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Title: Quarter 2 Test 3 Review


1
Quarter 2 Test 3 Review
  • Comparing Ordering Fractions
  • XXVIII. Decimals and Fractions
  • XXIX. Addition and Subtraction w/Fractions
    Mixed Numbers
  • Borrowing with Subtraction of MN
  • Multiplying Fractions, Mixed Numbers Whole
    Numbers
  • XXXII. Dividing Fractions, Mixed Numbers Whole
    Numbers

2
Review of Simplest Form
3
Add. Give the answer in simplest form.1) 15
5/6 18 2/3 2) 6 7/8 1 3/10 3) 5/6
7/8 2/3
Answers 1) 34 1/2 2) 8 7/40 3) 2
3/8
4
Subtract. Give the answer in simplest form.1)
10 2/5 - 4 1/6 2) 8 - 6 4/7 3) 5 7/10 - 3
1/2 4) 13 - 4 2/11 5) 4 7/10 - 2 9/10
Answers 1) 6 7/30 2) 1 3/7 3) 2 1/5
4) 8 9/11 5)
1 4/5
5
Write each as a fraction.1) 2 3/5 2) 7
3) 5 8/11
  • 1) 13/5 2) 7/1 3) 63/11

6
Multiply. Give the answer in simplest form.1)
2/5 x 5/6 2) 2 1/4 x 2 2/3 3) 20/35 x
21/24 x 15/30 4) 3 8/9 x 2 3/5
Answers 1) 1/3 2) 6 3) 1/4
4) 10 1/9
7
Compare. Use lt, gt or .1) 10/15 _____ 14/21
2) 7/8 ______ 4/53) 3/7 ______ 3/9
  • 1) 2) gt 3) gt

8
Divide. Give the answer in simplest form.1)
7/8 2 2) 3 1/3 1 5/123) 3 1/8
1 1/4 4) 2 4/5 1 5/7
This is a complex fraction. A complex fraction
has a fraction within a fraction. This simply
means division. Therefore, this problem can also
be written 3 1/3 1 5/12.
Answers 1) 7/16 2) 2 6/17 3) 2 1/2
4) 1 19/30
9
Write each fraction or mixed number as a
decimal. If it is a repeating decimal, use bar
notation. 1) 1/80 ______ 2)
13/20 ______ 3) 5 7/18 ______
4) 7 11/25 _______ 5) 4/15
______ 6) 13/9 ________
  • .0125 2) .65 3) 5. 38
  • 4) 7.44 5) .26 6) 1.44

10
Write each decimal as a fraction
or mixed number in simplest form.
1) .48 _____ 2) 4.125 ____
3) 3.85 _____ 4) .275 _____
5) .025 _____ 6) 7.44 ______
  • 1) 12/25 2) 4 1/8 3) 3 17/20
  • 4) 11/40 5) 1/40 6) 7 11/25
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