Math Grade 7 Quiz Operations with Rational Numbers – 7.NS.A.3
The standard CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.NS.A.3 pertains to solving realworld and mathematical challenges involving the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) with rational numbers. Rational numbers encompass fractions, decimals, integers, and their negative counterparts.
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Which of the following represents the product of 3/4 and 4/5?
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If a company made a profit of $5000 in January and a loss of $3200 in February, what was their total profit or loss over the two months?
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3. Question
Sam bought 5 shirts, each costing $20 due to a special discount. What was the total amount he paid?
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4. Question
Which of the following represents the quotient of 3/2 divided by 3/4?
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5. Question
The temperature at night was 10°C. By morning, it increased by 15°C. What was the temperature in the morning?
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6. Question
A factory produced 250 toys in the first week and 120 toys in the second week due to defects. What was the net production?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Subtracting 7 from 5 yields:
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Tom spent $12.50 on a book and $3.75 on a pen. How much did he spend in total?
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If Mary has 5 apples and she gives 3 apples to John, how many apples does she have left?
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A scuba diver descends to a depth of 30 meters and then ascends 15 meters. At what depth is he now?
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