21 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
22 21. Hector’s gas tank was ¾ full. What percent of the tank was empty? A. 20% B. 25% C. 60% D. 75%
23 22Jillian 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 , ,
24 23. Which answer choice correctly shows 92% as a decimal? A) 0.92 B) 9.0 C) 92 D) 920
25 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%
26 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
27 26. Which of these numbers is the largest? A) B) C) 1.45 D) 1.461
28 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
42 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?
43 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?
44 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?
45 56. Solve the division problem illustrated with the graphic
46 57. Solve the division problem illustrated with the graphic
48 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?MOYNE
49 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?
50 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?
51 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?
52 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 diceTake a sock from a drawer, replace it, and take another sock.
53 67. When the outcome of a first event affects the outcome of a second event, this is called__________________
54 68. When the outcome of a first event has no affect on the outcome of a second event, this is called__________________
55 The 1st Nine Weeks Test is Friday November 2nd. Study hard!!!