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Date ___________________
Mixed Review
Find the greatest common factor of each set of numbers.
1.   52 and 56

2.   57 and 33

3.   18 and 99

4.   77 and 44

5.   7, 28, and 21

6.   68, 20, and 8

7.   56 and 51

8.   5 and 12

9.   23 and 72


Order the metric measurements from least to greatest.
10.   0.2 cL;   60,000 L;   570 mL
11.   0.02 mm;   5,000 cm;   0.9 m
12.   90.2 cm;   3,070 mm;   98 m
13.   690 mL;   94,010 L;   37.01 cL
14.   1 mm;   0.1 m;   4.606 cm
15.   240,000 mg;   87,400 cg;   5,803 g

Complete.
16.   Austin gave Daniel a challenge. "I think I can write the number one hundred forty million using fewer zeros than you," said Austin. "I don't think so," replied Daniel. In the end it was a draw (Austin was wrong). How did they do it using only one zero?

17.   If 6.1 x 109 pieces of sand are combined with 3.9 x 109 pieces of sand, how many pieces of sand are there all together?


 

Key #2
Fill in the missing operation.
18.   8 - 3  1 + 2  =  6
19.    (5 + 2 - 3  5 - 1)   =  8
20.   9 + 2  1  =  10
21.    3 + 4  =  8

Solve. Write your answer as a mixed number in simplest form.
22.   Anna picked five-sixths of a basket of apples yesterday. Today she picked half of a basket of apples. What part of a basket of apples has Anna picked in all?

23.   There were twelve bananas on the counter. One-sixth of the bananas were eaten yesterday. Three-fourths of the bananas were eaten today. What fraction of the bananas have been eaten in all?


Classify each triangle as isosceles, scalene, or equilateral and as right, acute, or obtuse.
24.  


25.  


26.  


27.  



Find the area of the partial circle. Use 
22

7
 for .
28.  
radius  =  34 cm
Find the area of  
1

9
  of the circle
29.  
diameter  =  19 ft
Find the area of  
6

7
  of the circle





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