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6th grade

5.62 ∙ 10⁴ =? 56,200
8∙ 10⁶ =? 8,000,000
5 2/5 + 2/5 =? 5 4/10
1 – 4/7 =? 3/7
11 9/14 - 8 1/7=? 3 1/2
4⁶ =? 4,000,000
Write using exponent’s:5∙5∙5∙5= 5⁴
Write using exponent’s: 7∙7∙7∙7= 7⁴
Simplify: 50/8 = 6 1/4
Write as an improper fraction: 3 3/4 = 15/4
What is the GCF of 2 and 100? = A. 2 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50 A.
Which of the fractions are equivalent? = A. 4/10 & 2/5 B. 8/16 & 4/16 C. 9/12 & 3/5 D. 3/10 & 11/33 A.
Sandy, Ben, and Kwan picked strawberries. Sandy picked 8/25 of their combined total of strawberries. Ben picked 7/25 of their strawberries. How much of the strawberries did Kwan pick? = 2/5 of the strawberries
During this year’s football throwing contest, John threw the ball 49 2/3 ft. Sharon threw the ball 51 ft. Who threw the ball 153/3 ft.? Sharon
The hotel ordered an extra long rug for a hallway that is 123/2 ft. long. What is the rugs length in ft. and inches? Remember, 1 ft. is 112 inches. 61 ft and 6 inches
In a frog jumping contest, Jim’s frog hopped 2 1/3 ft. Matthews’s frog hopped 1 2/3 ft. Whose frog jumped 7/3 ft.? Jims
A recipe calls for 1/2 cup of sugar and 4/8 cup of flour. Does the recipe use more sugar than flour? Explain. No because 4/8 is simplified to 1/2
What is 1.2 ∙ 10⁵ in standard form? 120,000
What is 6 ∙ 10⁶ in standard form? 6,000,000
A recipe that serves 6 requires 9 cups of milk. How much milk is needed for each serving? 1.5 cups