Math

# 3rd Quarter Benchmark Packet part 2

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1. ### Slide 2 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With addition and subtraction, use common denominators first!
2. ### Slide 3 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With addition and subtraction, use common denominators first!
3. ### Slide 4 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With addition and subtraction, use common denominators first!
4. ### Slide 5 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With multiplication, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction
5. ### Slide 6 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With multiplication, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction
6. ### Slide 7 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With multiplication, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction
7. ### Slide 8 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With division, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction and then KEEP, FLIP, MULTIPLY
8. ### Slide 9 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With division, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction and then KEEP, FLIP, MULTIPLY
9. ### Slide 10 - 6.6 Operations with Fractions

• With division, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction and then KEEP, FLIP, MULTIPLY

13. ### Slide 14 - 6.7 Operations with Decimals

• 1) Sam worked 8 hours on Saturday and 6 hours on Sunday. If he earns \$7.50 per hour, how much money did Sam earn working those two days?
14. ### Slide 15 - 6.7 Operations with Decimals

• 2) The Smith family are taking a vacation to California. They must drive 3,000 miles to get there. If they want to get there in 6 days, how many miles per day must they drive?
15. ### Slide 16 - 6.7 Operations with Decimals

• 3) The Girl Scout troop 4237 is taking a field trip to the aquarium. Adult tickets cost \$36 and children tickets cost \$25. There are 8 children and 2 adults on the trip. How much will this trip cost?
16. ### Slide 17 - 6.8 Order of Operations

• 1) What is the order of operations?
• Grouping, Exponents, Multiplication (and Division), Subtraction (and Addition)
• 2) When looking at multiplication and division, you always work from left to right.
• 3) When looking at addition and subtraction, you always work from left to right.

• 4)a.

• 4)b.

• 4)c.

• 4)d.
21. ### Slide 22 - 6.5 Positive Exponents and Square Roots

• 1) Anything raised to the zero power is 1
• Exponential
• Expanded
• Standard
• 1,000
• Exponential
• Expanded
• Standard
• 1,000
22. ### Slide 23 - 6.5 Positive Exponents and Square Roots

• 6) Find the square root
• a. ______
• b. ______
• c. ______