NY Regents - Problems with Decimals and Fractions: Help and Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.

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

Question 3 3. Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number.

Question 4 4. Jerry is trying to figure out how much pizza remains after his party last night. He finds six whole pizzas, as well as 5/8 of another pizza. If he finds one more slice in the fridge (1/8 of a whole pizza), then how many pizzas does Jerry have?

Question 5 5. Stacy planted 5 1/4 rows of peas in her garden; she then decided to plant 2 1/2 more rows. How many rows of peas did Stacy plant?

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Question 6 6. Which number is the largest?

Question 7 7. Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.

Question 8 8. If you can travel the 10 3/5 miles from your home to the store in 12 1/5 minutes, then how many miles do you travel each minute?

Question 9 9. Simplify: (y/2 + 2y/3)/(3y/4 + y/3)

Question 10 10. Find the least common denominator of fractions that have the denominators 8 and 12.

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Question 11 11. On Monday, Erin wrote 4 2/3 pages of her research paper. On Tuesday, she decided to delete 1 1/5 pages. How many pages are left?

Question 12 12. Add the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

Question 13 13. Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.

Question 14 14. Which number is the smallest?

Question 15 15. If you lay three boards end to end, and the boards have respective lengths of 3 1/2 feet, 5 1/4 feet and 4 2/3 feet, then what is the total length of the boards?

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Question 16 16. Susan is making a dress. She buys 3 3/4 yards of fabric. She uses 9/10 of this fabric. How many yards of fabric did she use?

Question 17 17. Simplify: (4/5 + 2/3)/(5/8 - 1/4)

Question 18 18. What is (2 1/8)/(1 1/4)?

Question 19 19. Estimate the answer: 6 1/2 + 2 6/13

Question 20 20. If you napped for 1 1/6 hours on Monday and 2 1/2 times as long on Tuesday, then how long was Tuesday's nap?

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Question 21 21. On Saturday, Jessica watched 6 1/4 television shows; on Sunday she watched 4 3/8 more. How many television episodes did Jessica watch?

Question 22 22. Eric completed 1/3 of his homework before dinner and then 2/7 after dinner. How much homework did Eric complete?

Question 23 23. What is 3 1/3 + 8 1/2?

Question 24 24. A recipe calls for 3 3/8 tablespoons of sugar. If you want to make 1/2 the recipe, then how much sugar do you need?

Question 25 25. Compare using <, >, or =.

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Question 26 26. Find the least common denominator of fractions that have the denominators 4 and 12.

Question 27 27. Simplify the fraction 10/34.

Question 28 28. Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number.

Question 29 29. Subtract the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

Question 30 30. What is the fraction 12/20 in its simplest form?

NY Regents - Problems with Decimals and Fractions: Help and Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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