LCM

Fractions of a Whole Number

Absolute Value

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100

What is the LCM of 4 and 6?

12

100

At a restaurant, some friends decided to share 8 pizzas equally. If they ate 3/4 of each pizza, how much pizza did they eat?

6

100

What is the absolute value of -5?

5

100

How much would you save if a pair of shoes originally cost $80 and is on sale for 20% off?

$16

200

What is the LCM of 9 and 12?

36

200

A group of friends went to a restaurant for a treat. They ordered 4 plates of french fries. 2/3 of each plate of fries was eaten. How many french fries did they have in total?

2 2/3

200

What is the absolute value of -9?

9

200

What is the price if a shirt is originally $30 and is now on sale for 40% off?

$18

300

What is the LCM of 10 and 15?

30

300

There are children at a birthday party. They want to eat ice cream cones. There are seven flavors of ice cream. 4/5 of each ice cream flavor is eaten. How much ice cream is left?

5 3/5

300

What is the absolute value of -2/3?

2/3

300

What is the price if a toy is originally $50 and is now on sale for 35% off?

$32.50

400

What is the LCM of 3 and 7?

21

400

There are 10 different types of pizza. If ¾ of each pizza is eaten, how many slices are left?

7 1/2

400

Write an absolute value that represents having a bank account that is negative $68.

|-68|

400

Mike saved 15% of his allowance to buy a video game at the mall. If his allowance is $40, how much money did he save for the video game?

$6

500

What is the LCM of 8 and 12?

24

500

A family went to a restaurant. They ordered 4 different desserts. They ate 1/4 of each dessert. How much total dessert was eaten?

1

500

Write an absolute value that represents being 457 feet below sea level.

|-457|

500

A snack kiosk at the mall sells pretzels for $2 each. If they decide to increase the price by 25%, what will be the new price of a pretzel?

$2.5