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frankisme
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1its sometimes because a rational number can also be real the same with an interger

AudreyHepburn_1996
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Find the product. Simplify. 1. three over fourteen of ten over nine (1 point) fifteen over fortytwo five over twentyone twosevenths fivesixths 2. You are making scarves for presents. Each scarf needs threefourthsyd of fabric. How many yards of fabric do you need for 6 scarves? (1 point) 9onethird yd 4onehalf yd 8 yd 5onefourth yd Find the product. 3. 2onehalf × 1onehalf (1 point) 2onefourth 2 3threefourths 4 4. Evaluate fourfifthsx for x = 7. (1 point) 28 5onefifth 5threefifths twentyfour over five 5. A gallon of water weighs 8onethird lb. How much does 1onefifth gallon of water weigh? (1 point) 12 lb 8one over fifteen lb 10 lb 11onehalf Find the quotient. 6. 6 ÷ onefifth (1 point) 1onefifth onefifth five over thirtysix 30 7. five over twentyeight ÷ oneseventh (1 point) 1onefourth fourfifths five over one hundred nintysix four over twentyone 8. 6twosevenths ÷ 2threefourths (1 point) 2twosevenths 17twosevenths 2sixelevenths sevensixteenths 9. Paige spends 1 hour on her homework. She spends equal amounts of time on all subjects. If Paige spends onehalf hour on Spanish, how many subjects does she study? (1 point) 2 subjects 4 subjects 1 subject 3 subjects Note: This item has been reviewed and is scheduled to be updated. All students will receive full credit for any response to the following. Find the number that completes the equation. 10. blank over two =four over twelve (1 point) twofifths 2 5 onethird 11. You have 2twothirds cups of dried fruit to divide evenly among 3 children. How many cups of fruit will each child receive? (1 point) sevenninths ninesevenths eightninths nineeighths Solve the equation. Check the solution. 12. t over thirtytwo = 17 (1 point) 534 544 554 564 13. 2onethirdx = 7seveneighths (1 point) 3threeeighths 3onehalf 3fiveeighths 4onefourth 14. It took 12 gallons of gas to fill the tank of the family car. This is fivesixths of the amount the tank can hold. How much gas does the tank hold? (1 point) 10 gallons 14twofifths gallons 12fivesixths gallons 13fivesixths gallons 15. In a math question, Magda correctly answered a question that asked for a typical measure of orange juice in a full familysize jug. Which was her answer? (1 point) 2 cups 1 gal 10 gal 10 fl oz 16. Which would you most likely measure using inches? (1 point) width of a road length of a hallway length of your nose distance to the moon Complete the statement. 17. 4 c = pt (1 point) 2 1 8 16 18. 7threefifths ft = yd (1 point) 15onefifth 3fourfifths 2eight over fifteen 22fourfifths 19. Subtract 5 ft 3 in. – 2 ft 8 in. (1 point) 3 ft 7 in. 3 ft 5 in. 2 ft 7 in. 2 ft 5 in. 20. A recipe calls for 1onefourth cups of sugar. You want to triple your recipe. How many cups of sugar do you need? (1 point) 2 3onefourth 3threefourths 4threefourths Short Answer Note: Your teacher will grade your response to ensure you receive proper credit for your answer. 21. A recipe calls for 4 pounds of fruit. You have 60 ounces of fruit. a. Do you have as much fruit as you need? b. If not, how much more or less fruit do you need? (2 points) 22. WorkPad Note: For questions 22–23, remember to show all of the steps that you use to solve the problem. You can use the comments field to explain your work. Your teacher will review each step of your response to ensure you recieve proper credit for your answer. You buy clothing at a sale. You buy a sweater at seventenths of its original price of $35. Answer each question and show all your work. a. How much money did you spend? b. How much money did you save? c. What fraction of the total original price did you save? (3 points) 23. You are wrapping boxes for a fundraiser. You have 80 large boxes. You need 2threefourths feet of ribbon for each large box. Each roll of ribbon has 50 feet of ribbon. a. Estimate the number of rolls of ribbon you will need. Show your work and justify your estimate. b. Find the exact number of feet of ribbon you will need. Show your work. c. Find the number of rolls of ribbon you will need to buy. Does it differ from your estimate? Explain why or why not. (3 points)
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