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Name _____________________________
Date ___________________
Mixed Review
Fill in the missing number.
1.  
1

4
  =  


64

2.  
39

130
  =  
3


3.  
6

  =  
54

108


Multiply. Write your answer as a mixed number in simplest form.
4.  
3
1

10
  ×  
3

12
  =  

5.  
3

12
  ×  
3
2

4
  =  

6.  
6  ×  
2

3
  =  

7.  
10

11
  ×  
6

12
  =  

8.  
3

4
  ×  4  =  

9.  
1
6

8
  ×  
3

5
  =  

10.  
2
1

3
  ×  
2
2

3
  =  

11.  
5

7
  ×  1  =  


Divide.
12.  

40
 
240

13.  

90
 
2,790

14.  

20
 
280

15.  

40
 
4,360

16.  

70
 
5,670

17.  

60
 
420


 

Key #2
Complete.
18.  
90
- 59


19.  
20
- 14


20.  
73
- 23


21.  
39
- 17


22.  
631
- 303


23.  
654
- 620


24.  
886
- 828


25.  
872
- 622



Find 10% of each number. Round to the nearest hundredth.
26.   49

27.   4.4

28.   3.08

29.   358

30.   $17.44

31.   63

32.   96

33.   8.5

34.   527

35.   10


Complete.
36.   How many permutations can you make from the letters A through G?


37.   Emily, Alexis, and Stephanie ran in a race. In how many different orders can they finish the race?



Complete.
38.   Salt is important in several superstitions including the one that says you should sprinkle salt on your doorstep to keep out evil spirits. The United States sold 25.03 million tons of salt in 2008, a decrease of 8.07 million tons from 1996. How many tons of salt did the United States sell in 1996?
39.   The third grade class participated in National Kazoo Day by marching in the parade playing their kazoos. It was a long parade and they were very tired by the time it was over. From the beginning of the parade to the first corner was 0.7 miles. From that corner to the next turn was 0.2 miles. From there to the parking lot at the end of the parade was 1.3 miles. How far did they march in all?





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