# Fractions + comparing - practice problems - page 5 of 6

#### Number of problems found: 112

- Drill bit

Bill's 3/8 inch drill bit is missing and is needed for a job. He can get by with drilling a smaller hole than 3/8 inch as long as it is as close to 3/8 inch as possible. Which of the following bits would be the best to use? A. 13/32 inch B. 23/64 inch C. - Pumpkin pie

Have some pumpkin pie. One-half of the pie is cut into four equal slices. The other half is cut into three equal slices. After eating one of the larger slices (on the three-piece side), I wonder if I will eat more if I have one more from the three sides o - Torque

Torque and Mari each multiplied 1/8 inch times 5/8 inch. Tartaric 5/8 squares point inches. And Marie got 5/64 squared thought inches tall. Which student found a corrupt area? - Microorganisms

The first generation of microorganisms has a population of 13500 members. Each subsequent generation is 11/10 times the previous one. Find out how many generations will reach at least three times members of the first generation. - Mathematics 80583

Can it be 1%>2%? Can't it be nonsense and a denial of the law of mathematics, yet 119 out of 120 people say so? - Choose

Choose the three equivalent forms of 6.375. A. six and three eighths, 6.375%, fifty one eighths B. six and three seventy fifths, 6.375%, thirty seven sixths C. six and three seventy fifths, 637.5%, thirty seven sixths D. six and three eighths, 637.5%, fif - Mr Novak

Mr. Novak earns an average 927 euros. When increasing the salary, they gave him a choice: ... What is a better choice for Mr. Novak? - Children 35891

Three children got part of the cake. Which got the most? Tomas 24% Lenka 0.3 Philip 2/7 - What 11781

What is greater: 2/5 of 10, or 20% of 4000? - Arrange

Arrange the following in descending order: 0.32, 2on5, 27%, 1 on 3 - Right-angled 64614

Arrange the given shapes according to their area content, in descending order: Square with perimeter = 16 cm A rectangle with side a = 3 cm and perimeter o = 16 cm A right-angled triangle with a hypotenuse of 4.125 cm and a hypotenuse of 8.125 cm - Ordered pairs

Given: Set T = {(1,2), (2,3), (3,4), (4,5), (5,5), (6,7), (6,6), (7,8), (8,9), (9,9), (9, 10), (11,12), (12,13), (13,14), (15,16), (16,16), (17,18), (18,19), (20,21)} Find the probability of having an ordered pair wherein the second element is greater tha - Aquarium 7098

The zoo has an aquarium with a length of 2.5 m, a width of 1.5 m, and a depth of 2 m. The water reaches 3/4 of the height of the aquarium. Can we put a 2 m³ stone in the aquarium without the water spilling out of the aquarium? (1=Yes, 0=No) - Stones in aquarium

In an aquarium with a length of 2 m, 1.5 m wide, and 2.5 m deep, the water is up to three-quarters of the depth. Can we place 2m cubic meters of stones in the aquarium without spilling water? (0 = no, 1 = yes) - Stones in aquarium

In an aquarium with a length of 2 m, a width of 1.5 m, and a depth of 2.5 m is a water level up to three-quarters of the depth. Can we place stones with a volume of 2 m³ into the aquarium without water being poured out? - What is similar fraction

Which of the following is the similar fraction of 9/10,3/5,1/4 - Three-quarters 47331

A cylindrical container is three-quarters full with six liters of water. We dip a cube-shaped body into the container, which sinks to the bottom. The length of the edge of the cube is 13 cm. Decide what happens to the sink after the cube is dipped. - Janice

Janice said that when you multiply a fraction less than 1 by a nonzero whole number, the product is always less than the whole number. Do you agree? Explain. - Indicated 32771

Did Sonia not like the ratio indicated on the jelly sugar; which picture is wrong and why? A) for 1000g of fruit, add 350g of sugar 3:1: super jelly sugar B) 3:1 for 1500 g of fruit, add 500 g of sugar: extra jelly sugar - Calculate 26051

The base of the prism has the shape of a square with a side of 10 cm. The height of the prism is 20 cm. Calculate the height of a pyramid with a square base of 10 cm, which has four times the prism's volume.

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