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Question 1
In a group of 32 people, 14 were in red shirts, 12 were in blue shirts, and rests were in white shirts. What fraction of the group was wearing blue shirts?
A.
 2 8
B.
 3 8
C.
 4 7
D.
 1 2
 Question 2 Ricky and Tim were eating blueberries from two different baskets. Ricky's basket had 72 blueberries and Tim's basket had 81 blueberries. Ricky ate th of the blueberries from his basket and Tim ate th of the blueberries from his basket. Who ate more blueberries? A. Ricky B. Tim C. Both ate the same number of blueberries D. none of the above
 Question 3 Which number should go in the box to make the following fraction equivalent to ? A. 4 B. 12 C. 5 D. 10
Question 4
Which of the following options shows Â in simplest form?
A.
 5 8
B.
 7 8
C.
 3 5
D.
 1 2
Question 5
Which of these fractions is equivalent to ?
A.
 6 9
B.
 10 30
C.
 10 12
D.
 4 28
 Question 6 Order the fractions from the greatest to least. A. ,Â  , Â ,Â B. , Â ,Â ,Â C. ,Â  ,Â  , Â D. ,Â  , Â  ,Â
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Question 7
Â Â + = ?
A.
 12 10
B.
 13 5
C.
 13 15
D.
 1 10
Question 8
Nelly painted of her blanket with blue , with pink and with green.
How much more of the blanket is painted green than blue?
A.
 1 6
B.
 2 6
C.
 2 3
D.
 1 2
Question 9
Find the difference.
A.
 3 16
B.
 2 9
C.
 3 8
D.
 1 4
Question 10
Andrew cuts a cucumber into 12 pieces and shares it with Kristy, Maria and Kyle. Kristy eats 3 slices, Kyle eats 2 slices, Maria eats 4 slices and Andrew eats remaining slices. How much more portion did Andrew eat than Kyle?
A.
 1 6
B.
 1 12
C.
 1 3
D.
 1 9