Name: Class: Date: 3. Use the map for Megamart below. The aisles and rows of the Megamart are represented by horizontal lines on the map.

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Monday (page one)

1. How is written as a decimal?

2. What is the value of the expression? 123.6 102 _____

3. Use the map for Megamart below. The aisles and rows of the Megamart are represented by horizontal lines on the map.

What is the correct path you could take to get from the entrance to the meat section? a. I could walk 4 units east and 2 units north.

b. I could walk 4 units east and 1 unit north. c. I would walk 4 units west and 1 unit north. d. I would walk 1 unit north and 4 units west.

4. Lauren spent $3.26 for lunch on Tuesday. She spent $1.98 on Wednesday and $2.74 on Thursday. How much more did she spend on Tuesday than on Thursday?

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Monday (page two)

6.

A theater earned $87,890 in ticket sales. If each ticket cost $5.50, how many

tickets were sold?

7. Jessie went to the mall and bought a CD for $12.98, a skirt for $17.50, a T-shirt for $8.50, and a bottle of water for $1.02. About how much was the total amount she spent?

8. Round the decimal to the place indicated. 39.17; ones

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Tuesday (page one)

1. What is the value of the expression? 21.7 x 10 _____

2.

Paulita reads an average of 20 pages per day. She has 6 days to read 10 pages. Will she finish

her reading in 6 days? How do you know?

3.

Which property is shown below? How do you know?

(64 79) 48 64 (79 48)

a. Associative Property b. Commutative Property

c. Identity Property d. Distributive Property

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Tuesday (page two)

5. Which area model shows the correct way to multipy 2 x 27? (pro-tip: Yes, you do need to rewrite the correct area model.)

a. b.

c. d.

6. Choose <, >, or = to make a true sentence.

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Wednesday (page one)

1.

Which is the best estimate of 157 2?

a. 75 b. 80

c. 50 d. 100

2.

Which of the following does

not

represent the number given by the model?

a. b. forty tenths

c. 0.40 d. four tenths

3. Identify the pattern in the following sequence. What are the next three terms in the sequence?

(pro-tip: the pattern may have two parts)

122, 118, 126, 122, 130, ...

4. What is the value of the expression?

43 2.18 _____

5. What is the value of the following? 94

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Wednesday (page two)

6. One pineapple weighs 1.8 pounds. About how much would four pineapples weigh?

7.

What is the prime factorization of 75?

8.

In which number below does 4 have a value of 40,000?

a. 345,629 b. 532,471

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Thursday (page one)

1. What is the name and value of the place of the highlighted digit?

318,472,008

2.

Solve by rounding to the nearest whole number.

Aluminum and tin are both metals. The

standard atomic weight for aluminum is 26.98. The standard atomic weight for tin is 118.71.

Estimate the difference between the standard atomic weights of these two metals.

3.

Rico is estimating

. His work is shown below. What mistake did he make and how

could he best correct his work?

a. Rico rounded both factors up. The factor 18 should be rounded up to 20. b. Rico rounded both factors down. The factor 18 should be up to 40.

c. Rico rounded both factors down. The factor 18 should be rounded up to 30.

d. Rico rounded both factors down. The factor 18 should be rounded up to 20. .

4.

Cameron bought an electric scooter for $38.99 and two helmets for $29.49 each.

Which expression shows how much Cameron spent in all?

Next,

solve the expression.

a. 2 ($38.99 $29.49) b. (2 $38.99) $29.49 c. $38.99 $29.49 d. $38.99 (2 $29.49)

5.

Evan had 2.2 pounds of candy to give to his friends. If he gave 0.2 pound to each friend, how

many friends did Evan give candy to?

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Thursday (page two)

6.

American car makers produce 5,650,000 cars each year. In a report, Ben wrote that

Americans made 6,550,000 cars. What mistake did Ben make? How can he fix it?

a. Ben switched the 6 and the 5 in the one millions and hundred thousands places. He can put the 6 back in the hundred thousands place and the 5 in the one million place to fix this.

b. There is no mistake.

c. Ben switched the 6 and the 5 in the one millions and hundred thousands places. He can put the 6 back in the thousands place and the 5 in the one million place to fix this.

d. Ben switched the 6 and the 5 in the ten millions and hundred thousands places. He can put the 6 back in the hundred thousands place and the 5 in the ten million place to fix this.

7. Divide: 12,000 ÷ 10

4

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Friday (page one)

1.

Round 2.173 to the nearest hundredths place.

2. Solve:

___

3. There are 9.6 grams of protein in three servings of trail mix. How many grams of

protein are in one serving of the trail mix?

4. What is the value of

s

in the expression below?

15 [(12 3) 1] 7

s

5.

A barge floating down the Amazon River is carrying 54.78 tons of cargo. The

cargo is to be split evenly between 12 villages. How many tons of cargo will each

village receive? Round to the nearest tenth.

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Friday (page two)

6.

Trey thinks the answer to 10 x (5

2

+ 4) is 140 . Explain what mistake he

made, then find the correct answer.

7. Solve: (pro-tip: No remainders are allowed!)

54.36 ÷ 45.3 =

8. What are TWO true statements about the value of the underlined digit in 88.888?

(pro-tip: pick two answers)

a) The value of the underlined digit is ten times the value of the digit on the right.

b) The value of the underlined digit is

1

10

times the value of the digit on the right.

c) The value of the underlined digit is ten times the value of the digit on the left.

d) The value of the underlined digit is

1

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