Multiply Fraction Word Problems

Quiz by Kim Norris

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10 questions
• Q1
Lions spend about 5/6 of their days sleeping. How many hours a day does a lion sleep?
50 hours
5 and 5/6 hours
20 hours
30 hours
120s
• Q2
On Mars, your weight is about 1/3 of your weight on Earth. If a fifth grader weighs 96 pounds on Earth, how much would his or her weight be on Mars?
32 pounds
96 pounds
48 pounds
288 pounds
120s
• Q3
Naomi has 3 pounds of apples and 2 ½ pounds of grapes. If she gives 1/3 of her apples to Christine, how many pounds of apples does she have left?
1 and 2/3 pounds
2 pounds
5/6 pounds
1 pound
30s
• Q4
Ben found a recipe that calls for ¾ cup of chopped apples. If he wants to make half the recipe, how many cups of chopped apples should he use?
1/4 cup
1/2 cup
1 and 1/4 cups
3/8 cup
120s
• Q5
The Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge in Japan is about 1 4/9 as long as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge is about 9,000 feet long. About how long is the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge?
15,000 feet
13,000 feet
4,000 feet
11,000 feet
120s
• Q6
The world’s smallest gecko is ¾ inch long. An adult male Western Banded Gecko is 7 1/3 times longer. How long is the Western Banded Gecko?
6 inches long
5 1/2 inches long
6 1/2 inches long
5 inches long
120s
• Q7
A video rental store has 6,000 movies. One Friday, 3/5 of the movies were rented. How many movies were rented that Friday night?
8,000
3,600
5,400
4,000
120s
• Q8
Mary is making a window covering that has 5 sections, each of which is 1 3/10 feet in width. What is the width of the entire window covering?
5 3/10 feet
6 1/2 feet
7 3/4 feet
4 1/2 feet
120s
• Q9
Tracy took a quiz containing 12 items. If she got 5/6 of the items correct, how many did she get correct?
7
10
5
2
120s
• Q10
Two-fifths of the students in Mrs. Norris’ class ride the bus to school. If there are 25 students in her class, how many do not ride the bus to school?
18
15
5
10
120s

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