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Add and subtract:

Note: Use the slash in writing fractions such as 3/11 for threeelevenths. 2. What is of 72? 3. What fraction of the figure is shaded?

4. Ana walked

km. She jogged km. How many kilometers did she walk and jog altogether? Note: Use the space and slash in writing mixed numbers such as 8 2/3 km for eight and two-thirds kilometers. 5. Ana cut of a pie for her children. She gave of the remainder to her neighbor. What fraction of the pie did she have left? 6. Which pattern comes next?

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7. Find the value of h.

Note: Write the word degrees for angles such as 30 degrees for
8. Abby jogged

km. Julius jogged km more than Abby. Joebie jogged km more than Julius. How many kilometers did they jog altogether? 9. If each square has a side equal to 2 cm, what is the area of the shaded region?

Note: Write the unit as cm.sq. 10. Complete the pattern of fractions below: Note: Separate your answers with a comma such as 2 1/2 , 3 1/2
1. What is the deffinition of mean?
A.a set of numbers added together B.A set of numbers that are multiplied by each other C.A set of numbers that is divided by each other D.A set of numbers that is subtracted by each other E.A set of numbers that is averaged togethe. 2. What is the definition of median? A.the number that is in the middle of the set B.the number that is in the begining of the set C.the number that is in the end of the set D.the biggest number of the set E.the smallest number of the set 3. in the numbers 8,5,2,65,48,59,23,12,and 50 The median is_________?

4. Which of the statments below must be true? (read explination below)

A.There are twice as many girls as boys in Ryan's class B.There are eight more girls than boys in Ryan's class C.There are four more girls tan boys in Ryan's class D.If Ryan is sitting at a table with all the girls, there are exactly nine children at that table. If only three of the boys are standing on their heads, one of the boys is not standing on his head. E.

5. Which of the lettered statements cannot be true?


A.There are twice as many girls as boys in Ryans class. B.There are eight more girls than boys in Ryans class. C.There are four more girls than boys in Ryans class. D.If Ryan is sitting at a table with all the girls, there are exactly nine children at that table. E.If only three of the boys are standing on their heads, one of the boys is not standing on his head. 6. In the numbers 8, 400,and 12 The mean is ________.

7. In the numbers 8, 400,and 12 The median is ________. 8. in the numbers 10, 20,30, 40, 50, 60 The mean is ________. 9. in the numbers 10, 20,30, 40, 50, 60 The median is ________. 10. Find the answer to this problem 2/908876
A.1817752 B.908878 C.908874 D.454438 11. Find the sum of this problem (round to the nearest hundreth) 98765+43210 A.55555 B.141975 C..23 D.4267625650 12. 223*924=_________?

13. 555*555=_______?