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```Name __________________________________________________________________________ Date ____________
Summer Packet
4.
42 – 7.11 =
decimals. NO
CALCULATORS. Be sure to
show all work.
1.
2.
3.
113.06 – 48.114 =
365.57 – 222.4 =
67 + 4.53 =
5.
Multiply or divide the
decimals. NO
CALCULATORS. Be sure to
show all work.
8.
4.02 × 0.16 =
9.
2.16 × 9.6 =
10.
4 × 0.4 =
543.26 + 0.055 =
6.
73.68 + 0.327 =
7.
700.421 – 0.9 =
11.
60 ÷ 1.25 =
fractions. NO
CALCULATORS. Be sure to
show all work. Show
18.
15.
12.
0.7 × 23 =
19.
16.
13.
1.375 ÷ 0.05 =
20.
17.
14.
324.52 ÷ 7.6 =
Multiply or divide the
fractions. NO
CALCULATORS. Be sure to
show all work. Show
28.
16 out of 48
29.
40 min. per hour
24.
21.
25.
Write each rate as a unit
rate.
30. 600 students to 30
teachers
22.
26.
31.
23.
Write each ratio or rate in
simplest form.
27.
27 to 9
\$800 for 40 tickets
32. 6 inches of rain in 3
weeks
Determine whether each pair
of ratios forms a proportion.
37.
Write each percent as a
fraction in simplest form.
33.
42.
20%
43.
3%
44.
82%
38.
34.
Write each ratio or fraction
as a percent.
35.
39.
3 out of 5
Write each percent as a
decimal.
40.
45.
2%
46.
29%
47.
1.68%
11 out of 25
Solve each proportion.
36.
41.
Write each decimal as a
percent.
48.
0.35
Find the mean, median, and
mode, and range for each
set of data. When
necessary, round to the
nearest tenth.
54.
49.
0.9
50.
6.21
2, 7, 9, 12, 5, 14, 4, 8, 3, 10
Write each fraction as a
percent.
51.
56.
Determine whether each
number is prime, composite,
or neither.
55.
25.5, 26.7, 20.9, 23.4,
26.8, 24.0, 25.7
57.
17
52.
58.
1
53.
59.
25
Find the prime factorization
of each number.
List the first six multiples of
each number.
60.
65.
6
66.
8
61.
20
52
A date is chosen at random
from the calendar below.
Find the probability of
choosing each date.
Find the Least Common
Multiple of each set of
numbers.
67.
5, 15
69. The date is the
thirteenth.
Find the Greatest Common
Factor
62.
63.
64.
68.
8, 10
70.
The date is Friday.
71.
It is after the twenty-fifth.
72.
It is before the seventh.
4, 12
8, 24
16, 20, 36
73. It is an odd numbered
date.
74. The date is divisible by 3.
79.
Order each set of rational
numbers for least to
greatest.
80.
Replace each blank with a <,
>, or = to make a true
statement.
75.
–5.6 _______ 4.2
76.
0.233 ______
77.
_______
78.
_______ 0.375
12.56 _______
81.
```