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1. Write the sum for the following: 47 Pipes +54 Pipes 101 Pipes 23 Windows +89 Windows 112 Windows 108 Receptacles + 97 Receptacles 205 Receptacles 2. Write the symbols that are used for the words inches, feet, square feet and square inches. Word Symbol Inches “ or in. Feet ‘ or ft. Square inches sq. in. or in.2 Square feet sq. ft. or ft.2 3. Fill in the answers to these math problems. Challenge yourself to perform the math computations without writing them out on paper Problem Product Problem Product 8 x 11 88 7x6 42 5x9 45 11 x 12 132 12 x 4 48 8x6 48 9x8 72 12 x 6 72 10 x 5 50 6x9 54 4. Dividing small whole numbers should be as easy as performing multiplication on small whole numbers. Fill in the answers to these math problems. Challenge yourself to perform the math computations without writing them out on paper. Problem 108 / 12 121 / 11 84/7 72 / 12 Quotient 9 11 12 6 5. What is a fraction? a. A mathematical notion describing non-whole numbers 6. What are the standard increments of measurement on a ruler? 1 a. 16 in. 7. Fill in the measurements below: 1 8 1 4 3 8 1 2 5 8 3 4 7 8 1 1 1 16 3 16 5 16 7 16 9 16 11 16 13 16 15 16 8. What the pizza example is demonstrating (write the appropriate fraction at each “pizza”? 3 4 5 8 24 32 20 32 6 8 10 16 9. What is an improper fraction? 9 a. A fraction that has a numerator bigger than the denominator ( 5 ) 10. What is a mixed number? 3 a. A fraction and a whole number together ( 4 5 ) 11. What is the key word in a word problem that would indicate that fractions will be multiplied? a. “By” 12. What must be done to a mixed number so that it is in a form that can be multiplied or divided? a. It must be converted to an improper fraction. Hundredths Thousandths Ten Thousandths Hundred Thousandths Millionths . Tenths 13. Enter the number one hundred forty-seven thousand five hundred thirty-two millionths into the chart below. Put each digit in the correct place value. 1 4 7 5 3 2 14. After multiplying numbers with decimal places, what must be done to put the decimal point at the correct place in the product (product = answer to a multiplication problem). a. Count the number of digits behind the decimal in both of the numbers you multiplied together and put that many numbers behind the decimal in the product. 15. What must be done if the product requires more decimal places than there are digits in the product? a. Add zeros in front of the numbers until enough decimal places are covered. 16. Which caused the decimal point to have to be moved in the division process a decimal point in the divisor or a decimal point in the dividend? a. Dividend 17. Convert the decimal 0.256 to a percent (hint you can have a decimal in percent notation). a. 25.6% 18. Using a calculator fill in the chart by finding the decimal equivalent for each fraction that is found on a standard construction ruler. 1/16 0.0625 1/8 0.125 3/16 0.1875 1/4 0.25 5/16 0.3125 3/8 0.375 7/16 0.4375 1/2 0.5 9/16 0.5625 5/8 0.625 11/16 0.6875 3/4 0.75 13/16 0.8125 7/8 0.875 15/16 0.9375 3 13 19. Multiply 8 by 16. Put your answer as a fraction. 39 a. 128 5 3 20. Multiply 216 by 15 4. Put your answer as a fraction. 27 a. 3664 1 5 21. Divide 2 by 16. Put your answer as a fraction. 3 a. 1 5 11 1 22. Divide 35 16 by 4 8. Put your answer as a fraction. 43 a. 8 66 23. Why is it important to learn about using the metric system of measurement? a. It is important to understand the metric system so you can communicate about measurements around the world