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**Simplify the fraction 1# 5) .**

a. 3! ) b. ! 5 ) c. 3% d. ! 1 % Which is equal to the expression a/b ? a – b b. b – a c. a÷ b d. b ÷ a 3. wY a. ` 2# b. 1^ ` 2^ c. 4^ ` 2# d. 3^ ` What is the GCF of 14 and 49? 1 b. 2 c. 7 d. 14 What it a common denominator of and 1% ? 2 b. 5 c. 10 d. 15 Which symbol goes in the blank to make this sentence TRUE? 3$ _____ 7* a. > b. < c. = d. x 7. What is ! 7 ! % ? a. 2# b. ! 4 ! c. % 4 % d. % 2 % Which decimal is equivalent to 0.25? a. b. 1$ c. 1% d. @ 1 % 9. eE a. 33% b. 3.3% c % 10. Approximately what percent of the circle graph is blue? a. 75% b. 60% 50% 30%

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**3& and ! 1 ) ? Which fraction is equivalent to 4% ?**

a. 6* b. !8 ) c. 0) d. 1! 2^ What is the quotient of 5$ ? 0.8 b c d 3. yK a. ! 2 * ` ! 5 * b. ! 2 ) ` 1! 0^ c. 2# ` 1^ d. 1# ` 2^ What is the LCM of 2 and 8? 4 b. 8 c. 12 d. 16 What is the least common denominator of 3& and ! 1 ) ? 10 b. 28 c. 35 d. 70 Which symbol goes in the blank to make this sentence TRUE? 4* _____ a. > b. < c. = d. x & ! 1 $ = A. 9 ! 9 $ b c. 9 ! 3 $ d. 4 ! Which decimal is equivalent to 3! )1 ) ? 0.03 b c d. 3.1 9. [R a % b. 0.4% c. 4% d. 40% 10. Approximately what percent of the circle graph is blue? a. 50% b. 10% c. 25% d. 75%

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**3$ ____! 7 ) a. > b. < c. = d. +**

Tuala needs to find a fraction that is equivalent to ½. Which method could she use to find an equivalent fraction? She can multiply ½ x ½ to get ¼, because ½ = ¼ . She can divide ½ ÷ ½ to get 1, because ½ = 1. She can multiply ½ x ²⁄₂ to get ²⁄₄, because ²⁄₂ = 1 and multiplying a fraction by 1 does not change its value. She can divide ½ ÷ 1 to get ½, because dividing a fraction by 1 does not change its value. Which of the following is equal to 9& ? a. 12& b c d. 2 2& 3. 2$ ` 2# a. tY b. pY c. oP What is the GCF of 32 and 48? 2 b. 8 c. 12 d. 16 5. Which symbol goes in the blank to make it TRUE? 3$ ____! 7 ) a. > b. < c. = d. + 6. Brian is changing the fractions ⅓ and ⅕ to equivalent fractions with the same denominator. If he changes ⅓ to 5/15, how should he change ⅕ ? He should change 1% to ! 2 ) . He should change 1% to ! 3 % . He should change 1% to ! 3 ) . He should change 1% to ! 4 % . Janie spent 4 ½ hours on her homework. Vincent spent 2 ¾ hours on his homework. How much longer did Janie spend on her homework than Vincent? 1¼ b. 1½ c. 1¾ d. 2 ¹⁄₁₀ 8. Which decimal is equivalent to ? 1.5 b c d. 3.5 Which two sections of the graph w would have approximately the same percentages?

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**Tuala needs to find a fraction that is equivalent to ¾**

Tuala needs to find a fraction that is equivalent to ¾. Which method could she use to find an equivalent fraction? She can divide ¾ ÷ 1 to get ¾, because dividing a fraction by 1 does not change its value. She can divide ¾ ÷ ¾ to get 1, because ¾ = 1. She can multiply ¾ x ¾ to get 9/16, because ¾ = 9/16 . Which is equal to 1 7$ ? 4.25 b c d 3. 3$ ` 2% a. {d b. Ps c. fP 4. What is the LCM of 6, 8, and 12? 12 b. 18 c. 24 d. 72 Which decimal is equivalent to ! 9 ) ? a b c d Helena is changing the fractions ⅜ and ³⁄₁₀ to equivalent fractions with the same denominator. If he changes ⅜ to 15/40, how should he change ³⁄₁₀? She should change ! 3 ) to 1$ 2 ) . She should change ! 3 ) to 1$ 5 ) . She should change ! 3 ) to @ 5 ) . She should change ! 3 ) 6 ) . Which shows LEAST to GREATEST? a. < 3$ < 1^ b. < 1^ < 3$ c. 1^ < 3$ d. 1^ < < 3$ Peter ran 4 ⅕ miles on Monday and 3 ⁷⁄₁₀ miles on Tuesday. What was the total distance Peter ran on those two days? 8 ¹⁄₁₀ b. 7 ⅘ c. 7 ⁹⁄₁₀ d. ⁹⁄₁₀ If the red section is 25%, the blue and the green sections are 5% each, what percentage would the purple section be? a. 70% b. 65% c. 60% d. 55%

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**[0ezeoqdqo eoq1e] c. 1# and 3( d. 3$ and 1! 2^**

Which fractions are NOT equal? a. 2% and 5* b. and 4* c. 1# and 3( d. 3$ and 1! 2^ Which two numbers are NOT equal? a. 8# and 22# b. 1 2# and 4 c. 1 #8 and d. 2 # and 61# 3. 4% ` 1# = a. 4% b. 4* c. 5* d. ! 4% What is the LCM of 5, 12, and 15? 24 b. 30 c. 45 d. 60 Which of the following is a common denominator of ⅕ and ³⁄₆ ? 11 b. 18 c. 20 d. 30 Which point shows ⅓ on the number line? A B C [0ezeoqdqo eoq1e] 7. Janie ran 4 ½ miles on Monday. Vincent ran 2 ¾ miles on Tuesday. How much farther did Janie run than Vincent? 1 ¾ b. 1½ c. 2 ¼ d. 2¾ Which decimal is equivalent to 1! 3 ) 7 ) ? 1.37 b c d 9. o a % b. 0.9% c. 9% d. 90% 10. Which section of the graph would most likely be equal to 10%? a. blue b. red c. green d. purple

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