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Gasoline is about $4 per gal. You use about gallons each day driving to and from work. How much should you budget for gas over the next month (about 20 workdays)?
Find the least common multiple of 10, 15, and 25.
A) 150 B) 3,750 C) 50 D) 30
Add. Write the answer in simplest form

Subtract. Write the answer in lowest terms.

Add. Write the answer in lowest terms

Add.

Find the least common multiple of 48 and 96.
Divide.

Find the area of the shaded part in the figure (details below)
Divide. 23.92 ÷ 4
Complete the statement, using the symbol < or >. Show why?
0.185

Write this fraction
a. in decimal form
b. in reduced fraction form
Subtract 0.36 from 6.
A)5.36 B) 5.64 C) 6.46 D) 6.64

A triangle has base 11 feet (ft) & an altitude of 8 ft. Find its area.
Find the decimal equivalent of the mixed number.

Catrina purchased an appliance that cost $912.40 with interest included. She paid $250 as a down payment and agreed to pay the remainder in 18 monthly payments. What amount will she be paying per month?
Multiply.

Add. 8 + 47.5 + 6.03 + 9.12
Estimate the following product.

10. Find the area of the shaded part in the figure. Use 3.14 for and round your answer to one decimal place.

A) 48.4 ft2 B) 225.0 ft2 C) 176.6 ft2 D) 481.5 ft2

a. Which fractions a/b have terminating decimals?
b. Which fractions a/b have repeating decimals?
c. Sometimes (for example 1/12 ) only part of the decimal repeats while in other cases (for example 1/7 ) the whole decimal repeats. Assuming a/b is a reduced fraction, how can you tell which of these two scenarios will occ

Why should we clear fractions when solving linear equations and inequalities? Demonstrate how this is done with an example.
Why should we clear decimals when solving linear equations and inequalities? Demonstrate how this is done with an example.
Post one other example (either fraction or decimal) for classmates to solve

Please explain how to determine by just looking at a problem if it will be terminating or repeating for example. I need to be able to explain this and answer why?
If terminating what place value does it terminate in? Why?
If repeating what is the maximum number of digits in the repeating string it can have? Why?
A. 0.4

What is the decimal notation for the fraction 1/4? How can you show that 1/4 = 25/100? How can you write 5/16 as a decimal? How would you write 1/9 as a decimal?

Several calculators are now available that do computations in fractional form as well as in decimal form. Some of these automatically give results in simplest terms. If you have access to such a calculator, discuss how it might be used in teaching fractions and especially fraction computation. If such calculators become commo

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22 problems about ...
factorization
GCF
LCM
fractions
simplest form
mixed fractions
word problems
decimals
percent
exponents
absolute value

State whether each of the following fractions is a terminating or repeating decimal. If the decimal terminates, state the number of decimal places and show how you decided. If the decimal repeats, write the decimal representation of the fraction.
A. 12/13
B. 6/ 2^2 x 5^7 x 3 (there are no brackets in this questions and th

Please show me how to do questions 3 to 10. (Please see attached file)
3. Round each of the following numbers as specified.
(a) 508.576 to the nearest hundredth ________________
(b) 508.576 to the nearest tenth ________________
(c) 508.576 to the nearest hundred ________________
4. Convert each of the following fract