# Advanced Math August 2017 Challenge!

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- Q1Think about this fraction: 17/20. If it is converted to a decimal, which of the following is true?The value of the decimal could be more than 1 or less than 1 because the top number is smaller than the bottom number.You would divide 17 INTO 20 to determine its decimal value.The value of the decimal must be less than 1 because the top number is smaller than the bottom number.The value will be greater than 1 because the bottom number is larger than the numerator in the fraction.45s
- Q2Calculate the decimal value of the fraction 3/8.2.66.375.4.37120s
- Q3My friend, Val N. Tyne, scored 20 points out of a possible 32 on a recent quiz. What percent did she earn?1.6%62.5%160%63%120s
- Q4My favorite player, Rob Burr, is on a hot streak! He recently got 10 hits in his last 14 at bats. What was his batting average for these 14 at bats? Round to the nearest thousandth!.714.711.4.7143120s
- Q5Round 598.5721 to the tenths place value.598.6598.5600.0598.57120s
- Q6Multiply without using a calculator: 6.7 * 1.00966.7036.7603.65712676.03120s
- Q7What happens when you multiply a number by a quantity such as .9?It stays the same & does not change.It gets smaller by a significant amount!It get a little bit larger!It gets a little bit smaller.120s
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