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real-world problems

100

227 X 3

681

100

write 5 cubed in exponential form

(teacher graded)

100

234 X 75

17,550

100

solve 4 cubed

What is 64

100

If Lisa travels an average of 64 miles per hour, how far will she go if she drives for 4 hours.

256 miles

200

459 X 4

1,836

200

write 6 squared in exponential form

(teacher graded)

200

154 X 35

5,390

200

solve 3 cubed

What is 27

200

a fabric store sells cotton for $6 per yard. Tyrone will need 32 yards to redecorate his home. How much will he pay for the fabric?

$192

300

552 X 6

3,312

300

write 6 to the fourth power in expanded form

6 X 6 X 6 X 6

300

483 X 57

27,531

300

solve 5 cubed

What is 125

300

$36 for a small cake
$46 for a medium cake
$56 for a large cake
The baker sold 17 small, 11 medium, and 20 large sheet cakes in one week. How much money did the baker make that week from cakes?

$2,238

400

705 X 9

6,645

400

write 2 cubed in standard form

8

400

628 X 33

20,724

400

6 cubed

What is 216

400

At a baseball game there were 37 rows of bleachers, there were 28 people sitting in each row. How many people were in the 37 rows of bleachers?

1,036

500

826 X 3

2,478

500

write 7 to the seventh power in expanded form

7 X 7 X 7 X 7 X 7 X 7 X 7

500

282 X 19

5,358

500

8 cubed

What is 512

500

Sharon is building a rectangular patio. The patio will be 18 bricks wide and 29 bricks long. She has 500 bricks. Does she have enough bricks to build the patio? Exlpain and show your work.

No, because 18 X 29 = 522, she will be short 22 bricks.

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