Name:_____________________________________ Date: _____________________ Solve the next math problems. Be organized and use pencil. 1. Order these fractions from least to greatest ½, 4/9, 2/7, ¼, 7/20 2. Lou has 54 tokens, David has 67, Collin has 349, Amelia has 24, and Anna has 525. How many tokens do they have all together? Show all your work, operations, and solutions Find GCF: greatest common factor LCM: Least common multiple: 3. GCF (75, 30) 4. LCM (24, 72) Use any model or strategy to solve problems. 5. Betty has 24 pages of homework. She finished 2/3 of her assignment. How many pages did she finish? How many does she have left? Number sentence: _____________ Your answer: ______________ 6. A room measures 9 ½ feet by 12 1/3 feet. What´s the area of the room? Number sentence: _____________ Your answer: ______________ Decimals and zero. Show the following numbers in expanded form as sum of multiplication 7. 6,400 = 8. 0.350 = 9. 97 = Decimals. Circle the numbers that are equivalent 10. 3 3.1 11. 1.2 1.02 30 1.20 3.0 1.200 Solve the next percentages problems (2 points each): 12. 15% of 250 apples are bad. How many apples are bad? 13. A bike is reduced 25% in price in a sale. The old price was $140. Find the new price. 14. Find an equivalent fractions 15. 5/2 * 2/4= 16. 4/13 ÷ 5/7 = 17. 20 - 7 * 3 = 18. 92 * 57= 19. |24| + |10| = 20. 94,300 + 6,100 = 21. 6,723 / 18 = ¾= 22. 72.6 – 64.515 = 23. 16 + 14 / 7 = 24. 25 ÷ ¼ - 10 = 25. 20% of h is 140; h = 26. Rewrite in exponential notation: 9 * 9 * 9 =