# Basic Math Practice Questions – Long & Short Division, Multiplication, Decimals, Fractions, and Percent

- Posted by Brian Stocker MA
- Date Published October 25, 2012
- Date modified February 10, 2019
- Comments 18 comments

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### Practice Questions

**1. 491 ÷ 9 =**

A. 54 r5

B. 56 r6

C. 57 r5

D. 51 r3

**2. 703 ÷ 6 =**

A. 116 r5

B. 117 r1

C. 116 r3

D. 118 r4

**3. Express 71/1000 as a decimal.**

A. .71

B. .0071

C. .071

D. 7.1

**4. 4.7 + .9 + .01 =**

A. 5.5

B. 6.51

C. 5.61

D. 5.7

**5. .33 × .59 =**

A. .1947

B. 1.947

C. .0197

D. .1817

**6. .84 ÷ .7 =**

A. .12

B. 12

C. .012

D. 1.2

**7. Express the ten thousandths place in 1.7389**

A. 1

B. 8

C. 9

D. 3

**8. .87 – .48 =**

A. .39

B. .49

C. .41

D. .37

**9. Round 3.864 to the nearest tenth.**

A. 3.9

B. 3.86

C. 4

D. 3.96

**10. Which is the equivalent decimal number for forty nine thousandths?**

A. .49

B. .0049

C. .049

D. 4.9

### Answer Key

**1.** A

**2**. B

**3****.** C

**4**. C

**5.** A

**6.** D

**7.** C

**8.** A

**9.** A

**10.** C

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## 18 Comments

Check your figures – Choice D, 1.2 is correct. You are missing a decimal point. .84 ÷ .7 = 1.2

Sorry. Got it.

Hi, your site is great. I’ve liked you on facebook. How can I please get the other questions?

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Ok 4) is not c. Its d

Yes – #4 is C 4.7 + .9 + .01 = 5.61

3 calculators and the internet claim you are incorrect

5.7 being the correct answer to Question#4

please explain how exactly is it you get 5.61

lets see – the question is – notice that .9 equals 0.9 and .01 equals 0.01 – that makes it easier to keep straight

Questions is – 4.7 + .9 + .01

Take the first part – 4.7 + 0.9 = 5.6

5.6 + 0.01 = 5.61 Choice C is correct

Watch your decimals!

how?explain

good practice thanks!

Why for number 6 the decimal is moved only once and for number 5 the decimal is all the way in the front?

One is multiplication and one is division

For #5, count the digits behind the decimal place in the question, this will tell you where to place the decimal place in the answer. For #6, you only need to move the decimal one place over for the the denominator to be devisable by the numerator (7 goes into 8)

good explanation is needed” because ” other people don’t understand it

Great practice questions and i really enjoyed the practice on this site. I have a upcoming basic math test to take this weekend for a better job career and i needed a little practice. Thanks…

Number 2 is wrong 703 ÷ 6 is 117

703 / 6 = 117.1667 or 117 R1

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I’d like to study for and take this test as soon as possible ….

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