Please enter your email: How many fifths (^{1}⁄_{5}) are there in 2? A.10 B.5 C.20 D. 2⁄5 Which one of the following fractions is the same as six-eighths (^{6}⁄_{8})? A. 2⁄4 B. 1⁄4 C. 3⁄4 D. 3⁄8 How is ^{22}⁄_{30} read? A. twenty-second thirty B. twenty-two thirties C. twenty-second thirtieth D. twenty-two thirtieths Which one of the fractions below is the biggest? A. 1⁄4 B. 2⁄8 C. 1⁄3 D. 3⁄12 What does ^{3}⁄_{8} + ^{2}⁄_{8} equal? A. 5⁄16 B. 5⁄8 C. 3⁄16 D. 3⁄16 What does ^{7}⁄_{9} − ^{4}⁄_{9} equal? A. 11⁄18 B. 1⁄3 C. 1⁄6 D. 4⁄18 If you eat ^{5}⁄_{7} of a cake, how much cake will be left? A. 7⁄7 B. 2⁄7 C. 3⁄7 D. 12⁄7 Which fraction lies between ^{2}⁄_{6} and ^{4}⁄_{6}? A. 5⁄6 B. 3⁄4 C. 1⁄6 D. 1⁄2 In a battle, ^{1}⁄_{10} of the general’s army was destroyed. If he had 10,000 soldiers, how many soldiers were lost in the battle? A. 10,000 B. 100 C. 1,000 D. 10 Peter’s granny wanted to see if he understood his fractions. She asked him if he wanted ^{3}⁄_{5} or ^{6}⁄_{10} of the sweets. What did Peter say? A. He said that he wanted 3⁄5 of the sweets B. He said that it didn’t matter what fraction of the sweets he took because the fractions were the same C. He said that he wanted 6⁄10 of the sweets D. He said that he wanted 3⁄5 of the sweets because 3⁄5 was closer to a half than 6⁄10 Loading … Question 1 of 10