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By Denise Kiernan

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02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

Contents

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Mountains of Math . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Skill: Multiplication

Fishing for Remainders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Skill: Division

Savings Multiplication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Skill: Order of operations

Camp Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Skill: Mean, median, and mode

If the Shoe Fits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Skill: Lowest common multiples

Stocking Up on Fractions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Skill: Comparing fractions

Some Fractions Are Created Equal . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Skill: Equivalent fractions

Freddys Fraction Swap Meet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Skill: Adding and subtracting fractions

Whole in One. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Skill: Adding and subtracting fractions

And the Winner Is . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Skill: Averaging and ranking decimals

Marathon Math . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Skill: Rate and time

Attention All Shoppers! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Skill: Adding and subtracting decimals

Thanksgiving Inflation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Skill: Multiplying with decimals

Decimals in Space! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Skill: Multiplying with decimals

Per Cents! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Skill: Percents

Household Help From Decimals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Skill: Percents and fractions

Math Tax! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

\Skill: Computing with percents

Fraction Magic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Skill: Converting fractions into decimals

The Case of the Missing Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Skill: Geometry, triangles

Sports Time!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Skill: Circle graphs

Squaring Squares . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Skill: Squaring

Recipe for Math Success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Skill: Multiplying fractions

Mixed Number Mix-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Skill: Multiplying fractions

Flipping Fraction Flapjacks! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Skill: Dividing fractions

Pass the Fractions, Please! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Skill: Dividing fractions

Year-End Sale! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Skill: Comparing fractions, decimals,

and percents

Recycling Percents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Skill: Comparing fractions, decimals,

and percents

Maths Got It Covered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Skill: Geometry, area and perimeter of

rectangles and squares

Pyramid Paint Job! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Skill: Geometry, area of triangles

Math Goes Round and Round . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Skill: Geometry, circumference and area of circles

Pooch Pools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Skill: Geometry, complex shapes and areas

Tornado Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Skill: Charts

Touchdown Math! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Skill: Algebra

First-Rate Math. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Skill: Rate

Bugging Out with Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Skill: Scale

Soda Pop Proportions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Skill: Proportions

Metric Madness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Skill: Measurement, metric conversion

Putting it All Together . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Skill: Word problems

The Last Word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Skill: Word problems

Answer Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Skill: Coordinate points

Introduction

Welcome to Fun 5-Minute Math Practice Pages, a great way to reinforce

basic math skills! The exercises in this resource can be used for assessment,

review, test preparation, or practice.

The Table of Contents lists each practice page and the skill that it covers.

The pages have been written with the latest NCTM (National Council of

Teachers of Mathematics) Principles and Standards in mind. Each page

includes simple, clear directions for the students, allowing them to complete

the pages independently. The pages also work well as homework assignments

or for extra credit.

I hope youll find that the activities are useful and fun math practice for

your students and that they provide you with additional math practice

options throughout the school year.

Enjoy!

Multiplication

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Mountains of Math

Its a long way to the tophave you packed your math? Start with each climber's

number and multiply it by the number written on the first flag. Write the answer

you get on the blank near the flag. Then take that answer and multiply it by the

number on the next flag. Continue multiplying until you get to the top of the

mountain.

1.

3.

(5)

______

(4)

(3)

______

(4)

(2)______

(4)

(3)

______

(2)

______

______

______

(1)

______

4.

(5)______

(5)

______

(4)

(2)

(3)

______

______

(1)

2.

(5)

______

______

______

(3)

(1)

______

______

(2)

______

(1)

______

______

Division

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Can you help these fish get ready for the annual Ocean Waves Dunk and Dive Derby?

Each school of fish has to divide into teams, and not everyone will get to compete.

There must be exactly 13 fish on each team. Find out how many teams will compete

from each school and how many fish will be waiting on the bench.

1. Waterville High Guppies: 1,874 fish

Number of teams_________

Remainder_________

Number of teams_________

Remainder_________

Number of teams_________

Remainder_________

Number of teams_________

Remainder_________

Number of teams_________

Remainder_________

Order of operations

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Savings Multiplication

Saving for a rainy day? Well, start with just a few cents, and before you know it,

it could be pouring! That is, if you use a little multiplication. Heres how:

1. Start by saving 1 penny.

2. Each day, save 2 times as much as you did the day before.

Day

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

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14

15

16

17

18

19

20

How much would you save after 20 days? ____________

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Camp Average

Averages are everything here at Camp Average. Help these campers find the mean,

mode, and median of their groups. If necessary, round your answer to the nearest tenth.

1. Group 1

Mean __________

Mode __________

Median ________

2. Group 2

Mean __________

Mode __________

Median ________

3. Group 3

Mean __________

Mode __________

4. Group 4

Mean __________

Mode __________

Median ________

Median ________

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Help our shopkeeper get his pairs of shoes back together. Draw a line to match each

shoe with two numbers to the shoe that has the lowest common multiple of those

two numbers.

3, 4

10

15, 10

18

8, 10

20

48

9, 4

8, 6

30

5, 10

12

7, 5

36

6, 9

24, 16

4, 10

40

35

24

Comparing fractions

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Stocking Up on Fractions

These stocks are quite a bargain, but which is the least expensive and which is the

most expensive? To find out, youll need to compare the fractions by changing

them to like fractions. Then, rank the companies from 1 to 8, 1 being the cheapest

and 8 the most expensive.

DVDs R Us

Stock value:

2.

6

__

16

1

__

4

Stock value:

5

__

12

6.

7.

Rank:_____

Rank:_____

5

__

8

Rank:_____

Coast to Coast

Rollercoasters, Ltd.

Stock value:

8.

2

__

3

Computer Cats

Software

Stock value:

Rank:_____

Worldwide

Waterslide Co.

Stock value:

Rank:_____

Turbo Track

Shoe Sellers, Inc.

Stock value:

4.

Rank:_____

Popcorn Emporium

Stock value:

3.

3

__

5

5.

7

__

9

Rank:_____

Concert Promotions

Stock value:

5

__

10

Rank:_____

Which stock is cheapest? _______________________________________

10

1.

Equivalent fractions

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

These fractions have lost their dance partners. But thats okayyou can play

matchmaker by using equivalent fractions. Draw a line from each fraction to its

equivalent.

11

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Freddy is ready to make a swap. Are you? He begins by giving away a portion of

the fractions he arrived with for another fraction. Continue trading fractions until

the end of the swap meet.

Freddy arrived at the Saturday Swap Meet with his fraction 2

3

__

.

8

1

3

__

__

He gives Leo 4 in exchange for 8.

3 __

1

1. 2 __

= ____

8

4

3 = _____

2. Your answer from above + __

8

He gives Lucy

2

1

__

__

in exchange for 5 .

2

4. _____ + _____ = _____

2

4

__

__

He gives Ariel 5 in exchange for 5 .

1

1

__

__

He gives Mikey 3 in exchange for 4 .

8. _____ + _____ = _____

2

4

__

__

He gives Diane 6 in exchange for 3 .

1 0. _____ + _____=

_____

At the end of the swap meet, what fraction is Freddy left with? ___________

12

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Whole in One

On this course, the whole is the goal! Each of our players is starting with the number

7. As each competitor moves through the course, different fractions are subtracted

from his or her total. Write your answers in the blanks provided as you go along.

The runner who arrives at a whole number first, wins.

Fearless Felix

- _5_

16

1

-_

2

_______

1

_

8

_______

- _6_

24

_______

11

- __

16

_

-3

8

_______

4_

-7

_______

_______

_

-5

8

_______

7

- __

18

_______

_______

Rapid Rosa

- _3_

8

1

-_

4

_______

_______

_

-7

12

_______

3

__

36

_______

- _3_

11

5

- __

24

_______

1_

-4

_______

1

- __0

40

_______

1

- __

4

_______

_______

Which runner won? __________________

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Averaging

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Its the finals of the skating competition and the scores are in! But wait a minute

they havent been averaged yet. You can help. First find the average score for

each skater. If necessary, round the score to the nearest hundredth. Then rank the

skaters according to their score. The skater with the highest score wins. Write the

answers in the blanks provided.

Icemaster Ike

Scores: 8.7 5.5 9.0 5.6 6.8 7.2 4.5 7.9 6.7 8.2

Average: __________

Alexandra Glider

Scores: 5.8 7.6 4.9 8.8 7.9 6.6 5.9 4.7 6.6 5.5

Average: __________

Double-Axle Dave

Scores: 4.4 5.5 6.6 7.7 8.8 9.9 6.7 7.6 8.7 9.8

Ima S. Kater

Scores: 6.5 7.4 2.9 9.8 9.9 6.5 8.7 7.4 5.8 8.7

Average: __________

________________

First Place

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________________

Second Place

________________

Third Place

________________

Fourth Place

Average: __________

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Marathon Math

On your mark, get set . . . GO! Wholl win our math marathon? To find out, use the

clues given below to calculate how long it will take each of our runners to finish the

race. A marathon is 26.2 miles long. Use the boxes to do your calculations. Better

get started!

1. Carrie runs the first mile in 6 minutes, the next 5 miles at a rate of

6 minutes and 30 seconds per mile, and the rest of the race at a

rate of 7 minutes per mile.

seconds.

per mile, and the last 13.2 miles at a rate of 7 minutes and 10

seconds per mile.

15

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Its coupon day and our shoppers are ready to rack up the savings! Both arrived at

the store with $50. How much money will each one have left? Add up item costs and

subtract coupon amounts for each shopper\. Then answer the question below.

Shopper Number 1:

There are different ways to do this activity. Which way did you do it? ______________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________

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Shopper Number 2:

Multiplying decimals

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Want to re-create the first Thanksgiving? All you need are a hundred or so guests

and lots of food. At todays prices, this feast will cost you big bucks! How much?

Read the table below and fill in the prices by multiplying the number needed by

pounds per item and cost per pound.

Item

Number of

Items Needed

Pounds

Per Item

Price

Per Pound

Turkey

14

16

$4.50

Lobster

140

1.25

$7.99

Goose

20

12

$3.89

Rabbit

47

$4.79

Venison (deer)

100

$12.99

Cornbread

700

$3.66

Pumpkin

14

10

$1.09

Total

Price

Source: The New York Times

17

Multiplying decimals

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Decimals in Space!

How much do you weigh on Jupiter? Well, you dont

have to hop on the next rocket ship to find out. All

you need is a little math and our Cosmic Conversion

Chart. Read each question below. Then use the

conversion chart to find the answers. Write your

answers in the spaces provided.

1. Astronaut Angela weighs 135 pounds on

Earth. How much does she weigh on

it weigh on

b. Uranus? ____________

a. Pluto? ______________

c. Mars? ______________

b. Neptune?____________

c. Venus?______________

weigh on

a. Jupiter? ____________

b. Mercury? __________

Neptune______ Pluto________

Mercury_______Venus_______ Mars_______

placed on the moon weighed 8.5 pounds

on Earth.

a. How much did they weigh on the

Moon? ____________

b. How much would they weigh on

Saturn? ____________

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Sun

Mercury

Venus

Earth

Moon

Mars

Jupiter

Saturn

Uranus

Neptune

Pluto

Multiply weight

on Earth by

27.90

.38

.91

1.00

.17

.38

2.36

.92

.89

1.12

.07

Percents

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Per Cents!

These cents make sense when it comes to working with percents! Remember: There

are 100 cents in every dollar, so calculating percents with money is a snap! Read the

questions below and look at the group of coins listed, then calculate what percent

each group of coins is equal to.

1.

=

2.

3.

=

4.

=

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

19

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

3

__

4

1

2. powdered milk __

3

3. petroleum jelly __

1. vinegar

4. cola

5

__

6

5. hot sauce

3

__

8

6. salt

5

__

9

7. yogurt

15

__

29

8. oats

7

__

9

9. toothpaste

1

__

4

Source: Paint Your House With Powdered Milk and

Polish Your Furniture With Panty Hose by Joey Green.

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Some people have some pretty smartand pretty strangeuses for things around

the house. Here are just a few. Match each percent to its fraction equivalent and

youll find a wacky use for some common household items. When necessary,

round up to the nearest percent.

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Math Tax!

You finally got that after-school job and here comes your first paycheck. But wait

some of your money is missing! Thats taxes. To find out how much these kids had

to pay in taxes, use math to calculate.

a. How much money does he have to pay in taxes?

____________

b. How money does he get to take home?

____________

a. How much would she make in one year if

no taxes were taken out? ____________

b. How much would she bring home in one month if

she is taxed 17%? ____________

c. How much would she take home in one year if she is taxed 17%? ____________

d. How much in taxes would Erin pay in one year? ____________

3. Sarah lives near the state line and has a part-time job in each of two states.

In one state, she makes $200 a month and gets taxed 16%. In the other state,

she makes $150 a month and gets taxed 14%.

a. How much money did Sarah earn altogether in one month, before

she paid her taxes? _________________

b. How much did Sarah pay in taxes on the $200 she earned? ____________

c. How much did Sarah pay in taxes on the $150 she earned? ____________

4. Cary wants to save enough money to buy a used car that costs $1,500.

He makes $325 a month before taxes. He is taxed 18%.

a. How much money does he get to keep each month? ____________

b. How many months will it take for him to save up

enough money to buy the car? _________________

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Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Fraction Magic

Can you perform some fraction magic! For your first trick, try changing these

fractions into decimals. If necessary, round each decimal to the hundredths place.

Then, rank the decimals from smallest to largest by writing them from left to

right in the blanks provided. And for your grand finale, use the key below to

complete the riddle. Youre on!

Fraction

Decimal

2.

1

__

2

2

__

3

2

__

______

______

______

4.

5

__

______

5.

4

__

______

6.

7

__

10

______

7.

11

__

13

______

8.

8

__

______

8

__

______

7

10. __

______

3.

9.

8

9

15

9

12

____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

T

H

B

T

A

E

E

L

F

R

Q: What does Mr. Fraction call Mrs. Fraction?

A: My ___

.5

22

___ ___

.67 .4

___ ___

.53 .63

___

.89

___

.44

___ ___

.58 .7

___ !

.85

1.

Geometry: triangles

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

The search is on. These triangles are all different, but they have one thing in

commoneach is missing an angle! Where could these angles be? Not to worry.

Our detective is hot on the case and you can help her out. First, look at each

triangle. Determine what size angle will complete

that triangle. Then, write the letter of the angle on

the line near the triangle it completes.

60

1.

79

90

5. ?

________

37

________

?

2.

6.

75 70

________

93

45

100

20

7.

________

e.

29

64

________

3.

a.

58

b.

43

f.

c.

60

g.

45

90

________

35

36

4.

92

________

45

8.

108

d.

36

h.

30

________

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Circle graphs

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Sports Time!

How much time do you spend each week playing sports? One hour? Two? Maybe

even three? Before you answer that question, take a look at the results of one

survey. Use the graph to answer the questions below. You will be asked to give

your answers in fractions or percents. Be sure your fractions are in lowest terms.

2 to 5 hours a week? ____________

8 or more hours a week? ____________

0 to 5 hours a week? ____________

0 to 5 hours a week? ____________

5 or more hours a week? ____________

Playing Sports Each Day

8 or more

hours

0 to 2 hours

24%

26%

8 hours a week? ____________

8 hours a week? ____________

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5 to 8 hours

21%

2 to 5 hours

29%

Coordinate points

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

This coordinate grid map may not show you how to get to an airport, but it will

show you where to find a skateboard! Read each question and look at the grid.

Write the name of the item or the coordinates in the blanks provided.

3

2

2. Where is the mountain located (give coordinates)? ____________________________________

3. Where is the skateboard? __________________________________________________________

4. What is located at (3, 1)? ________________________________________________________

5. What will you find at (0, 3)? ______________________________________________________

6. Where can you go to find the treasure chest? ________________________________________

7. What will you find at (6, 3)? ______________________________________________________

8. Where is the bike located? ________________________________________________________

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Squaring

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Squaring Squares

What do you do to the length of a side of a square to find its area? Square it, of

course! First, look at the length of the side for each square below. Then square that

number to find the area of the square. Write your answer inside each square. Then

use your answers to solve the riddle below.

3 in.

1.

9 in.

11 in.

5.

6.

10 in.

3.

(T)

4 in.

4.

5 in.

2.

(R)

(I)

(O)

12 in.

9.

8.

(D)

(Q)

13 in.

10. 8 in.

6 in.

7.

(S)

7 in.

(U)

15 in.

12.

11.

(E)

A: Youre ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____!

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81

49

(A)

(L)

(S)

Multiplying fractions

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Mmmm. You finally found the perfect tortilla recipe for your party. But waitthis

recipe only makes 12 tortillas and you need more than that. What do you do?

Multiply fractions, thats what! The chart below gives you the ingredients to make

one batch of tortillas. Multiply the amount of each ingredient by the number of

batches listed below to increase the recipe.

Ingredient

Amount needed

for 1 batch

(12 tortillas)

Amount needed

for 3 batches

(36 tortillas)

Amount needed

for 5 batches

(60 tortillas)

Amount needed

1

for 6 __ batches

2

(78 tortillas)

1

1 __ cups

3

__________

__________

__________

2

__

cup

3

__________

__________

__________

3. Salt

3

__

teaspoon

4

__________

__________

__________

4. Baking powder

1

__

teaspoon

2

__________

__________

__________

5. Vegetable

1

__

cup

4

__________

__________

__________

6. Hot water

2 cup

__

3

__________

__________

__________

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2. Whole-wheat

flour

shortening

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Multiplying fractions

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

These mixed numbers sure are mixed up! To straighten them out, first, rewrite each

mixed number correctly and in the lowest terms. Then multiply. Next, make sure

your answers are again written as mixed numbers and in the lowest

terms. Finally, answer the questions at the bottom of the page.

Rewrite

Problem

Answer

1.

7

__

4

1

__

8

____________________

_____________

2.

__

3 17

6

5

2 __

3

____________________

_____________

3.

1

__

9

9

__

5

____________________

_____________

4.

10

7

1 __

5

____________________

_____________

5.

31

__

8

18

2 __

7

____________________

_____________

6.

6

9 __

5

__

8 11

5

____________________

_____________

__ x

5 20

9

__

7 10

7

____________________

_____________

20

__

11

____________________

_____________

7.

8.

9.

7

__

x

3

19

1 __

8

x 4

Which one of these problems could represent the area of a rectangle with a

1 and a width of 2 __

2 ? ___________

length of 12 __

3

5

10. Which one of these problems could represent the area of a square with a side

length of 10

28

1

__

? ___________

5

Mixed-Up Mixed

Numbers

Dividing fractions

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Reciprocals are easy when you have a cook to flip your fractions

for you! Look at each division problem written on the pancakes

below. In the second column, rewrite each problem. Be sure to flip

the second fraction each time. Then, write the answer on the line

provided, and convert your answers to mixed numbers in lowest

terms. We did the first one for you.

Problem

1.

7

__

1

__

2.

1

__

1

__

3.

1

__

1

__

1

__

32

5.

4

__

6.

5 __

3

7.

6 __

4

8.

7

__

7

__

8

4

__

1

Answer

=

28

__

8

1

= 3 __

2

___________

___________

___________

___________

2

__

23

___________

1

__

32

___________

___________

2

__

3

1

__

7

1

__

6

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Dividing fractions

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Our cooks are ready to serve up some super chow, but theyre not quite sure how

many servings they have of each tasty treat. But they do know the amount of food

they have and what each serving size should be. You can help them figure out the

rest by dividing fractions. For each food item listed below, divide the total amount

of food by the serving size. Your answer will be the number of servings. Write it in

the space provided.

Serving Size

Number of

Servings

3

1. 8 __

cups vegetable soup

1

1__ cups

4

_____________

3

2. 3 __

cups beef stew

3 cup

__

4

_____________

1

3. 3 __

cups peas

1 cup

__

8

______________

1 cups carrots

4. 7 __

11

__ cup

12

_____________

5. 8 __

cups rice

4

3 cups

1__

8

_____________

1

6. 3 __

cups chocolate pudding

5 cup

__

9

_____________

how many guests are there? _____________

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Total Amount

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Year-End Sale!

Its the big year-end close-out sale! How much can you save? Fractions are the key

to your shopping success and savings. For each item below, look at the price and

the discount. Then write the amount of

money youll save and the final price of

each item in the blanks provided.

Item

Original Price

Discount

Amount Saved

New Price

1. Jeans

$24.00

2

__

off

3

______________

______________

2. Tennis shoes

$38.00

43% off

______________

______________

3. Sweaters

$28.00

3

__

off

8

______________

______________

4. Tank tops

$12.00

15% off

______________

______________

5. Shorts

$18.00

1

__

off

4

______________

______________

6. Skirts

$29.00

22% off

______________

______________

7. Dresses

$34.00

4

__

off

7

______________

______________

8. T-shirts

$14.00

9% off

______________

______________

9. Overalls

$36.00

3

__

11

off

______________

______________

10. Jackets

$41.00

19% off

______________

______________

11. Hats

$12.00

20% off

______________

______________

12. Gloves

$16.00

8% off

______________

______________

$49.00

1

__

off

6

______________

______________

14. Vests

$32.00

1

__

off

______________

______________

15. Coats

$85.00

30% off

______________

______________

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Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Recycling Percents

We're not just talking trash . . . . These trash facts

will amaze you. First solve the problem. Draw a line

from each problem to its correct answer. Then write

the answer to the question in the blank provided.

1. 15% of 80 = _____________

12: 75,000

the Sunday New York Times each week? _____________

2. 12% of 75 = _____________

How much trash in pounds does the average American

throw away each day? _____________

Since 1960, the amount of trash in pounds thrown

away by average Americans each year has increased

how much? _____________

7: 250 million

442: about

1

__

3

9: 4 pounds

take how many years to decompose? _____________

8: 8 million

6. 8% of 100 = ___________

in the United States each year? _____________

recycled? _____________

8. 14% of 50 = _____________

How many million tires do Americans throw

away each year? _____________

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In just one hour, about how many million plastic soda bottles

are thrown away in the United States? _____________

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Bundle up! Our quilt of math has got you covered. How much area will it cover

exactly? Thats for you to find outusing area and perimeter formulas. First, look at

the length and width of each patch. Then, find the area and the perimeter of each

square or rectangle. Finally, write your answers in the blanks within each patch.

6 in.

5 in.

4 in.

7 in.

2 in.

P = _____

A = _____

8 in.

8 in.

9 in.

6 in.

P = _____

A = _____

P = _____

P = _____

A = _____

A = _____

P=

_____

3 in.

10 in.

2 in.

5 in.

P = _____

3 in.

A = _____

P = _____

6 in.

5 in.

11 in.

3 in.

11

A = _____

P = _____

A = _____

A = ___

2 in.

7 in.

A = _____

9

P = _____

10

3 in. 3 in.

P = _____

3 in. 12

3 in.

P = _____

A = _____

A = _____

2 in.

13

3 in.

A=

P = ___

_____

2 in.

4 in. 15

P=

_____

A=

_____

4 in.

14

P = ___

P = _____ 3 in.

A = ___

A = _____

What is the area of the entire quilt? _____________________________

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Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Its time for a new paint job. How much area do our painters need to cover?

Each side of a pyramid is a triangle. First, find the area of each

triangle. Then find the total surface area of each pyramid.

Write your answers on the blanks provided.

1.

Area of triangle:

_____________

Area of pyramid:

Area of triangle:

5.

_____________

_____________

B = 5 ft.

H = 10 ft.

B = 7 ft.

H = 8 ft.

Area of pyramid:

_____________

2.

Area of triangle:

6.

_____________

_____________

B = 8 ft.

H = 12 ft.

B = 4 ft.

H = 7 ft.

Area of pyramid:

_____________

B = 9 ft.

H = 6 ft.

Area of triangle:

_____________

B = 4 ft.

H = 11 ft.

Area of pyramid:

_____________

_____________

Area of triangle:

7.

3.

Area of pyramid:

_____________

Area of pyramid:

_____________

8.

Area of triangle:

_____________

Area of triangle:

4.

_____________

B = 14 ft.

H = 6 ft.

Area of pyramid:

B = 12 ft.

H = 13 ft.

Area of pyramid:

_____________

_____________

1 (bh)

Area of a triangle = __

2

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Area of triangle:

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Whew! All these circles are getting me dizzy! Theyre everywhere! How big are they?

Thats for you to find out. Look at the measurement given for each circle. Use that

measurement to find the remaining information. Write your answers on the blanks

provided. Leave your answers in terms of pi.

1. Truck tire

4. Tricycle wheel

d = 4 ft.

d = 4 in.

r = ________

r = ________

c = ________

c = ________

a = ________

a = ________

5. Lollipop

d = 2 in.

r = ________

2. Car tire

d = ________

r = 1.5 ft.

c = ________

a = ________

c = ________

a = ________

6. Buggy wheel

d = ________

r = 2.5 in.

c = ________

a = ________

3. Bicycle

d = ________

r = 10 in.

7. Hula hoop

c = ________

d = ________

a = ________

r = 3 ft.

c = ________

a = ________

Circumference = pi(r+r)

Area = pi(r2)

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Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Pooch Pools

These arent your ordinary dogs. These pampered pooches have their own pools.

How big are the pools? Use the measurements below to find the total

area of each dogs pool. Write your answers in the space provided.

L = 3 ft. W = 7 ft.

W = 3 ft.

1.

What is the area of the rectangle? _______________

B = 3 ft.

H = 4 ft.

_______________

What is the total area?

_______________

L = 8 ft. W = 4 ft.

2.

What is the area of the rectangle? _______________

What is the area of the square?

W = 6 ft.

What is the total area?

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_______________

_______________

B = 6 ft.

H = 8 ft.

Charts

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Tornado Time

We have measurements for lots of different things. But have

you ever wondered how to measure the strength of something

as powerful as a tornado? Well, scientists use the Fujita scale

to do just that. The Fujita Scale is printed here. First read

through it. Then, use the information to answer the questions

below. Write your answers in the blanks provided.

Fujita Scale

Rating

FUJITA SCALE

Wind Speed

F0

4072 mph

Can break the limbs off trees and uproot small trees

F1

73112 mph

Can peel the roof off a house and push a car across the ground

F2

113157 mph

Can destroy a mobile home, uproot large trees, and throw light objects

F3

158206 mph

F4

207260 mph

Can destroy a home, blow down small structures, and throw cars

F5

261318 mph

Can throw and completely demolish a home, throw a car more than

300 yards, and tear the bark off trees

142 miles per hour.

What is its rating? ____________________

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Damage Level

wind speed? ______________________

b. What is its slowest possible

wind speed? ______________________

Soon winds have picked up to 50 mph.

Finally, winds are at 110 mph.

a. When was the storm first considered a

tornado? __________________________

b. What was its initial Fujita rating? _____

c. What was its final Fujita rating? ______

a. What is its rating? __________________

assessed. A lot of trash cans have been

blown around and a few houses have

roof damage.

a. What would you estimate the rating of

this tornado to be? _________________

b. What is its fastest possible

wind speed? ______________________

can increase for it to remain at

that rating? ________________________

c. How much faster must its wind speed get

to be rated an F2? _________________

d. What is the most its wind speed can

increase to remain an F2? __________

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Algebra

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Touchdown Math!

Let the games begin! Football games that is. Use the information in the box to

figure out the winners in these games.

T

F

X

C

S

=

=

=

=

=

touchdown

field goal

extra point

two-point conversion

safety

=

=

=

=

=

6

3

1

2

2

points

points

point

points

points

Game 1

Knights 1T + 2F = ________

Rockets 1T + 3S + 1C = ________

Winners: _________________

Eagles

2T + 1C + X = ________

Bears

4T + 3X + 1C = ________

Stars

3T + 3X = ________

Kings

5T + 2X + 3C = ________

Winners: _________________

Game 3

Winners: _________________

Game 5

Sharks

2T + 3F + 2X = ________

Mustangs 3T + 2X + 1C + 2F = ________

Tanks

1T + 4F + 1C + 2S = ________

Lions

Winners: _________________

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Game 4

2T + 2X + 3F + 2S= ________

Winners: _________________

Game 2

Rate

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

First-Rate Math

The race is over! But were not going to tell you who won. Well tell you how far

they drove and how long it took them to do it. The rest is up to you. First, look

at the distance of each drivers race and the amount of time it took him or her to

finish. Then, divide the distance by the time to get the rate. Round your answers

to the nearest thousandth. Finally, rank the drivers from fastest to slowest.

Cruisin Carol

Distance = .8 miles

Time

= 6 seconds

Time

= 10 seconds

Rate

= ___________

Rate

= ___________

Speedy Sam

Debbie Dragster

Time

= 8 seconds

Time

= 11 seconds

Rate

= ___________

Rate

= ___________

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Scale

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

These are some big bugs! Dont worrytheyre just models made with a lot of

creativity and a lot of math. What kind of math? Scale. Use scale to answer each of

the questions below.

1. A ladybug is .75 inches long. The model ladybug

is 200 times as long, or is built on a scale of 1/200.

How big is the model? _______________

2. Your pet beetle is 1.91 inches wide. The model of him is 195 times as wide,

or on a scale of 1/195.

How many inches wide is the model? _______________

a. Using the same scale as in question 2, how tall is the model of your beetle? ___________

b. Using a scale of 1/210, how tall is the model of your beetle? _______________

4. A model is made of a locust. The real locust is 1.5 inches long. The scale used to

make the model is 1/250.

a. Using the scale from above, what is the wingspan on the model? _______________

b. If you used a scale of 1/300, what would be the wingspan of the model? _____________

6. Now work backwards. The model of the praying mantis was built on a scale of 1/360.

a. The model is 792 inches tall. How tall is the real praying mantis? _______________

b. The model is 1,332 inches long. How long is the real praying mantis? _______________

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Proportions

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Youve never had sodas that pop like these! What makes them so special?

The secret ingredient, thats what. What is the secret ingredient?

We cant tell you that, but we will tell you how much secret ingredient

you need for one bottle of each of the eight flavors. Time to head

to the test kitchen to mix up a few batches. All you need are

proportions to do the rest. Read the information below.

Then set up and solve proportions to complete the chart.

Flavor

Amount of Secret

Ingredient Per Bottle

Number of

Bottles Needed

Amount Needed

1. Elixir

.37 ounces

125

__________________

2. Slurpfest

.22 ounces

210

__________________

3. Taste Tester

.53 ounces

150

__________________

4. Yummalicious

.09 ounces

175

__________________

5. Fizzy Lizzy

.48 ounces

260

__________________

6. Yikes!

.34 ounces

245

__________________

7. 2 Too Much

.67 ounces

520

__________________

8. Slammin

.43 ounces

480

__________________

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Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Metric Madness

Do you know how many kilograms you weigh? What about how many meters

tall you are? Well, our metric conversion chart should help.

Use it to answer the following questions. Write your answers

on the blanks provided.

1. A football field is 100 yards long.

How many meters long is that?

____________________________________

120 pounds. Now he

weighs 59 kilograms.

a. Did he lose or gain weight?

The speed limit is 55 miles per hour.

a. Are you going over the speed

limit? ______________________________

b. How much faster or slower are you

going in miles per hour? ______________

c. How much faster or slower are you

going in kilometers per hour?

__________________________________

__________________________

b. How many pounds, more

or less, does he weigh?

______________________

c. How many kilograms, more or less,

does he weigh? ____________________

12 pounds of strawberries for $15,

or 9 kilograms for $20? ______________

__________________________________

b. What is their height difference in

inches? ____________________________

c. What is their height difference in

centimeters? ________________________

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(Multiply to convert)

1 inch

1 centimeter

1 kilogram

1 pound

1 meter

1 foot

1 kilometer

1 mile

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

2.54 centimeters

.39 inch

2.2 pounds

.45 kilogram

3.28 feet

.3 meter

.62 mile

1.6 kilometers

1 yard

.9 meter

Word problems

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Use all of your math knowledge to answer to find the solutions to these problems.

1. This season, Robbie took 84 free-throw shots. He made 12.

a. What fraction did he make? __________________________________________________

b. What percentage did he miss? ________________________________________________

What is the percent decrease in price? ____________________________________________

3

__

a. How much do you need for 5 batches? ________________________________________

1

__

b. 6 2 batches? ______________________________________________________________

3 batches? ______________________________________________________________

c. 7 __

4

4. Rachel sees beans on special, 5 cans for $2. Another brand is 35 cents a can.

a. Which costs less? ____________________________________________________________

b. What is the difference in price? ________________________________________________

5. Roger is painting the outside of his garage. It is 30 feet long and 25 feet high.

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b. For every 15 square feet that he will paint, Roger needs 1 gallon of paint.

How many gallons will he need to paint the garage? ________________________________

6. Mr. Calverts class is raising money for a local charity. They raised $2,450 all together,

1

__

this amount by selling raffle tickets, and 8 from their bake sale. They raised the rest

of the money by holding a car wash.

1

__

2

a. What fraction of the money was raised from the car wash? ________________________

b. What percent of the money was raised from the car wash? ________________________

c. What percent of the money was raised from the bake sale? ________________________

d. How much money was raised from the bake sale? ________________________________

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Word problems

Name ______________________________________________ Date ___________________

Use all of your math knowledge to answer to find the solutions to these problems.

1. Al is making a model of city hall. His model is 1/200 the height of the real building.

a. If the model is 3 feet tall, what is the actual height of the real building? ________________

b. If the actual width of a window is 24 feet, what is the width of the window on the model?

Give your answer in inches. ______________________________________________________

2. A sumo wrestler is trying to gain weight for a big match. His weight increases from

300 pounds to 350 pounds.

a. What is the percent increase in his weight?________________________________________

b. There are 2.2 pounds in 1 kilogram. What was his initial weight in kilograms?__________

c. What is his new weight in kilograms? ____________________________________________

3. It takes 754 bags of food per year to feed the 18 elephants at the zoo. The number of

1

elephants at the zoo increases by __

.

6

a. How many elephants are there now? ____________________________________________

b. How many bags of food will be needed to feed them all? ____________________________

4. Larry is on a road trip. In the first 30 minutes, he drives 32 miles. In the next 30 minutes,

a. What is his rate, in miles per hour, for the first half hour? ____________________________

b. What is his rate, in miles per hour, for the second half hour? ________________________

c. How far did he drive in the entire hour? __________________________________________

d. What is his rate in miles per hour for the entire hour? ______________________________

a. How long is the flight in hours and minutes? ______________________________________

b. Approximately 38% of the flight was over water. How much time, in hours,

minutes, and seconds was spent flying over water?____________________________________

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he drives 29 miles.

Answer Key

Answer Key

Page 5 Mountains of Math

1. climber number 17: 51; 408;

2,448; 29,376; 264,384

14

8,192

15

16,384

32,767

16

32,768

65,535

980; 10,780; 43,120

17

65,536

131,071

18

131,072

262,143

4,095; 12,285; 110,565

19

262,144

524,287

20

524,288

1,048,575

720; 10,080; 30,240

Page 6 Fishing for

Remainders

Waterville High Guppies: number of

teams: 144 remainder: 2

Bay Area Starfish: number of teams:

211 remainder: 1

Pacific High Sharks: number of

teams: 69 remainder: 2

-Reef Central Sea Horses: number of

teams: 170 remainder: 12

Midatlantic Swordfish: number of

teams: 150 remainder: 10

27 fish are on the bench.

Page 7 Savings

Multiplication

(answers in pennies)

Day

Amount Saved

That Day

Total Amount

Saved

15

16

31

32

63

64

127

128

255

256

511

10

512

1,023

11

1,024

2,047

12

2,048

4,095

13

4,096

8,191

16,383

Page 8 Camp Average

1. mean: 7.43; mode: 4; median: 7

2. mean: 7.6; mode: 12; median: 6

3. mean: 7.1; mode: 2; median: 8

4. mean: 8.1; mode: 7; median: 7

Page 9

Correct

3, 4

15, 10

8, 10

9, 4

8, 6

5, 10

7, 5

6, 9

24, 16

4, 10

matches are:

12

30

40

36

24

10

35

18

48

20

Page 10 Stocking Up

on Fractions

1. 5

2. 2

3. 1

4. 3

5. 7

6. 6

7. 10

8. 4

Coast to Coast Rollercoasters, Ltd.

is the most expensive.

Are Created Equal

Equivalent fractions are:

5 ,

__

8

3 ,

__

16

15

__

24

6

__

32

4 ,

__

5

4 ,

__

11

16

__

20

20

__

55

1 ,

__

3

7

__ ,

13

7

__

21

21

__

39

2 ,

__

7

4

__ ,

9

8

__

28

20

__

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Swap Meet

5

1

1

2 __ __ = 2 __

1.

8

4

8

1

3

1

__

__

2.

2

+

= 2 __

8

8

2

1

1

__ __

=2

3. 2

2

2

2

2

4. 2 + __ = 2 __

5

5

2

4

3

5. 2 __ __ = 1 __

5

5

5

3

2

6. 1 __ + __ = 2

5

5

1

2

7. 2 __ = 1 __

3

3

2

1

__ + __ = 1 11

__

8. 1

3

4

12

2

11

7

__ __

= 1 __

9. 1

12 6

12

7 16

11

23

__

+ __ = 1 __ = 2 __

10. 1

12 12

12

12

At the end of the swap meet,

11

Freddy has 2 __.

12

is cheapest.

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Answer Key

Rapid Rosa

1 27

__ = __

4

4

3

51

__ = __

8

8

3 151

__ = ___

36 24

5 73

__ = __

24 12

7 11

__ = __

12 2

1 21

__ = __

4

4

1

__ = 5

4

It took Rosa 7 obstacles.

Fearless Felix is the winner.

Page 14 And the

Winner Is...

Icemaster Ike average: 7.01

Alexandra Glider average: 6.43

Double-Axle Dave average: 7.57

Ima S. Kater average: 7.36

First Place: Double-Axle Dave

Second Place: Ima S. Kater

Third Place: Icemaster Ike

Fourth Place: Alexandra Glider

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1. 3 hours, 5 minutes, 30 seconds

2. 2 hours, 55 minutes, 30 seconds

3. 2 hours, 53 minutes, 20 seconds

Taylor finished first.

Page 16 Attention All

Shopper 1 spent $21.96, saved

$2.41, and has $28.04 left over.

Shopper 2 spent $21.25, saved

$3.57, and has $28.75 left over.

Answers describing ways to do this

activity will vary, but students should

explain their method clearly.

Page 17 Thanksgiving

Inflation

Turkey

Lobster

Goose

Rabbit

Venison (deer)

Cornmeal

Pumpkin

The total cost of

$12,999.71

$1,008.00

$1,398.25

$933.60

$450.26

$6,495.00

$2,562.00

$152.60

the meal is

1. a. 22.95 pounds; b. 120.15

pounds; c. 51.3 pounds

2. a. 31.62 pounds; b. 5.09

pounds; c. 373.86 pounds

3. a. 1.45 pounds; b. 7.82 pounds

4. a. 166.6 pounds; b. 2,665.6

pounds; c. 2,165.8 pounds

5. Answers will vary.

Page 19 Per Cents!

1. 35%

6. 25%

2. 55%

7. 23%

3. 18%

8.

7%

4. 17%

9.

4%

5.

6%

10. 10%

From Decimals

1. 75%

6. 56%

2. 33%

7. 52%

3. 60%

8. 78%

4. 83%

9. 25%

5. 38%

Page 21 Math Tax!

1. a. $22.50 b. $127.50

2. a. $3,600.00 b. $249.00

c. $2,988.00 d. $612.00

3. a. $350.00 b. $32.00

c. $21.00

4. a. $266.50 b. almost 6

Page 22 Fraction Magic

1. .5

2. .67

3. .4

4. .63

5. .44

6. .7

7. .85

8. .53

9. .89

10. .58

Ranked in order from smallest to

largest:

.4 .44 .5 .53 .58 .63 .67

.7 .85 .89

Q: What does Mr. Fraction call

Mrs. Fraction?

A: My better half!

Page 23 The Case of the

Missing Angle

1. h

5. a

2. g

6. e

3. c

7. f

4. b

8. d

Fearless Felix

1 13

__ = __

2

2

5 99

__ = __

16 16

1 97

__ = __

8 16

11 43

__ = __

16 8

3 40

__ = __ = 5

8

8

It took Felix 5 obstacles.

Answer Key

Page 24 Sports Time!

29

___

100

6

__

2.

25

1.

5. 45%

6.

3. 55%

4.

9

__

20

7. 76%

11

__

20

8.

19

__

25

Page 25 Coordinate

Scavenger Hunt

1. laptop computer

2. (5,1)

3. (3,0)

4. car

5. roller blades

6. (0,-3)

7. soccer ball

8. (4,-2)

Page 26 Squaring Squares

1. 9

7. 36

2. 16

8. 144

3. 81

9. 169

4. 25

10. 64

5. 121

11. 49

6. 100

12. 225

Q: What did one quadrilateral say

to the other?

A: Youre so square!

Page 27 Recipe for Math

Success

2

1

1. 4 cups; 6 __ cups; 8 __ cups

3

1

3

1

3

1

4

3

4

3. 2 __ teaspoons; 3 __

teaspoons; 4

7

__

teaspoons

8

1

2

4. 1 __ teaspoons; 2

1

__

2

1

4

teaspoons; 3 __ teaspoons

5.

3

1

5

__

cup; 1 __ cups; 1__ cups

4

4

8

1

3

1

3

Mix-Up

3

1

3

1. 2 __ x 1 __

3 __

4

8

32

5

2

7

__

x 3 __

21 __

2. 5

6

3

18

1

4

1

3. 1 __ x 4 __

5 __

9

5

3

1

2

3

__

__

x2

29 __

4. 12

3

5

5

7

4

4

5. 8 __ x 4 __

40 __

8

7

7

1

1

1

__

__

x 10

104 __

6. 10

5

5

25

2

3

55

__

x 8 __

60 __

7. 7

9

7

63

1. $16

$8

2. $16.34

$21.66

3. $10.50

$17.50

4. $1.80

$10.20

5. $4.50

$13.50

6. $6.38

$22.62

7. $19.43

$14.57

8. $1.26

$12.74

9. $9.82

$26.18

10. $7.79

$33.21

11. $2.40

$9.60

12. $1.28

$14.72

13. $8.17

$40.83

14. $4.00

$28.00

15. $25.50

$59.50

3

9

8. 3 __ x 5 __

8

11

1. 12: 75,000

2. 9: 4 pounds

3. 165: 130 million tons

4. 42: more than 100 years

5. 128: 2.5 million

6. 8: 8 million

1

7. 442: about __

3

8. 7: 250 million

55

19 __

63

9. Number 4

10. Number 6

Page 29 Flipping Fraction

Flapjacks!

7

4

1

__ = 3 __

1. __ x __ = 28

8

1

8

2

1

5

5

2

__ x __ = __ = 1 __

2.

3

1

3

3

1

8

8

__

x __ = __ = 2

3.

4

1

4

7

3

21

1

__

__

x

= __ = 5 __

4.

2

2

4

4

4

7

28

3

__

x __ = __ = 5 __

5.

5

1

5

5

16

3

__ = 2

6. __ x __ = 48

3

8

24

27

2

54

13

7. __ x __ = __ = 1 __

4

7

28

14

7

6

42

2

__

__

x

= __ = 4 __

8.

9

1

9

3

Page 30 Pass the Fractions,

Please!

1. 7

2. 5

3. 28

4. 8

5. 6

6. 6

There are 5 guests.

Covered

1. a = 20 sq. in.; p = 18 in.

2. a = 48 sq. in.; p = 28 in.

3. a = 56 sq. in.; p = 30 in.

4. a = 18 sq. in.; p = 22 in.

5. a = 30 sq. in.; p = 22 in.

6. a = 20 sq. in.; p = 24 in.

7. a = 6 sq. in.; p = 10 in.

8. a = 15 sq. in.; p = 16 in.

9. a = 18 sq. in.; p = 18 in.

10. a = 21 sq. in.; p = 20 in.

11. a = 33 sq. in.; p = 28 in.

12. a = 9 sq. in.; p = 12 in.

13. a = 6 sq. in.; p = 10 in.

14. a = 12 sq. in.; p = 14 in.

15. a = 8 sq. in.; p = 12 in.

Area = 320 sq. in.; perimeter = 72 in.

47

Answer Key

and Round

1. d = 4 ft.; r = 6 ft.; c = 12 pi;

a = 36 pi

2. d = 3 ft.; r = 1.5 ft.; c = 3 pi;

a = 2.25 pi

3. d = 20 in.; r = 10 in.;

c = 20 pi; a = 100 pi

4. d = 4 in.; r = 2 in.; c = 4 pi;

a = 4 pi

5. d = 2 in.; r = 1 in.; c = 2 pi;

a = 1 pi

6. d = 5 in.; r = 2.5 in.; c = 5 pi;

a = 6.25 pi

7. d = 6 ft.; r = 3 ft.; c = 6 pi;

a = 9 pi

Page 36 Pooch Pools

1. Area of rectangle = 21 sq. ft.

Area of square = 9 sq. ft.

Area of triangle = 6 ft.

Total area = 36 sq. ft.

2. Area of triangle = 24 sq. ft.

Area of rectangle = 32 sq. ft

Area of square = 36 sq. ft.

Total area = 92 sq. ft.

Page 37 Tornado Time

1. F-2

2. a. 206 mph b. 158 mph

3. a. F-1 b. 112 mph

4. a. When winds reach 50 mph.

b. F-0; c. F-1

48

d. 95 mph from its initial speed

of 62

Page 38 Touchdown Math!

Game 1: Knights 12; Rockets 14

Winners: Rockets

Game 2: Eagles 15; Stars 21

Winners: Stars

Game 3: Sharks 23; Tanks 24

Winners: Tanks

Game 4: Bears 29; Kings 38

Winners: Kings

Game 5: Mustangs 28; Lions 27

Winners: Mustangs

Page 39 First-Rate Math

Luis the Lapper = .042 miles per

second

Speedy Sam = .094 miles per

second

Cruisin' Carol = .08 miles per

second

Debbie Dragster = .05 miles per

second

First Place: Luis

Second Place: Debbie

Third Place: Carol

Fourth Place: Sam

1. 90 meters

2. a. yes; b. 7 miles per hour

faster than the limit; c. 11.2

3. a. Drake; b. about 5.5 inches;

c. about 14 centimeters

4. a. gain; b. He weighs about 9.8

pounds more. c. He weighs

about 4.5 kilograms more.

5. 9 kilograms for $20

(Explain that some answers may

vary slightly due to rounding.)

Page 43 Putting it All

Together: Word Problems

1. a.

1

__

b. 86%

7

2. 25%

7

8

__

3. a. 6 __ cups; b. 8 15

__ cups

cups; c. 10 21

16

32

per can

5. a. 750 square feet;

b. 50 gallons

3

6. a. __

; b. 37.5%; c. 12.5%;

8

d. $306.25

Page 40 Bugging Out

With Scale

1. 150 inches

2. 372.45 inches

3. a. 249.6 inches

b. 268.8 inches

4. 375 inches

5. a. 625 inches b. 750 inches

6. a. 2.2 inches b. 3.7 inches

Page 41 Soda Pop

Proportions

1. 46.25 ounces

2. 46.2 ounces

3. 79.5 ounces

4. 15.75 ounces

5. 124.8 ounces

6. 83.3 ounces

7. 348.4 ounces

8. 206.4 ounces

1. a. 600 feet; b. 1.44 inches

2. a. 17%; b. 136.36 kilograms;

c. 159.1 kilograms

3. a. 21 b. about 880

4. a. 64 mph; b. 58 mph;

c. 61 miles; d. 61 mph

5. a. 9 hours, 15 minutes;

b. 3 hours, 30 minutes,

54 seconds

Job!

1. triangle = 25 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 100 sq. ft.

2. triangle = 48 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 192 sq. ft.

3. triangle = 22 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 88 sq. ft.

4. triangle = 42 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 168 sq. ft.

5. triangle = 28 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 112 sq. ft.

6. triangle = 14 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 56 sq. ft.

7. triangle = 27 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 108 sq. ft.

8. triangle = 78 sq. ft.;

pyramid = 312 sq. ft.

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