1.) 68.7 x .63 =

2.) 3 x 1 + 6 x 1/100 + 1 x 1/1000 =

3.) Round 56.783 to the nearest hundredth

4.) .9 divided by 3 =

5.) 2/4 + 1/8 =

6.) 6/8 - 1/2 =

7.) 2/3 of 9 =

8.) 3/4 x 10 =

Please complete the problems below. I have attached a link to model each one of these. I have also given a quick explanation on how to complete each set as well.

For problems 1-3, it is asking you to find a fraction of the whole. Basically you would divide the whole by the denominator. If you are looking at number 1, you would split up 18 evenly among 3 groups. Therefore, each group would have 6. Then you will look at the numerator (which is 2) and count up how many are in 2 groups. Your answer should be 12.

*These are the same thing as multiplying fractions. Number one could also be solved by doing 2/3 x 18.

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1.) 2/3 of 18 = __________________

2.) 1/4 of 12 = __________________

3.) 3/4 of 16 = __________________

For problems 4-6, you can simply multiply the fractions. In number 4, you would do 3/5 x 20/1. You would multiply 3 x 20 and get 60. Then, you would multiply 5 x 1 and get 5. Your answer in a fraction form would be 60/5. You would then convert it to make a whole number (ask yourself how many times 5 will go into 60). Your final answer will be 12.

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4.) 3/5 x 20 = __________________

5.) 1/2 x 30 = __________________

6.) 2/3 x 6 = ___________________

For problems 7-9, you need to look at the units to understand what you will be multiplying by. When looking at problem number 7, you see it wants to see how many months are in 1/4 of a year. All you need to know is that there are 12 months in a year. Then you will multiply 1/4 x 12 and get 3. Your final answer will be that there are 3 months in 1/4 of a year.

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7.) 1/4 yr = _____________________ months

8.) 1/3 yard = ___________________ inches

9.) 3/4 lb (pound) = ________________ ounces

*If you forgot how to complete these problems, please check out the link below to see an example.

Please draw a picture to show the division. Express your answer as a fraction.

1.) 9 divided by 2 =

2.) 2 divided by 3 =

3.) 8 divided by 7 =

4.) 14 divided by 3 =

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Answer the following questions however you would like.

5.) Ashley donated 16 pounds of hash browns to each of the 6 classrooms in 5th grade equally. How many pounds of hash browns did each classroom get?

6.) If 4 of the classes combined their hash browns together, how many pounds would that be?

7.) If Julius brings in a 30 foot fruit roll up and shares it with 3 people equally (he will also be getting an equal amount), how many feet of fruit roll up will each student get? Write the answer in a fraction and a decimal.