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Fractions and Decimals Review Test NAME___________________ (A) COMPARING FRACTIONS (5 marks) Use the appropriate mathematical symbol to indicate if the first fraction is greater than, less than, or equal to the fraction it is being compared to. 1. 1 1 2. 2 2 3. 1 1 2 4 3 4 8 6 2 1 2 6 4. 5. 8 4 3 9 (B) EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS (5 marks) Find the equivalent fraction for each question below by writing it in its simplest terms. 6. 4 = 7. 6 = 8. 9 = 8 18 36 9. 15 = 10. 12 = 25 16 (C) ADDING DECIMALS (4 marks) Add each question below. You may wish to re-write each question in a column. 11. 1.94 + 1.15 = 12. 4.2 + 3.67 = 13. 7.07 + 5.9 = 14. 0.12 + 10.38 = (D) SUBTRACTING DECIMALS (4 marks) Subtract each question below. You may wish to re-write each question in a column. 15. 5.63 - 1.05 = 16. 8.1 - 7.42 = 17. 4.45 - 0.88 = 18. 10.12 - 6.51 = (E) MULTIPLYING DECIMALS (4 marks) Multiply each question below. 19. 2.5 20. 14.9 x 8 x 3 21. 2.42 22. 3.73 x 6 x 2 (F) DIVIDING DECIMALS (4 marks) Divide each question below. 23. 9 ) 4.5 24. 8 ) 6.4 25. 3 ) 6.45 26. 2 ) 8.44 (G) PROBLEM SOLVING (4 marks) 27. Mr. Strachan was feeling generous one day. He decided to give 8 students who were following the Mutual Agreements $1.05 each. How much money in total did he share? 28. Zachary and Clayton were chasing racoons one day when they discovered some money hidden beneath Mr. S.’s houseboat. They found $4.52 and decided to split it evenly. How much money did each cat get? Fractions and Decimals Re- Test NAME___________________ (A) COMPARING FRACTIONS (5 marks) Use the appropriate mathematical symbol to indicate if the first fraction is greater than, less than, or equal to the fraction it is being compared to. 1. 1 1 2. 1 2 3. 1 1 6 7 3 6 4 6 2 1 2 6 4. 5. 4 2 3 9 (B) EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS (5 marks) Find the equivalent fraction for each question below by writing it in its simplest terms. 6. 6 = 7. 6 = 8. 9 = 8 12 45 9. 15 = 10. 12 = 30 18 (C) ADDING DECIMALS (4 marks) Add each question below. You may wish to re-write each question in a column. 11. 2.94 + 1.45 = 12. 5.2 + 3.77 = 13. 8.07 + 6.9 = 14. 1.12 + 12.38 = (D) SUBTRACTING DECIMALS (4 marks) Subtract each question below. You may wish to re-write each question in a column. 15. 5.63 - 2.45 = 16. 8.1 - 6.62 = 17. 5.45 - 0.98 = 18. 10.12 - 7.61 = (E) MULTIPLYING DECIMALS (4 marks) Multiply each question below. 19. 2.5 20. 14.9 x 9 x 3 21. 2.42 22. 3.73 x 4 x 6 (F) DIVIDING DECIMALS (4 marks) Divide each question below. 23. 9 ) 6.3 24. 8 ) 5.6 25. 3 ) 4.26 26. 2 ) 6.88 (G) PROBLEM SOLVING (4 marks) 27. Mr. Strachan was feeling generous one day. He decided to give 7 students who were following the Mutual Agreements $2.75 each. How much money in total did he share? 28. Zachary and Clayton were chasing racoons one day when they discovered some money hidden beneath Mr. S.’s houseboat. They found $4.48 and decided to split it evenly. How much money did each cat get? Fractions and Decimals Practice Test NAME___________________ (A) COMPARING FRACTIONS (5 marks) Use the appropriate mathematical symbol to indicate if the first fraction is greater than, less than, or equal to the fraction it is being compared to. 1. 1 1 2. 1 2 3. 1 1 2 7 3 4 3 6 2 1 2 6 4. 5. 4 2 3 8 (B) EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS (5 marks) Find the equivalent fraction for each question below by writing it in its simplest terms. 6. 4 = 7. 6 = 8. 9 = 12 12 27 9. 15 = 10. 12 = 20 18 (C) ADDING DECIMALS (4 marks) Add each question below. You may wish to re-write each question in a column. 11. 2.94 + 1.15 = 12. 5.2 + 3.67 = 13. 8.07 + 5.9 = 14. 1.12 + 10.38 = (D) SUBTRACTING DECIMALS (4 marks) Subtract each question below. You may wish to re-write each question in a column. 15. 5.63 - 2.05 = 16. 8.1 - 6.42 = 17. 5.45 - 0.88 = 18. 10.12 - 7.51 = (E) MULTIPLYING DECIMALS (4 marks) Multiply each question below. 19. 2.5 20. 14.9 x 6 x 4 21. 2.42 22. 3.73 x 5 x 3 (F) DIVIDING DECIMALS (4 marks) Divide each question below. 23. 9 ) 5.4 24. 8 ) 7.2 25. 3 ) 4.14 26. 2 ) 6.44 (G) PROBLEM SOLVING (4 marks) 27. Mr. Strachan was feeling generous one day. He decided to give 5 students who were following the Mutual Agreements $1.75 each. How much money in total did he share? 28. Zachary and Clayton were chasing racoons one day when they discovered some money hidden beneath Mr. S.’s houseboat. They found $6.52 and decided to split it evenly. How much money did each cat get?