Fractions and Decimals Practice Test Question Answers
Test 2
1. How many \frac23 kg pieces can be cut from a cake of weight 4 kg? 
🔘 A. 2 
🔘 B. 6 
🔘 C. 8 
🔘 D. 10 
🔘 e. 12 
2. Lisa had a piece of rope length of 9.5 m. She needed some small pieces of rope of length 1.9 m each. How many pieces of the required length will she get out of this rope? 
🔘 A. 3 pieces 
🔘 B. 5 pieces 
🔘 C. 7 pieces 
🔘 D. 9 pieces 
🔘 E. 13 pieces 
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Answer: B. 5 pieces
3. Olivia uses \frac34 m of cloth to stitch a shirt. How many shirts can she make with 2\frac14 m cloth? 
🔘 A. 1 
🔘 B. 2 
🔘 C. 3 
🔘 D. 4 
🔘 E. 5 
4. If the fraction of the frequencies of two notes has a common factor between the numerator and denominator, the two notes are harmonious. Use the graphic below to find the fraction of the frequency of notes D and B.

🔘 A. \frac35 
🔘 B. \frac53 
🔘 C. \frac15 
🔘 D. \frac31 
🔘 E. \frac13 
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Answer: A \frac35
5. Abigail said that we have gone about 120km or \frac23 of the way to the camp site. So, how much farther do we have to go? 
🔘 A. 20 km 
🔘 B. 40 km 
🔘 C. 60 km 
🔘 D. 80 km 
🔘 E. 100 km 
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Answer: C. 60 km
6. One KG Ice cream packet requires 2\frac12 milks of flour and 1\frac23 cups of sugar. Estimated total quantity of both ingredients used in 10 such packets of Ice cream will be 
🔘 A. between 10 cups and 20 cups 
🔘 B. between 20 cups and 30 cups 
🔘 C. between 30 cups and 40 cups 
🔘 D. between 40 cups and 50 cups 
🔘 E.above 50 cups 
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Answer: D between 40 cups and 50 cups
7. The following diagram interprets

🔘 A. 3 ÷\frac13 
🔘 B. \frac35 ÷ 3 
🔘 C. \frac13 × 4 
🔘 D. 5 ÷ \frac35 
🔘 E. 3 ×\frac14 
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Answer: E 3 ×\frac14
8. Ava ate \frac27 part of a cake while her friend Emma ate \frac45 of the remaining. Find out the part of the cake is left. 
🔘 A. \frac12 
🔘 B. \frac23 
🔘 C. \frac15 
🔘 D. \frac27 
🔘 E. \frac17 
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Answer: E. \frac17
9. 2.001 ÷ 0.003 
🔘 A. 0.667 
🔘 B. 6.67 
🔘 C. 06.67 
🔘 D. 667 
🔘E. 6677 
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Answer: D 667
10. In a boy’s hostel (40 student), \frac15 of students like to eat veg only, \frac25 of the total number of students like to eat nonveg only and the remaining students like to eat both. What fraction of the total number of students like to eat both? 
🔘 A. \frac15 
🔘 B. \frac23 
🔘 C. \frac13 
🔘 D. \frac12 
🔘 E. \frac25 
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