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5th Grade Math
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100

(101 + 9.72) - (16.99 - 3.72)=Z

Z=6.45

100

186 divided by 12 

15.5

100

How many equal sides are in a scalene triangle?

Answer - Zero, a Scalene triangle has no equal sides.

100

2.90 + 6.19=Q

Q=9.09

100

If Shelia and 8 friends are at her house and Shelia 810 mini cookies how many cookies would each person get? 

Answer - 90 cookies each.

200

(105 x 10) + (7x45) - (30 x 7) =N

N=1,000,105

200

99.69 divided by 3

33.23

200

How many names does a square have?

5

Quad, Parallelogram, Rhombus, Rectangle, Square

200

9.95 - 8.99=J

J=0.96

200

Their is 1/10 of a cookie left and there are 4 people wanting a piece, how much of a cookie would each person get.

Answer - 1/40 of the piece of cookie.

300

(40,000 x 2) +(107 x 7) = M

M = 70,080,000

300

970 divided by 50

19.4

300

How many pints are in 3 gallons?

Answer - 24 pints

300

(2.74 + 12.92) - (7.99 + 6.99) =E             

E=0.68

300

Mrs. Johnson had 40/8 of a pizza, and her kids ate 27/8 of the pizza, how much pizza is left?

Answer - 15/8  of the pizza

400

100,000- (10x 2) + (1,000+74) = J

J = 99,074

400

(72 divided by 9)-(40 divided by 5)+132-(200 divided by 5)

92

400

896 x 73 

65,408

400

97.734 x 3.75 =A

A=366.5025

400

Mr. Dill ordered 128/17 in cakes one morning. Mr. Dill`s kids ate 72/17 of the cake. How much cake is left? 

Answer - 35/17 of the cakes are leftover.

500

(22,000 + 9.07) - (2,000 + 6,107) = Q

Q = 13,902.07

500

1504 divided by 16

94

500

A rectangular prism has the length of 13 cm, a width of 73 cm, and a height of 103 cm. What would be the volume of the prism?

Answer - 97,747 cm cubed  

500

                            Daily Double

                    3672.41 x 261.72 =K 

Use paper not dry erase board!

K=961143.1452

500

John has 227 pairs of socks on Tuesday. Jake (his brother) has twice as many pairs of socks. John`s sock collection triples every day. How many pairs of socks would John have on Wednesday?                             

Answer - 681 pairs of socks.

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