# ELM Test - Numbers and Data: Rational Numbers Chapter Exam

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#### Question 1 1. Put these fractions in order from greatest to least.

#### Question 2 2. Write the following mixed number as an improper fraction.

#### Question 3 3. Farran purchased a carton of milk. She drank 1/8 of the carton. How much of the carton milk does Farran have left?

#### Question 4 4. Susan purchased 9/10 of a pound of shrimp for a dinner party. Her plan is to serve 1/6 of a pound of shrimp to herself and each guest. Including herself, how many people can Susan serve at her dinner party?

#### Question 5 5. Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number.

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#### Question 6 6. What is 3 1/3 + 8 1/2?

#### Question 7 7. A burrito artist can make 14 burritos in 5 minutes. How many burritos can she make in one hour?

#### Question 8 8. What is the fraction 12/20 in its simplest form?

#### Question 9 9. If you eat 1/4 of a pie on Tuesday, then 1/3 of what remains on Wednesday, then how much of the original pie did you eat on Wednesday?

#### Question 10 10. Compare using <, >, or =.

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#### Question 11 11. A class with 28 students has 13 boys. What is the ratio of girls to boys?

#### Question 12 12. The Spartans played 12 games this season. The lost 5 and had one tie. What fraction represents the amount of games that they won?

#### Question 13 13. If you complete 2/3 of your homework in the first hour and 3/8 in the second hour, then how much more homework did you complete in the first hour than the second?

#### Question 14 14. Simplify: (4/x + 3/x)/2

#### Question 15 15. Susan has 16 3/4 ft. of fabric that she wants to cut into 1 2/3 ft sections. How many sections can she cut?

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#### Question 16 16. Peyton needs to pack 24 boxes for a big order. She has already packed 4 2/9 boxes. How many boxes does she have left to pack?

#### Question 17 17. Compare using either >, <, or =.

#### Question 18 18. Estimate the answer: (18/20)/(9/17)

#### Question 19 19. Comapre these two fractions using >, <, =.

#### Question 20 20. Add the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

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#### Question 21 21. Simplify: (2/x + 3/x^2)/(x/2 - x/5)

#### Question 22 22. What is the LCD (least common denominator) for the numbers 16 and 42?

#### Question 23 23. Clark has 4 3/4 cups of laundry detergent. He uses 1/3 of the detergent to wash his Superman outfit. How much laundry detergent did he use?

#### Question 24 24. What is 2 3/7 + 4 1/4?

#### Question 25 25. It has rained 13 out of the last 20 days. Which fraction represents the amount of days it has rained?

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#### Question 26 26. If 3/5 of people have pets and 2/3 of those pets are cats, then what fraction of the people have cats?

#### Question 27 27. Edie has purchased 12 3/4 feet of fabric so that she can make some rag dolls. According to the pattern, each doll requires a piece of fabric that measures 1 2/3 feet long. How many COMPLETE dolls can Edie make?

#### Question 28 28. Scott has 5/6 of a pie that he wants to share equally among four of his friends. Considering that Scott will not have any pie himself, how much of the original pie will each of his friends get?

#### Question 29 29. The ratio of boys to girls at San Jose Middle School is 3:5. If there are 2000 students at the school, how many girls are enrolled?

#### Question 30 30. Solve

#### ELM Test - Numbers and Data: Rational Numbers Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!