Decimals Fractions Integers Frequency Tables Ratios to Percents

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Decimals Fractions Integers Frequency Tables Ratios to Percents 100 100 100 200 200 200

Decimals Fractions Integers Frequency Tables Ratios to Percents 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500

Decimals 100

Decimals 100

Decimals 200

Decimals 200

Decimals 300

Decimals 300

Decimals 400 -. 516 ÷. 12

Decimals 400 -. 516 ÷. 12

Decimals 500 Jaelin’s car gets 29. 7 miles per gallon on the highway. If

Decimals 500 Jaelin’s car gets 29. 7 miles per gallon on the highway. If his fuel tank holds 10. 45 gallons, then how far can he travel on one full tank of gas?

Fractions 100

Fractions 100

Fractions 200

Fractions 200

Fractions 300 Define the following terms: 1. Reciprocal 2. Denominator 3. Numerator

Fractions 300 Define the following terms: 1. Reciprocal 2. Denominator 3. Numerator

Fractions 400

Fractions 400

Fractions 500 Emily went to the candy store and bought 7/8 pounds of candy.

Fractions 500 Emily went to the candy store and bought 7/8 pounds of candy. If 1/3 of the candy was chocolate, how many pounds of chocolate did Emily buy?

Integers 100 -24 (3)

Integers 100 -24 (3)

N 200 14 – (-7)

N 200 14 – (-7)

Integers 300 Define Integer.

Integers 300 Define Integer.

N 400 Steve has overdrawn his checking account by $27. His bank charged him

N 400 Steve has overdrawn his checking account by $27. His bank charged him $15 for an overdraft fee. Then he quickly deposited $100. What is his current balance?

N 500 Franklin Roofing was $3765 in the “red” (owed creditors this amount) at

N 500 Franklin Roofing was $3765 in the “red” (owed creditors this amount) at the end of June. At the end of December they were $8765 in the “red. ” Did they make or lose money between June and December? How much?

Frequency Tables 100 The two way table shows how some students get their news.

Frequency Tables 100 The two way table shows how some students get their news. How many students were surveyed? TV Internet 7 th grade 13 49 8 th grade 20 68 Total

Frequency Tables 200 Complete the chart.

Frequency Tables 200 Complete the chart.

Frequency Tables 300 Kristina surveyed the students in her cafeteria and found that 38

Frequency Tables 300 Kristina surveyed the students in her cafeteria and found that 38 males agree with the new cafeteria rules while 70 do not. There were 92 females surveyed and 41 of them agree with the new cafeteria rules. Construct a two way table to display this information.

Frequency Tables 400 There are 150 children at summer camp and 71 signed up

Frequency Tables 400 There are 150 children at summer camp and 71 signed up for swimming. There were a total of 62 children that signed up for canoeing and 28 of them also signed up for swimming. Construct a two-way table summarizing the data.

Frequency Tables 500 The two-way table below shows the number of students with each

Frequency Tables 500 The two-way table below shows the number of students with each hair color and eye color. Hair Color Eye Color Black Brown Red Blonde Total Brown 7 12 3 1 23 Blue 2 8 2 9 21 Hazel 2 5 1 1 9 Green 1 3 1 2 7 Total 12 28 7 13 60 Which is greater: the percentage of the brown-haired students with blue eyes or the percentage of the redhaired students with brown eyes?

Ratios and Percents 100 A student answered 16 questions correctly on a math test

Ratios and Percents 100 A student answered 16 questions correctly on a math test that had 20 problems. How what is their grade as a percentage?

Ratios and Percents 200 There are 28 students in a class. Sixteen of those

Ratios and Percents 200 There are 28 students in a class. Sixteen of those students are men. What percent of the class are women? (Round to the nearest tenth)

Ratios and Percents 300 Caitlyn worked 7 months out of the year. What percent

Ratios and Percents 300 Caitlyn worked 7 months out of the year. What percent of the year did she work?

Ratios and Percents 400 Teddy earns $120, 800 a year. About 15% is taken

Ratios and Percents 400 Teddy earns $120, 800 a year. About 15% is taken out for taxes. How much is taken out for taxes?

O 500 At a sale, shirts were sold for $15 each. This price was

O 500 At a sale, shirts were sold for $15 each. This price was 80% of their original price. What was the original price?

B 100 I 100 N 100 B 200 B 100 B 300 Bingo G

B 100 I 100 N 100 B 200 B 100 B 300 Bingo G 100 O 100 N 200 G 200 O 200 B 200 N 300 G 300 O 300 B 400 I 400 N 400 G 400 O 400 B 500 I 500 N 500 G 500 O 500