
All of your work for this week and next week is posted. Please feel free to complete it early if you want.
Work forweek of 5/25/2020  5/29/2020 ALL WORK IS DUE BY 5/29/2020
Rounding  round all numbers to the place that is underlined. Remember that you use the number directly behind the underlined number toknow if you round up or stay the same. 5 or above, give it a shove, 4 or below, let it go.
Example: 5678 this means you round to the nearest tens place since 7 is in the tens place. Look at the number directly behind what you are rounding. It isan 8. This means you give the 7 a shove, or in other words, raise it to the next highest number, which is 8. The answer is 5680.
1. 2486
2. 2878
3.5685
4. 5431
5. 1259
6. 5228
7. 177
8. 9688
9.9595
10. 6344
Exponents  solve the following problems. Remember that an exponent tells you how many times you multiply the base times itself. NEVER multiply a base times an exponent.
1. 1³
2. 9²
3. 8²
4. 10¹
5. 4³
6. 3³
7. 8º
8. 10³
9. 0³
10. 7³
Work for week of 5/18/20  5/22/20
Comparing Fractions
Use the <, >, or = to compare the two fractions.
1. 1/10____2/5
2. 6/7____11/12
3. 4/11____7/9
4. 5/9_____1/3
5. 4/12____5/6
6. 9/11____4/5
7. 4/7____5/6
8. 5/9____1/12
9. 2/4____6/10
10. 8/11____6/9
Simplifying Fractions
Please reduce all fractions to their simplest form. Remember, whatever you do to the top (numerator), youmust dothe samething tothebottom (denominator).
1. 7/14
2. 16/58
3. 16/20
4. 8/38
5. 9/48
6. 12/24
7. 18/38
8. 18/24
9. 6/34
10. 19/19
Work week of 5/11/2020  5/15/2020 Due 5/17/2020
This week's work is going to be shortened so those of you who need to catch up are able to and for those of you who have been working will have a smaller assignment. I do not want you waiting until the last minute to do all your work!
Dividing Fractions  you MUST SIMPLIFY to get full credit.
 3/5 ÷ ⅓ =
 9/10 ÷ 2/5 =
 11/12 ÷ 3/7 =
 7/10 ÷ 6/10 =
 3/2 ÷ 2/3 =
Multiplying Decimals
 3.46 x 17.8 =
 12.2 x 4.7 =
 1.11 x 2.22 =
 9.65 x 9.65 =
 7.74 x 47.7 =
Work week of 5/4/205/8/2020 All assignments are due on Sunday. The large, red X means to multiply. There have been issues with students being able to see the dot we usually use for multiplication.
 2  10 ✖ 5 + 7 =
 4  6 + (10  8) =
 5 /6 + 2 ✖ 3 =
 (8  6 ✖ 10) ✖ 1 =
 6  5 ✖ 8
 9  6 + (4  8) =
 8 + 1 ✖ 2 =
 8 + 10 ✖ (8  1) =
 (1  4 ✖ 4) ✖ 7 =
 5 ✖ 7 + 8 ✖ 1 =
Simplifying Expressions
Example: 4 ✖ b ✖ b ✖ 3 ✖ b =12b³  the exponent is a 3 because you are multiplying b three times by its self.
1. 8y  4y =
2. n ✖ 6n ✖ n ✖ n ✖ n ✖ n =
3. p + 9p + p + p + p =
4. y ✖ 2 ✖ y ✖ y ✖ 5 =
5. 4b  7 + 5  8b =
6. s ✖ 8 ✖ s ✖ s ✖ s ✖ 5 =
7. v ✖ 5 ✖ v ✖ v ✖ v ✖ v ✖ 6 =
8. 10s + 6  5s =
9. 6  9y + 7y +3 + 5y =
10. z ✖ 9z ✖ z ✖ z ✖ z ✖ z =
Work week of 4/27  4/30 This assignment is due by 9:00 pm on 4/30/20 because progress reports are due this week. There is only one assignment this week.
Elapsed days, weeks, months, and years.
 The Thompson's left on a oneweek vacation on July 6th. When did they return ? _____________
 Fred was three years old on October 5th. Nancy was three years old on October 20th. How many days older is Fred ? _____________
3 ) How many months, weeks, and days are there between March 26, 2012 and November 24, 2012 ? _____________
4 ) Jessica will arrive at the hotel on September 7th, and will stay six nights. What date will Jessica check out of the hotel? _____________
5 ) Tom's appointment with the doctor was on June 10th. The doctor wants to see Tom in two months. In what month should Tom make an appointment ? _____________
6 ) Sally was 18 years old on November 18, 1998. In what year was she born ? How old will she be on November 18, 2009 ? _____________
7 ) Many airlines make you purchase a ticket 14 days before your flight. If Jason is leaving on June 16th, on what day should he purchase his ticket ? _____________
8 ) Joan was born on May 4th. Jason was born on December 4th of the same year. How many months older is Joan ? _____________
9 ) Tim was born on January 3, 1980 . How old will he be on his birthday in 2018 ? __
10 ) Sara’s vacation is from August 4th to August 23rd. Mary’s vacation starts on August 7th and lasts 2 weeks. Whose vacation is longer and by how many days? _______________
Assignments for week of 4/20/20 Due 4/26/20
Multiplication Word Problems
1 ) Sam bought 9 dozen eggs from the grocery store to bake some cakes. How many eggs did Sam buy ? _____________
2 ) Alyssa has 38 black marbles. Dan has 9 times more black marbles than Alyssa. How many black marbles does Dan have ? _____________
3 ) There are 15 calories in a candy bar. How many calories are there in 46 candy bars ? _____________
4 ) Sally has saved 42 quarters from washing cars. How many cents does Sally have ? _____________
5 ) Tom has 22 books. Joan has 9 times more books than Tom. How many books does Joan have ?
Multiplying Integers
1.(+30) x (4) =
2. (+58) x (+92) =
3. (+65) x (+8) =
4. (81) x (50) =
5. (+22) x (95) =
6. (+43) x (+59) =
7. (+97) x (+18) =
8. (+75) x (+65) =
9. (+36) x (+84) =
10. (+99) x (9) =
Assignments for week of 4/13/2020 Due 4/20/2020
Addition and subtraction of decimals. Find the sumor difference of the following problems
Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
Find the sum or difference of the following numbers:
 12.1  9.52 =
 13.9 + 9.25 =
 10.5 + 0.4 =
 18.0 + 0.74 =
 9.7 + 9.03 =
 17.76  4.6 =
 20.78  3.51 =
 14.9  1.0 =
 15.4  5.6 =
 16.13  2.98 =
Ordering Fractions.
Place fractions in order from smallest to greatest.
Ordering Fractions
Place the fractions in order from least to greatest.
 12/1, 8/3, 8/1
 10/6, 10/8, 10/1
 12/3, ½, 7/7
 7/8, 7/7, 7/6
 11/6, 6/10, 12/12
 6/3, 6/12, 1/9
 2/12, 2/11, 2/4
 10/2, 6/10, 8/8
 1/1, 8/6, 12/11
 3/3, 5/7, 8/7
Assignments for week of 4/6/2020 Due 4/13/2020
Please complete your math iReady growth monitoring check if you have not already done so.
Complete the following problems: (When you multiply fractions,you just multiply straight across and when dividing fractions the rule is keep, change, flip) ALWAYS SIMPLIFY!!
1. 3/4 · 2/3 = 1. 8/12 ÷ 3/5 =
2. 1/2 · 4/6 = 2. 11/8 ÷ 3/10 =
3. 7/8 · 2/3 = 3. 10/12 ÷ 5/7 =
4. 5/6 · 4/3 = 4. 3/11 ÷ 1/9 =
5. 5/4 · 9/10 = 5. 1/6 ÷ 11/12 =
6. 7/3 · 11/6 = 6. 11/6 ÷ 11/8 =
7. 2/10 · 6/4 = 7. 4/10 ÷ 7/11 =
8. 9/6 · 11/2 = 8. 11/2 ÷ 10/10 =
9. 1/4 · 6/8 = 9. 5/3 ÷ 5/3 =
10. 10/6 · 9/11 = 10. 7/10 ÷ 1/9 =
Assignments for week of 3/30/2020
All students need to log into iReady and complete their growth monitorg check for math.
Please complete the following problems and submit electronically. Due 4/8/2020
Write the value of the underlined number.
Example: 123,456 = 20,000
 2,454
 13
 146
 7,593
 11,111
 89,367
 7,987
 3,474, 896
 99
 67,256
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