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Date ___________________
Mixed Review
Classify each number as prime or composite.
1.         27
Prime
Composite
2.         26
Prime
Composite
3.         37
Prime
Composite
4.         79
Prime
Composite
5.         45
Prime
Composite
6.         15
Prime
Composite
7.         88
Prime
Composite
8.         19
Prime
Composite

Fill in the missing digits.
9.  
   
 9r
9
13
6


   
 3
 81
 

  
  2
10.  
   
42
2
6
8

  
16
16


 
 0
  4
 

  0

Divide.
11.  

61
 
595,665

12.  

69
 
9,522,621

13.  

87
 
258,999

14.  

27
 
935,820

15.  

34
 
8,550,082

16.  

86
 
3,497,104


 

Key #2
Write the place and the value of the underlined digit.
17.   9,124
18.   559,530
19.   102,746
20.   90
21.   56,771
22.   170,532
23.   79,689
24.   38,706

Complete.
25.   William ran for Student Council president at EdHelper Middle School. He received two hundred twenty-one votes and but lost the election by only eleven votes to the only other person running! It was so close that he asked for a recount, but the results of the recount were identical to the first count. There were six hundred ten students present on election day. How many of them did not vote?


26.   Samantha was helping her father sort the apples he had picked. When they finished the sorting she counted the apples in each box. There were one hundred sixty-eight Red Delicious apples, one hundred ten Gravenstein apples, two hundred forty-three Jonathan apples, and two hundred ninety-two Macoun apples. How many apples were there in all?



Complete.
27.   Matthew lives on a farm. He takes care of a flock of geese. If each goose eats nine ounces of cracked corn each day, how many ounces of corn will he need to feed seven geese for two days?


28.   Mrs. Williams' class divided into seven groups. Each group chose one of the Seven Principles of Kwanzaa. Each group made a poster, wrote a report, and told the class about the principle they had chosen. If there were five students in each group, how many students were in Mrs. Williams' class?



Fill in the missing digits.
29.  
8 9 9 , 2
- 3 , 2 5 9








8 9 , 3 5
30.  
, 1 9 1
- 9







3 4 , 9
31.  
7 3 , 3 9
- 6 , 7







5 , 3 1 0
32.  
6 , 9
- 5 , 0 2






, 4 8 9





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