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Fractions

Math Vocab

Word Problems

Multiplication & Division

100

Which is greater: 78/5 or 9 1/2

78/5

100

Find the sum of 6 1/6 and 5 2/3

11 3/6 or 11 1/2

100

7 x 3=21. The answer to this multiplication problem, 21, is referred to as the ___________.

product

100

DJ and Alex collect baseball cards. Alex has 115 cards. If Alex has 5 times as many cards as DJ, how many cards does DJ have?

23 baseball cards

100

What is the product of 15 and 17?

255

200

What is the quotient if the dividend in 312 and the divisor is 4?

78

200

Order the following from greatest to least:

1 ⅕, ⅞, 1 ½, ⅘, 2 ¼

2 ¼, 1 ½, 1 ⅕, ⅞, ⅘

200

Sharon spent $6.37 on coffee and a donut. Matthew spent $10.75 on a sandwich and fries. *About* how much money did they spend in total? About $17.

The word *about *implies that you must ___________ the answer.

estimate

200

The total cost of Sophie's grocery bill was $257 She spent $58 on produce. $28 on meat and fish. She spent the rest on snacks and candy. How much money did she spend on snacks and candy?

$171

200

Heidi's dog weighs 15 pounds. Thomas' dog weighs triple the amount of Heidi's dog. How much do both dogs weigh altogether?

60 pounds

300

What is the least common multiple of 7 and 6

42

300

Which is greater: 27/4 or 6 ⅓

27/4

300

The answer to a subtraction problem is referred to as the _____________.

difference

300

Krispy Kreme sold 437 donuts during the breakfast rush. If each box sold had 12 donuts in it, how many boxes of donuts were sold? How many donuts were leftover?

36 donuts per box. 5 donuts were leftover.

300

What is the quotient if the dividend in 853 and the divisor is 9? (make sure you include the remainder)

94 R7

400

What is the standard form of this number:

thirty-nine million, four hundred seventy-six thousand, two

39,476,002

400

What is the difference between 4 ¾ and 2½ ?

2 ¼

400

Carol has 35 pencils. She needs to separate her pencils in to 5 equal groups.

The word *separate *implies that we would use __________ to solve this problem.

division

400

Matthew has 37 jolly ranchers. Jason has three times as many as Matthew. Kelly have 15 less than Jason. How many jolly ranchers does Kelly have?

96 jolly ranchers

400

Lucas has 44 cookies. He wants to share them equally between himself and four friends. How many cookies will each person get? How many cookies will be leftover?

Each person will get 8 cookies. There will 4 cookies leftover.

500

What is the sum of 2 3/4 and 3 1/3

6 1/12

500

Jada ate 3/8 of a pizza. Karam ate 1/2 of that same pizza. How much of the pizza is left?

1/8 of the pizza

500

2/4 and 3/6 are *equivalent* fractions.

What does *equivalent* mean?

The fractions are the same value but have different numerators & denominators

500

Allison ran 10 ½ miles last week. This week, she ran 12 ⅗. How many more miles did she run this week than last week?

2 1/10 more miles

500

Kaitlin has 28 lollipops. Andrea has four times as many lollipops as Kaitlin. Chelsea has half as many as Andrea. How many lollipops does each girl have?

Kaitlin has 28 lollipops, Andrea has 112 lollipops, Chelsea has 56 lollipops