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By George Watson

This distinctive source offers one hundred ninety high-interest, ready-to-use actions to aid scholars grasp simple arithmetic abilities— together with entire numbers, decimals, fractions, chances, funds suggestions, geometry and dimension, charts and graphs, and pre-algebra— to be used with scholars of various skill levels.All actions are classroom-tested and provided in quite a few enjoyable codecs, akin to puzzles, crosswords, matching, word/number searches, quantity substitutions, and extra. Plus, many actions contain "Quick entry info" flags offering worthwhile details on key techniques.

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270 Is the problem written correctly? 830 If not, write it correctly here. 5 2. Is the answer correct? 5 If not, put the correct answer here. 5 Is the problem written correctly? 9 If not, write it correctly here. 4 3. ➜ ➜ Is the answer correct? 8 If not, put the correct answer here. 5 Is the problem written correctly? 135 If not, write it correctly here. ➜ Is the answer correct? (YES or NO) If not, put the correct answer here. 40 ➜ Copyright © 2003 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Below are three problems with answers.

Question numbers at the top require answers to be placed from top to bottom (vertically). It is your choice as to which questions to calculate. As the puzzle is partially completed, it may be a benefit to calculate a combination of vertical and horizontal answers. HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1. 3, 146, 298 + 12, 345 8 1 2. 4. 10 1 5 11 12 13 6 14 7, 832, 549 - 1, 279, 984 14, 134 # 327 5. 7, 271, 349 - 129, 879 3, 827, 755 + 36, 987 9. 150, 883 # 7 3 0 3 6 5 10. 5, 399, 671 - 147, 258 5 2 4 1 8 5 6 11.

25 __________ ★ 5. 3 __________ ★ 6. 2 __________ ★ 7. 75 __________ ★ 8. 40 __________ 9. 75 __________ ★ 10. 5 __________ ★ 11. 90 __________ 12. 4 __________ ★ 13. 20 __________ 14. 9 __________ 15. 92 __________ Copyright © 2003 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ★ 50 NAME DATE 46. Expressing Decimals as Fractions: Part Two ★ A. Complete the following. Express all fractions in the simplest form. 1. 33 = 6. 9 = 3 9 1 2. 31 = 7 100 7. 02 = 3. 5 = 7 2 8. 5 = 4 1 4. 25 = 7 1 9. 125 = 7 1 5. 66 = Copyright © 2003 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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