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Rivendell 6th Grade Math Review

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15 - 3 x 2 =
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15 - 3 x 2 =
9
65 x 65 =
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65 x 65 =
4,225
If g - 14 = 18, then g = ?
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If g - 14 = 18, then g = ?
g = 32
If x/3 = 8, then x = ?
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If x/3 = 8, then x = ?
x = 24
Which is the greater number 4^3 or 8(3+4)
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Which is the greater number 4^3 or 8(3+4)
4^3
1/4 = ________%
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1/4 = ________%
25%
1/7 x 1/8 =
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1/7 x 1/8 =
1/56
1/2 + 5/8 x 1/2 =
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1/2 + 5/8 x 1/2 =
13/16-
-1/2 - 1/3 =
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-1/2 - 1/3 =
-5/6
16/3 divided by 2 1/4 = (give the answer and explain what you did to get your answer)
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16/3 divided by 2 1/4 = (give the answer and explain what you did to get your answer)
2 10/27, first you change 2 1/4 to an improper fraction (9/4), then you multiply 16/3 by its reciprocal (4/9). Multiply across and put your answer back into a mixed number in simplest form.
Name two methods you could potentially use to solve a proportion problem.
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Name two methods you could potentially use to solve a proportion problem.
Equivalent fractions and Cross products
Is this true or false 8/12 = 2/3, explain using cross products.
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Is this true or false 8/12 = 2/3, explain using cross products.
true 8 x 3 = 24, 2 x 12 = 24 so they are equalSol
Solve for x, 4/7 = 16/x
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Solve for x, 4/7 = 16/x
x = 28
There are 150 calories in 3 pancakes. How many calories are there in 5 pancakes?
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There are 150 calories in 3 pancakes. How many calories are there in 5 pancakes?
250 Calories
If you can drive 135 miles in 3 hours, how long will it take you to drive 315 miles?
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If you can drive 135 miles in 3 hours, how long will it take you to drive 315 miles?
7 hours
The probability of complimentary events adds up to ______?
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The probability of complimentary events adds up to ______?
1
There are 3 blue, 5 red and 4 green marbles in a bag. If marbles are chosen on at a time
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There are 3 blue, 5 red and 4 green marbles in a bag. If marbles are chosen on at a time

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