of ^{1}⁄_{2} and ^{2}⁄_{3} in simplest form?

8.

The product of an integer and its reciprocal equals what?

0

1

-1

2

A reciprocal is found by dividing one by the integer, for example, ^{1}⁄_{2} is the reciprocal of 2, and ^{1}⁄_{4} is the reciprocal of 4. The product of any number and its reciprocal is always 1.

9.

What length in cm is ^{3}⁄_{4} of a metre?

100cm

75cm

50cm

25cm

Since one metre equals 100cm, three-quarters of a metre would be 75cm.

10.

If a book costs £18, how much would 4 and ^{1}⁄_{2} books cost?

£81

£79

£80

£82

It costs £81 because: 4 books cost £72 (4 x 18), and half a book would cost £9 (18 ÷ 2). Thus, the total cost would be £72 + £9 = £81. Not that half a book would be of much use!