September 1st Assignment

1.) 24.89 divided by 100 = _________________________

2.) 64.758 X 1,000 = ____________________________

3.) _________________ X .007 = 7

Write the following numbers in Decimal Expanded Form

4.) 6.865

5.) 6.12

Write the following numbers in Fraction Expanded Form

6.) 4.303

7.) 1.002

Put the following numbers from least to greatest

8.) .7 1 .333 .53

September 2 Assignment

1.) 1.86 x 100 = ______________

Write in Decimal Expanded Form.

2.) 45.45

Write in Fraction Expanded Form.

3.) 300.003

4.) Complete the pattern.

700 , _________ , ____________ , .7 ,_______________

5.) Study your multiplication guide.

September 3rd Homework

Write as a decimal numeral (ex. Two and 2 tenths = 2.2).

1.) Three and twelve hundredths

2.) Seventy-six and seventy-six thousandths

Round the following to the nearest hundredth.

3.) 65.858

4.) 7.345

Write the following in fraction expanded form.

5.) 7.067

6.) 85.3

Write the following in decimal expanded form.

7.) 1.704

8.) 80.003

September 8th Homework

Put in order from least to greatest

5.) Two tenths, Four, Ninety-nine hundredths, Eighty-seven thousandths, One and one hundredth,

September 9th Homework

Put the numbers in order from greatest to least.

1.) sixty-seven thousandths, five tenths, eighteen hundredths, five hundredths, two and one thousandth

Write in fraction expanded form

2.) 34.073

Write in decimal expanded form

3.) 7.509

4.) 8.64 x 10 = ______________

5.) 653.87 divided by 100 = _________________

September 10th Homework

1.) 64.83 - .746 = _______________

2.) 69.3 x .94 = _______________

3.) 7.84 divided by 2.8 = ________________

4.) Put in order from least to greatest

.018 1.8 .02 1.1 .986

5.) 7 x 1 + 3 x (1/10) + 7 x (1/1000) = ____________________________

6.) 3 x 10 + 2 x .01 + 2 x .001 = ______________________________

Round to the nearest tenth

7.) 76.354

Write as a decimal numeral

8.) Sixty-seven and eighty-eight thousandths

9.) Five and thirty-three hundredths

Write in word form.

10.) 1.014

September 15 Quiz Review

September 15th Homework

1.) 675.85 divided by 100 = ____________________

Use <, >, or = .

2.) 2 x 100 + 3 x 1 + 6 x .01 _____________ 2 x 100 + 3 x 1 + 6 x 1/10

3.) 3 + 50/100 + 7/100 _________________ 3 + 5/10 + 7/100

Write the following as a decimal.

4.) Eight hundred six thousandths ____________________

5.) Eight hundred and six thousandths _____________________

6.) Write two numbers that fall in between .34 and .35. _____________ _______________

Round the following numbers to the nearest hundredth.

7.) 86.657 ________________________

8.) 45.699 ________________________

*There are bonus problems in the multiplying and dividing decimals section in the Eureka 1 Tab. This is not mandatory, but will help your team score!

September 16th Homework

You will be attempting to complete two-digit multiplication using partial products. At first, it may look confusing, but follow the steps and you will find that it is quite simple.

Step 1-You will multiply the 4 (in the ones column) with the 3 (in the ones column) and get 12.

Step 2-You will then multiply the 4 (in the ones column) with the 3 (in the tens column). Therefore 4 x 30, which would equal 120.

Step 3- Now you will multiply the 2 (in the tens column) with the 3 (in the ones column). Therefor 20 x 3, which would equal 60.

Step 4- Now you will multiply the 2 (in the tens column) with the 3 (in the tens column). Therefore 20 x 30, which would equal 600.

Step 5-In the last step, you will simply add up all of the numbers to get the total (which would be 792).

Please answer the following multiplication questions below exactly like the example above.

1.) 46 x 26 = _______________________

2.) 78 x 42 = _______________________

3.) 85 x 63 = ______________________

September 17th Homework

1.) 36 x 24 = __________________________

2.) 63 x 35 = _________________________

Put the following in order from least to greatest.

3.) three hundred seventy-eight thousandths, thirty-eight hundredths, three tenths, three hundred eighty-three thousandths, thirty-seven hundredths

4.) Carter in making a snake out of play dough. He currently has a snake that is .45 of a foot long. If he wants his snake to be exactly 1 foot long, how much more play dough does he need to add to what he already has?

5.) James is trying to bench press 20 pounds. In his last attempt, he lifted 15.5 pounds. How many more pounds does he need to lift to reach his goal of 20 pounds?

Weekend Work (Optional) Part 1

1.) Each day after school, Gavin works with mice to compete in sumo wrestling competitions. One of his requirements is to have them eat 24 meals a day. Each meal contains 95 calories. If the mice follow his meal plan for 10 days, how many calories will they consume?

2.) After school yesterday, Lyla rescued 2 fish from drowning. For whatever reason, she wanted to compare the mass of the two fish and placed them on a pan balance. Here are her results.

Fish A was .7 g

Fish B was .598 g.

Which fish had a greater mass?

How much greater?

*Lyla wanted everyone to know that the fish are resting peacefully in her bed and haven't moved since the rescue.

Part 2 (Weekend Work)

3.) Stephen decided that he wanted to raise chickens. He went to Publix and purchased 53 cartons of eggs. Each carton contained a dozen eggs. The first thing that he did when he got home was dump all the eggs into his bed. Then he sat on them to keep them warm until they hatched.

How many eggs did Stephen buy?

When he sat on the eggs, he felt a cooling sensation on his backside and decided to investigate. Sadly, 49 of the eggs cracked. How many of the eggs were not cracked?

Part 3 (Weekend Work)

4.) Carter stopped in the plumbing section of the Home Depot in search of a new toilet seat cushion. The prices varied according to the thickness of the cushion. After spending several hours, he still couldn't choose which one he liked so he bought 4 different ones.

Here are the different levels of thickness for each seat cover.

Seat Cover 1 ------1.67 inches thick

Seat Cover 2------1.499 inches thick

Seat Cover 3------4.44 inches thick

Seat Cover 4------.5 inches thick

If the seat cover thickness is rounded to the nearest whole inch for pricing, how much did he spend?

Pricing

1 inch thick---$12.50

2 inches thick-----$16.00

3 inches thick-------$22.75

4 inches thick-------$27.50

Weekend Work (Part 4)

Congratulations on making it to the last part of the weekend work. In this part, you will be completing one question from each of the following tabs under Eureka 1.

Adding and Subtracting Decimals Tab # 8 only

Comparing Decimals Tab # 8 only

Decimal Numerals #10 only

Expanded Form #7 only

Multiplying and Dividing Decimals #3 only

Rounding Decimals #5 only

Great Effort this weekend!

September 21st Homework

Write in standard form.

1.) Seventeen and two thousandths

Compare using <,>, or =.

2.) 73.21______________9.321

3.) 3.083_____________3.1

4.) 80_______________000080.

Round to the nearest tenth, hundredth, and thousandth.

5.) 76.368 _____________________

Put the following in order from least to greatest.

6.) nine hundredths, two tenths, fifty-seven thousandths, one and three tenths, one thousandth

7.) Which numbers will round to 3?

A.) 2.459

B.) 3.65

C.) 2.51

D.) 3.499

E.) 3.54

F.) 2.711