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Topic 10 review TEST!!!

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**¾ yard 7/8 yard 1 ¼ yard 1 7/8 yard**

1. Fernando needs 2 ¼ yards of fabric. He already has 1 3/8 yards. How many yards of fabric does he need? ¾ yard 7/8 yard 1 ¼ yard 1 7/8 yard

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**A. 1/6 yard 4/18 yard 5/18 yard 5/9 yard**

2. A green snake is about 8/9 of a yard long. A garter snake is about 13/18 of a yard. About how much longer is the green snake than the garter? A. 1/6 yard 4/18 yard 5/18 yard 5/9 yard

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3. Which equals 5/12 – 3/12? 1/12 1/6 8/12 2/3

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**4. The table lists sizes of packages of school supplies**

4. The table lists sizes of packages of school supplies. What is the smallest number of pencils and erasers that Mrs. Deng can buy so that she will have the same number of each? Item Number of Packages Paper 50 12 Pencils Erasers 10 24 30 60 120

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5. Mark used the computer for 2/10 of his allotted time before school and 3/10 after school. Which of the following can be used to find how much of his allotted time he used the computer? Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/10. Simplify to ¼ Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/10. Simplify to 1/5 Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/10. Simplify to ½ Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/0.

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6. In music, a sixteenth note often receives ¼ of a beat and an eighth note often receives ½ of a beat. What fraction of a beat would a sixteenth note and an eighth note receive together? 3/8 3/16 1/4

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7. Mrs. Daniels said that 4/12 of the test items are multiple choice, 5/12 are short answer, and the rest are matching. What fraction of the items are either multiple choice or short answer? 1/12 3/8

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**8. Which number of the following pairs of numbers has a least common multiple of 24?**

4 an 6 3 and 8 2 and 12 3 and 6

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9. What is 4 1/ /5? 7 1/5 7 2/11 7 11/60 7 11/30

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**10. The Medleys went on a 600 mile trip**

10. The Medleys went on a 600 mile trip. On the first day they drove 5 2/3 hours and on the second day they drove 4 3/5 hours. How long did they drive during the first two days? 10 4/15 hours 10 hours 9 19/30 hours 9 4/15 hours

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**11. Of the balls shown, 1/3 are basketballs and 1/15 are soccer balls**

11. Of the balls shown, 1/3 are basketballs and 1/15 are soccer balls. What fraction of the balls are either basketballs or soccer balls? 1/9 2/15 1/5 2/5

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**12. Casey has $56 to spend on juice and crackers for a party**

12. Casey has $56 to spend on juice and crackers for a party. Juice costs $2 per bottle and crackers cost $3 per box. If Casey would like to buy 2 more boxes of crackers than bottles of juice, how many of each should Casey buy to spend exactly $56? 12 bottles of juice and 10 boxes of crackers A bottles of juice and 10 boxes of crackers 10 bottles of juice and 12 boxes of crackers 8 bottles of juice and 14 boxes of crackers

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13. Teri and her friends bought a submarine sandwich that was 28 inches or 7/9 yards long. They ate 24 inches or 2/3 yard. What part of a yard was left? 5/6 5/9 1/9 1/10

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**14. Rick made a paper football that was 1 1/6 inches long**

14. Rick made a paper football that was 1 1/6 inches long. Carly make one 5/6 of an inch long. How much longer was Rick’s paper football than Carly’s? 1 4/6 inches 1 2/3 inches 2/3 inch 1/3 inch

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Answers 1. B 2. A 3. B 4. C 5. A A D B D A C

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**¾ yard 7/8 yard 1 ¼ yard 1 7/8 yard**

1. Fernando needs 2 ¼ yards of fabric. He already has 1 3/8 yards. How many yards of fabric does he need? ¾ yard 7/8 yard 1 ¼ yard 1 7/8 yard

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**A. 1/6 yard 4/18 yard 5/18 yard 5/9 yard**

2. A green snake is about 8/9 of a yard long. A garter snake is about 13/18 of a yard. About how much longer is the green snake than the garter? A. 1/6 yard 4/18 yard 5/18 yard 5/9 yard

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3. Which equals 5/12 – 3/12? 1/12 1/6 8/12 2/3

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**4. The table lists sizes of packages of school supplies**

4. The table lists sizes of packages of school supplies. What is the smallest number of pencils and erasers that Mrs. Deng can buy so that she will have the same number of each? Item Number of Packages Paper 50 12 Pencils Erasers 10 24 30 60 120

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5. Mark used the computer for 2/10 of his allotted time before school and 3/10 after school. Which of the following can be used to find how much of his allotted time he used the computer? Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/10. Simplify to ¼ Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/10. Simplify to 1/5 Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/10. Simplify to ½ Write 2/10 + 3/10 to get 5/0.

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6. In music, a sixteenth note often receives ¼ of a beat and an eighth note often receives ½ of a beat. What fraction of a beat would a sixteenth note and an eighth note receive together? 3/8 3/16 1/4

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**8. Which number of the following pairs of numbers has a least common multiple of 24?**

4 an 6 3 and 8 2 and 12 3 and 6

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7. Mrs. Daniels said that 4/12 of the test items are multiple choice, 5/12 are short answer, and the rest are matching. What fraction of the items are either multiple choice or short answer? 1/12 3/8

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9. What is 4 1/ /5? 7 1/5 7 2/11 7 11/60 7 11/30

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**10. The Medleys went on a 600 mile trip**

10. The Medleys went on a 600 mile trip. On the first day they drove 5 2/3 hours and on the second day they drove 4 3/5 hours. How long did they drive during the first two days? 10 4/15 hours 10 hours 9 19/30 hours 9 4/15 hours

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**11. Of the balls shown, 1/3 are basketballs and 1/15 are soccer balls**

11. Of the balls shown, 1/3 are basketballs and 1/15 are soccer balls. What fraction of the balls are either basketballs or soccer balls? 1/9 2/15 1/5 2/5

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**12. Casey has $56 to spend on juice and crackers for a party**

12. Casey has $56 to spend on juice and crackers for a party. Juice costs $2 per bottle and crackers cost $3 per box. If Casey would like to buy 2 more boxes of crackers than bottles of juice, how many of each should Casey buy to spend exactly $56? 12 bottles of juice and 10 boxes of crackers A bottles of juice and 10 boxes of crackers 10 bottles of juice and 12 boxes of crackers 8 bottles of juice and 14 boxes of crackers

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13. Teri and her friends bought a submarine sandwich that was 28 inches or 7/9 yards long. They ate 24 inches or 2/3 yard. What part of a yard was left? 5/6 5/9 1/9 1/10

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**14. Rick made a paper football that was 1 1/6 inches long**

14. Rick made a paper football that was 1 1/6 inches long. Carly make one 5/6 of an inch long. How much longer was Rick’s paper football than Carly’s? 1 4/6 inches 1 2/3 inches 2/3 inch 1/3 inch

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