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QUESTION INDEX Click on a number question to select. 1234 5678 9101112 13141516 17181920

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Question #1: There are two and a half watermelons in the table. If you will going to slice the two whole watermelons into half, how many halves are there in all? a.3 halves3 halves b. 4 halves4 halves c. 5 halves5 halves d. 6 halves6 halves There are two and a half watermelons in the table. If you will going to slice the two whole watermelons into half, how many halves are there in all? a.3 halves3 halves b. 4 halves4 halves c. 5 halves5 halves d. 6 halves6 halves

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Question # 2: Liana ate ¼ part of pizza. Anna ate ¾ part of pizza too. How many pizza did they ate altogether? a.¾¾ b.½½ c. 1 d. 2. 2 Liana ate ¼ part of pizza. Anna ate ¾ part of pizza too. How many pizza did they ate altogether? a.¾¾ b.½½ c. 1 d. 2. 2

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Question # 3: Three candidates running for the office. One of them got half the vote. Another got two fifths of the vote. What fraction did the 3 rd candidate get? a.1/101/10 b.2/72/7 c.3/53/5 d.2/82/8 Three candidates running for the office. One of them got half the vote. Another got two fifths of the vote. What fraction did the 3 rd candidate get? a.1/101/10 b.2/72/7 c.3/53/5 d.2/82/8

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Question #4: Calculate the following fractions: 3/3 + 6/4 and 5/6 + 9/12 What is the result if we add them up together? a.44 b.4 and 1/124 and 1/12 c.4 and 3/64 and 3/6 d.5Slide 48Slide 48 Calculate the following fractions: 3/3 + 6/4 and 5/6 + 9/12 What is the result if we add them up together? a.44 b.4 and 1/124 and 1/12 c.4 and 3/64 and 3/6 d.5Slide 48Slide 48

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Question # 5: Solve the following fractions by adding:

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Question # 6: Rena decrease her weight about one half from the original. Liza also increase her weight about one third from original. What fraction can use in knowing how Liza bigger than Lena? a.2/42/4 b.2/32/3 c.2/62/6 d.1/61/6 Rena decrease her weight about one half from the original. Liza also increase her weight about one third from original. What fraction can use in knowing how Liza bigger than Lena? a.2/42/4 b.2/32/3 c.2/62/6 d.1/61/6

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Question # 7: A recipe needs 7/8 cup of starch a 3/4 teaspoon of sugar in making “kutchinta”. How much more starch does the recipe need? a.4/44/4 b.3/63/6 c.3/123/12 d.1/81/8 A recipe needs 7/8 cup of starch a 3/4 teaspoon of sugar in making “kutchinta”. How much more starch does the recipe need? a.4/44/4 b.3/63/6 c.3/123/12 d.1/81/8

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Question # 8: A football player advances 2/3 of a yard. A second player on the same team advances 5/4 of a yard. How much more yard did the second player advance? a.7/127/12 b.6/126/12 c.5/85/8 d.7/67/6 A football player advances 2/3 of a yard. A second player on the same team advances 5/4 of a yard. How much more yard did the second player advance? a.7/127/12 b.6/126/12 c.5/85/8 d.7/67/6

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Question # 9: Calculate the following fractions: 3/8 – 2/8 decreased from 15/16 – 5/16: What is the result? a.5/165/16 b.4/84/8 c.3/163/16 d.1/81/8 Calculate the following fractions: 3/8 – 2/8 decreased from 15/16 – 5/16: What is the result? a.5/165/16 b.4/84/8 c.3/163/16 d.1/81/8

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11. What is the quotient of 753/3? a. 249 b. 251 c. 253

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12. Tonio has $8.99. Earl has $5.85. How much money does Tonio have than Earl? a.$3.14$3.14 b.$4.23$4.23 c.$2.90$2.90

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13. What is the quotient of 2/3÷4/5? a.5/65/6 b.4/54/5 c.3/53/5

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14. Googol drank 3 bottles of milk. Gary drank ¼ bottle of milk. How much milk did they drink altogether? a.77 b.4 1/34 1/3 c.3 1/43 1/4

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15. There are 9 equal groups. There each 3 in each group. There are 135 in all. a.yesyes b.nono

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16. At a birthday party you counted 60 eyes. How many people were at the party? a.2020 b.3030 c.4040

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17. The entire fourth grade class is going to the zoo. There are buses for the field trip. Each bus has the same amount of kids. If there are 90 kids in the fourth grade how many are on each bus. a.3030 b.6060 c.2525

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18. There are 3 dozen cats that need to be adopted. There are 2 dozen more dogs that need to adopted. How many dogs and cats need to be adopted in all? a.6060 b.4848 c.3636

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19. There are 80 kids performing in the school play. Half of the students are given 2 tickets for their family to come the performance. The other half is given ticket each. How many tickets were given out? a.4040 b.8080 c.120120

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20. You want to buy a fish tank for $4.99. You have $5.00. Do you have enough money? a.yesyes b.nono

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