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Hotmath Practice Problems

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Title:
Hotmath Pre-Algebra
Author:
Hotmath Team
 
Free
Chapter:Number TheorySection:Simplifying Fractions
 

Problem: 1

Plot the given set of rational numbers on a number line.

 

Problem: 3

Write in two other ways.

 

Problem: 5

Fill in the blank.

 

Problem: 7

Fill in the blank.

 

Problem: 9

Evaluate for a = 6, b = –7 and c = 8.

 

Problem: 11

Evaluate

for a = 6 and c = 8.

 

Problem: 13

Find the value of m that makes the statement true.

 

Problem: 15

Write 9(8)–1 as a positive or a negative fraction.

 

Problem: 17

Write the expression as a positive or a negative fraction.

8–1 + 8–1 + 8–1

 

Problem: 19

Fill in the blank.

 

Problem: 21

Fill in the blank.

 

Problem: 23

Find the value of n that makes the statement true.

 

Problem: 25

Express as an improper fraction.

 

Problem: 27

Express as an improper fraction.

 

Problem: 29

Express the fraction in simplest form (lowest terms). Write simplified if the fraction is already in simplest form.


Problem: 31

Express the fraction in the simplest form (lowest terms). Write simplified if the fraction is already in simplest form.


Problem: 33

Express the fraction in the simplest form (lowest terms). Write simplified if the fraction is already in simplest form.


Problem: 35

Express the fraction in the simplest form (lowest terms). Write simplified if the fraction is already in simplest form.

 

Problem: 37

Express the fraction in the simplest form (lowest terms). Write simplified if the fraction is already in simplest form.

 

Problem: 39

Express the fraction in the simplest form (lowest terms). Write simplified if the fraction is already in simplest form.

 

Problem: 41

Find an equivalent fraction such that the numerator and denominator have no common factors.

 

Problem: 43

Express as a proper fraction in lowest terms or as a mixed number in simple form.

 

Problem: 45

Express as a proper fraction in lowest terms or as a mixed number in simple form.