Everyday Math Unit 6 Review

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Nadine Gilkison

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Nadine Gilkison 1. There are 37 crackers in a box. Bob and three of his friends decide to share them equally. How many whole crackers will each person get? Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison Number Model: 37 divided by 4 Answer: 9 crackers

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Nadine Gilkison 2. Kristin made 59 chocolate chip cookies for a family party. She put the cookies in a Ziploc bag. Each bag holds 8 cookies. How many bags were needed to hold all of the cookies? Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison Number Model: 59 divided by 8 Answer: 8 Ziploc bags

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Nadine Gilkison 3. Divide. If there is a remainder, write as a fraction. 7 46 5 73 8 168 Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison Divide. If there is a remainder, write as a fraction. 6 4/7 4 3/5 21 7 46 5 73 8 168

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Nadine Gilkison 4. Mrs. Smith wants to buy a refrigerator and pay for it in 1 year. H.H.Gregg offers two plans, and she wants to choose the cheaper one. Plan A: $15 each week; a total of 52 payments Plan B: $48 each month; a total of 12 payments Which plan would cost less? Explain your answer. Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison Plan A: $780 Plan B: $576 Plan B is cheaper.

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Nadine Gilkison A. B. C. Identify the type of angle. Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison A. B. C. Right Obtuse Acute

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Nadine Gilkison 6 . Divide. If there is a remainder, write as a fraction. 7 463 9 73 2 168 Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison 6 . Divide. If there is a remainder, write as a fraction. 66 1/7 8 1/9 84 7 463 9 73 2 168

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Nadine Gilkison 7. Insert parenthesis to make the number sentences true. 7 + 8 x 3 = 31 46= 10 x 3 + 8 x 2 Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison 7 + ( 8 x 3 ) = 31 46= ( 10 x 3 ) + ( 8 x 2 )

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Nadine Gilkison 8 . Round these numbers to the nearest thousand. 865,395 8,248,543 456,231 8,765,936 Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison 8 . Round these numbers to the nearest thousand. 865,000 8,249,000 456,000 8,766,000

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Nadine Gilkison 9. Plot and label each point on the coordinate grid. (5,3) (2,1) (6,4) Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison 9. Plot and label each point on the coordinate grid. (5,3) (2,1) (6,4)

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Nadine Gilkison 10. Multiply. 678 x 5 = 57 x 8 = Roll to see how far you will travel if get the correct answer.

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Nadine Gilkison 10. Multiply. 678 x 5 = 3,390 57 x 8 = 456

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Nadine Gilkison Move Back 2 Move Back 2 Move Ahead 3 Move Ahead 3 Directions: Place your car by the turtle at the START/FINISH line. Roll two dice before you answer the question to see how far you can travel on the track. Each time you pass the START/FINISH line put a tally mark on your board indicating the number of laps completed. The person with the most laps completed is the winner. Cut and color your race car

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