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Who Wants to be a Fractions Millionaire

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Can you use what you've learnt about fractions and decimals to become a fractions millionaire?

Can you use what you've learnt about fractions and decimals to become a fractions millionaire?

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    • Who Wants To Be A Fractions Millionaire?
    • Question 1
    • What is ½ of 12A 34B 28C 6D 8
    • What is ½ of 12A 34B 28C6D8
    • £100
    • Question 2
    • What is ¼ of 16A 62B 8C 4D 2
    • What is ¼ of 16A62B8C4D2
    • £200
    • Question 3
    • What is 1/5 of 25A 20B 5C 15D 10
    • What is 1/5 of 25A 20B5C 15D 10
    • £300
    • Question 4
    • Calculate 4/5 of 250A 150B 520C 50D 200
    • Calculate 4/5 of 250A 150B 520C 50D 200
    • £500
    • Question 5
    • Which of the following is greater than 3/5 of 35?A 20B 6C 28D 21
    • Which of the following is greater than 3/5 of 35?A 12B6C 28D 10
    • £1,000
    • Question 6
    • Which of the following isless than 9/10 of 100?A 90B 98C 92D 80
    • Which of the following isless than 9/10 of 100?A 90B 98C 92D 80
    • £2,000
    • Question 7
    • What is the equivalent to 2 1/2A 5 halvesB 4 halvesC 3 halvesD 6 halves
    • What is the equivalent to 2 1/2A 5 halvesB 4 halvesC 3 halvesD 6 halves
    • £4,000
    • Question 8
    • What is ¾ of £1A 50pB 75pC 25pD 80p
    • What is ¾ of £1A 50pB 75pC 25pD 80p
    • £8,000
    • Question 9
    • If John has a bag of 30sweets and he eats 15. What fraction is left?A 1/5B 1/4C 1/3D 1/2
    • If John has a bag of 30sweets and he eats 15. What fraction is left?A 1/5B 1/4C 1/3D 1/2
    • £16,000
    • Question 10
    • Penguins leave 3/4 of the 24 fish that are thrown into their pool. How many fish do they eat?A 16B 18C 20D 22
    • Penguins leave 3/4 of the 24 fish that are thrown into their pool. How many fish do they eat?A 16B 18C 20D 22
    • £32,000
    • Question 11
    • What is four ninths of 72?A 8B 23C 32D 49
    • What is four ninths of 72?A 8B 23C 32D 49
    • £64,000
    • Question 12
    • Which of the followingfractions are not equivalent to 1/2A 2/4B 4/8C 5/6D 3/6
    • Which of the followingfractions are not equivalent to 1/2A 2/4B 4/8C 5/6D 3/6
    • £125,000
    • Question 13
    • What is 1/10 of 6 kg in grams?A 6000gB 60gC 420gD 600g
    • What is 1/10 of 6 kg in grams?A 6000gB 60gC 420gD 600g
    • £250,000
    • Question 14
    • What fraction of £1 is 25p?A 1/3B 1/4C 2/5D 3/4
    • What fraction of £1 is 25p?A 1/3B 1/4C 2/5D 3/4
    • £500,000
    • Question 15
    • How many ¼ in 9 whole onesA 36B 27C 18D 45
    • How many ¼ in 9 whole onesA 36B 27C 18D 45
    • £1,000,000