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WHO WANTS 2 B A MILLIONAIRE

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PRACTICE CONVERSIONS OF DECIMALS FRACTIONS AND PERCENTAGES

PRACTICE CONVERSIONS OF DECIMALS FRACTIONS AND PERCENTAGES

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  • 1. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Edition
  • 2. Question 1
  • 3. What is 10 % of 57? A 570 B 5 C 5.7 D 0.57
  • 4. What is 10 % of 57? A 570 B 5 C 5.7 D 0.57.
  • 5. £100
  • 6. Question 2
  • 7. What is the decimal equivalent of 62% A 62 B 0.062 C 0.62 D 6.2
  • 8. What is the decimal equivalent of 62% A 62 B 0.062 C 0.62 D 6.2
  • 9. £200
  • 10. Question 3
  • 11. What is 15 % of 85? A 8.5 B 12.75 C 72.75 D 12.25
  • 12. What is 15 % of 85? A 8.5 B 12.75 C 72.75 D 12.25
  • 13. £300
  • 14. Question 4
  • 15. Calculate 4/5 of 250 A 150 B 520 C 50 D 200
  • 16. Calculate 4/5 of 250 A 150 B 520 C 50 D 200
  • 17. £500
  • 18. Question 5
  • 19. Which of the following is greater than 4/7 of 42? A 20 B 6 C 28 D 21
  • 20. Which of the following is greater than 4/7 of 42? A 20 B 6 C 28 D 21
  • 21. £1,000
  • 22. Question 6
  • 23. Which of the following is less than 45 % of 180? A 90 B 88 C 85 D 80
  • 24. Which of the following is less than 45 % of 180? A 90 B 88 C 85 D 80
  • 25. £2,000
  • 26. Question 7
  • 27. How many percent is 3/5? A 60% B 30% C 50% D 40%
  • 28. How many percent is 3/5? A 60% B 30% C 50% D 40%
  • 29. £4,000
  • 30. Question 8
  • 31. What is 60% of 4 litres in ml? A 240ml B 2400ml C 24ml D 24000ml
  • 32. What is 60% of 4 litres in ml? A 240ml B 2400ml C 24ml D 24000ml
  • 33. £8,000
  • 34. Question 9
  • 35. If John has a bag of 30 sweets and he eats 21. What percentage is left? A 70% B 10% C 3% D 30%
  • 36. If John has a bag of 30 sweets and he eats 21. What percentage is left? A 70% B 10% C 3% D 30%
  • 37. £16,000
  • 38. Question 10
  • 39. Penguins leave 2/8 of the 120 fish that are thrown into their pool. How many fish do they eat? A 30 B 90 C 105 D 15
  • 40. Penguins leave 2/8 of the 120 fish that are thrown into their pool. How many fish do they eat? A 30 B 90 C 105 D 15
  • 41. £32,000
  • 42. Question 11
  • 43. What is four ninths of 72? A 8 B 23 C 32 D 49
  • 44. What is four ninths of 72? A 8 B 23 C 32 D 49
  • 45. £64,000
  • 46. Question 12
  • 47. Which of the following fractions are not equivalent to 80% ? A eight - tenths B four - fifths C eight - hundredths D eighty-hundredths
  • 48. Which of the following fractions are not equivalent to 80% ? A eight - tenths B four - fifths C eight - hundredths D eighty-hundredths
  • 49. £125,000
  • 50. Question 13
  • 51. What is 7/10 of 6 kg in grams? A 6000g B 600g C 420g D 4200g
  • 52. What is 7/10 of 6 kg in grams? A 6000g B 600g C 420g D 4200g
  • 53. £250,000
  • 54. Question 14
  • 55. What fraction of £1 is 67p? A 67/1 B 67/100 C 0.67 D 67%
  • 56. What fraction of £1 is 67p? A 67/1 B67/100 C 0.67 D 67%
  • 57. £500,000
  • 58. Question 15
  • 59. What is 3/7 of 3.5m in cm? A 150cm B 15cm C 50cm D 250cm
  • 60. What is 3/7 of 3.5m in cm? A 150cm B 15cm C 50cm D 250cm
  • 61. £1,000,000