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Name
5-6
Solve. Make a proof drawing.
Show your work.
1. Megan bakes 57 biscuits. Each bag holds
10 biscuits. How many bags will be full?
How many biscuits will be left over?
5
7
bags
biscuits left over
Estimate and then measure each side.
Then find the distance around the triangle.
2.
a. Complete the table.
A
5
cm
Side
C
3
5
Estimate Measure
3 cm
Estimates
AB
cm
cm
B
BC
may
5 cm
CA
vary.
5 cm
b. Find the distance around the triangle.
3
cm +
5
cm +
5
13
cm
Nathan’s Garage
6
Cars
4
Trucks
Buses
8
4. Stretch Your Thinking Look at the completed table
in Exercise 3. Explain how the bars would look if the
information were in a bar graph.
Possible answer: The bar showing cars would go to the number 6, the bar
showing trucks would be the shortest and go to the number 4, and the bar
showing buses would go to the number 8. That would be the longest bar.
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UNIT 5 LESSON 6
Read Bar Graphs
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3. Nathan has 6 cars, 4 trucks, and
8 buses in his toy garage.
Complete the table to show this.
cm =
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