When it comes to converting a fraction to a decimal number it is important to ensure that you do it right and avoid causing a mathematical error. The quiz below is designed to help you perfect your skills. Give it a try and see if you need to get a tutor.
Questions and Answers
1.
Convert 7/8 to a decimal.
2.
The water tank had a maximum capacity of 84 gallons. If the tank was 2/7 full, how many gallons of water did it have?
3.
George cut 2/3 of the pie and put that giant piece on his plate. Then he ate 1/4 of that piece. What fraction of the original pie did George eat?
4.
15 has how many 3/4 s in it?
5.
Write 5.6% as a decimal.
6.
What is 45% of 175?
7.
What percent of 52 is 12? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.
8.
Convert 32% to a fraction. Make sure your answer is fully reduced.
How long did it take Ted to drive (in his new sports car) 272 miles if his average speed was 68 mph?
20.
Mr. Drysdale earned $906.25 in interest in one year on money that he had deposited in his local bank. If the bank paid an interest rate of 6.25%, how much money did Mr. Drysdale deposit?
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