Multiple Choice Identify the choice that
best completes the statement or answers the question.



Choose the best
answer.


1.

The fraction of the hexagon not shaded is


2.

How many common denominators do
the fractions , , and have, between 1 and
50?


3.

Determine the lowest common
denominator, between 1 and 50, for the following group of fractions: , , and .


4.

Determine the lowest common
denominator for the following group of fractions: , , and .


5.

Which fraction is the greatest,
, , , or ?


6.

Calculate . Express
your answer in lowest terms.


7.

Determine , in lowest
terms.


8.

Calculate . Express
your answer in lowest terms.


9.

Calculate .
a.   b.   c.  9  d.  16 


10.

In lowest terms, determine .


11.

Determine . Express
your answer in lowest terms.


12.

Calculate . Express
your answer in lowest terms.


13.

Express as an
improper fraction in lowest terms.


14.

As an improper fraction in
lowest terms, what is ?


15.

Calculate .


16.

The elevation of Dawson Creek
is about 665 m, which is about of the elevation of Kamloops. What is the elevation of
Kamloops in metres?
a.  380 m  b.  498 m  c.  660 m  d.  764 m 


17.

Canada’s population is
estimated to be 33 102 115, with the population of British Columbia making up of the
total population of the country. What is the estimated population of British Columbia?
a.  2 206
808  c.  4 402
317  b.  2 482 658  d.  4 413 615 


18.

A snapshot is taken at a busy
intersection and analysed. It shows that 16 people are in personal vehicles, 56 people are in buses,
and 24 are walking. What fraction (in lowest terms) of the people are in personal
vehicles?


19.

Barry’s father’s
truck has a fuel economy rating of 9.8 L per 100 km. Sonia’s father’s car has a fuel
economy rating that is that of the truck. What is the fuel rating for the
car?
a.  1.4 L per 100
km  c.  8.4 L per 100
km  b.  6.4 L per 100
km  d.  11.4 L per 100
km 


20.

A full set of teeth for an
adult consists of 32 teeth. Brian and Sampson collided while skiing and both were injured. After the
skiing accident Brian found that he had lost of his adult teeth. Sampson found
that he had lost as many teeth as Brian had. Determine how many teeth
Sampson lost.
