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1  5,390 ÷ 4  Write your answer with a remainder, a fraction and a decimal.

2  Write as a fraction:

3  Write as a decimal:

4 Write as a decimal:

5  Which fraction is in the wrong place? | | | | | 0 ¼ 1/8 ½ 1

6  Look at the number line. Between which two points is 0.45 located?  | | | | | | | | | | | 0 A B C 1 Between which two points is located?

7  Round to the nearest ten-thousandth:

8 Alexis finished a race in seconds. Antoinette’s time was 0.1 second less. What was Antoinette’s time?

9  Christopher and Vance are playing Number War. Christopher flipped over Vance flipped over 8/5.  Who flipped over the bigger number?

10  Aniya is 48 2/5 inches tall. Destiny is 47.5 inches tall. What is the difference in their heights?

11  Amaria decided to bake cupcakes for her mother’s birthday. The recipe said it takes 2 ¼ cups flour to make a dozen cupcakes. If Amaria decides she wants to make 2 dozen, how many cups of flour will she need?

12  What is the value of the expression: 56 ÷ 7 – (25 + 5) ÷ 6

13  What is the value of the expression: 5 x 4 – (23 + 2) ÷ 5

14  What is the value of 5w +3(g – 5) when w = 4 and g = 9.

15  Which value makes the equation 5y + 17 = 47 true?  y = 8  y = 7  y = 6  y = 30

16  Last week Ms. Kreitzer’s class read 48 books. This week they read more than last week. Which inequality shows b, the number of books Ms. Kreitzer’s class could have read this week?  b = 48  b < 48  b > 48  b ≥ 48

17  Vance eats at least 3 bowls of cereal at day. If b represents bowls of cereal, write an inequality to represent how many bowls Vance may have eaten.

18  Look at the figure shown. Find the volume. 3 in 4 in 5 in

19  Look at the figure shown. Find the surface area. 5cm  6cm 10cm

20 f g What rule is shown in the table above? g = 2f + 2 g = f/2 g = f + 8 g = 2f + 8

21 a b What rule is shown in the table above? b = a – 50 b = a ÷ 7 – 2 b = a + 50 b = a ÷

22  Kier must earn get at least 25 questions right to pass his test. If q represents how many questions Kier gets right, write an inequality to represent this situation.

23  To go on the “kiddie” rides at Valley Fair, you must be under 48 inches tall. If h represents height, write an inequality to represent this situation.

24  The speed limit on most highways is 55 miles per hour. If s represents speed, write an inequality to represent this situation

25  Find the volume of the figure below: 15cm 8cm 5cm

26  Find the surface of the figure below: 15cm 8cm 5cm

27  Darrion needs to know how much rope he has. One piece of rope is 4 5/8 feet long. Another piece is 3 4/5 feet long. How many feet of rope does Darrion have?

28  Kyle’s bag contains 30 3/5 ounces of Takis. He eats 15 2/3 ounces.  How many ounces of Takis does he have left?

29  Write as a decimal: 23/5

30  Write as decimal: 46/20

31  Which rule is shown on the graph below?  Y = x + 1  Y = x + 2  Y = 2x  Y = 1x

32  Which rule is shown on the graph below?  Y = x + 1  Y = x + 2  Y = 2x  Y = 1x

33  Which value(s) make the following inequality true?1.5 + x < 10  x = 2.8  x = 8.1  x = 9.2

34  Alexis spends $50 at Valley Fair. She paid $30 to get in, and then bought several drinks for her and her friends. Each drink costs $2. If d represents drinks, write an equation she could use to figure out how many drinks she bought.  50 = 30 + d + 2  50 = 30d + 2  50 = 2d + 30

35  Find the mean, median and mode:  25,30,27,33,25

36  Find the area:  15 cm  28 cm

37  Find the area:  30 in.  30 in.

38  Find the area:  40 in.  50 in.

39  Find the area: 10 cm. 14 cm


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