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explain each one. Do not change each
fraction to an improper fraction . NC Page 1 14) Estimate the sum or difference to the nearest
whole number. NC
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a. 12 + 10 + 8
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15) Change to a mixed number in lowest terms.
NC
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a.
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b. 38
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12 in., and 10 in., are cut from a 48 in. piece
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of ribbon. How much remains? NC
21) There are forty students in a mathematics
class. One fourth of the students are math
majors, one eight are economics majors, and
two fifths are science majors. The remainder
of the class are education majors. One  third of
the education majors are seniors. How many
of the education majors are seniors? What
fractional part of the total class are seniors who
are education majors? NC
22) Find the area and perimeter of a square with
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side of length 1 in. NC
8 16) Change to an improper fraction in lowest
terms. NC
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a. 3
7
b. 1
20) Three pieces of ribbon of lengths 15 in., 2 5
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17) Find the multiplicative inverse of , 3 , and
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 5 .
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18) Find the additive inverse of 4 .
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19) One fourth of the expected tomato crop was
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destroyed by drought and...
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