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When you multiply two fractions you simply:
1. you flip over the second fraction
2. multiply the numerators but you find a common denominator
3. multiply the numerators and the denominators
4. you flip over the first fraction
You must have common denominators only when: (this question has more than one answer!!)
1. you divide fractions
3. you multiply fractions
4. you subtract fractions
Write this mixed number as an improper fraction:

$2 1/4$
1. $9/4$
2. $6/4$
3. $7/4$
Mark reads 25 pages in 5 minutes. What is the unit rate?
1. 5 minutes per page
2. 2.5 pages a minute
3. 5 pages
4. 5 pages / 1 minute
Grade 7 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 7.NS.A.3
Solve in simplest form

$2/3 - 4/9=$
1. $2/6$
2. $- 2/6$
3. $2/9$
4. $- 2/9$
In math class there are 15 girls and 5 boys. Which comparison statement is not an accurate statement?
1. There are 10 more girls then boys in class.
2. The ratio of girls to boys is 3 to 1.
3. The girls are 75% of the class.
4. The ratio of boys to girls is 15 to 5.
Multiply: $2/3 * 3/4$. Simplify fully.
1. $1/2$
2. $6/12$
3. $5/7$
4. 17/12
Divide: $1/3 -: 2/5$ .
1. $3/15$
2. $2/15$
3. $5/6$
4. $5/8$
John bought 15 CDs for $30. What is the unit rate? 1. 2 CD /$1
2. $2 / 1 CD 3. 30 CDs for$15
4. 15 CDs for \$30
Evaluate: $- 1/2 + (- 1/3)$.
1. $- 5/6$
2. $-1/1$
3. $-1/5$
4. $- 2/6$