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# Calculate With Confidence 1st Canadian Edition Test Bank

**Chapter 01: Fractions**

**Gray Morris: Calculate with Confidence, 1st Canadian Edition**

**COMPLETION**

- Reduce the following fraction to its lowest terms.

54/81 = _____

ANS: 2/3

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- Reduce the following fraction to its lowest terms.

105/135 = _____

ANS: 7/9

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- Reduce the following fraction to its lowest terms.

39/65 = _____

ANS: 3/5

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- Change the following improper fraction to a whole or mixed number. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

325/16 = _______

ANS: 20 5/16

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- Change the following improper fraction to a whole or mixed number. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

1,500/100 = _____

ANS: 15

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- Change the following improper fraction to a whole or mixed number. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

193/62 = _______

ANS: 3 7/62

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- Change the following mixed number to an improper fraction.

12 1/8 = _______

ANS: 97/8

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- Change the following mixed number to an improper fraction.

29 2/3 = _____

ANS: 89/3

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- Perform the indicated operation and reduce the result to its lowest terms.

1/12 + 6/12 + 5/12 = ____

ANS: 1

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- Perform the indicated operation and reduce the result to its lowest terms.

3/8 –1/3 = _____

ANS: 1/24

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- Perform the indicated operation and reduce the result to its lowest terms.

4/5 ´ 5/16 = _____

ANS: 1/4

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- Perform the indicated operation and reduce the result to its lowest terms.

1/12 ´ 1/15 = ______

ANS: 1/180

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- Perform the indicated operation and reduce the result to its lowest terms.

3/5 ÷ 5 = ______

ANS: 3/25

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- Perform the indicated operation and reduce the result to its lowest terms.

1/100 ÷ 1/200 = _____

ANS: 2

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- Indicate which fraction is the largest.

1/100, 1/150, 1/200: ________

ANS: 1/100

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- Arrange the following fractions from smallest to largest. After each fraction place a comma followed by a space.

1/6, 1/5, 1/8, 1/4, 1/3: ____________________________

ANS: 1/8, 1/6, 1/5, 1/4, 1/3

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce each to its lowest terms.

1/5 + 1/2 + 1/4 = ______

ANS: 19/20

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce each to its lowest terms. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

16 5/6 – 14 3/8 = ________

ANS: 2 11/24

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce each to its lowest terms. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

6 10/12 ´ 15/3 = ________

ANS: 34 1/6

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce each to its lowest terms. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

56 ÷ 9/20 = _________

ANS: 124 4/9

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- Indicate the largest number in the following set.

5/6, 5/8: ______

ANS: 5/6

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- Indicate the largest number in the following set.

1/30, 1/4, 1/150: _____

ANS: 1/4

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- Reduce the following fraction to its lowest terms.

34/102 = _____

ANS: 1/3

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- Reduce the following fraction to its lowest terms.

60/1200 = _____

ANS: 1/20

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- Express the following improper fraction as a mixed number. Reduce it to its lowest terms. With a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

24/18 = ______

ANS: 1 1/3

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- Express the following improper fraction as a mixed number. Reduce it to its lowest terms. With a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

15/13 = ______

ANS: 1 2/13

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- Change the following mixed number to an improper fraction.

9 1/9 = _____

ANS: 82/9

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- Change the following mixed number to an improper fraction.

6 7/10 = _____

ANS: 67/10

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6 5/16 + 5 3/16 = ______

ANS: 11 1/2

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4 3/10 + 2 2/10 = _____

ANS: 6 1/2

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3 1/5 + 3 2/3 + 2 1/2 = _______

ANS: 9 11/30

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1 2/4 + 3 1/3 = _____

ANS: 4 5/6

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce the result to its lowest terms.

15/21 – 10/21 = _____

ANS: 5/21

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce the result to its lowest terms.

8/16 – 1/4 = _____

ANS: 1/4

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce the result to its lowest terms. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

14 – 5/9 = _____

ANS: 13 4/9

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce the result to its lowest terms. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

6 1/4 – 2 5/8 = _____

ANS: 3 5/8

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- Perform the indicated operation with fractions. Reduce the result to its lowest terms. If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction.

5 1/3 – 1 7/12 = ______

ANS: 3 3/4

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- A patient received 2 1/2 pills at breakfast and 2 1/3 pills at lunch. How many pills has the patient received? If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction. _____ pills

ANS: 4 5/6

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- A patient who weighed 51 1/2 kilograms (kg) lost 2 3/4 kg due to illness. How many kilograms does the patient now weigh? If the answer is a mixed number, put a space between the whole number and the fraction. ____ kg

ANS: 48 3/4

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- A patient drank 1/2 of a 1-litre can of seltzer water. How many millilitres (mL) of seltzer water did the patient drink? ______ mL

ANS: 500

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- A patient is supposed to drink a 300-millilitre (mL) bottle of magnesium citrate before an X-ray study. The patient was able to drink 120 mL. How much of the magnesium citrate remains? Express the answer as a fraction reduced to its lowest terms. ______ mL

ANS: 2/5

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- The nurse is instructed to give a patient 2/3 of a 240-millilitre (mL) cup of solution. How many mL should the nurse administer? _____ mL

ANS: 160

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