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1 Math EOG Review Problems Fractions Numbers and Operations in Base Ten Resource: Erie 1 BOCES-Deep Curriculum Alignment Project for Mathematics *Reduce all answers to simplest form unless directed otherwise.

2 #1) After the painter had painted 2/3 of this painting, he found a mistake and had to scrape 1/6 of his paint off. How much was still painted?

3 #2) You are making trim for a quilt. You need 5 ½ feet of purple lace and 3 ¾ feet of pink lace. How much lace do you need in all to complete this project? Write your answer as an improper fraction.

4 #3) Rob has one fruit roll up. The fruit roll up is one foot long. He wants to share it with his friends. He wants to keep 4/6 of it for himself, and share 1/9 of one to Jimmy and the rest with Tom. How much will Tom get? Reduce to lowest terms.

5 #4) Tasha finished a job in ¾ of an hour. Megan finished it in 4/5 of the time Tasha took. How long did Megan take to finish the job?

6 #5) Carl ate ¾ of ½ of a pizza. THINK ABOUT: Did Carl eat more or less than ¾ of the pizza? Did he eat more or less than ½ of the pizza? Question: How much pizza did Carl eat?

7 #6) Billy said that the number 0.05 has a value 10 times greater than 0.005. Is he correct? Explain.

8 #7) A)4.325 x 10^3 B) 4.325 ÷ 10^2

9 #8) Write the following number in expanded form using multiplication so that every value uses one factor from the factor bank. 637.415 *Get two points for this one! Factor Bank 1,000 100 10 1 1/10 1/100 1/1,000

10 #9) Circle all of the decimals below that make the following number sentence true: 17.2 > _________ 17.02517.21217.1817.00917.25

11 #10) A baker bought 2 ½ pints of blueberries. He used ¾ of the blueberries to make tarts. How many pints of blueberries did the baker use?

12 #11) ¾ of an Olympic size swimming pool is dedicated to swimming; the other ¼ is used for diving only. 1/3 of the swimming area is used only for swimmers under 10. What fraction of the pool is used for swimmers under 10? – Two points for this one!

13 #12) Mario ordered 5 pizzas. How many slices did Mario order if each slice is 1/8 of a pizza? – A) 5 – B) 8 – C) 13 – D) 40

14 #13) What is the quotient of 12 divided by 1/3? – A) 36 – B) 24 – C) 12 – D) 3

15 #14) Tina, Lilly, and Jackie equally shared a 2/3 gallon carton of Ben & Jerrys Ice Cream. How much ice cream did each girls eat? – A) 2/9 – B) 1/3 – C) 2/3 – D) 6/3

16 #15) Caras dog weighs 7.25 pounds. Her cat weighs 6.75 pounds. – A) Round each of the weights to the nearest whole number. – B) Without rounding, what is the total weight of the animals?


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