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Kathleen bought 10 ¼ feet of pine board. Two projects later she had 3 5/6 feet of board left. How many feet of board had she used? ( NC- means no calculator) A) 6 5/12 feet B) 7 5/12 feet C) 7 3/5 feet

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Allana earns $5.95 per hour. She earned a total of $497.37 in her paycheck. About how many hours did she work? (NC) A)85 B) 90 C) 95

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Mark wants to save enough money for a new Galaxy Tab that costs $375. He has $100. If he saves $10 per week, how many more weeks will he have to save? (NC) A)27 B) 28 C) 38

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Jack has to buy 3 items. A pencil costs $2.34. A notebook costs $3.76. Paper costs $1.28. If she pays with a $20 bill, about how much change will she get? ( NC)

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Mr. Stump wants to hike 15 miles this week. If he hiked 5 2/3 miles one day and 2 1/5 miles another day, how many more miles must he hike? (NC)

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If you had 10 packs of gum and have used 5 2/3 packs, how many packs are left? ( NC)

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What is the approximate sum of these three numbers: 5.23, 1.76, & 2.11 ? (NC) A)7 B) 8 C) 9

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In a deck of game cards there are 6 blue cards, 5 yellow cards, and 3 red cards. What is the ratio of blue cards to yellow cards? A)3/7 B)6/5 C) 1 1/5

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There are 7 cats and 9 bears. Which best describes the ratio of bears to cats? A)9/7 B)7/9 C) 9/16

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Order the following integers from least to greatest: 9, -3, 0, 2, -2, -6, 7

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What is the LCM of 8 and 18? What is the GCF of 8 and 18? What is the GCF of 16 and 56?

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There are 10 balloons for a party. 7 of the balloons are red. Which ratio compares the total number of balloons to the balloons that are not red? A)10 to 7 B) 10 to 3 C) 7 to 10 D) 3 to 10

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Why is 2 a prime number? List all prime numbers from 1 to 50 What is a composite number? List all composite numbers from 1 to 20

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5/6 of the team came to practice. If there are 18 kids on the team, how many kids came to practice? A)5 B) 12 C) 15 D) 9

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If I add 2/3 cup of flour to ¾ of a cup of sugar, how many cups do I have total? (NC)

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What is the sum of 3 ¾, 2 ½, and 1 2/3 ? ( no calculator)

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Problem 1 After depositing $50 into his savings account, Mario now has $324 in total savings. Write and solve an equation to calculate how much Mario had.

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