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Explanation The statement is true because both 1/4 and 2/8 represent the same fraction, which is equal to 0.25. When simplified, both fractions have the same numerator and denominator, meaning they are equivalent.
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2.
5/8" is the same as 10/16".
A.
True
B.
False
Correct Answer A. True
Explanation The given statement is true because when we simplify both fractions, 5/8 and 10/16, we find that they are equivalent. By multiplying the numerator and denominator of 5/8 by 2, we get 10/16. Therefore, 5/8" is indeed the same as 10/16".
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3.
16/16" is the same as 2"
A.
True
B.
False
Correct Answer B. False
Explanation The statement "16/16" is the same as "2" is false. This is because when we simplify the fraction 16/16, we get 1, not 2. The numerator and denominator are both 16, so they cancel out, leaving us with 1. Therefore, the correct answer is false.
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4.
1-5/8" is the same as 11/8"
A.
True
B.
False
Correct Answer B. False
Explanation The statement is false because 1-5/8" is not the same as 11/8". 1-5/8" is equal to 13/8", not 11/8".
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5.
There are 4, 16ths in a quarter inch.
A.
True
B.
False
Correct Answer A. True
Explanation In a quarter inch, there are four equal parts called 16ths. This means that if we divide a quarter inch into 16 equal parts, each part would be called a 16th. Therefore, the statement "There are 4, 16ths in a quarter inch" is true.
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6.
How man sixteenths in 9/16" over a half inch?
Correct Answer one, 1
Explanation There is only one sixteenth in 9/16". The question is asking how many sixteenths are there in 9/16", which is equivalent to one sixteenth.
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7.
How many sixteenths are in One quarter of an inch?
Correct Answer 4, four
Explanation One quarter of an inch is equal to 4 sixteenths. This is because there are 16 sixteenths in one whole inch, and one quarter of an inch is one-fourth of that. So, if we divide 16 by 4, we get 4 sixteenths in one quarter of an inch.
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8.
How many eights are in an inch?
Correct Answer 8, eight
Explanation In the given question, the answer "8, eight" implies that there are 8 instances of the number eight in an inch. This answer is correct because an inch is a unit of measurement and does not contain any specific number of eights. Therefore, the answer simply states that there are 8 eights in an inch without any additional context or calculation.
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9.
How many sixteenths are in 3/8 of an inch?
Correct Answer 6, six
Explanation To find out how many sixteenths are in 3/8 of an inch, we need to convert 3/8 into sixteenths. Since there are 16 sixteenths in one whole inch, we can multiply 3/8 by 16/1 to get the answer. Multiplying the numerators gives us 3x16=48, and multiplying the denominators gives us 8x1=8. Therefore, 3/8 of an inch is equal to 48/8 or 6 sixteenths.
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10.
.250 is the same as _________
Correct Answer 1/4
Explanation The fraction 1/4 is equivalent to the decimal 0.25. When we multiply 0.25 by 100, we get 25. Therefore, 0.25 is equal to 25/100. Simplifying this fraction by dividing both the numerator and denominator by 25, we get 1/4. Hence, 250 is the same as 1/4.
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11.
.312 is the same as _________
Correct Answer 5/16
Explanation The given question asks for an equivalent fraction to 312. To find the equivalent fraction, we need to simplify the given fraction. By dividing both the numerator and denominator by their greatest common divisor, which is 4, we get 312/4 = 78/1. Therefore, the equivalent fraction to 312 is 78/1, which can also be written as 78.
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12.
.875 is the same as _________
Correct Answer 7/8
Explanation The decimal number .875 is equivalent to the fraction 7/8. To convert a decimal to a fraction, we can write the decimal as a fraction with the decimal value as the numerator and a power of 10 as the denominator. In this case, .875 can be written as 875/1000. Simplifying this fraction by dividing both the numerator and denominator by 125 gives us 7/8.
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13.
The decimal for 9/16 is _________
Correct Answer .562
Explanation The decimal for 9/16 is .562 because when you divide 9 by 16, you get a quotient of 0.5625. However, since the question asks for the decimal, we round down to the nearest thousandth, which is .562.
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14.
The decimal for 13/16 is ____________
Correct Answer .812
Explanation The decimal for 13/16 is .812 because when we divide 13 by 16, we get the decimal value of 0.8125. However, since the question asks for the decimal to be rounded to three decimal places, we round down and the final answer is .812.
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15.
The decimal for 1/16 is ___________
Correct Answer .062
Explanation The decimal for 1/16 is .062 because when we divide 1 by 16, we get a quotient of 0.0625. However, since we are asked for the decimal, we round it to the nearest thousandth, which is .062.
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16.
A.
10-1/2"
B.
10-3/8"
C.
10-1/4"
Correct Answer A. 10-1/2"
17.
A.
1-7/8"
B.
1-29/32"
C.
1-15/16"
Correct Answer B. 1-29/32"
18.
A.
3-3/8"
B.
3-6/16"
C.
3-12/32"
Correct Answer A. 3-3/8"
19.
A.
1-3/16"
B.
1-4/32"
C.
1-1/8"
Correct Answer C. 1-1/8"
20.
It takes _______ sixteenths to equal an inch?
A.
8
B.
16
C.
64
Correct Answer B. 16
Explanation In this question, we are asked to determine how many sixteenths are needed to equal one inch. Since there are 16 sixteenths in one whole, it takes 16 sixteenths to equal an inch.
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