Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 1 1) Write the number in standard and expanded notation. Eight hundred sixty-two thousand, four hundred forty-eight Standard notation ______________________________________________________ Expanded notation ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 2) Round to the nearest indicated place. 18,673 Nearest ten-thousand: _________________________________________ Nearest hundred: _________________________________________ 3) 2,248 – 664 4) 34,563 + 45,703 5) 56(32) 6) 45.7 + 1.36 7) Use partial quotients: 68 ÷ 15 8) Order from greatest to least. a) b) .708, 7.5, .73, .701, 7.17 , , , Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 2 1) Find an equivalent for each of the following. = a) b) = c) 2) 47(23) 4) Convert to common fraction notation. a) 5) 3) .83 = b) .09 = = Use partial quotients: 136 ÷ 21 c) .7 = Write the value of each underlined digit. a) 34,456,783 ________________________________________________ b) 784.893 ________________________________________________ c) 3.07609 ________________________________________________ 6) 8.4 - .654 8) Find the average. 63, 72, 76, 68, 75, 81 7) 40,000 – 6,785 Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 3 1) Round to the nearest indicated place. 34,518,673 2) Nearest million: _________________________________________ Nearest ten-thousand: _________________________________________ Nearest hundred: _________________________________________ Convert to decimal form and order from greatest to least .008, , 8.102, .888, 3) 72 x 68 4) Use partial quotients: 149 ÷ 32 5) 23.67 + 1.567 6) 7) Write the number in standard and expanded notation. Mixed Number Improper Fraction Nine hundred sixty-two million, sixty-two thousand, nine hundred twenty-six Standard notation ______________________________________________________ Expanded notation ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 4 Compare the values by indicating >, <, or =. Column A >,< or = Column B 1) 0.57 2) The value represented by the 7 in the number 37,428 3) The value represented by the 3 in the number 37,428 142 x 38 x 0 142 x 38 + 0 360 x 10 36 x 100 6,203 - 689 6,103 - 589 4) 5) 6) cup cup 7) The number of sides on an octagon The number of sides on a hexagon 8) .46 .4 1,752 + 468 1,750 + 470 4 meters 500 centimeters 9) 10) Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 5 1) Order from least to greatest. 2,003,590; 2) 2,300,590; 2,030,590; 2,033,590 Round to the nearest indicated place. 429,682 3) 5) 7) Nearest tens: __________________________________ Nearest thousands: __________________________________ 386(9) + 4) 516 ÷ 4 6) 2 - 1.3 The perimeter of the following shape is 422 cm. The length is 141 cm. What is the width? Identify the shape. Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 6 1) Find the area of the following rectangle. 12 ft. 25 ft. Area = ____________________ 2) Find the mean, median, and mode. 24, 24, 32, 26, 30, 20 Mean ___________________ Median ___________________ Mode ___________________ 3) 64,020 – 3,847 5) = + 4) 4 3 6) $23.98 + $13.02 Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 7 Complete. 1) 7 m = __________ cm 2) 10 km = __________ m 3) 30,000 g = __________ kg 4) $73.64 x 5 5) Complete each equivalent fraction. = = = = 6) Ms. Jones brought 54 cookies to school for her class. She gave 2 cookies to each of her 24 students. How many cookies did Ms. Jones have left? 7) Students measured the playground and found that it was 42 yards long. How many feet long was the playground? 8) How many right angles are in the quadrilateral below? _________ Summer Practice Name _____________________________ Week 8 Compare the values by indicating >, <, or =. Column A >,< or = Column B 1) 1 2) 3) 4) 5) The area of a rectangle which is 15 feet long and 8 feet wide The number of faces in Figure A The area of a square with a length of 12 feet. The number of faces in Figure B The cost of 10 pounds of apples at 15¢ per pound The cost of 5 pounds of pears at 30¢ per pound 80,000 + 30 + 8 80,380 6) 7) 8) 4 ones The average of 7, 9, 10, 14, and 21 The average of 7, 9, 12, 16, and 21 32 x 12 (32 x 10) + (32 x 2) 9) 10) 1.08 1.8 2,186 - 29 2,187 - 30

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