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
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  1. 1. Who Wants To Be A Fractions Millionaire?
  2. 2. Question 1
  3. 3. What is ½ of 12A 34B 28C 6D 8
  4. 4. What is ½ of 12A 34B 28C6D8
  5. 5. £100
  6. 6. Question 2
  7. 7. What is ¼ of 16A 62B 8C 4D 2
  8. 8. What is ¼ of 16A62B8C4D2
  9. 9. £200
  10. 10. Question 3
  11. 11. What is 1/5 of 25A 20B 5C 15D 10
  12. 12. What is 1/5 of 25A 20B5C 15D 10
  13. 13. £300
  14. 14. Question 4
  15. 15. Calculate 4/5 of 250A 150B 520C 50D 200
  16. 16. Calculate 4/5 of 250A 150B 520C 50D 200
  17. 17. £500
  18. 18. Question 5
  19. 19. Which of the following is greater than 3/5 of 35?A 20B 6C 28D 21
  20. 20. Which of the following is greater than 3/5 of 35?A 12B6C 28D 10
  21. 21. £1,000
  22. 22. Question 6
  23. 23. Which of the following isless than 9/10 of 100?A 90B 98C 92D 80
  24. 24. Which of the following isless than 9/10 of 100?A 90B 98C 92D 80
  25. 25. £2,000
  26. 26. Question 7
  27. 27. What is the equivalent to 2 1/2A 5 halvesB 4 halvesC 3 halvesD 6 halves
  28. 28. What is the equivalent to 2 1/2A 5 halvesB 4 halvesC 3 halvesD 6 halves
  29. 29. £4,000
  30. 30. Question 8
  31. 31. What is ¾ of £1A 50pB 75pC 25pD 80p
  32. 32. What is ¾ of £1A 50pB 75pC 25pD 80p
  33. 33. £8,000
  34. 34. Question 9
  35. 35. If John has a bag of 30sweets and he eats 15. What fraction is left?A 1/5B 1/4C 1/3D 1/2
  36. 36. If John has a bag of 30sweets and he eats 15. What fraction is left?A 1/5B 1/4C 1/3D 1/2
  37. 37. £16,000
  38. 38. Question 10
  39. 39. 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
  40. 40. 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
  41. 41. £32,000
  42. 42. Question 11
  43. 43. What is four ninths of 72?A 8B 23C 32D 49
  44. 44. What is four ninths of 72?A 8B 23C 32D 49
  45. 45. £64,000
  46. 46. Question 12
  47. 47. Which of the followingfractions are not equivalent to 1/2A 2/4B 4/8C 5/6D 3/6
  48. 48. Which of the followingfractions are not equivalent to 1/2A 2/4B 4/8C 5/6D 3/6
  49. 49. £125,000
  50. 50. Question 13
  51. 51. What is 1/10 of 6 kg in grams?A 6000gB 60gC 420gD 600g
  52. 52. What is 1/10 of 6 kg in grams?A 6000gB 60gC 420gD 600g
  53. 53. £250,000
  54. 54. Question 14
  55. 55. What fraction of £1 is 25p?A 1/3B 1/4C 2/5D 3/4
  56. 56. What fraction of £1 is 25p?A 1/3B 1/4C 2/5D 3/4
  57. 57. £500,000
  58. 58. Question 15
  59. 59. How many ¼ in 9 whole onesA 36B 27C 18D 45
  60. 60. How many ¼ in 9 whole onesA 36B 27C 18D 45
  61. 61. £1,000,000

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