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**Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?**

Fractions,

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Question 1

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What is ½ of 12 A 34 B 28 C 6 D 8

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What is ½ of 12 A 34 B 28 C 6 D 8

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£100

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Question 2

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What is ¼ of 16 A 62 B 8 C 4 D 2

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What is ¼ of 16 A 62 B 8 C 4 D 2

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£200

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Question 3

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What is 1/5 of 25 A 20 B 5 C 15 D 10

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What is 1/5 of 25 A 20 B 5 C 15 D 10

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£300

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Question 4

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Calculate 4/5 of 250 A 150 B 520 C 50 D 200

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Calculate 4/5 of 250 A 150 B 520 C 50 D 200

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£500

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Question 5

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**Which of the following is greater than 3/5 of 35?**

B 6 C 28 D 21

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**Which of the following is greater than 3/5 of 35?**

B 6 C 28 D 10

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£1,000

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Question 6

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**Which of the following is less than 9/10 of 100?**

B 98 C 92 D 80

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**Which of the following is less than 9/10 of 100?**

B 98 C 92 D 80

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£2,000

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Question 7

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**What is the equivalent to 2 1/2**

A 5 halves B 4 halves C 3 halves D 6 halves

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**What is the equivalent to 2 1/2**

A 5 halves B 4 halves C 3 halves D 6 halves

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£4,000

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Question 8

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What is ¾ of £1 A 50p B 75p C 25p D 80p

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What is ¾ of £1 A 50p B 75p C 25p D 80p

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£8,000

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Question 9

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**If John has a bag of 30 sweets and he eats 15. What fraction is left?**

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**If John has a bag of 30 sweets and he eats 15. What fraction is left?**

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£16,000

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Question 10

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**Penguins leave 3/4 of the 24 fish that are thrown into their pool**

Penguins leave 3/4 of the 24 fish that are thrown into their pool. How many fish do they eat? A 16 B 18 C 20 D 22

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**Penguins leave 3/4 of the 24 fish that are thrown into their pool**

Penguins leave 3/4 of the 24 fish that are thrown into their pool. How many fish do they eat? A 16 B 18 C 20 D 22

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£32,000

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Question 11

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What is four ninths of 72? A 8 B 23 C 32 D 49

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What is four ninths of 72? A 8 B 23 C 32 D 49

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£64,000

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Question 12

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**Which of the following fractions are not equivalent to 1/2**

B 4/8 C 5/6 D 3/6

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**Which of the following fractions are not equivalent to 1/2**

B 4/8 C 5/6 D 3/6

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£125,000

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Question 13

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What is 1/10 of 6 kg in grams? A 6000g B 60g C 420g D 600g

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What is 1/10 of 6 kg in grams? A 6000g B 60g C 420g D 600g

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£250,000

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Question 14

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What fraction of £1 is 25p? A 1/3 B 1/4 C 2/5 D 3/4

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What fraction of £1 is 25p? A 1/3 B 1/4 C 2/5 D 3/4

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£500,000

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Question 15

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How many ¼ in 9 whole ones A 36 B 27 C 18 D 45

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How many ¼ in 9 whole ones A 36 B 27 C 18 D 45

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£1,000,000

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