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Name _____________________________
Date ___________________
Mixed Review
Complete.
1.   Julia was hungry. She looked in the pantry but there was no food. There was no food in the refrigerator. She looked under her bed where she often kept cookies but only found one empty cookie jar. Well, she would have to buy something. She took $4.56 out of her hiding place and walked to the store. She wanted as many seventy-six cent candy bars as she could get. How many candy bars can she buy?
2.   This year's world crop of apples is 33,083,100 metric tons. If the United States produces one-fourth of that amount and uses one-fourth of the apples produced in the United States for canned apples and applesauce, how many metric tons of apples does the United States use for canned apples and applesauce?

Divide.
3.   2.06 ÷ 2
4.   9.45 ÷ 9
5.   7.2 ÷ 8
6.   7.44 ÷ 8
7.   6.6 ÷ 2
8.   1.6 ÷ 4
9.   6.6 ÷ 6
10.   9.6 ÷ 4
11.   6.0 ÷ 6
12.   9.06 ÷ 6
13.   7.8 ÷ 2
14.   9.6 ÷ 2

Find the mean for each set of data.
15.  




































15
16
17
18
19
16.  















































51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

 

Key #2
Compare. Write <, >, or =.
17.  
0.9  _______  
56

100
18.  
40

100
  _______  0.4
19.  
0.45  _______  
3

10
20.  
58

100
  _______  0.07

Solve. Write your answer as a mixed number in simplest form.
21.   David used six-sevenths of a cup of sugar and half of a cup of flour in his recipe. How many cups of these ingredients altogether did he use?

22.   There were six bananas on the counter. Two-thirds of the bananas were eaten yesterday. One-sixth of the bananas were eaten today. What fraction of the bananas have been eaten in all?


Complete by evaluating each expression.
23.   5k
for k = 5
24.  
6h   +   11

for h = 7
25.  
b

4

for b = 8
26.  
2t   -   4

for t = 9
27.   8e
for e = 8
28.  
m

5

for m = 40

Order the fractions from least to greatest.
29.  
3

5
  ,  
27

45
  ,  
9

15

30.  
2

7
  ,  
1

7
  ,  1

31.  
16

80
  ,  
4

20
  ,  
3

5

32.  
1

4
  ,  
11

16
  ,  
48

64

33.  
2

7
  ,  
8

12
  ,  
4

6

34.  
3

4
  ,  
1

4
  ,  
2

4






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