Chapter 6 Form B

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12 questions
• Q1
Ken bought 3 3/4 pounds of apples at the farmers' market. Abby bought 2 1/8 pounds of apples. How many pounds of apples did Ken and Abby buy in all?
5 7/8 pounds
5 1/3 pounds
6 1/4 pounds
5 1/8 pounds
120s
• Q2
Gabrielle paints flower pots to sell at the craft fair. She paints 2/5 of a flower pot teal, 1/4 of it yellow, and the rest of it white. What fraction of the pot is painted either teal or yellow?
3/20
13/20
3/4
3/5
120s
• Q3
Evan walked 5/8 mile to his friend's house. Then together they walked 7/12 mile to the movie theater. Which pair of fractions can Evan use to find how far he walked?
15/24 and 14/24
15/24 and 21/24
10/24 and 14/24
60/96 and 84/96
120s
• Q4
Dexter rode his bike 9/10 mile from his house to the store. Then he rode 4/10 mile to his uncle's house. Use benchmarks to estimate how far he rode his bike altogether.
120s
• Q5
Tom jogged 3/5 mile on Monday and 2/6 mile on Tuesday. How much farther did Tom jog on Monday than on Tuesday?
14/15 mile
3/15 mile
4/15 mile
1/30 mile
120s
• Q6
Spencer bought 5 1/2 pounds of potatoes and 3 3/4 pounds of tomatoes to make stew. How many pounds of potatoes and tomatoes did he buy in all?
9 3/8 pounds
8 2/3 pounds
8 1/4 pounds
9 1/4 pounds
120s
• Q7
Alana bought 3/8 pound of Swiss cheese and 1/4 pound of American cheese. Which pair of fractions cannot be used to find how many pounds of cheese she bought in all?
24/64 and 8/64
15/40 and 10/40
9/24 and 6/24
6/16 and 4/16
120s
• Q8
Molly bought 7/8 pound of grapes and 5/16 pound of cranberries. What is the least common denominator of the fractions?
24
14
16
128
120s
• Q9
It takes April 7 1/3 hours to drive to her grandparents' house. So far she has driven 3 5/6 hours. How many more hours does April need to drive?
3 1/2 hours
4 1/2 hours
4 1/3 hours
3 1/3 hours
120s
• Q10
Sophia baby- sat for 3 7/12 hours on Friday. She baby- sat 2 5/6 hours on Saturday. Which is the best estimate of how many hours Sophia baby- sat altogether?
120s
• Q11
Larry wrote this expression to show the total number of hours he spent driving during the last three weeks. (5 2/5 + 7 4/10) + 9 1/10 Which shows another way to write the expression using the Associative Property of Addition?
(5+ 9+ 4) + (2/5 + 4/10 + 1/10)
5 2/5 + (9 1/10+ 7 4/10)
5 2/5 + (7 4/10 + 9 1/10)
(7 4/10 + 9 1/10) + 5 2/5
120s
• Q12
On Saturday, Percy biked for 6 3/12 hours. On Sunday, he biked 5 2/3 hours. Which is the quickest strategy Percy can use to find the least common denominator, so he can add the hours he biked over the weekend?
Multiply the denominators since they share no common factors other than 1.
Find all the multiples of each denominator.
One denominator is a multiple of the other, so the multiple is LCD
Add the denominators to find the least common multiple.
120s

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