Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers

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- Q1What is the result of dividing -5 by 3/4?-6 2/3-4/531/630s
- Q2What is the quotient of 15 divided by -5?4-3-2630s
- Q3What is the quotient of 4 divided by -20?-1/568330s
- Q4What is -15 divided by 3/5?-50-2-10-2530s
- Q5What is 5/8 expressed as a decimal?0.8750.1250.6250.25030s
- Q6What is 4/9 expressed as a decimal?0.3333330.1111110.4444440.22222230s
- Q7What is the result of multiplying -7 by 5?-350421230s
- Q8What is the result of multiplying -4 by -9?13-3636-1330s
- Q9What is the result of multiplying -5(3/8)(2/3)?1 1/410/247/123/1630s
- Q10A recipe requires ¾ cup of sugar. If you want to triple the recipe, how much sugar do you need?1¼2¼41¾30s
- Q11Sam wants to save money for a new bike. He saves 1/5 of his weekly allowance every week. If his weekly allowance is $20, how much money will he have saved after 10 weeks?$8$12$40$230s
- Q12John is saving money to buy a new video game. He saves 1/4 of his monthly allowance every month. If his monthly allowance is $50, how much does he save per month?$12.50$10.40$20$3030s
- Q13The temperature is at 9 degrees Fahrenheit. It drops to -15 degrees Fahrenheit. If this occurs within 6 hours, how much does it change per hour?-4 degrees per hour+4 degrees per hour24 degrees per hour12 degrees per hour30s
- Q14Which expression is the least value?20 - 3/420(3/4)20 + 3/420 / (3/4)30s
- Q15Your club sells boxes of chocolate for $4.50, rolls of wrapping paper for $7, and canisters popcorn for $5.30. You sell 12 boxes of chocolate, 14 rolls of wrapping paper, and 6 canisters of popcorn. If you are able to keep 4/5 of the profit, how much will you make?$194.20$147.04$102.25$135.8030s