3rd Quarter Benchmark Packet part 2

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Slide 2  6.6 Operations with Fractions
 With addition and subtraction, use common denominators first!

Slide 3  6.6 Operations with Fractions
 With addition and subtraction, use common denominators first!

Slide 4  6.6 Operations with Fractions
 With addition and subtraction, use common denominators first!

Slide 5  6.6 Operations with Fractions
 With multiplication, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction

Slide 6  6.6 Operations with Fractions
 With multiplication, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction

Slide 7  6.6 Operations with Fractions
 With multiplication, change the MIXED fraction into an IMPROPER fraction

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

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

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

Slide 11  6.4 Representations of Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Slide 12  6.4 Representations of Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Slide 13  6.4 Representations of Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

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?

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?

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?

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.

Slide 18  6.8 Order of Operations
 4)a.

Slide 19  6.8 Order of Operations
 4)b.

Slide 20  6.8 Order of Operations
 4)c.

Slide 21  6.8 Order of Operations
 4)d.

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

Slide 23  6.5 Positive Exponents and Square Roots
 6) Find the square root
 a. ______
 b. ______
 c. ______