Jose is selling peanuts at the carnival. The original bag he purchased weighs 8 pounds. If each bag he plans on selling will weigh 2 pounds, how many full 2lb bags can he sell?
4 bags
16 bags
6 bags
2 bags
2. Multiple Choice
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3. Multiple Choice
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A rational number can be written as a fraction.
True
False
4. Multiple Choice
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⅗+(−⅕)=
⅖
−⅖
⅘
5. Multiple Choice
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Round to the nearest ten: 37
10
20
30
40
6. Multiple Choice
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Round 18 to the nearest ten.
20
10
30
7. Multiple Choice
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Round 87 to the nearest ten.
90
80
100
8. Multiple Choice
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4.2 + 3.5
.077
7.7
77
Not Given
9. Multiple Choice
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3.5 +8.6
10.4
11.1
12.1
9.4
10. Multiple Choice
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Is this a correct answer?
Yes, the student correctly added.
No, you cannot add unlike denominators
No, 5 + 7 is not 12
No, 2 + 3 is not 5
11. Multiple Choice
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What is the the next step to finding this answer?
Add the numerators (1+1=2)
Multiply 12 X 1 for both fractions to find a new numerator
Multiply to find each new numerator by the multiple used to get 12. (3 X1) (4 X 1)
This is a mistake, you don't need to convert to twelfths
12. Multiple Choice
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Solve this equation using the least common denominator. ¼ + ½
3/4
2/8
6/4
6/8
13. Multiple Choice
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Yao drank ^{11 }/_{4 }bottles of water during a soccer game. What is the number expressed as a mixed number?
3 ^{1}/_{4}
2 ^{3}/_{4}
2 ^{1}/_{2}
2 ^{1}/_{4}
14. Multiple Choice
1 minute
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add these fractions
6/6
6/12
5/6
6/36
15. Multiple Choice
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What is the first step in solving this problem? ⅘ + ½ =
Add the top parts of the fraction
Rewrite the fractions in the simplest form.
Find a common denominator.
Make each fraction into an improper faction.
16. Multiple Choice
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The number on the top of a fraction is called what?
numerator
denominator
fractionator
equivalent
17. Multiple Choice
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A construction company is digging a pit to build the foundation of a house. At the end of the first day, the company had hauled away 1/6 of a truckload of dirt. On the second day, they hauled away 2/6 of a truckload. How many truckloads did they haul away in all?