working with Percent

Exponents

Order of Operations

Solve

Percents/ Ratios

GCF/LCM

100

What is 40% of 80?

32

100

When you see the following expression, what is the big number called and what is the little number on top of it called?

2^{4}

100

Simplify the following expression:

100

x - 5x = 64

What is x = -16

100

10% of 86

8.6

100

Find the GCF of 18 and 9

9

200

What is 75% of 92?

69

200

How can you rewrite 9^{2 }in expanded form?

What is 9x9?

200

Simplify the following expression:

200

-0.3m = -12

What is 40?

200

If 12 pencils cost $15. How much does 24 pencils cost?

$30

200

Find the LCM of 6 and 5

30

300

How can you rewrite the following in exponential form?

7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7

What is 7^5?

300

3 + 4^{2} * (3 + 2)

What is 95?

300

2.5x = -60

What is -24

300

34% of 78

26.52

300

Find the GCF of 21 and 14

7

400

Terry bought a game for $60. He sold it at a markup price of 50% profit. How much he sold it for?

$90.

400

What is the value of:

8^{4}

400

What is 45?

400

x - (-3) = 5

What is 2

400

If I can walk 1.5 miles in 45 minutes, how many miles can I walk in an hour.

2 miles

400

Find the LCM of 10 and 12

60

500

The original price for a book is $30. It is on sale for 20% of $30. What is the sale price?

$24.

500

What is the value of:

2^{3} + 3^{2} - 4^{2}

500

What is 30?

500

x - 0.9x = 7

What is 70?

500

97% of 728

706.16

500

Find the GCF and LCM of:

36 and 24

GCF = 12

LCM = 72