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- Q1Which of the following numbers is a rational number?0.333...3.25√7π30s
- Q2Which of the following is an example of a rational number?e0.999...√5-0.530s
- Q3Which of the following is an example of a real-world context where rational numbers are used?Graphing a parabolaSolving a system of linear equationsMeasuring the circumference of a circleBaking a cake with 2/3 cup of flour30s
- Q4Which of the following numbers is an example of a rational number?e-8.5√60.888...30s
- Q5Which of the following fractions is the smallest?2/51/43/85/1230s
- Q6Which of the following numbers is the largest?-1.75-2.25-2.5-230s
- Q7Which of the following decimals is equivalent to the fraction 3/5?0.60.80.20.330s
- Q8Which of the following rational numbers is the greatest?2.252.52.62.430s
- Q9Which of the following fractions is equivalent to 0.2?4/51/53/52/330s
- Q10Sara has a collection of apples and oranges. The ratio of apples to oranges is 3:4. If Sara has a total of 49 fruits, how many oranges does she have?2821191430s
- Q11A store sells t-shirts for $10 each. There is a sale going on where customers can buy 3 t-shirts for the price of 2. If Sasha wants to buy 6 t-shirts, how much will it cost her?$40$30$50$2030s
- Q12A recipe for a cake requires 2 cups of flour and 1 cup of sugar. If you want to make 4 cakes, how many cups of flour will you need?264830s
- Q13Tom has $80 total. Tom spent $20 on pencils. What fraction of his money did he spend?1/81/21/31/430s
- Q14Emily earned $60 by selling lemonade. What percentage of her goal did she achieve if her goal was to earn $80?75%50%90%60%30s
- Q15Jake saved $120 from his allowance. If his total savings is $300, what percentage of his savings did he save?30%50%60%40%30s