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ORELA Math: Fractions Chapter Exam

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!

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Question 1 1. Subtract the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

Question 2 2. 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? (Remember that you can't have a fraction of a person.)

Question 3 3. If 3/5 of people have one pet and 2/3 of those pets are cats, then what fraction of the people have a cat?

Question 4 4. Sam has a pizza with 16 slices and decides to eat 5. What fraction represents how much of the pizza is left in the pizza box?

Question 5 5. Find the least common denominator of fractions that have the denominators 4 and 12.

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Question 6 6. David is applying to adopt some pet mini-dragons. The Main Street Dragon Rescue requires that new pet owners have at least 3 1/2 square feet of yard space per EACH mini-dragon they adopt. If David has 12 1/2 square feet of yard space, then how many mini-dragons will he be allowed to adopt? (Round down to the nearest whole dragon!)

Question 7 7. What is the fraction 12/20 in its simplest form?

Question 8 8. 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 9 9. Add the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

Question 10 10. Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.

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Question 11 11. At a hot wings restaurant, 5/9 of the patrons ordered the Inferno hot wings and 1/8 of those patrons passed out from the intensity of the sauce. What fraction of the patrons passed out?

Question 12 12. 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 13 13. Find the least common denominator of fractions that have the denominators 3 and 7.

Question 14 14. Add the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

Question 15 15. 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?

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Question 16 16. Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number.

Question 17 17. 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 18 18. 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 19 19. Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number.

Question 20 20. Find the least common denominator of fractions that have the denominators 13 and 8.

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Question 21 21. Subtract the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

Question 22 22. Find the least common denominator of fractions that have the denominators 8 and 12.

Question 23 23. Convert the improper fraction to a mixed number.

Question 24 24. Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.

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. Sally answered 10 out of 15 questions correctly on her math test. Which fraction in simplest form represents the number of questions that Sally MISSED on the math test?

Question 27 27. 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?

Question 28 28. 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 29 29. Divide 11 by 2 1/2.

Question 30 30. Farran purchased a carton of milk. She drank 1/8 of the carton. How much of the carton milk does Farran have left?

ORELA Math: Fractions 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!

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