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Rounding

Fractions/Decimals

Multiplication/Division

Add/subtract

100

What does NFL stand for?

National Football League

100

What is 56 rounded to the nearest tens

60

100

What is 3/8 + 4/8 =

7/8

100

Solve

56 divided by 8

7

100

Janice and Makayla decided they wanted to babysit through the summer for some extra money. Janice earned $28 and Makayla earned $55 by the end of July. How much money did the girls earn altogether?

$83

200

Which animal cannot move their eyeballs?

Owls

200

What is 826 rounded to the nearest hundreds?

800

200

Write 5/10 in a decimal

.5

200

Solve.

56 x 6 =

336

200

Solve

744 - 421 =

323

300

What is the largest planet in our solar system?

Jupiter

300

What is 5,372 rounded to the nearest tens?

5,370

300

Write 9/100 in a decimal

.09

300

Solve

4,500 Divided by 9

500

300

Solve

9,005 - 3,228 =

5,777

400

What is the name of Simba's dad in the movie "The Lion King?"

Mufasa

400

What is 45,873 rounded to the nearest hundreds?

45,900

400

What is 7/10 + 20/100 =

90/100

400

Solve

72 X 23 =

1,656

400

Our 4th grade class collected $453 during our fundraiser. They sold candy at the soccer game and made $49. They spent $150 on their 4th grade Valentine's party. How much money do they have left for other 4th grade activities?

$352

500

What is the 12th book of the bible in the New Testament?

Colossians

500

Use rounding to find an estimated answer.

Stanley, Aaron, and Michael want to sell their toy cars in a garage sell. They want to use the money to go to the movies with some friends. Stanley has 445 toy cars in his bedroom. Aaron has 291 toy cars in his playroom. Michael has 66 toy cars under his bed and another 48 hidden in his mom's closet. ABOUT how many toy cars will the boys have to sell all together?

About 820 toy cars. (if rounding was done differently, may have gotten 860)

500

What is 60/100 + 7/10 =

1 30/100 (1 and 30/100)

Must convert improper fraction to mixed number

500

Solve

836 divided by 6

139 R 2

500

At the beginning of the year the school store had 450 T-shirts, 225 sweatshirts, and 325 hats for sale. By the end of the year they had sold 115 T-shirts, 105 sweatshirts, and 300 hats. Altogether how many T-shirts, sweatshirts, and hats were left in total?

480 T-shirts, sweatshirts, and hats altogether