# Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

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Comparing and ordering fractions   1        Comparing and Ordering Fractions & Dec.
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Add or subtract Mixed Numbers     3           Add or subtract Mixed Numbers    4
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Estimating sums or differences   7            Estimating sums or differences   8
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2,000      Converting between fractions and decimals   9            Divisibility Rules   10
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Order  the fractions from least to
greatest.
4 5 3 1
, , ,
7 9 8 2

3 1 5 4
, , ,
8 2 9 7
Order  the fractions and decimals
from least to greatest.
3       1
,0.29, ,0.4
8       9

1       3
,0.29, ,0.4
9       8
form.
2 4
4 2 
9 9

2
6
3
simplest form.
11  5
6 2 
12 12

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4
2
Find the greatest common factor of
27, 90, 135, and 72.

GCF    is 9.
Write   the prime factorization of
280.

2 5 7
3
Estimate   the sum.
11 4 6
12 9 7

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4
2
Estimate   the difference.
7  1
13  5

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2
5
Question A: Convert 5   to a decimal.
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Question  B: Convert 3.68 to a
fraction and write the answer in
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simplest form.
Question   A: 5.625

Question   B:      68  4    17
3         3
100  4    25

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Create   a 5 digit number that is
divisible by 2, 3, 4, 6, and 9.
5 digits
End in an even number
The digits must add up to a number divisible
by 9
The last two digits must form a number
divisible by 4
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Students  at a school dance formed equal
teams to play a game. When they formed
teams of 3,4,5,or 6, there was always one
person left out. What is the smallest
number of students who could have been at
the dance?
61   students.

The  least common multiple of the
numbers is 60. Since, 3, 4, 5, and 6
go into 60 evenly, and there was one
student leftover, there would be 61
students.
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