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Fractions of and Percents of

Author: RayMiller Andrew
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Content:
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0. When adding two negatie numbers, how would you describe the result?
1. What percent of 80 is 52?
2. When multiplying two negative numbers, how best to describe the results
3. If the entire trip was 180 , Jane drove 1/3, how many midles did she drive?
4. If you take 40%25 off of 7.25, what amount would you pay?
5. What percent does it mean when you have to pay the full price?
6. If the entire trip was 180, Mark drove 1/6, then how many miles did he drive?
7. You take 52%25 off of a game that was $80. How much did you pay?
8. If you take 1/3 off of a price, then what do you pay?
9. What is 3/4 of 7 and a quarter.
10. The trip was 180, Mark drove 1/6 Jane drove 1/3 Molly and Isaac split the rest.
11. What is 40%25 of 7.25?
12. The trip was 180, Mark drove 1/6. Jane drove 1/3. How many miles are left to drive?
13. when multiplying a negative with a positve, how best to describe the result
14. What is -5xyz when x=1, y=3, and z= 2
15. Dog eats 1 and 1/2 cups of dog food. How many cups does it eat in a 4 week?

Answers:
0. the product will be larger than both factors
1. 48%25 of 80
2. 60%25 of 7.25
3. 90
4. 2.90
5. 60
6. 5 and 7/16
7. the prodcut is less than both factors.
8. 42
9. 100
10. 2/3 of the price.
11. 30
12. 45
13. 65%25
14. -30
15. The sum is less than both addends
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