10 Questions
| Total Attempts: 86

Questions and Answers

- 1.The smallest common multiple of two or more numbers, is known as what?
- A.
Ratio

- B.
Rate

- C.
Cross product

- D.
Least common multiple

- E.
Unit Rate

- 2.A relationship in quantity, amount, or size between two or more things, is known as what?
- A.
Ratio

- B.
Rate

- C.
Cross product

- D.
Least common multiple

- E.
Unit rate

- 3.Proper or equal share, describes what?
- A.
Least common multiple

- B.
Ratio

- C.
Proportion

- D.
Rate

- E.
Cross product

- 4.Reckoned value, describes what?
- A.
Least common multiple

- B.
Ratio

- C.
Proportion

- D.
Rate

- E.
Cross product

- 5.Either of the two products obtained by multiplying the two means or the two extremes of a proportion, describes what?
- A.
Least common multiple

- B.
Ratio

- C.
Proportion

- D.
Rate

- E.
Cross product

- 6.Ratios that name the same comparison, is what?
- A.
Proportion

- B.
Rate

- C.
Cross product

- D.
Equivalent ratio

- E.
Unit rate

- 7.A rate in which the second quantity in the comparison is one unit, is what?
- A.
Proportion

- B.
Rate

- C.
Cross product

- D.
Equivalent Ratio

- E.
Unit rate

- 8.Susan found a bag of 20 golf balls at a garage sale and bought the bag for 75 cents. Express the ratio of cost to the number of balls in lowest terms.
- A.
20:75

- B.
75:20

- C.
4:15

- D.
15:4

- 9.A gardening magazine suggested that a good mix for a flower bed is 20 pails of clay dirt, 15 pails of sand, and 5 pails of manure. Express this in lowest terms.
- A.
20:15:5

- B.
10:7:3

- C.
4:3:1

- D.
4:3:2

- 10.A stackable CD rack holds 25 CDs and costs $4. Charlie has a collection of 150 CDs. How much will it cost him to buy enough racks to hold all of his CDs?
- A.
$4

- B.
$24

- C.
$25

- D.
$150