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17a) ÷ 5 17b) ¾ ÷ 2 18. Nicole has used 6 feet of ribbon. This represents 3/8 of the total amount of ribbon she started with. How much ribbon did Nicole have at the start? Draw a picture to help you think. Ans. _____________________________
19. How many quarter hours are in 5 hours? Ans ____________________________ For # 20, and #21, see Big Book Lesson 2.7 for help20. Draw a model that shows 2/5 ÷ 1/3. Find the answer as well. Ans___________________ 21. Draw a model that shows 3/4 ÷ 1/2. Find the answer as well. Ans ____________________ 22. Find Each sum or difference for the following mixed number problems. You may use fraction arithmetic or decimal arithmetic. Show your work.
23. Krego earns $2,456.75 every month. He also earns an extra $4.75 every time he sells a new gym membership. Last month, Krego sold 32 new gym memberships. How much money did Krego earn last month? Show your work.Ans ____________________ 24. Asian purchased 3.5 lb. of his favorite mixture of dried fruits to use in a trail mix. The total cost was $16.87. How much did the fruit cost per pound? Show your work. Ans ____________________
25. 118.4 ÷ 6.4 Ans ______________________ Show your work. 26. 314.944 ÷ 3.7 Ans ______________________ Show your work. 27. 1,840.5072 ÷ 23.56 Ans ______________________ Show your work. 28. Without solving, tell whether each sum or product is even or odd. Explain your reasoning.
a) 42 + 14 = b) 36 + 27 = c) 16 + 72= d) 44 + 33= 30. Juanita and Samuel are planning a pizza party. They order a rectangular sheet pizza which measures 21 inches by 36 inches. They tell the pizza maker not to cut it because they want to cut it themselves. a. All pieces of pizza must be square with none left over. What is the length of the side of the largest square pieces into which Juanita and Samuel can cut the pizza? ans _______________ b. How many pieces of this size will there be? ans.______________ Make a sketch to help you think. Show your work.
31.Will the opposite of a number always, sometimes, or never be greater than the number itself? Explain your reasoning. Provide an example to support your reasoning. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________
32.Mark the integers on the thermometer that correspond to the temperatures given. Draw a line on the thermometer, and write the measurement next to it.
33.A credit of $35 and a debit of $40 are applied to your bank account. a.What integer represents “a credit of $35” if zero represents the original balance?

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