Task 1 Task 1 Task 1 Task 2
- Slides: 12
Task 2 1. What is 6, 401 divided by 74? 2. There are 1, 288 seats in the auditorium. Each of the 23 rows in the auditorium has the same number of seats. How many seats are in each row?
Task 2 1. Explain how the quotient of 80, 000 ÷ 2, 000 is different from 80, 000 ÷ 200. 2. Mrs. Smith’s classes brought in their Halloween candy to share. Her first period class, containing 25 students, brought in 300 pieces of candy total. Her second period class, containing 21 students, brought in 336 pieces of candy total. Mrs. Smith evenly distributed the candy among her student within each period. Jose, a student in her first period class, claims that he received more pieces of candy than Elise, a student in her second period class. Is he correct? Justify your answer.
Task 3 1. What is the sum of 0. 8 and 10. 339? 2. What is 3. 1 subtracted from 4. 009? 3. What is the product of 0. 05 and 1. 2? 4. What is 3. 6 divided by 2. 25?
5. Task 3 Pablo and Jane go to the store. They are making treats for their class. They need 2 boxes of cereal priced at $2. 98 per box, and 3 bags of marshmallows priced at $2. 06 per bag. A. What will be their total cost? B. If Pablo and Jane split the bill evenly, how much will Pablo have to pay?
Task 4 There are 16 boys and 12 girls in Mr. Hart’s Science class. He wants to form as many groups as possible for a project. All the groups must be the same size, with the same number of boys and the same number of girls in each group. What is the greatest number of groups Mr. Hart can make? How many boys and how many girls will be in each group? Explain how you got your answer. An express subway stops at 6 th Street every 30 minutes. The local subway stops at the same location every 12 minutes. How often in minutes will both subways stop at 6 th Street at the same time?
Task 4 Identify the greatest common factor of 45 and 54 and use the distributive property to rewrite the sum.