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March 10-14. Monday 1) 567 x 345= 2) 3000 - 1234= 3) Put in order from least to greatest: 0.099, 0.15, 0.3, 4) You have a five dollar bill and you want.

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1 March 10-14

2 Monday 1) 567 x 345= 2) = 3) Put in order from least to greatest: 0.099, 0.15, 0.3, 4) You have a five dollar bill and you want to buy 3 candy bars at $0.99 each (tax included). How much change will you receive? How many of those candy bars could you possibly purchase with $5.00? 5) Solve: ¾ of 84=

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4 Tuesday 1. Round to the nearest hundredth: and Write an equivalent decimal and percent for 9/ Write as a decimal. Fifteen and seven hundredths 4. Solve: 728 X 19 = 5. Put these decimals in order from least to greatest

5 Tuesday’s answers and and 82% ,

6 Wednesday 1. Madison and Lexi went out to lunch. They ordered a spinach salad for $6.50, a tuna sandwich for $7.25, and 2 glasses of lemonade for $1.30 each. The tax was $1.65. They gave the waiter $ How much change should they have received? 2. Solve: 367 ÷ 42 = 3. Compare: 3/5 and 67% 4. I divided twelve cupcakes evenly among 36 students. How many cupcakes would each student get? 5. Simplify 21/8.

7 Wednesday’s answers 1. $ R31 3. < 4. 1/ /8

8 Thursday 1. Ms. Johnston went to Walmart to buy supplies for the D.C. trip. She bought 3 cans of Lysol that cost $2.26 each, 2 rolls of paper towels that cost $0.98 each, and a bag of Jolly Ranchers that cost $4.89. She paid with a $20 bill. How much change did she get? 2. Solve: 12 + (6 x 3) -8 x 3 = 3. Compare: 17 ÷ 3 and Round to the nearest tenth: The bus holds 57 students. If the bus is 2/3 full how many students are on the bus?

9 Thursday’s answers 1. $ <


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