# Percent And Fraction: Math Test Quiz!

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### If I eat 7/10 M&M's, what percent of the M&M's did I eat?

• A.

80%

• B.

54%

• C.

70%

• D.

30%

• E.

Option5

C. 70%
Explanation
If you eat 7/10 of the M&M's, it means you ate 70% of the total amount. This can be calculated by dividing 7 by 10 and then multiplying by 100 to convert it into a percentage.

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• 2.

### What is 3/4 equal to?

• A.

75%

• B.

12%

• C.

90%

• D.

31%

• E.

235%

A. 75%
Explanation
The fraction 3/4 is equal to 75% because to convert a fraction to a percentage, you divide the numerator by the denominator and multiply by 100. In this case, 3 divided by 4 is 0.75, and when multiplied by 100, it becomes 75%.

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• 3.

### Is 30% equal to?

• A.

3 4/10

• B.

4/10

• C.

3/10

• D.

2/10

• E.

23 2/10

C. 3/10
Explanation
The correct answer is 3/10 because 30% can be written as a fraction by dividing 30 by 100, which simplifies to 3/10.

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• 4.

### 50% is equal to what fraction?

• A.

1/2

• B.

3/4

• C.

1/4

A. 1/2
Explanation
50% is equal to 1/2 because percent means "per hundred" and 50% represents 50 per hundred. To convert a percentage to a fraction, we divide the percentage by 100. Therefore, 50/100 simplifies to 1/2.

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### If apples are 2 for \$1.00.  How much are 5 apples?

• A.

\$0.50

• B.

\$2.00

• C.

\$10.00

• D.

\$2.50

D. \$2.50
Explanation
If apples are 2 for \$1.00, it means that each apple costs \$0.50. Therefore, if we want to know the cost of 5 apples, we multiply the cost of one apple (\$0.50) by the number of apples (5). This gives us a total of \$2.50.

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### If I get 67 points on a test that is scored out of 100 points, what percent did I answer correctly?  ________

67%, 67 percent
Explanation
To find the percentage of correct answers, divide the number of points obtained (67) by the total possible points (100) and multiply by 100. This will give the percentage of correct answers, which is 67%.

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### 53% of people have iPhones.  What percent of people DO NOT have iPhones?

• A.

53%

• B.

47%

• C.

100%

B. 47%
Explanation
The correct answer is 47%. Since the question states that 53% of people have iPhones, it implies that the remaining percentage of people do not have iPhones. To determine the percentage of people who do not have iPhones, we subtract 53% from 100%, which equals 47%. Therefore, 47% of people do not have iPhones.

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### If 13 out of 100 people are bankers, what percent of people are bankers?

• A.

100%

• B.

87%

• C.

113%

• D.

13%

D. 13%
Explanation
The given question states that 13 out of 100 people are bankers. To find the percentage of people who are bankers, we divide the number of bankers (13) by the total number of people (100) and multiply by 100. This calculation gives us 13%. Therefore, 13% of people are bankers.

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• 9.

### 88% of people go shopping on Black Friday.  Does that mean that 12 people out of 100 do not go Black Friday shopping, true or false?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement "88% of people go shopping on Black Friday" implies that out of a group of 100 people, 88 of them go shopping on Black Friday. Therefore, it can be deduced that 12 people out of the 100 do not go Black Friday shopping, making the answer true.

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