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**A Little More . . .**A Little Less**Metric**Madness**A Little More . . .**A Little Less Metric Madness It Figures! Potpourri Word Up! Fabulous Fractions $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500**1-100**Jake lost 6.2 pounds on his diet the first week and 3.7 pounds the next week. How many more pounds did he lose in the first week than the second? 1 - 100 A. 11.8 B. 9.9 C. 5 D. 2.5 $100**1-100A**1 - 100 D. 2.5 $100**1-200**In three meals Seth ate 17.12, 9.6, and 5.4 grams of fat. How many grams of fat did Seth eat in all? A. 32.12 B. 22.12 C. 2.1 D. 26.7 $200**1-200A**1 - 100 A. 32.12 $200**1-300**A construction crew used 122 boxes of nails to build 4 houses. If the crew used the same number of boxes of nails on each house, how many boxes were used to build one house? A. 488 B. 118 C. 30.5 D. 26.5 $300**1-300A**C. 30.5 1 - 100 $300**1-400**Derik jogs 1.7 miles every day. How many miles did he jog in 2 weeks? A. 23.8 B. 218 C. 238 D. 21.8 $400**1-400A**A. 23.8 1 - 100 $400**1-500**Don found some rocks for his collection that cost $1.65 each. He bought 5 sets of them and paid with a ten dollar bill. How much change did he receive? Show your work or explain your answer. $500**1-500A**1 - 100 $ 1.75 Multiply $ 1.65 x 5 = $8.25 Subtract $10.00 - $8.25 = $1.75 $500**2-100**Jack's mother bought groceries for a cookout. She spent $103 and gave the clerk $150. What is a reasonable estimate for the change she received? 1 - 100 A. A little more than $40 B. A little less than $40 C. A little more than $50 D. A little less than $50 $100**2-100A**1 - 100 D. A little less than $50. $100**2-200**Ms. Smith's class read 2,803 pages in one month and 3,745 pages the next month. She estimated the total pages for both months by adding 3,000 + 4,000. Would her estimate be more or less than the actual answer? A. Less, because she rounded both numbers up B. More, because she rounded both numbers up C. Less, because she rounded both numbers down D. More, because she rounded both numbers down $200**2-200A**1 - 100 B. More, because she rounded both numbers up. $200**2-300**Charlie bought a telescope for $148.95 including tax. He gave the clerk $200. Which of the following is a reasonable estimate for the change Charlie should receive? A. A little less than $60 B. A little more than $60 C. A little less than $50 D. A little more than $50 $300**2-300A**1 - 100 D. A little more than $50 $300**2-400**To estimate the product of 182.2 x 21.1, Melissa multiplied 180 x 20. Would her estimate be more or less than the actual product? A. Less, because she rounded both numbers up B. More, because she rounded both numbers up C. Less, because she rounded both numbers down D. More, because she rounded both numbers down $400**2-400A**1 - 100 C. Less, because she rounded both numbers down. $400**2-500**Mike's math class lasts 48 minutes each day. He noticed there are 19 school days in October. Is Mike's estimate of 1000 minutes for the month of October a reasonable estimate? Explain or show your work. $500**2-500A**1 - 100 Yes, this is a reasonable estimate. 50 x 20 = 1000 minutes $500**3-100**1 - 100 2 1/6 + 3 4/6 A. 6 5/6 B. 5 5/6 C. 5 5/12 D. 1 1/2 $100**3-100A**1 - 100 B. 5 5/6 $100**3-200**George ate 19 3/4 mini pizzas. Martha at 5 1/3 mini pizzas. About how many more mini pizzas did George eat than Martha? A. Less than 5 B. Between 6 and 8 C. Between 9 and 11 D. More than 12 $200**3-200A**1 - 100 D. More than 12. $200**3-300**Create 3 equivalent fractions for 2/3 $300**3-300A**1 - 100 Answers will vary. 4/6 6/9 8/12 $300**3-400**1/5 x 4 = A. 1/20 B. 20 C. 4/5 D. 1 1/4 $400**3-400A**1 - 100 C. 4/5 $400**3-500**13 5/6 - 9 1/3 A. 23 B. 4 1/2 C. 3 1/2 D. 4 5/6 $500**3-500A**1 - 100 B. 4 1/2 $500**4-100**1 - 100 Jonah can reach 2 meters high. How many centimeters is that? A. 200 centimeters B. 2.0 centimeters C. 2000 centimeters D. 20 centimeters $100**4-100A**1 - 100 A. 200 Centimeters $100**4-200**Which unit is the best to use when measuring the length of a student's desk? A. grams B. centimeters C. miles D. kilometers $200**4-200A**1 - 100 B. Centimeters $200**4-300**Gina had a package that weighed 5.5 kilograms. How many grams is that? A. 505 B. 550 C. 5050 D. 5500 $300**4-300A**1 - 100 D. 5500 $300**4-400**The nearest playground to Tim's house is 9500 meters. How many kilometers is that? A. 95 kilometers B. 9.5 kilometers C. 905 kilometers D. 950 kilometers $400**4-400A**1 - 100 B. 9.5 kilometers $400**4-500**The side of a table is 136 centimeters long. How many meters is that? A. 1.36 meters B. 13.6 meters C. 1360 meters D. 0,136 meters $500**4-500A**1 - 100 A. 1.36 meters $500**5-100**1 - 100 Which shape is a parallelogram? C. A. B. D. $100**5-100A**1 - 100 A. $100