# Worksheet Test

## Part 1: Complex Fractions

- Simplify the following complex fraction: (1/2)/(3/4)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (5/8)/(2/3)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (7/9)/(4/5)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (3/4)/(2/3)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (2/3)/(5/6)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (4/5)/(3/4)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (1/3)/(1/2)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (2/5)/(7/8)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (3/4)/(5/6)
- Simplify the following complex fraction: (5/6)/(4/5)

## Part 2: Percentages

- Convert 25% to a fraction.
- Convert 3/4 to a percentage.
- Convert 0.5 to a percentage.
- Convert 2/5 to a percentage.
- Convert 0.125 to a percentage.
- Find 20% of 200.
- Find 60% of 300.
- Find 75% of 400.
- Find 15% of 1200.
- Find 35% of 2800.

## Part 3:

- A recipe calls for 2/3 cup of flour and the recipe makes 12 cookies. If you only want to make 6 cookies, how much flour will you need?
- A recipe calls for 3/4 cup of sugar and the recipe makes 16 cookies. If you only want to make 8 cookies, how much sugar will you need?
- A recipe calls for 1/2 cup of milk and the recipe makes 24 cookies. If you only want to make 12 cookies, how much milk will you need?
- A recipe calls for 1/3 cup of butter and the recipe makes 8 cookies. If you only want to make 4 cookies, how much butter will you need?
- A recipe calls for 2/5 cup of oil and the recipe makes 20 cookies. If you only want to make 10 cookies, how much oil will you need?
- A store is having a sale where everything is 20% off. If a shirt originally costs $25, what is the sale price?
- A store is having a sale where everything is 40% off. If a dress originally costs $50, what is the sale price?
- A store is having a sale where everything is 60% off. If a pair of shoes originally costs $80, what is the sale price?
- A store is having a sale where everything is 25% off. If a purse originally costs $100, what is the sale price?
- A store is having a sale where everything is 15% off. If a jacket originally costs $150, what is the sale price?

Note: Show all your workings and simplify answers where necessary.