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Test Bank for Math and Dosage Calculations for Healthcare Professionals 5th Edition by Booth
Chapter 01
Fractions
1. A(n) _____ fraction represents parts of a whole.
A. equivalent
B. mixed
C. common
D. improper
A common fraction represents equal parts of a whole.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
2. The smallest number that is a common multiple of all the denominators in a group of fractions is the A. numerator.
B. least common denominator.
C. equivalent fraction.
D. prime number.
The smallest number that is a common multiple of all the denominators in a group of fractions is the least common denominator.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
3. A(n) _____ is a number other than 1 that can be evenly divided only by itself.
A. numerator
B. mixed number
C. equivalent fraction
D. prime number
Prime numbers are numbers other than 1 that can be evenly divided only by themselves.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
4. The top number on a fraction, which represents parts of the whole, is the A. numerator.
B. least common denominator.
C. equivalent fraction.
D. denominator.
The top number on a fraction represents parts of the whole and is called the numerator.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
5. _____ are two fractions that are written differently and have the same value.
A. Mixed numbers
B. Least common denominators
C. Equivalent fractions
D. Prime numbers
Equivalent fractions are two fractions that are written differently and have the same value.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Equivalent Fractions
6. The bottom number of a fraction, which represents the whole, is the A. numerator.
B. least common denominator.
C. equivalent fractions.
D. denominator.
The bottom number of a fraction represents the whole and is called the denominator.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
7. A(n) _____ combines a whole number with a fraction.
A. numerator
B. least common denominator
C. equivalent fraction
D. mixed number
A mixed number combines a whole number with a fraction.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
8. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms, find the largest _____ that divides evenly into both the numerator and denominator.
A. mixed number
B. whole number
C. prime number
D. proper fraction
To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms, find the largest whole number that divides evenly into both the numerator and denominator.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
9. ___________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
10. ______________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
11. ______________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
12. ______________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
13. ______________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C. 1
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
14. ______________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A.
B. 2
C. 1
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
15. ______________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
16. ______________ (reduce to lowest terms)
A. 3
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
17. The least common denominator for
A. 12.
B. 40.
C. 32.
D. 80.
40 is the smallest number all the denominators will divide into equally.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
18. What is the least common denominator for
A. 24
B. 48
C. 20
D. 12
12 is the smallest number all the denominators will divide into equally.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
19. The missing numerator for is
A. 8.
B. 6.
C. 10.
D. 11.
Multiply the original numerator by the denominator of the new fraction and divide the product by the original denominator:
5 × 12 = 60
60 ÷ 6 = 10
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Topic: Equivalent Fractions
20. The sum of written in the proper form and reduced to lowest terms is _____.
A. B.
C.
D.
LCD = 90, so which equals in proper form.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 3 Hard
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
21. _____ (in proper form and reduced to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
22. ___________ (in proper form and reduced to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C. 2
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
23. _____________ (in proper form and reduced to lowest terms)
A. 0
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
24. _____ (in proper form and reduced to lowest terms)
A.
B.
C.
D.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
25. Which of the following is an equivalent fraction for ?
A.
B.
C.
D.
7 × 3 = 21; 8 × 3 = 24
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
26. Which of the following is an equivalent fraction for ? A.
B.
C.
D.
13 × 3 = 39; 19 × 3 = 57
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
27. On the advice of his physician, a patient purchases a bottle of over-the-counter cough syrup to treat the cough associated with his cold. The bottle contains 16 tablespoons (tbsp) of medication, and 1 dose of the medication is tbsp. After the patient takes 3 doses of the medication, how many tablespoons of medication are left in the bottle?
A. 12 tbsp
B.
C.
D. 9 tbsp
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions. Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
28. An elderly patient on a weight-gain diet weighed pounds (lb) on admission to the retirement home. She was then weighed at 1-week intervals. During the first week she gained pounds, during the next week she gained pounds, and during the following week she
gained pounds. How much did the patient weigh at the end of the 3 weeks?
A. B.
C.
D.
First find out how much weight the patient gained:
Then add the total weight gain to the patient’s original weight:
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 3 Hard
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
29. Convert to a mixed number: _____________ (reduce to lowest terms)
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth). 3 4/5
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
30.
Convert to a mixed number: _________________ (reduce to lowest terms)
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
4 5/13
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
31.
Convert to a fraction: ___________________
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
195/8
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
32.
Convert to a mixed number: __________________ (reduce to lowest terms)
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
9 1/8
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.1 Produce fractions and mixed numbers in the proper form.
Topic: Fractions and Mixed Numbers
33.
Find the missing numerator in . x = _______________
28
Multiply the original numerator by the denominator of the new fraction and divide the product by the original denominator:
7 × 32 = 244 244 ÷ 8 = 28
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Topic: Equivalent Fractions
34.
Find the missing numerator in . x = _______________
120
Convert the mixed fraction: . Multiply the original numerator by the denominator of the new fraction and divide the product by the original denominator:
20 × 18 = 360
360 ÷ 3 = 120
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
35.
The least common denominator of is _______________.
12
12 is the smallest multiple of both 3 and 4.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
36.
The least common denominator of is _______________.
56
56 is the smallest multiple of both 7 and 8.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
37. Insert >, <, or = to make a true statement: _______ .
>
is larger than
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.5 Compare the values of fractions.
Topic: Comparing Fractions
38.
= ______________. Write the answer as a mixed number reduced to lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
4 11/13
No conversions necessary. Add the fraction to the whole number:
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
39.
= ______________. Write the answer as a mixed number reduced to lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
1 5/9
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
40.
= ______________. Write the answer as a mixed number reduced to lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
1 8/15
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
41.
______________.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
9/22
No conversions necessary. Subtract the numerators (15 â€’ 6 = 9); denominators do not change.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
42.
_______________.
3
No conversion is necessary because both the fractions have the same numerator. Subtract the fractions:
Subtract the whole numbers:
13 â€’ 10 = 3
0 + 3 = 3
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
43.
________________. Write the answer as a mixed number reduced to lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
1 13/14
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
44. The patient's chart indicates that he weighed 175 pounds at the end of September. He then gained pounds in October and lost pound in November. He weighed _______________ at the end of November.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
176 3/4 pounds
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 3 Hard
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
45.
________________
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
15/32
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
46.
_______________. Reduce the answer to the lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
1/9
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
47.
_________________. Write the answer in the lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
7 17/18
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
48.
______________. Write the answer as a mixed number in the lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
1 1/5
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
49.
_______________. Reduce the answer to the lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
8/9
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
50.
______________. Reduce the answer to the lowest terms.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
3 1/5
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
51.
A healthcare professional opens a case that has a total of 100 ounces of medicine. If each vial in the case holds ounces, how many vials are in the case?
80
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 3 Hard
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
52. The lowest three equivalent fractions for are ___________, ___________, and ___________.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Topic: Equivalent Fractions
53.
Find the missing numerator in
x = _______________
20
To find the missing numerator when the denominator of the equivalent fraction is larger than the original denominator, divide the larger denominator by the smaller one and multiply the original numerator by the quotient. 25 ÷ 5 = 5 × 4 = 20.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Topic: Equivalent Fractions
54.
simplified to its lowest terms is _________.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
18/37
is already in lowest terms.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
55. Insert >, <, or = to make a true statement: _________ . >
The LCD is 45.
.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.5 Compare the values of fractions.
Topic: Comparing Fractions
56. Insert >, <, or = to make a true statement: ___________ .
= stated as a mixed number is
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.5 Compare the values of fractions.
Topic: Comparing Fractions
57. Insert >, <, or = to make a true statement: ___________ .
<
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.5 Compare the values of fractions.
Topic: Comparing Fractions
58. _______________
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
5/12
The LCD is 12.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
59.
____________
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
29/40
The LCD is 40.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.7 Subtract fractions.
Topic: Subtracting Fractions
60.
_________________ (in proper form and reduced to lowest terms)
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
1 21/40
The LCD is 40.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
61.
__________________ (in proper form and reduced to lowest terms)
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
9/20
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.8 Multiply fractions.
Topic: Multiplying Fractions
62.
_______________
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
2 13/16
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.9 Divide fractions.
Topic: Dividing Fractions
63.
____________
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
7 3/4
The LCD is 8.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.6 Add fractions.
Topic: Adding Fractions
64.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
6/11
24 ÷ 4 = 6; 44 ÷ 4 = 11
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
65.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
5/9
30 ÷ 6 = 5; 54 ÷ 6 = 9
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
66.
If the answer results in a mixed number be sure to include a space between the whole number and the fraction. Example: 1 1/4 (read as one and one-fourth).
3/4
18 ÷ 6 = 3; 24 ÷ 6 = 4
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.3 Determine the simplest form of a fraction.
Topic: Reducing Fractions
67.
The least common denominator of the fractions is _______________.
77
Multiples of 7 include 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, 63, 70, 77, and 84. Multiples of 11 include 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, and 88. The lowest common multiple is 77.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
68.
is _______________.
45
Multiples of 5 include 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50. Multiples of 9 include 18, 27, 36, 45, and 54. The lowest common multiple is 45.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
69.
The least common denominator of the fractions is _______________.
14
Multiples of 2 include 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16. Multiples of 7 include 14, 21, and 28. The lowest common multiple is 14.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
70.
is ________________.
24
Multiples of 8 include 16, 24, and 32. Multiples of 6 include 12, 18, 24, and 30. Multiples of 4 include 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, and 28. The lowest common multiple is 24.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
71. The least common denominator of the fractions and is _______________.
24
Multiples of 8 include 16, 24, and 32. Multiples of 6 include 12, 18, 24, and 30. Multiples of 4 include 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, and 28. The lowest common multiple is 24.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
72.
is _______________.
30
Multiples of 2 include 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, and 32. Multiples of 5 include 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35. Multiples of 6 include 12, 18, 24, 30, and 36. The lowest common multiple is 30.
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.4 Find the least common denominator.
Topic: Finding Common Denominators
73. Insert >, <, or = to make a true statement: __________ .
<
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.5 Compare the values of fractions.
Topic: Comparing Fractions
74. Insert >, <, or = to make a true statement: __________ .
> which is more than .
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.5 Compare the values of fractions.
Topic: Comparing Fractions
75. Insert >, <, or = to make a true statement: __________ .
<
ASHP: 12.1.a Explain the use of Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, decimals, and apothecary symbols.
ASHP: 28.3.a Correctly solve mathematical problems using Roman numerals, Arabic numbers, fractions, apothecary symbols, and decimals.
Blooms: Apply
CAAHEP: II.C.1 Demonstrate knowledge of basic math computations
CAAHEP: II.C.2 Apply mathematical computations to solve equations
Difficulty: 2 Medium
Learning Outcome: 1.2 Identify and produce equivalent fractions.
Learning Outcome: 1.5 Compare the values of fractions.
Topic: Comparing Fractions
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