Fractions, prime numbers, factors, odd numbers, even numbers, ascending order, same denominator
This document is a corrected mathematics test on fractions.
[...] Jordan wants to divide the chocolate amongst 5 people friends and himself). Jordan wants to keep a third of the chocolate for himself. He divides the remaining part equally amongst 4 of his friends. How many blocks(s) will each friend receive? Answers Question False True True False True Question Change the fractions to allow them to all have the same denominator. Once they have the same denominator, organize them in ascending order. [...]
[...] Therefore it gives you the biggest fraction Every third person gets a pen, and every fifth person gets a chocolate. We need to find a common place where a person will get both a chocolate and a pen. At number 15 a person will get a chocolate and a pen. We find that every fifteenth person gets both / 15 = 13.33333 Therefore, we discover that 13 people get a chocolate and a pen. Question 1/3 of 12 = 4 Is the amount of chocolate Jordan keeps for himself 12 - 4 = 8 is the amount that Jordan is able to share with his friends 8 / 4 = 2 Therefore we discover that each one of Jordan's friends get 2 pieces of chocolate. [...]
[...] NO CALCULATORS ALLOWED AND SHOW ALL WORKING 712;36;1324 Question Simplify the following fully. SHOW ALL WORKING 3.1 32- 13x 223+34+ 34-14- -2x5-x 53-32x 25x38+25/ x2-3x478 Question 4.1 If m is a number between 15 and 30 and n is a number between 3 and what is the biggest fraction that mn Can be? 4.2 Every third visitor to a show gets given a pen while every fifth visitor gets given a chocolate. Of the first 200 visitors, how many receive a pen and a chocolate. Question A chocolate bar has 12 blocks. [...]
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