## Test your basic knowledge |

# Decimals Percents Fractions Vocab

**Instructions:**

- Answer 26 questions in 15 minutes.
- If you are not ready to take this test, you can study here.
- Match each statement with the correct term.
- Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.

**1. Number that has a Whole number and a fraction (1½) Make improper multiply denominator by whole & then add numerator**

**2. Comparison of numbers in a specific order (a:b or a to b or a/b)**

**3. Number that is a part of a whole but divided into 10 or 100 or 1000 parts**

**4. An equation with two ratios that are equal a/b = c/d**

**5. Decimal that is rounded in the calculator because the screen runs out of space**

**6. Line up the decimals then add or subtract normally**

**7. Multiply normally then count the number of decimals & put that in your answer**

**8. Change percent to decimal then multiply**

**9. Decimal that ends 5.6**

**10. Slide the decimal straight up and then divide normally**

**11. Out of 100**

**12. Number that doesn't end or repeat - must round ∏ = 3.14 or √2 = 1.41421356 rounded 1.4 Cut off or truncated on a calculator 3.14159265**

**13. Top (numerator) / bottom (denominator) or find equivalent fraction over 10 - 100 - 1000**

**14. Fraction with no common factors. Divide top & bottom by the same number until they have 2/8 = ¼**

**15. Put number over 10 - 100 - or 1000 (digits = zeros)**

**16. Number that is Not a part or fraction or decimal (1 - 2 - 15 - 382...)**

**17. Like a ratio but the numbers being compared are two different things (cookies per child or km per hour)**

**18. When the fraction is flipped 3/4 is 4/3 - used in dividing fractions**

**19. Part of a whole. Denominator - number on the bottom- how many parts the whole is divided into and Numerator - top part -how many you have**

**20. Slide decimal 2 places to right or x100**

**21. Slide decimal 2 places to the left or /100**

**22. Type of rate when the bottom number is reduced to one(2 cookies per child 17km per 1 hour)**

**23. Decimal that goes on forever 5.5555... can round it 5.56 or 5.5 (line over 5 -or part that repeats) Cut off or truncated on a calculator 5.5555556**

**24. 2 fractions with the same value ½ and 2/4. Multiply or divide top & bottom by the same number ie x 2**

**25. Make all the same (same form and same length) then compare (all decimals easiest)**

**26. Numerator is larger than the denominator. Make mixed divide top/bottom- whole number and remainder is numerator - keep the denominator**