Fraction Operations
Decimal Operations
Whole Numbers, Integers, Rational Numbers
Compare and Order Rational Numbers
Order of Operations
100
From a rope 11 m long, two pieces of lengths 13/5 m and 33/10 m are cut off. What is the length of the remaining rope?
5 1/10 m
100
The snowfall in Rochester, NY in the winter of 2014-2015 was 91.9 inches. Normal snowfall is about 76 inches per winter. How much snow fell per month during the three months of winter in 2014-2015 than is normal?
5.3 in
100
Which one of the following numbers is not rational? a. 3/5 b. 1 1/4 c. 2 d. 3.14159...
D
100
Write the following rational numbers in order from greatest to least: 5/6, 0.71, 8/9, .701, 11/12
11/12, 8/9, 5/6, .71, .701
100

52 • (2.4 + 7.6)

250

200
Rita had \$300. She spent 1/3 of her money on notebooks and 1/4 of the remainder on stationery items. How much money is left with her?
\$150
200
Patricia has \$425.82 in her checking account. How much does she have in her account after she makes a deposit of \$120.75 and wrote three checks each worth \$61.90 for her water bill?
\$360.87
200
Which situation is most likely represented by a rational number that is not a whole number? a. elevation of a mountain b. depth of a submarine c. number of wins the Cowboys will have this year d. percentage that rain in next 6 months
B
200
Identify the two largest rational numbers in the following set of numbers: 2/50, 0.992, 3/25, 1/22 , .083
0.992 & 3/25
200

8 + 42 ÷ (7/2 - 2)

18 2/3

300

DAILY DOUBLE

A kindergarten class is making clay animals for a play. The teacher has 2 3/4 gallons of clay. Each child needs 1/16 of a gallon to make an animal. How many children can make a clay animal?

44 children

300

DAILY DOUBLE

Carpeting costs \$9.99 a yard. If Jan buys 17.4 yards, how much will it cost her? (Round your answer to the nearest hundredth)

\$173.83

300
Classify the following numbers as whole, integer, and/or rational numbers. 0
Whole Integer Rational
300
Place the following five numbers in order from least to greatest. What number is the middle number? 0.098, 8/13, 0.727, 12/17, 1/6
8/13
300

0.6 • (33 – 6.3)

12.42

400
Travis painted for 6 and 2/3 hours. He received \$27 an hour for his work. How much was Travis paid for doing this painting job?
\$180
400

DAILY DOUBLE

Brad studied a total of 24.4 hours over a period of 3.5 days. On average, how many full hours did Brad study each day?

7 hours

400
Classify the following numbers as whole, integer, and/or rational numbers. - 24/8
Integer Rational
400

DAILY DOUBLE

Four frozen dinners had the following amounts of vegetables: 7/10, 0.6, 18/25, .64. Order the list from least to greatest?

.6, .64, 7/10, 18/25

400

DAILY DOUBLE

6 – 7/3 ÷ (1/3 + 2)2

5 4/7

500

DAILY DOUBLE

Emma bought 2 and 1/2 yards of cording for the trim around the edge of a square pillow. How much will she use for each side of the pillow?

5/8 yd

500
Rick's car gets 29.7 miles per gallon on the highway. If his fuel tank holds 10.45 gallons, then how far can he travel on one full tank of gas?
310.365 miles
500

DAILY DOUBLE

Classify the following numbers as whole, integer, and/or rational numbers. 5 3/5

Rational

500

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23.501 _____ 23.510

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500

DAILY DOUBLE

52 • (2.4 + 7.6)

250