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Mixed Review
Solve.
1.   Brian watched fifty-six planes land. Three-sevenths of them were from Skyway Airlines. How many planes were not from Skyway Airlines?

2.   There are twenty-four cows in the field. Seven-eighths of the cows are black and white. How many of the cows are not black and white?


Simplify.
3.   8 + 3 - 4 - 5


4.   6 + 1 + 3


5.   7 - 5 + 4 - 2 - 3


6.   5 + 4 + 1



Multiply. Write your answer as a mixed number in simplest form.
7.  
1
10

12
  ×  
2

8
  =  

8.  
5

8
  ×  
3
9

10
  =  

9.  
1  ×  
1
1

3
  =  

10.  
1

5
  ×  
2
2

3
  =  

11.  
3
1

2
  ×  
1

2
  =  

12.  
2
5

6
  ×  9  =  

13.  
6

7
  ×  
1
7

8
  =  

14.  
6  ×  
9

10
  =  


 

Key #2
Find the missing number, n, in each data set.
15.   18, 18, 22, 9, n, and 9
mean  =  17
16.   16, 15, 16, n, and 12
mean  =  15
17.   25, 24, 20, 20, 5, 23, and n
mean  =  17
18.   19, n, 28, 7, 25, 12, and 20
mean  =  20
19.   n, 27, 12, 12, 5, and 4
mean  =  12
20.   22, n, 28, 12, and 12
mean  =  16

Complete.
21.   Michael loves the taste of chocolate ice cream. He eats between two and six bowls of ice cream each week. What is the least amount of ice cream he would eat in five weeks? What is the most he would eat in five weeks?


22.   I agree that we need to search for a better gift for John. I am sure that he would want something from the sporting goods store. We ended up buying him four fishing rods at $32.00 per rod. How much money did we spend on John?



Write the value of .
23.   6 hundreds hundred thousands 4 ten thousands 5 tens 7 thousands = 947,650
24.   5,000 + 800 + 80 + + 70,000 = 75,885
25.   4 + = 704
26.   1 ten ones 5 thousands = 5,014

Use the Distributive Property to find each product.
27.   7  ×  96



28.   9  ×  (40 + 2)



29.   4  ×  (90 + 3)








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