Rational numbers - practice problemsa rational number is a number that can be expressed as the fraction p/q
of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero positive denominator q. The decimal expansion of a rational number either terminates after a finite number of digits (example: 1/2 = 0.5), or eventually begins to repeat the same finite sequence of digits over and over - example 1/3 = 0.33333....
Number of problems found: 357
- Ratio v2
Decrease in the ratio 12:16 number 13.2.
Increase in the ratio 20:4 number 18.5.
- Write 6
Write two hundred four thousandths in decimal form.
- Which 11
Which decimal is equivalent to 5/6
- The quotient of two numbers
Find the quotient of 229.12 and 12.32
- My whole
My whole number is 88 if you add 5 thousandths, 8 tenths, and 7 thousandths. What number will I be?
If you have 0.08, what is the form in thousandths?
- What is 11
What is the quotient of Three-fifths and 1 Over 10?
- One sixth
How many sixths are two-thirds?
- Decimal place
What is the place value of the digit to the right of 3 in 2.438?
Subtract mixed numbers with regrouping: 11 17/20- 6 19/20
Double round number 727, first to tens, then to hundreds. (double rounding)
- Lowest terms
Reduce to the lowest terms: 32/124
- Convert 5889
Convert the ratio to the basic form: 3.5:70
What is 1/5 as a decimal? Round your answer to three decimal places.
- Missing factor
Find the missing factor. ? × 0.011 = 0.000121
- Comparing and sorting
Arrange in descending order these fractions: 2/7, 7/10 & 1/2
- Sum of 25
The Sum of two rational numbers is -2/3. If one of the numbers is 4/5, find the other.
- Quotient of two numbers
Find the quotient of 11/8 correct to the first place of the decimal.
- Round 19
Round 644.4 to the nearest one.