Math Review

Students should review their past quizzes, tests and workbooks to practice the following:

Place Value:

Students should know the order in the place value chart:


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Numbers in Word Forms:

Ex. Write each number as word form:

a.) 1,867 = _______________

Ex. Write each number as standard form:

a.) Four hundred thirty-four and nine tenths. = ________________

Ex. Write the number as expanded form:

624 385 = ______________________

Ex. What is another name for 567? (Answer: 5 hundreds, 6 tens, 7 ones)

 

Patterns

Ex. Complete the following pattern:

a.) 15, 20, ____, ____, ____, 40

Ex. Mr. Frank is making some flashcards for each classroom at school. In each classroom, he needs to use 24 flashcards.

a.) Calculate the number of flashcards he will need in 2 classrooms and in 5 classrooms.

Equality signs – whole numbers and decimals:

Ex. Compare each pair of numbers. Use an inequality sign ( <, >, =).

  1. 985, 762 c 984, 632

Order from least to greatest – whole numbers and decimals

Ex. Order the numbers from least to greatest.

  1. 987, 777 8,989, 633            878, 723            323, 909            213, 434

__________________________________________________________________________

Ex. Order the numbers from least to greatest.

  1. 23 1.25            0.723            3.909            3.1

__________________________________________________________________________

Rounding decimals and whole numbers:

Ex. Round each decimal to the nearest hundredth.

  • = _______________

Ex. Round each decimal to the nearest tenth.

0.43 = __________________

Ex. Round each decimal to the nearest whole number.

2.1 = __________________

Ex. Round to the nearest 10.

2013 = __________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adding and Subtracting decimals

Ex. 20.6 – 3.1 = ___________

Ex. 6.5 + 4.61 =___________

Conversions

Examples:

  • 3 cm à __________mm
  • 2 mm à ___________cm
  • 55 km à ___________m
  • 23 m à ____________cm
  • 443 mm à ___________m
  • 110 cm à _________­­­__km

Perimeters à see last test

Sample questions:

Find the perimeter of the following:

Drawing shapes with given perimeters

From last test:

Ex. Draw a four-sided polygon (shape) with a perimeter of 14.6cm.

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