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REVIEW FOR 1st NW TEST 6.19, 6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 6.6, 6.16

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**represents the part of the**

1. Name the decimal that represents the part of the 10 by 10 grid that is shaded?

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**2. What is the percentage of the area that is NOT shaded red ?**

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**fraction, decimal, and percent**

3. What is the fraction, decimal, and percent of the 10 x 10 grid?

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**4. What is the fraction, decimal and percent of the shaded area?**

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**5. Label the number line with fractions, decimals, and percents**

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1 6. Label the number line with fractions, decimals, and percents

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**7. Change the decimal to fractions in simplest form**

0.05

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**8. Change the percentage to a fraction in simplest form**

34%

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**9. Which box has the greatest amount shaded?**

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10. Which of the following is true? A = 60% = 1/6 B = 6% = 3/5 C = 60% = 3/5 D = 60% = 3/5

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**11. Write 3/10 as a decimal and percent**

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**12. Convert to a decimal and a fraction in simplest form.**

12%

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**Fraction Decimal Percent .08 3/5 56%**

13. Complete the FDP chart Fraction Decimal Percent .08 3/5 56%

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**14. Order from least to greatest**

53% /5

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15. Compare with <, >, or = A / B % /3 C / /5

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16. a. Clouds to moons b. Clouds to suns c. Suns to all shapes d. Moons to suns and clouds e. Suns to everything except moons.

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**17. What is the ratio of the total number of songs Mac has to the total number of songs Jack has?**

Types of songs Number of songs Hip Hop 9 Rock 14 Rap 12 Jazz 6

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18. 3/5 of the students in Mrs. Allen’s class have a brother. Mrs. Allen has 25 students in her class. What percent of the students have a brother? _____ What percent do not have a brother? ______

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19. Which is less than 1.064? a b c d

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**20. Colton is a salesman. On Monday he drove 63. 7 miles**

20. Colton is a salesman. On Monday he drove 63.7 miles. On Tuesday he drove 63 2/3 miles. On Wednesday he drove 63 8/10 miles, and on Thursday, he drove miles. On which day did Colton drive furthest? F. Monday G. Tuesday H. Wednesday J. Thursday

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**21. Hector’s gas tank was ¾ full. What percent of the tank was empty? A. 20% B. 25% C. 60% D. 75%**

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22 Jillian walked 6.2 miles., Jason walked 6.08 miles, and Marla walked 6.9 miles. Which of the choices below orders these distances from greatest to least? a , , b. 6.9, , c. 6.2, , d , ,

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**23. Which answer choice correctly shows 92% as a decimal? A) 0.92 B) 9.0 C) 92 D) 920**

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**24. One out of eight students wore white**

24. One out of eight students wore white. What percent of the students wore white? A) 0.125% B) 12.5% C) 9% D) 18%

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**25. A grocery store has 45% of its carts being used**

25. A grocery store has 45% of its carts being used. Which ratio compares the used carts with all the carts that the store has? A) 10:100 B) 45:55 C) 45:100 D) 9:20

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**26. Which of these numbers is the largest?**

A) B) C) 1.45 D) 1.461

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27. Name the property identity property of addition identity property of multiplication multiplicative property of zero inverse property of multiplication a • 0 = b = c. ⅕ • 5 = d x 1 = 8

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**28. What is the identity element of addition?**

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**29. What is the identity element of multiplication**

29. What is the identity element of multiplication? What is the identity element of addition?

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30. Name the property 3( 1 + 2)= (3 • 1) + (3 • 2)

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31. Name the Property (1 + 2) + 3= 1 + (2 + 3)

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32. Name the Property ½ • 2 = 1

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33. Name the Property 4 • 0 = 0

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34. Name the Property 2 3 • = • 2 3

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35. Name the Property = 1 6

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36. Name the Property 1 6 • 1 = 1 6

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**37. Which describes the relationship of**

chairs to tables? a. Six chairs for every one table b. Two tables for every three chairs c. Three chairs for every table d. Three chairs for every two tables

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**Which is the factors and the product for the each**

38 39 40 42 41

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Solve in simplest form 43. 44. 45. 46. 47.

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Solve in Simplest Form 50. 48. 49. 51. 52.

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**53. Heather studied 4 1 2 hours Monday, 1 3 4 an hour Tuesday, and 2 1 4 hours Wednesday.**

How many hours did she study all together?

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**54. A grocery store had a sale on different soup flavors**

54. A grocery store had a sale on different soup flavors. They had 48 different flavors of soup. 𝟏 𝟑 of the 48 flavors were gluten free. How many soups were gluten free?

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**55. Mrs. Casazza has 5 lbs of sugar**

55. Mrs. Casazza has 5 lbs of sugar. She used pounds of the sugar to make fudge for the holidays. How much sugar does she have left?

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**56. Solve the division problem illustrated with the graphic**

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**57. Solve the division problem illustrated with the graphic**

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**Solve in simplest form + 2 𝟓 𝟔 + 7 𝟏 𝟒 - 2 𝟏 𝟐 - 9 𝟏 𝟒 58. 59. 60. 61.**

6 𝟑 𝟒 𝟗 𝟏𝟎 𝟏 𝟒 + 2 𝟓 𝟔 𝟏 𝟒 𝟏 𝟐 𝟏 𝟒

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62. The game show contestant spins a spinner with the letters M, O, N, E, and Y. What is the probability that the spinner will stop on the letter N on the first spin and an O the second spin? M O Y N E

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63. There is a white sock, two blue socks, and three red socks in a drawer. What is the probability of selecting a red sock? What is the probability of selecting a black sock? What is the probability of selecting any color sock?

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**64 The names of 5 boys and 4 girls from your class are put into a hat.**

What is the probability that the first two names chosen (without putting the first name back in the hat) will both be boys?

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65. There are 5 black cats and 3 gray cats in a cage, and none of them want to be in there. The cage door opens briefly and two cats escape. What is the probability that both escaped cats are gray?

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**66. Determine if the event is independent or dependent**

1. You spin a game spinner twice. ______________________________ 2. You roll a number cube and spin a spinner . 3. You and a friend are playing a game. You both randomly draw a playing piece with red, yellow, blue, green, purple, and orange playing pieces. 4. During a card trick, your friend asks you to pick two cards from a deck. Flip a coin and roll a dice Take a sock from a drawer, replace it, and take another sock.

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67. When the outcome of a first event affects the outcome of a second event, this is called__________________

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68. When the outcome of a first event has no affect on the outcome of a second event, this is called__________________

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**The 1st Nine Weeks Test is Friday November 2nd.**

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