MM 61 MM What is the largest number you can make using 8, 4, 6 and 2? (8,642) 1. Divide 810 by 9. (90) 2. What is ?


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1 MM What is the largest number you can make using 8, 4, 6 and 2? (8,642) 2. What is ? (480) 3. 6,000 2, = (3,600). 4. Start with 6 and follow me; add 7, add 2, add 4, add 3. (22) 5. 9 x 4 (36), 9 x 5 (45), 9 x 6 (54), 9 x 7 (63). MM Divide 810 by 9. (90) 2. What is ? (646) 3. 6 x 6 (36), 7 x 7 (49), 8 x 8 (64), 9 x 9 (81). 4. What is ? (150) 5. Round to the nearest tenth. (3.7) 6. Estimate the product of 49 and 14. (500) 6. Round.856 to the nearest tenth. (.9) 7. Divide 250 by 5. (50) MM What is 15 less than 75? (60) 2. Estimate: (30) 3. Divide 360 by 4. (90) / 6 = (20). 5. Round to the nearest one. (7) 6. 5 x 6 (30), 5 x 7 (35), 5 x 8 (40), 5 x 9 (45). 7. Round 461 to the nearest ten. (460) MM What is the smallest number you can write using 5, 9, 6, 2 and 8? (25,689) 2. Ten people were in line. I was the 7 th person; how many people were behind me? (3) 3. What is ? (300) 4. Start with 55 and follow me; add 5, subtract 2, add 4, subtract 7. (55) 5. Round to the nearest ten: 67 (70), 32 (30), 113 (110), 98 (100) = (479). 7. Double 40, subtract 10, add 30 and divide by 2. (50)
2 MM Estimate: (100) 2. Start with 6, add 4, double, and subtract 2. (18) quarters, 2 dimes and 4 pennies is how much? ($2.74) 4. What comes next? 200, 222, 224, 226. (228) 5. Double 18. (36) 6. Round 844 to the nearest ten. (840) / 9 = (80). MM What is the largest number you can write using 9, 1, 5, 4 and 3? (95,431) 2. If you were the 8 th person in line, how many people would be in front of you? (7) 3. How many toes on 5 pairs of feet? (150) 4. Start with 81 and follow me; subtract 11, add 5, subtract 10 and add 5. (70) 5. Write the decimal 4 and 3 tenths. (4.3) 6. 8 x 4 / 2 = (16). 7. Estimate the difference between 89 and 33. (60) MM Round.851 to the nearest hundredth: (.85), to the nearest tenth (.9). 2. Estimate the difference between 84 and 29. (50) 3. Double 42. (84) 4. 1,600 / 400 x 2 = (8). 5. Start with 5, double, multiply by 2, divide by 4. (5) 6. Estimate the sum of $3.41, $6.74, and $4.75. ($15) 7. If Joe had $3, Keith had $4 and Kim had $1, how much money would they have together? ($8) MM Round the following to the nearest tenth:.61 (.6),.142 (.1),.86 (.9),.34 (.3). 2. Estimate the product of 66 and 71. (4,900) x 4 / 8 = (5). 4. How would you write 8 and 2 hundredths in decimal form? (8.02) 5. Double 36. (72) 6. Start with 22 and follow me; add 20, divide by 7, divide by 3. (2) 7. What is ? (85)
3 MM Round to the nearest 10: 42 (40), 86 (90), 152 (150). 2. Double 32, divide by 8. (8) 3. I drove 42 miles on Monday, 80 miles on Tuesday and 33 miles today. How many miles total? (155) 4. Double 50, divide by 10. (10) 5. Estimate to the nearest hundred the sum of 655 and 102. (800) 6. Round.556 to the nearest tenth. (.6) 7. 9 x 3 3 and / 8. (3) MM Round $ $3.42 to the nearest dollar. ($5.00) 2. Estimate the difference between 102 and 22. (80) 3. What is ? (320) 4. What is next: 121, 125, 129, 133 (137) / 8 = (90). 6. Double 90, divide by 3. (60) 7. Write 10 and 6 tenths in decimal form. (10.6) MM What is the largest number you can make using 3, 2, 6, 1, 4, 8? (864,321) 2. If there are 11 people in line, which person is in the very middle? (6 th ) 3. How much is ? (100) 4. What is 60 6? (54) 5. Estimate the sum of 33 and 56. (90) 6. Double 200 and divide by 80. (5) / 80 = (8). MM Estimate the difference between 32 and 19. (10) 2. What is ? (200) 3. Count backwards 89, 88, 87, 86 (85, 84, 83, 82, 81, 80) / 9 = (40). 5. Round 851 to the nearest 10. (850) 6. 1,000 / 2 / 5 / 10 = (10). 7. Follow me: 4, 8, 16, 32 (64, 128, 256).
4 MM What is the smallest number you can make using 9, 9, 4 and 2? (2,499) 2. There are 5 people ahead of you; you are (6 th ) in line = (48). 4. What is 6,0002, ? (4,500) 5. Divide 180 by 2. (90) x 2 / 4 = (30). 7. I had 18 candy bars. If you would break each one in half I would have (36) pieces. MM How would you write four and eleven hundredths? (4.11) 2. Divide 640 by 80. (8) 3. Round to the nearest one. (7) 4. 7 x 7 (49), 7 x 8 (56), 7 x 9 (63). 5. How many inches are there in 3 feet? (36) 6. What is 8 less than 40? (32) 7. Estimate the product of 62 and 46. (3,000) MM Estimate the sum of 429 and 305. (700) 2. 9 x 5 (45), 9 x 6 (54), 9 x 7 (63). 3. Two people divided a pint of ice cream; how many cups did each person get? (1) 4. What is 8,000 5,000 / 600? (5) 5. How many fingers do you have on 6 hands? (30) 6. Divide 600 x 2. (300) 7. Steve has $4.22 and Jim has $10; how much more does Jim have? ($5.78) MM What is the largest number you can make using 3, 8, 4, 1? (8,431) 2. If you were the 10 th person in line, how many in front of you? (9) 3. What is ? (480) 4. What is 6 less than 40? (34) x 5 = (250). 6. Round.731 to the nearest one. (1) 7. 3,600 / 60 = (60).
5 MM What is 5 less than 49? (44) 2. Round.463 to the nearest tenth. (.5) 3. If you had $7.40 and you lost $5 how much do you have left? ($2.40) 4. Double 16 / 8 (4) x 8 (72), 9 x 9 (81), 9 x 7 (63). 6. What is 39 and 25? (64) 7. Divide 300 by 6. (50) MM What is the smallest number you can make using 9, 7, 1, 8? (1,789) 2. If you were 7 th in line, how many in front of you? (6) = (400). 4. What number is 6 less than 20? (14) 5. 4 quarters, 2 dimes and 3 pennies = ($1.23) (5) 7. Write 6 and 42 hundredths in decimal form. (6.42) MM Round.276 to the nearest hundredth. (.28) 2. How many toes on 8 feet? (40) 3. Divide 100 by 10. (10) 4. What is 12 less than 30? (18) 5. Estimate the difference between 92 and 48. (40) 6. 8 x 6 (48), 8 x 8 (64), 8 x 9 (72). 7. Double 60 / 30. (4) MM Estimate the sum of 45 and 43. (90) / 3 = (70) quarters, 4 dimes, 3 nickels and 2 pennies = ($2.57) / 7 = (40). 5. Write 5 hundred thirtysix thousandths. (.536) x 3 / 9 = (20). 7. If you were 10 th in line, how many are in front of you? (9)
6 MM Jenny mowed 5 lawns a week for 12 weeks. How many lawns did she mow totally? (60) 2. 3 quarters, 6 nickels and 4 pennies; how much? ($1.09) 3. Estimate the sum of 156 and 231. (390) / 80 = (8). 5. 1,600 / 400 = (4). 6. Write 83 hundredths in decimal form. (.83) MM How many fingers on 8 hands? (40) 2. What number is 4 less than 90? (86) 3. Start with 4; double it; add 8; subtract 12. (4) 4. Round 741 to the nearest hundred. (700) = (28). 6. Estimate the difference of 89 and 33. (60) x 80 = (1,600). 7. Start with 4, 10, 16, 22, 28. (34, 40, 46) MM x = (39). 2. If you were 11 th in line, how many in front of you? (10) = (680) x 2 = (240). 5. Estimate this sum: 42 and 66. (110) x 5 = (150) x 80 = (1,600). MM Write the decimal for 5 and six hundredths. (5.06) 2. 4 quarters and 2 dimes is how much money? ($1.20) = (75). 4. Round 741 to the nearest 10. (740) / 9 = (70). 6. What is 4 5/7 3 2/7? (1 3/7) 7. A car going to the airport can hold 8 people. 3 seats were empty. Two people are carrying their bags in their laps. How many seats are full? (5)
7 MM Give the next number: 961, 971, 981, 991, (1,001). 2. What number is 40 less 63? (23) 3. Round to the nearest hundredth: (13.17) 4. If you are 8 th in line, how many people are in front of you? (7) 5. How much is 92 tens? (920) = 35. What is 43 18? (25) = (770). MM = (480). 2. Write the number that is 5 hundreds, 8 tens, and 7 ones. (587) 3. How much is 46 tens? (460) 4. 3 x 21 = (63). 5. Start with 9; add 8; subtract 6; subtract 4; add 5; subtract 7; add 4. (9) 6. How many tens make 780? (78) 7. Round 679 to the nearest hundred. (700) MM Round 35 to the nearest 10. (40) 2. 3 x 33. (99) 3. Double 43. (86) = (390). 5. How much is 6 dimes and 3 nickels? ($.75) 6. Write: 3 hundreds, 6 tens, 4 ones. (364) MM You pay $10 for a $4.98 dinner; how much change do you get? ($5.02) x 20 = (800) = (570). 4. Reduce to lowest terms: 3/12. (1/4) = (37). 6. Estimate the difference of 226 and 175. (50) 7. Find the average of 5, 8, and 2. (5)
8 MM Estimate the sum of 12, 29 and 66. (110) = (70). 3. 4, = (3,700). 4. What comes next? 376, 374, 372, 370, (368). 5. Double 32. (64) 6. Reduce to lowest terms: 5/20. (1/4) 7. What is ? (96) MM Give the standard number: 1 hundred 7 ones. (107) = (15). 3. Round to the nearest dollar: $6.89. ($7) 4. How much is 1 quarter and 3 pennies? ($.28) x 67 = (6,700) / n = 8. (9) 7. Estimate: 13 x 28. (300) MM = (365). 2. Estimate: 220 / 4. (50) 3. 7,000 3, = (3,900). 4. Start with 6, add 7, add 2, add 4, add 2. (21) = (690). 6. What comes next: 439, 442, 445, 448 (451). 7. Estimate 35 x 6. (240) MM = (1,700). 2. Round to the nearest hundred: 5,602. (5,600) 3. Round to the nearest 10 cents: $.62. ($.60) x 10 = (4,570). 5. Find the average of 6, 4 and 5. (5) 6. Estimate (60) 7. 16,000 / 8 = (2,000).
9 MM = (1,000). 2. Round to the nearest 10: 482. (480) 3. (7 x 6) + (5 x 4) = (62). 4. 1, = (1,069) x 10 = (8,600). 6. Round to the nearest hundred: 756. (800) 7. Estimate: = (150). MM Round to the nearest tenth:.47. (.5) 2. Eight sets of twins; how many children in all? (16) 3. How many seconds in a minute? (60) /8 4 1/8 = (5 _) s are 18; what are 6 6 s? (36) 6. What number times 2 = 18? (9) 7. Reduce 9/36. (1/4) MM Write the decimal: one and eight thousandths. (1.008) 2. How many dimes in $1? (10) / 8 = (40). 4. Round to the nearest dollar: $ ($29) 5. Start with 4, add 2, add 3, subtract 1, add 2. (10) = (84). 7. What is the smallest number you can make with 2, 9 and 4? (249) MM chickens; how many legs? (14) 2. Reduce 12/20. (3/5) 3. Which decimal is greater: 6.06 or 6.71? (6.71) = (54). 5. Half of 26. (13) 6. How many minutes in an hour? (60) 7. Round to the nearest hundredth: (15.69)
10 MM x 50 = (1,050). 2. 7/10 4/10 = (3/10). 3. Least common denominator of 3, 2. (6) 4. Which is the greater fraction: 3/8 or 7/8? (7/8) 5. Simplify 7/21. (1/3) 6. What comes next: 1, 3, 6, 10, (15). 7. Change to mixed number: 5/3. (1 2/3) MM /5 + 2/5 = (3/5). 2. Least common denominator of 5, 2. (10) x 30 = (1,230). 4. Simplify 4/16. (1/4) 5. What comes next: 13, 18, 23, 28 (33). 6. Change to a mixed number: 9/8. (1 1/8) 7. Which is greater: 1/8 or _? (1/2) MM Simplify 15/20. (3/4) 2. What comes next: 19, 16, 13, 10, (7). 3. Change to mixed number: 10/6. (1 4/6, 1 2/3) 4. 2 _ + _ = (3) x 20 = (960). 6. Which is the smaller fraction: 1/3 or 1/5? (1/5) MM Change to a mixed number: 7/4. (1 _) 2. What is next: 12, 9, 6 (3). 3. Which is smaller: 6/9 or 1/9? (1/9) / /6 = (3 3/6, 3 _). 5. Least common denominator for 6, 4. (12) 6. 6 x 80 = (480). 7. Simplify 4/20. (1/5) 7. Least common denominator for 3, 9. (9)
11 MM Estimate: 526 x 5. (2,500) / 6 = (70). 3. What is 70 x 30? (2,100) 4. Start with 13, subtract 3, divide by 10, multiply by 17, add 5, divide by 11. (2) 5. _ of 22 is (11). 6. How many thirds in 2 1/3? (7) 7. Change to an improper fraction: 1 9/11. (20/11) MM Change to an improper fraction: 1 1/8. (9/8) 2. 1/3 of 30 = (10) / 5 = (50). 4. What is 70 x 20? (1,400) 5. How many fourths in 7 _? (30) 6. Estimate: 421 x 8. (3,200). 7. Start with 7, times 2, add 6, divide by 5. (4) MM How many _ s in 9 _? (19) 2. Change to an improper fraction: 2 1/7. (15/7) 3. 8,100 / 9 = (900). 4. What is 30 x 90? (2,700) 5. _ of 36 = (9). 6. Estimate: 387 x 9. (3,600) 7. Start with 8, add 1, times 2, divided by 3, add 9. (15) MM Start with 10, divide by 2, add 6, times 3, subtract 3. (30) 2. What is 60 x 40? (2,400) 3. 4,900 / 7 = (700). 4. Change to an improper fraction: 1 _. (7/4) 5. 1/8 of 40 is (5). 6. How many 6 th s in 4 5/6? (29) 7. Estimate: 748 x 8. (5,600)
12 MM Write the number 7 thousand and 62. (7,062) 2. What is ? (525) /8 1 2/8 = (1 1/8). 4. 1/6 of 42 = (7). 5. Estimate 5,872 1,621. (4,000) 6. Lowest terms for _ + _. (1/2) = (50). MM /10 2 4/10 = (3 3/10). 2. Estimate: 8, (8,600) 3. _ of 36 = (18). 4. What is ? (401) = (31). 6. Write: 3 hundred 2 and 4 tenths. (302.4) 7. Lowest terms for 2/10 + 4/10. (3/5) MM = (46). 2. Estimate: ,918. (4,600) 3. Write: 16 and 12 hundredths. (16.12) 4. Lowest terms for 3/6 + 1/6. (2/3) 5. 1/8 of 96 = (12) _  4 _ = (2 _). 7. What is ? (921) MM Lowest terms for 2/9 + 4/9. (2/3) 2. 1/3 of 45 = (15). 3. Write: 645 thousand 5 hundred. (645,500). 4. Estimate: 17,400 9,920. (7,000). 5. What is ? (401) (38) /12 2 4/12 = (5 1/12).
13 MM Estimate 386 x 4. (1,600) 2. 1/8 + _ = (3/8) = (526). 4. Least common multiple of 5, 15. (30) 5. How many 7ths in 35? (5) 6. Change 4 4/5 to 5ths. (24/5) 7. Closest whole number to 7 5/7. (8) MM Closest whole number to 21 6/11. (22) 2. How many thirds in 2 2/3? (8) 3. Estimate 873 x 6. (5,400) 4. Least common multiple of 2, 3. (6) = (729). 6. Change 2 3/5 to 5ths. (13/5) 7. 1/10 + 2/5 = (1/2). MM , = (899). 2. Closest whole number to 11 _ = (11). 3. Least common multiple of 6, 8. (24) 4. 2/6 + _ = (5/6). 5. Change 6 1/3 to an improper fraction. (19/3) 6. How many 4ths in 12? (48) 7. Estimate: 215 x 7. (1,400) MM Change 4 1/7 to an improper fraction. (29/7) 2. 1 _ + 1 _ = (2 _) = (397). 4. Closest whole number to 2 _. (3) 5. Least common multiple of 4, 12. (24) 6. Estimate 516 x 3. (1,500) 7. How many 9 s in 108? (12)
14 MM Write the number in the tenths place: (4) 2. Round to hundreds: 4,637. (4,600) 3. Which is greater.760 or.8? (.8) 4. Write 53 thousandths. (0.053) 5. Give the amount: ten 100 dollar bills. (1,000) 6. Least common factor or 45, 10. (5) 7. Add 3 dimes, 2 nickels, 3 quarters. ($1.15) MM Add 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 1 penny. ($.46) 2. Give amount 50 $10 bills. (500) 3. Round to ones: (67) 4. Which is greater: 2/9 or 7/18? (7/18) 5. Write the number in the tens place: 98,765. (6) 6. Write 17 hundredths. (.17) 7. Least common factor of 20, 4. (2) MM Write 1,010 and 1 tenth. (1,010.1) 2. Least common factors or 63, 14. (7) 3. Add 1 quarter, 1 dime, 3 nickels and 12 pennies. ($.62) 4. Which is less:.004,.040. (.004) 5. Round to ten thousands: 32,840. (30,000) 6. Write the number in the hundredths place (0) 7. Give amount: two hundred 63 $100 bills. (26,300) MM Round to tens: (460) 2. Write 6 and 9 hundredths. (6.09) 3. Which is less? 2/3 or _? (2/3) 4. Least common factor of 13 and 39. (13) 5. Give amount: 400 $10 bills. (4,000) 6. Add 2 quarters, 1 nickel, and 3 pennies. ($.58) 7. Write the number in the thousands place: 12,345. (2)
15 MM more than 13,652 is? (13,752) 2. Estimate the number the sum is closest to: : 100 or 150. (150) 3. Give the radius; the diameter is 50. (25) 4. Start with 33; subtract 11, half, triple. (33) 5. What is the next number? 41, 46, 51, 56 (61). 6. Find perimeter: l = 6 _, w = 2. (17) / 5 = (191). MM Give radius if diameter is 13. (6 _) 2. Start with 10, subtract 8, add 5, double, add 10. (24) 3. Find perimeter: l = 3, w = 1 (8) / 9 = (71). 5. Estimate the number the sum is closest to: ,480: 20,000 or 19,000. (20,000) less than 32,875 is (32,775). 7. What is the next number: 1,097, 1,098, 1,099 (1,100). MM Start with 18, subtract 12, double, add 4, quarter. (4) / 7 = (103). 3. 1,000 more than 15,708 is (16,708). 4. Find area: 1 = 37, w = 3 (111 sq.). 5. Give diameter if radius is 35. (70) 6. Estimate number sum is closest to: : 300 or 200. (300) 7. What is the next number: 105, 115, 110, 120, (115). MM Estimate number the sum is closest to: : 150 or 200. (200) 2. What is the next number: 9,002, 9,001, 9,000 (8,999). 3. Give diameter if radius is (48.4) 4. 1,000 less than 18,062 is (17,062). 5. Find area: l = 7, w = 3. (21 sq.) 6. Start with 5, add 9, double, subtract 8, double, add 100. (140) 7. 5,600 / 40 = (140).
16 MM Change to a mixed number: 14/6. (2 1/3) 2. Place value of 6 in (tenths) 3. Answer to nearest whole number: 20 5/7 16 1/7 = (5). 4. 7/10 + 3/20 = (17/20). 5. How many 9 s in 1,818? (202) 6. Write: 3,052, Another name for a 90^ angle is? (right) MM /8 + _ = (1 3/8). 2. Answer to nearest whole number: 6 _  5 _. (2). 3. Place value of 4 in (tens) 4. Write: 5,000,042, How many 12ths in 3 8/24? (40) 6. Figures of same size, same shape are? (congruent) 7. Change to mixed number: 68/12. (5 2/3) MM How many 7ths in 4 2/14? (29) 2. Write the number 600, Railroad tracks are an example of? (parallel lines) 4. Change to mixed number: 78/15. (5 1/5) 5. Answer to nearest whole number: 14 5/9 3 2/9. (11) 6. Place value of 8 in 4, (ones) 7. 6/7 + 3/14 = (1 1/14). MM Place value of 1 in (thousandth) / /26 = (8 21/26). 3. Answer to the nearest whole number: 13 9/10 8 6/10. (5) 4. Two rays joined at endpoints make an? (angle) 5. Change to a mixed number: 65/9. (7 2/9) 6. Write the number 50,005, How many 4ths in 10 _? (43)
17 MM Change to a mixed number: 16/7. (2 2/7) 2. 3/10 + 2/5 = (7/10). 3. You have $7.50; you spend half; how much left? ($3.75) 4. 1/6 of 612 is (102). 5. Write as a decimal: 21 tenths. (2.1) 6. Which is greater? 6 3/10 or 6 2/5. (6 2/5) 7. Simplify 14/56. (1/4) MM _ of 52 = (39). 2. You have $5 and you spend $2.25; how much is left? ($2.75) 3. 6/11 + 2/33 = (20/33). 4. Write as a decimal: 52 10ths. (5.2) 5. Which is greater: 9 or 64/7. (64/7) 6. Simplify 90/100. (9/10) 7. Change to mixed number: 20/8. (2 _) MM Which is greater: 416 _ or 416 1/3. (416 _) 2. Simplify 8/36. (2/9) 3. You have 7 nickels and spent $.28; what coins are left? (1 nickel, 2 pennies) 4. 4/7 + 1/21 = (13/21). 5. Change to a mixed number: 17/4. (4 _) 6. Write as a decimal: 16 hundredths. (.16) 7. 3/8 of 24 = (9). MM Write as a decimal: 2,000 hundredths. (20.00) 2. Which is greater? 14 5/4 or 15? (14 5/4) 3. Change to a mixed number: 49/3. (16 1/3) 4. You have 3 quarters and you spend 3 dimes; how much left? ($.45) 5. 7/10 + 5/10 = (1 1/5). 6. Simplify 18/63. (2/7) 7. 1/14 of 112 = (8).
18 MM Least common multiple of 6 and 4. (12) 2. Angles greater than a 90^ are? (obtuse) 3. Estimate and give the sum (700) 4. What comes next? _, 1 _, 2, 2 _ (3). 5. Distance around a rectangle is (perimeter). 6. Greatest common factor of 35 and 42. (7) 7. What is the difference between 4 _ and 6? (1 _) MM What comes next? 3 _, 2 _, 1 _, (1). 2. Estimate: 97 x 6. (600) 3. Least common multiple of 9 and 10. (90) 4. Angles less than 90^ are? (acute) 5. Distance around a circle is (circumference). 6. What is the difference between 10 1/5 and 11? (4/5) 7. Greatest common factor of 18 and 2? (2) MM Greatest common factor of 21 and 42. (21) 2. What is the difference between 5 _ and 8? (2 _) x 60 = (1,800). 4. Least common multiple of 3 and 5 = (15) = (1,070). 6. Angles measuring 90^ are (right). MM Write 7/10 two ways. (7/10 or.7) 2. What is 1/3 of 36? (12) 3. Write the number 6 as a fraction. (6/1) 4. What is 1/5 of a dollar? ($.20) 5. How many feet in 12 yards? (36) 6. What is 1/3 x 2/3? (2/9) 7. How many oz. in 2 lbs.? (32) 7. What comes next? 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.8, (4.0).
19 MM Write 2/3 of 36. (24) 2. Write 45/100 as a fraction and as a decimal. (45/100,.45) 3. What is _ of a dollar? ($.25) 4. What is 1/6 of 18? (3) 5. How many yards in 18 ft.? (6) 6. What is the reciprocal of 3? (1/3) 7. What is _ / 2? (1/8) MM A penny is what fractional part of a dollar? (1/100) 2. How many 8ths in 3 5/8? (29) 3. How many feet in 9 yards? (27) 4. What is 1.5 x 10? (15) 5. Write 7/100 as a decimal. (.07) 6. What is 5 take away 2/5? (4 3/5) 7. What is the reciprocal of 1/6? (6) MM What coin is 1/10 of a dollar? (dime) 2. What is _ of 36? (9) 3. How many feet in 20 yards? (60) 4. What is 3.5 x 10? (35) 5. What is the reciprocal of 2/3? (3/2) 6. Write.03 as a fraction. (3/100) 7. What is the reciprocal of 4/5? (5/4) MM Write 86 hundredths as a decimal. (.86) 2. Estimate: (300) 3. How many sixths are in 3 5/6? (23) 4. What is 3,600 / 12? (300) 5. How much is 2 quarters, 3 dimes, and 2 nickels? ($.90) 6. Estimate: 72 x 37. (2,800) 7. Start with 6, double, times 3, subtract 6, add 8. (38)
20 MM Write 9/100 as a fraction and decimal. (9/100,.09) 2. What is 2,800 / 40? (70) 3. How many 4ths are in 5 _? (23) 4. How much money does a half dollar, 1 quarter, 2 nickels, and 3 pennies equal? ($.88) 5. Estimate: (500) 6. Estimate: 16 x 52. (1,000) 7. Start with 16, take half of it, times 3, subtract 6. (18) MM Estimate 25 x 48. (1,500) 2. What is 4,800 / 6? (800) 3. Write 6 and 8 hundredths as a decimal. (6.08) x 40 = (3,200). 5. How many tenths are in 5 3/10? (53) 6. Estimate (400) 7. Start with 9, add 7, take _ of that, divide by 4, add 8, subtract 10. (0) MM Write 24 thousandths as a fraction and a decimal. (24/1,000,.024) 2. How much is 1 quarter, 3 dimes, 3 nickels, and 3 pennies? ($.73) 3. Estimate: 43 x 36. (1,600) 4. How many thirds are in 8 2/3? (26) 5. Estimate (300) 6. What is 6,400 / 8? (800) 7. Start with 6 and follow me; add 7, add 2, divide by 3, multiply by 4, subtract 3. (17) MM What is 30 minutes later than 6:30? (7:00) 2. Write 2 _ as a decimal. (2.5) 3. What is ? (570) 4. What is 4 7/8 1 _? (3 5/8) 5. I have $6, how many records can I buy for $1.50 each? (4) 6. Estimate 62 x 38. (2,400) 7. What is ? (.845)
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22 MM How many weeks in a year? (52) 2. What is 8.4 x 100? (840) 3. What is 2/3 of 60? (40) 4. What is 6.8 x 10? (68) 5. What is 682 / 100? (6.82) 6. What is ? (7.7) 7. What is the reciprocal of 8? (1/8) MM How many days in 6 weeks? (42) 2. What is 7.7 4/3? (3.4) 3. What is.76 x 100? (76) 4. What is ? (10.8) 5. What is 78 / 100? (.78) 6. What is the reciprocal of 1 _? (2/3) 7. What is 3/5 of 30? (18) MM How many feet in 36 inches? (3) 2. What is 6.87 x 100? (687) 3. What is ? (12.1) 4. What is the reciprocal of _? (4/3) 5. What is _ of 80? (20) 6. What is 8.4 x 100? (840) 7. What is 76 / 100? (.76) MM Round 649 to the nearest hundred. (600) 2. 5 hours equals how many minutes? (300) 3. What is 120 / 10? (12) 4. Estimate to nearest whole number (19) 5. Write the digital time for 6 minutes to 8. (7:54) 6. Which digit is in the tenths place: (4) 7. Write 8.25 as a decimal. (8.25)
23 MM Round to the nearest whole number. (43) 2. In the number which digit is in the hundredths place? (2) 3. What is 450 / 10? (45) 4. Write the decimal (.368) 5. Estimate the sum to the nearest whole number: 6.18 and 5.9. (12) 6. Write the digital time for a quarter past ten. (10:15) 7. Express 17/2 as a mixed number. (8 _) MM Estimate to the nearest whole number: (21) 2. Express 20/13 as a mixed fraction. (1 7/13) 3. Write the decimal (68.07) 4. Round to the nearest whole number. (10) 5. Write the digital time for 20 minutes to 6. (5:40) 6. What is 2,400 / 60? (40) 7. In which digit is in the tens place? (6) MM Round to the nearest whole number. (146) 2. What is 600 / 200? (3) 3. Write the decimal (16.67) 4. Write the digital time for 12 minutes to 1. (12:48) 5. In the number which digit is in the thousandths place? (1) 6. Estimate to the nearest whole number: (14) MM Name the decimal that 4 dimes and 5 pennies represent. (.45) 2. What is ? (3.1) 3. What is 9 x 0.1? (.9) 4. 5/8 =?/40. (25) 5. What is 293 / 100? (2.93) 6. Round 6.28 to the nearest tenth. (6.3) 7. 3/5 of 100. (60) 7. Express 12/20 in lowest terms. (3/5)
24 MM What is 5 x.01? (.05) 2. Round to the nearest hundredth. 3. Name the decimal that 3 pennies represent. (.03) 4. What is 3 4/5 2/5? (3 2/5) 5. What is 68.9 / 100? (.689) 6. 3/8 of 16. (6) 7. Write 82/100 as a decimal. (.82) MM What is 82 / 10? (8.2) 2. What is 120 / 60? (2) 3. Name the decimal that 19 pennies represent. (.19) 4. Give the product in lowest terms: _ x 5/6. (5/12) 5. What is 40 x 32? (1,280) 6. Round.65 to the nearest tenth. (.7) 7. 2/3 =?/6. (4) MM Round.387 to the nearest hundredth. (.39) 2. What is 8.46 x 100? (846) 3. Give the product in lowest terms: 5/8 x _. (5/16) 4. What is 59.5 / 100? (.595) 5. How many 6ths in 1 5/6? (11) 6. Name the decimal that 8 dimes represent. (.80) MM Write 7 tenths as a fraction and as a decimal. (7/10,.7) 2. What is 720 / 8? (90) 3. How many ounces in 2 pounds? (32) x 60 = (5,400). 5. What is _ of 48? (36) = (750). 7. Estimate: 285 x 313. (900) 7. What is 5 x.09? (.45)
25 MM How many feet in 1 mile? (5,280) 2. Write 28 hundredths as a decimal. (.28) 3. What is 2/3 of 24? (16) 4. Estimate: 872 x 317. (27,000) 5. What is 3,600 / 90? (40) x 80 = (5,600) = (875). MM What is 3,000 / 50? (60) x 40 = (2,800). 3. How many minutes in 1 _ hours? (90) 4. What is 1/3 of 30? (10) 5. Write 24 thousandths as a decimal. (.024) 6. Write 15/12 as a mixed number in lowest terms. (1 _) 7. Estimate 92 x 57. (5,400) MM Write 9 hundredths as a decimal. (.09) 2. Estimate: 360 x 429. (160,000) 3. What is _ of 32? (8) x 80 = (2,400). 5. How many meters in 1 km? (1,000) = (860). 7. What is 4,800 / 800? (6) MM Estimate 68 x 24. (1,400) 2. Give another name for 10/7. (1 3/7) 3. What is 1/5 of 20? (4) /8 =?/8. (61) 5. 4/5 =? tenths? (8) 6. What is 4 1/8 + 5/8? (4 _) 7. How much is 1 quarter, 1 nickel, 2 dimes and 3 pennies? ($0.53)
26 MM What is 3 5/ /8? (5 _) 2. 5/9 =?/18? (10) 3. How many thirds in 6 2/3? (20) 4. What is _ of 36? (9) 5. Estimate: 365 x 20. (8,000) 6. Give another name for 8/5. (1 3/5) 7. How much is 3 quarters, 1 nickel and 8 pennies? ($.88) MM _ + 1 2/4 = (2 _). 2. What is 1/3 of 27? (9) 3. Estimate: 55 x 27. (1,800) 4. 2/4 = halfs. (1) 5. How many 5ths in 3 1/5? (16) 6. Another name for 15/8. (1 7/8) 7. Start with 9, add 7, take _ of that, divide by 4, add 8, subtract 10. (0) MM /12 =?/6? (2) 2. How many 4ths in 3 _? (15) 3. What is 3 1/ /3? (5 2/3) 4. What is _ of 36? (18) 5. Another name for 13/2 is? (6 _) 6. Estimate 18 x 58. (1,200) 7. Start with 9, take 1/3 of that, times 4, add 3, divide by 5. (3) MM What is 36.8 / 10? (3.68) 2. Write 76 thousandths as a decimal. (.076) 3. How many 4ths in 8 _? (33) 4. What is the reciprocal of 5/8? (8/5) 5. If a record costs $1.25 how much would 3 records cost? ($3.75) 6. What is 2/3 of 12? (8) 7. Write the number that is 6 tens, 3 hundreds, and 2 tenths. (360.2)
27 MM What is the reciprocal of 6? (1/6) 2. How many days in 5 weeks? (35) 3. What is 765 / 100? (7.65) /9 =?/9? (47) 5. Write 35 hundredths as a fraction and a decimal. (35/100,.35) 6. What is _ of 16? (4) Then what is _ of 16? (12) 7. If a model car costs $2.50 how much would 3 models cost? ($7.50) MM How many yards in 21 feet? (7) 2. 35, 30, 25, 20, (15) x.5 = (.45). 4. Area of a rectangle 8 ft. by 2 ft. (16 sq. ft.) / 10 = (2.7) _ + 2 _ = (6) _ = (1 _). MM How many weeks in 28 days? (4) 2. Write 9 tenths as a fraction and as a decimal. (.9, 9/10) 3. How many feet in 5 yards? (15) 4. Write 3 5/8 as a fraction. (29/8) 5. Garden seeds are 10/$1; how much would 4 packages cost? ($.40) 6. What is 8.76 / 10? (.876) 7. What is the reciprocal of 1 _? (4/5) MM How many years in 36 months? (3) 2. Area of a rectangle 14 ft. by 2 ft. (28 sq. ft.) / /8 = (11) x.1 = (.02) , 70, 77, (84) /8 = (7 7/8) / 10 = (4.3).
28 MM How many ounces in 3 lbs.? (48) 2. 26, 20, 14, 8, (2) x.5 = (.15) / /6 = (16) _ = (3 _). 6. Area of a rectangle 20 ft. by 5 ft. (100 sq. ft.) / 10 = (6.9). MM Estimate 39 x 23. (800) 2. What is _ of 11? (5 _) 3. Start with 12, double, add 6, divide by 6. (5) 4. Estimate 456 / 49. (10) 5. Write the decimal three and one hundredth. (3.01) = (762). 7. If 1 can of dog food is $.19 how much for 3? ($.57) MM / 10 = (8.2). 2. Area of a rectangle 9 cm by 9 cm. (81 sq. cm.) _ = (10 _). 4. How many days in 9 weeks? (63) / /5 = (6) , 48, 36, (24) x.2 = (.16). MM Write the decimal 50 and 2 tenths. (50.2) 2. If 1 pen is $3, how much for 20? ($60) = (320). 4. Estimate 45 x 62. (3,000) 5. Start with 36, add 12, divide by 6, take _ of that. (4) 6. What is _ of 7? (3 _) 7. Estimate 321 / 59. (5)
29 MM Estimate 642 / 6. (100) = (466). 3. What is _ of 15? (7 _) 4. Write the decimal 3 thousand and 2 thousandths. (3, ) 5. If 1 apple is $0.05, how much for a dozen? ($0.60) 6. Start with 5, times 10, add 50, divide by 10. (10) 7. Estimate 71 x 42. (2,800) MM What is 50% of 20? (10) 2. How much is 2 dimes, 3 nickels, 1 quarter and 7 pennies? ($0.67) 3. Perimeter of a triangle 3 cm on each side. (9 cm) 4. 2/3 + 2/3 = (1 1/3). 5. 1/9 of 18 = (2). 6. Area of a triangle with a base of 6 cm and height of 4 cm. (12 sq. cm.) 7. Garden seeds are 10/$1. How much for 4 packages? ($.40) MM If 5 pencils are $0.15, how much for 20? ($0.60) 2. Start with 9, add 9, subtract 6, subtract 4, add 5, subtract 7, add 4. (10) 3. Estimate 29 x 32. (900) 4. What is _ of 5? (2 _) = (570). 6. Write the decimal 21 and 9 tenths. (21.9) 7. Estimate 262 / 3 = (100). MM Area of a triangle with a base of 10 and a height of 10. (50 sq. inches) 2. 4/5 + 4/5 = (1 3/5). 3. How much for 1 pencil if 5 cost $2.50? ($.50) 4. What is 25% of 100? (25) 5. 1/5 of 30 = (6). 6. How much is 3 dimes, 7 pennies, and 1 quarter? ($0.62) 7. Perimeter of a pentagon 5 cm on each side. (25 cm.)
30 MM If candy cost $1.40/lb. how much for _ lb.? ($0.70) 2. 5/8 + 6/8 = (1 3/8). 3. Area of a triangle with a base of 5 cm and a height of 4 cm. (10 sq. cm) 4. How much is 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel? ($0.65) 5. 50% of 60 = (30). 6. _ of 12 = (3). 7. Perimeter of a square 8 ft. on each side. (32 ft.) MM Write 3% as a decimal. (.03) 2. If the diameter of a circle is 12 cm, what is the radius? (6 cm) 3. Estimate (30) 4. Reduce 5/25. (1/5) = (6.9). 6. It is now 8:45, what time will it be in 30 minutes? (9:15) 7. (5 x 6) + 7 = (37). MM Area of a triangle with a base of 8 ft. and height of 3 ft. (12 sq. ft.) 2. What is 25% of 20? (5) 3. _ + _ = (1 _). 4. Perimeter of a rectangle 4 ft. x 6 ft. (20 ft.) 5. 1/6 of 24 = (4). 6. Toy cars are 2/$1.20. How much is 1? ($.60) 7. How much is 3 quarters, 2 dimes, and 3 pennies? ($0.98) MM If the radius of a circle is.9 km what is the diameter? (1.8 km) = (7.7). 3. It is now 3:20, what time was it 30 minutes ago? (2:50) 4. (8 x 3) + 10 = (34). 5. Estimate = (170). 6. Reduce 6/24. (1/4) 7. What is 18% as a decimal? (.18)
31 MM Reduce 9/63. (1/7) 2. (9 x 0) + 8 = (8). 3. If the radius of a circle is 24 mm what is the diameter? (48 cm) 4. What is 75% as a decimal? (.75) 5. It is now 8:10; what time was it 30 minutes ago? (7:40) 6. Estimate (100) = (6.8). MM What percent of 200 is 100? (50%) 2. How many 4ths in 1 _? (7) 3. What is the volume of a box 8 cm x 4 cm x 2 cm? (64 cubic cm) 4. Write as a mixed number 15/4. (3 _) 5. It is 10^ above zero. The temp drops 12 degrees; what is the new temp? (2^) eggs = doz. egg. (2, 1) 7. (8 + 4) x 2 = (24). MM = (8.8). 2. What is 100% as a decimal? (1.00) 3. It is now 10:25; what time will it be in 30 minutes? (10:55) 4. Estimate 92 x 18. (1,800) 5. The diameter of a circle is 7 mm; what is the radius? (3.5 mm) 6. Reduce 25/75. (1/3) 7. (4 x 3) + 9 = (21). MM x (30+ 10) = (80). 2. How many thirds in 2 2/3? (8) 3. What is the volume of a box 3 cm x 3 cm x 3 cm? (27 cu cm) 4. What percent of 400 is 100? (25%) inches = yd. in. (1, 14) 6. Write as a mixed number 7/2. (3 _) 7. It is 15^ above zero; the temp goes down 12 degrees; what is the new temp? (+3^)
32 MM What is the volume of a box 5 x 3 x 2? (30 cu ) 2. Give another name for 10/7. (1 3/7) 3. The temp is +15 in the afternoon; it drops to 20 at night; how many degrees did it drop? (35^) 4. How many 5ths in 1 4/5? (9) 5. (6 + 5) x 2 = (22) oz. = lb. oz. (1, 2) 7. What percent of 100 is 10? (10) MM Round to the nearest tenth (8.7) / 10 = (2.62) _  _ = (5) / n = 12. (3) 5. _ of 32 = (24). 6. Write as an improper fraction 3 3/7. (24/7) 7. Write the number midway between 15 and 21. (18) MM Write as a mixed number 8/5. (1 3/5) 2. It is +20 in the a.m. The temp drops 30 degrees; what temp is it now? (10^) 3. 5 ft. = yd. ft. (1, 2) 4. (2 x 6) + (2 x 4) = (20). 5. What percent of 400 is 300? (75%) 6. How many halves in 3 _? (7) 7. What is the volume of a box 10 x 5 x 2? (100 cu. ft.) MM x 12 = 6 x n. (8) / 10 = (.028). 3. _ of 60 = (30). 4. Write the number midway between 9 and 27. (18) / /10 = (11). 6. Write as an improper fraction 2 1/6. (13/6) 7. Round to the nearest tenth.88. (.9)
33 MM Write the number midway between 150 and 160. (155) 2. Write as an improper fraction 5 3/10. (53/10) 3. Round to the nearest 10 th (14.8) / /10 = (9 3/5). 5. 1/7 of 56. (8) / 10. (8.535) 7. 2 x 12 = n + 4. (20) MM x 100 = (120). 2. Round to the nearest 10: 877. (880) 3. What is the reciprocal of 3? (1/3) 4. What is the formula for finding the area of a triangle? (1/2 b x h) 5. Your family bought a pizza; you eat 3/5 of it; how much is left? (2/5) 6. How many shoes in 36 pair? (72) = (3.4) MM Round to the nearest 10 th.881. (.9) 2. Write as an improper fraction 5 1/3. (16/3) 3. 7/8 of 40 = (35) x 12 = 50 + n. (10) / 10 = (.125). 6. Write the number midway between 12 and 16. (14) /3 6 1/3 = (3 1/3). MM Your family bought a pizza; you eat 2/7 of it; how much is left? (5/7) = (3.3). 3. What is the reciprocal of 7/3? (3/7) 4. Round to the nearest 10: 109. (110) 5. What is the formula for finding the area of a circle? (r squared times pi) x 100 = (463) 7. How many feet in 60 inches? (5)
34 MM x 100 = (8,400). 2. What is the formula for volume? (l x w x h) 3. Your family bought a pizza; you ate 5/9 of it; how much left? (4/9) 4. How many quarts in 7 gallons? (28) = (2.1) 6. What is the reciprocal of 8/5? (5/8) 7. Round to the nearest 10: 444. (440) MM Round to the nearest 10: 215. (220) = (3.1) 3. How many inches in 4 ft.? (48) x 100 = (1,680) 5. What is the reciprocal of 1 _? (2/3) 6. What is the formula for the area of a square or rectangle? (l x w) 7. Your family bought a pizza; you ate 5/8 of it; how much left? (3/8)
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