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Test Form A

Name:

35 80

2.

375 1000

3.

32 64

3. 4. 5. 6.

Convert the following improper fractions to mixed numbers, and write using lowest terms. 4.

19 7

5.

38 24

6.

50 16

Convert the following mixed numbers to improper fractions. 5 7. 3 11

7.

8. 21 78

8.

9. 32 13

9.

Find the LCD of each of the following groups of denominators. 10. 8, 12

10.

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Test Form A

Name:

11. 5, 10, 16

11.

12. 6, 15, 24, 32

12.

Solve the following problems. 13. +

1 5 3 10 1 4

14.

7 47 12

−13

13.

1 6

14.

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Test Form A

Name:

8 13 − 48 16

15.

16. 12 21 × 1 32

16.

27 17. 3 43 ÷ 16

17.

Solve the following application problems. 18. Spence Ferris, a sales representative, drove 4 12 hours on the

18.

first day of his business trip, 8 34 hours on the second day, 2

1

6 3 hours on the third day, and 5 6 hours on the fourth day. If he must drive a total of 30 hours in five days, how many hours must Spence drive on the fifth day? 19. Rod Shuffield owns 63 34 acres of land. He sells one-third of the land,

1 5

19.

of the remaining land will lie unplanted. How

many acres will Rod plant this year? 20. Anna Granger bought 29 shares of one stock for \$8 34 per

20.

share and 15 shares of another stock for \$6 41 per share. How much did she pay altogether? 21. Find the number of decorative bows that can be made from 24 34 yards of ribbon if each bow requires 1 18 yards of

21.

ribbon. Convert the following decimals to fractions. 22. .725

22.

23. .84

23.

Convert the following fractions to decimals. Round answer to the nearest thousandth. 24.

17 18

24.

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19 24

Test Form A

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Fractions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Test Form B

Chapter 2

Test Form B

Name:

Write the following fractions in lowest terms. 1.

28 70

1.

2.

36 100

2.

3.

24 1236

3.

Convert the following improper fractions to mixed numbers, and write using lowest terms. 4.

55 7

4.

5.

21 6

5.

6.

80 21

6.

Convert the following mixed numbers to improper fractions. 7. 4 56

7.

8. 32 18

8.

9. 10 94

9.

Find the LCD of each of the following groups of denominators. 10. 6, 27

10.

11. 5, 12, 21

11.

12. 2, 6, 15, 32

12.

Solve the following problems. 13.

5 8 7 12 2

+

14.

27 98

13.

â&#x2C6;&#x2019;14 13

3

14.

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Chapter 2

Test Form B

73 74

15.

Name: 15.

11 − 29 14

16. 6 31 × 52

16.

17. 2 12 ÷ 3 43

17.

Solve the following application problems. 18. Desiree Ramirez is a scuba diver and plans to spend 5 hours underwater during her five day vacation. She makes two dives each day. On the first day, the duration of her dives was 12 hour and 23 hour; the second day, 34 and 13 hour; the third day,

5 6

and

1 2

hour; the fourth day,

2 3

and

1 4

18.

hour.

How long must she spend on the fifth day to achieve her goal? 19. 19. Sam Becker owns 147 14 acres of land in Maine. He sells one-fifth of his land and deeds 12 of the remaining land to his grandchildren. How much land does Sam still own? 20. Sally McLouth bought 7 pounds of rib eye steak for \$7.75 per pound and 4 12 pounds of lamb chops for \$9.25 per pound. Find the total cost. Round your answer to the nearest cent. 21. A party favor requires 3 78 inches of ribbon. How many

20.

21.

party favors can be made with 62 inches of ribbon? Convert the following decimals to fractions. 22. .3

22.

23. .85

23.

Convert the following fractions to decimals. Round answer to the nearest thousandth. 24.

19 22

24.

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11 12

Test Form B

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Fractions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Test Form C

Chapter 2

Test Form C

Name:

Write the following fractions in lowest terms. 1.

76 90

1.

2.

28 490

2.

3.

426 840

3.

Convert the following improper fractions to mixed numbers, and write using lowest terms. 4.

39 5

4.

5.

63 14

5.

6.

116 28

6.

Convert the following mixed numbers to improper fractions. 7. 6 85

7.

8. 17 53

8.

1 9. 12 11

9.

Find the LCD of each of the following groups of denominators. 10. 6, 21

10.

11. 4, 10, 18

11.

12. 8, 14, 16, 21

12.

Solve the following problems. 13. +

3 4 2 3 5 6

14. 16 15 16

13.

â&#x2C6;&#x2019;4 81 14.

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15.

12

Chapter 2 2

Test Form C

Name: 15.

5 13 − 9 15

16. 2 23 × 4 21

16.

17. 12 21 ÷ 3

17.

Solve the following application problems. 18. A concession stand stocks 18 cases of soda for the weekend 6 31 cases of soda were sold on Friday, 5 43 on Saturday, and

18.

4 21 on Sunday. How many cases remain? 19. Jill Owen owns 271 14 acres of land in Alaska. She sells one-fourth of the land and sets aside

3 5

19.

of the reminder as

wilderness area. How much remains that is not designated as wilderness? 20. Brad Harrington bought 31 shares of one stock for \$9 34

20.

per share and 26 shares of another stock for \$11 58 per share. How much did he pay altogether? 21. Find the number of cakes that can be made from 25 lb. of flour if each cake requires 56 of a pound.

21.

Convert the following decimals to fractions. 22. .22

22.

23. .1125

23.

Convert the following fractions to decimals. Round answer to the nearest thousandth. 24.

5 13

25.

59

24. 120

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Fractions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Test Form D

Chapter 2

Test Form D

Name:

Write the following fractions in lowest terms. 1.

56 60

1.

2.

48 100

2.

3.

281 562

3.

Convert the following improper fractions to mixed numbers, and write using lowest terms. 4.

35 8

4.

5.

70 30

5.

6.

124 24

6.

Convert the following mixed numbers to improper fractions. 7. 7 74

7.

8. 12163

8.

9. 34 23

9.

Find the LCD of each of the following groups of denominators. 10. 14, 20

10.

11. 10, 15, 20

11.

12. 8, 9, 15, 16

12.

Solve the following problems. 13.

3 5 7 4 10 + 1158

18

14.

6 127

13.

â&#x2C6;&#x2019;2 13 14.

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15.

92 14 −11 56

Chapter 2

Test Form D

Name: 15.

16. 5 91 × 234

16.

17. 3 52 ÷ 4158

17.

Solve the following application problems. 18. Mari Seni works exactly 40 hours in a 5-day work week. She worked 6 12 hours of Monday, 8 34 hours on Tuesday, 5

18.

1

6 6 hours on Wednesday, and 10 4 hours on Thursday. How many hours must Mari work on Friday? 19. Barry Owen owns 146 12 acres of land in Nebraska. He

19.

sells one-third of the land and donates 101 of the remainder for charity. How many acres of land does he have left? 20. Kirk Spencer bought 23 shares of one stock for \$6 58 per

20.

share and 45 shares of another stock for \$16 34 per share. How much did he pay altogether? Round your answer to the nearest cent. 21. Brookhaven College recently carpeted its new offices with 210 square yards of carpet. The total cost of the carpet was \$6825. What was the cost of the carpet per square yard?

21.

Convert the following decimals to fractions. 22. .075

22.

23. .42

23.

Convert the following fractions to decimals. Round to the nearest thousandth. 24.

3 28

24.

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Chapter 2 25.

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Test Form D

Name: 25.

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Fractions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Test Form E

Chapter 2

Test Form E

Name:

For each question, select the letter that corresponds to the correct answer. 80 1. Write 112 in lowest terms.

(a)

6 7

(b)

40 56

1. (c)

5 7

(d)

10 14

325 in lowest terms. 2. Write 1000 28 (a) 250

(b)

13 40

2. (c)

65 200

(d)

11 100

36 in lowest terms. 3. Write1260

(a) 351

(b) 39 5

4. Convert

(a) 5 74 5. Convert

116 28

(a) 4284 6. Convert

57 18

(a) 3 13

18 630

3. (c)

3 105

(d)

6 210

to a mixed number. Write in lowest terms. (b) 4 57

(c) 7 45

4. (d) 7 45

to a mixed number. Write in lowest terms. (b) 7 14

(c) 1 74

5. (d) 4 71

to a mixed number. Write in lowest terms. 3 (b) 3 18

(c) 3 16

6. (d) 3

7. Convert 7 59 to an improper fraction. (a)

68 9

(b)

60 9

8. Convert 14 56 to an improper fraction.

7. (c)

63 9

(d)

71 9

8.

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Test Form E (b)

84 5

Name: (c)

70 6

(d)

76 5

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Test Form E

Name:

9. Convert 20 34 to an improper fraction. (a)

64 4

10. Find the LCD for

3 4

(a) 120 11. Find the LCD for

3

(b)

83 3

and

17 . 50

(c)

83 4

(b) 2 , 7 , and

(c) 100

(d) 200

21 .

11.

25

(b) 630 and 16 .

(c) 900

(d) 450

3, 1, 4

(a) 336

(d)

10.

10 18

(a) 500 12. Find the LCD for

80 3

8

9.

12.

21

(b) 168

(c) 2016

(d) 4032

Solve the following problems. 13. Add:

3 4

1 + 85 + 12

(a) 2 12

13. (b) 1 11 24

(c) 1209

7 (d) 1 12

14. Subtract: 6 89 − 2 31 (a) 4 59

14. (b) 4 49

(c) 4 23

(d) 4 12

1 − 28 1 15. Subtract: 57 12 6

(a) 28 34

(b) 29 23

15. (c) 28 56

11 (d) 28 12

16. Multiply: 7 83 × 98 (a) 6 29

16. (b) 6 17 18

(c) 7 13

(d) 6 59

34 17. Divide: 2 65 ÷ 12

(a) 1

17. (b) 1 13

(c) 1 12

(d) 1 16

Fractions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Test Form E

Solve the following application problems. 18. Jack Ennings is a freelancer who works 35 hours a week. He worked 6121

18.

hours on Monday, 7 13 hours on Tuesday, 9 14 hours on Wednesday, and 4 21 hours on Thursday. How many hours should Jack work on Friday? (a) 9121

(b) 7 56

(c) 10 16

(d) 8 32

19. Julie Fleming owns 90 34 acres of land in Arizona. She sells one-third of the land and deeds

1 4

19.

of the reminder to her son. How many acres of

land does she have left? (a) 15 18

(b) 45 83

(c) 60 12

9 (d) 7 16

20. Don Baker bought 36 shares of one stock for \$6 34 per share and 45

20.

shares of another stock for \$7 14 per share. How much did he pay altogether? (a) \$303.75 (b) \$504.00 (c) \$569.25 (d) \$630.00 1 21. A certain fabric costs \$5 4 per yard. How many yards can you buy for

21.

\$194.25? (a) 199

(b) 37

(c) 39

(d) 189

22. Convert .06 to a fraction. (a)

3 5

(b)

4 50

23. Convert .615 to a fraction. (b) 615 123 (a) 500 10 24. Convert

6 7

22. (c)

3 50

(d)

3 500

23. (c)

121 200

(d)

123 200

to a decimal. Round to the nearest thousandth.

(a) 1.167 (b) 1.1667 (c) .8571 (d) .857 11 25. Convert 24 to a decimal. Round to the nearest thousandth.

24.

25.

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(a) .4583

(b) 2.182

(c) .458

(d) 2.1818

Chapter 2

Test Form F

Name:

For each question, select the letter that corresponds to the correct answer. 1. Write

177 354

in lowest terms.

59 (a) 118

2. Write

345 600

(b)

1 2

1. (c)

177 354

(d) 2

in lowest terms.

(a) 506

(b)

1 2

2. (c)

69 120

(d)

23 40

72 3. Write 192 in lowest terms.

(a)

1 2

4. Convert

(b) 33 5

(a) 6 35 5. Convert

258 36

54 24

(a) 2 14

(c)

9 24

(d)

7 19

to a mixed number. Write in lowest terms. (b) 6155

(a) 7366 6. Convert

3 8

3.

(c) 6 53

4. (d) 6 31

to mixed number. Write in lowest terms. (b) 7 16

(c) 6 17

5. (d) 1 67

to mixed number. Write in lowest terms. (b) 2 12

(c) 2123

6. (d) 2

7. Convert 6 17 to an improper fraction. (a) 6

(b)

39 7

8. Convert 34 34 to an improper fraction. (b)

7. (c)

40 7

(d)

43 7

8.

(a)

136 4

139 4

(c)

106 3

(d)

106 4

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9. Convert 14 78 to an improper fraction. (a)

112 8

(b)

121 8

(c)

10. Find the LCD for

3 14

(a) 2 11. Find the LCD for

5 , 13 ,

(b) 364 and

24 .

6

28

25

(a) 420 12. Find the LCD for

115 8

(d)

119 8

25 . 26

and

10. (c) 182

(b) 2100 1 , 9 , and 5 . 3 10

(a) 60

9.

(d) 7 11.

(c) 210

(d) 820 12.

12

(b) 150

(c) 30

(d) 300

Solve the following problems. 11 13. Add: 1 56 + 23 + 12

(a) 2125

13. (b) 3 12

(c) 3127

5 (d) 3 12

14. Subtract: 17 61 − 4 32 (a) 13 12

14. (b) 13 13

(c) 12 12

(d) 13

− 4 65 15. Subtract: 12 13 15

15. 3 (b) 8 10

(a) 8301

(c) 7301

(d) 8

16. Multiply: 2 71 × 14 5 (a)

16.

209

75

(b) 20

35

17. Divide:

11 14

(a) 14 23

(c) 6

(d)

98

÷3

17. (b)

4 135

(c) 3 34

(d)

4 15

Fractions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Test Form F

Solve the following application problems. 18. Lisa Evans has a 30-page term paper due on Monday. She wrote 5 16

18.

pages on Thursday, 7 13 pages on Friday, and 9 34 pages on Saturday. How many pages must she write on Sunday to complete the assignment? (a) 7 34

(b) 8 23

(c) 7125

(d) 8 43

19. Charles Franke is building a bookshelf. He has a piece of wood 18 34 feet

19.

long. He uses four pieces, each 2 18 feet long, for the shelves, and two pieces, each 3 feet long, for the side supports. How much wood is left over? (a) 14 21 feet

(b) 13 85 feet

(c) 7 41 feet

(d) 4 41 feet

20. Elza Wilding bought 48 shares of one stock for \$15 34 per share and

20.

42 shares of another stock for \$11 18 per share. How much did she pay altogether? (a) \$1001.25

(b) \$1223.25

(c) \$1128.75

(d) \$1417.50

21. A logger is clearing land and cuts down a tree that is 140 feet long. He cuts the tree into logs of length 1 14 feet. How many logs can he cut? (a) 175

(b) 35

(c) 112

(d) 560

22. Convert .125 to a fraction. (a)

125 1000

(b)

7 8

22. (c)

1 8

(d) 1 41

23. Convert .36 to a fraction. (a) 259

(b)

21.

23. 3 5

(c)

2 5

(d)

8 25

24. Convert 177 to a decimal. Round to the nearest thousandth.

24.

(a) .4118 (b) .412 (c) 2.429 (d) 2.4286 3 25. Convert 16 to a decimal. Round to the nearest thousandth.

25.

(a) 5.33

(b) 5.333

(c) .188

(d) .1875

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