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Steven R MathProject

Mrs. Williams Math Project Questions for the 1st semester

126+18 times (3 times 14)+816+18 to the 3rd power 7,530
Find the pattern in 98, 120, 142, 164, 186, 208 +22
Use front-end estimation in 368.42-18.69421 387
An elephant’s trunk is 2.46 meters long. How many millimeters is the elephant’s trunk? 2,460 millimeters long
Are 53 and 67 prime or composite? Prime
Find the prime factorization of 426 71 times 3 times 2
Find the GCF of 240 and 36 12
What is 240/480 in simplest form? 1/2
Can 37/53 be simplified yes or no? No
Change 46 4/9 into an improper fraction 418/9
Change 23/7 into a mixed number in simplest form 3 2/7
24/36-12/36 in simplest form 1/3
18 times 9/16 in simplest form 10 1/8
2/4 times 8/10 in simplest form 2/5
3/4 times 6/12 in simplest form 7 3/8
Are 20/40 and 40/20 reciprocals yes or no? Yes
What is the LCM of 840 and 212? 44,520
What is the LCD of 20/52 and 15/26? 26
3 4/24-1 2/1 in simplest form 2
8 6/12+8 4/6 in simplest form 17 1/6
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