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May 24th

May 24th

# Math Fundamental Review

Reducing Fractions

Reducing Fractions to Mixed Numbers

Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

Multiply and Divide Mixed Numbers

Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers with a Common Denominator

Add and Subtract Fractions and Mixed Numbers without a Common Denominator

Applications of Fractions

Converting Fractions to Decimals

Converting Decimals to Fractions

Percents and Applications

Show all work. No Calculators Allowed . Reduce all fractions completely. Reduce all improper
fractions to mixed numbers in lowest form . It is due on the day the fundamental review quiz is given.

Reducing Fractions.
Reduce each fraction completely.

Reducing Fractions to Mixed Numbers
Reduce all improper fractions to mixed numbers in lowest form.

Convert each mixed number into an improper fraction.

Multiply and Divide Mixed Numbers

Add Mixed Numbers with a Common Denominator

Subtract Mixed Numbers with a Common Denominator

Add Mixed Numbers without a Common Denominator

Subtract Mixed Numbers without a Common Denominator

Converting Fractions to Decimals.
Change each fraction to an equivalent decimal .

Change each decimal to an equivalent fraction or mixed number and reduce if possible.

Applications Of Fractions

67. Tom runsmiles and then walksmiles. How far has traveled walking and running
together?

68.Mary fills a 20 ounce test tube withounces of water. How much empty space is left?

69. David has a rope that isfeet long. He cuts off a piece that isfeet long. How long is the
remaining rope?

70. Sam haspounds of roofing nails and his partner haspounds. How much to they have
together?

71. Ann Marie has workedhours on Monday,on hours on Tuesday andhours on
Wednesday. How many total hours has she worked?

72. Julie usesof a yard of silk to make a kite,of a yard of silk to make a windsock andof a yard
of silk to make a classroom banner. How much silk has she used for all her projects?

73. John drinksof a glass of water for breakfast,of a glass for lunch andof a glass for dinner.
How much has he con sumed for he three meals?

74. Eppie's Great Race requires you to run, bike and kayak 12 miles. Tom runsmiles and the
bikesmiles. If he needs to complete the race by kayak how many miles must he kayak?

75. Janice usespounds of clay to make a pot. She then usespounds of clay to make some
dishes. If she started with 10 pounds of clay, how much does she have left?

76. John feeds his dogpounds of food on Monday andpounds on Tuesday. He started
withpounds. How much dog food does he have left?

85. 16 is 20% of what number?

86. 24 is what percent of 40

87. What is 8% of 22

88. 24 is 60% of what number

89. What percent of 40 is 26

90. What is 45% of 24

91. Find the final selling price of a \$ 28 item if it is to be marked down 25% and sales tax is 5%

92. Find the final selling price of a \$ 8.50 item if it is to be marked down 20% and sales tax is 5%