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Name: Monday What number goes on top? Weekly Math Homework - 3 Teacher: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday In the problem to the left, make another row that would go underneath the pyramid. Jon places a dot on a coordinate plane at (-10, -4). He wants to place another dot across the y-axis, and it must be 14 points away. Where will Jon place the other dot? Every row and column must add to 24. Use only the numbers 4 to 12. Use Order of Operations to simplify. Find the quotient. How long will it take you to bike 225 miles at a speed of 15 miles per hour? 33 – (32 ÷ 2) + 7 Write an expression that would represent the number line below. –34.7 + –7.85 Divide. Express your answer in simplest form. . 60 + 8.75 Simplify: 7 111 ÷ 2 12 |-12| ____ 12 Jim had $3,067.48 in his checking account. He wrote a check to pay for two airplane tickets. His account now has $1,845.24. How much did each ticket cost? The morning temp in Atlanta, 1 Georgia is 21 °C. During 4 2 the day, it warms up 6 °C. 6 What is the new temperature? ______ 13 ) 3,445 Add the following. 238 + 337 Divide. 76 – (43 ) (-12) - -31 = Simplify: The temperature at noon on a winter day was 8° C. At midnight, the temperature had dropped 15°. What was the temperature at midnight? 12 7.3 × 4 Evaulate: −21 + 12 = A rectangular room has a perimeter of 70m and is 20m long. Write an equation to represent the area. Solve the equation: 200 + (-93) + (-99) = 42 + (-43) + 52 (-75) + (-53) + (-63) -30 – (-21) An architectural drawing of a building shows the elevation of the basement floor to be –12 feet. The elevation of the roof is 32 feet. What is the total distance from the roof to the basement floor? . 15 – (-15) A football team gained 6 yards on a first down, lost 15 yards on the second down, and gained 12 yards on the third down. How many yards do they need to gain on the fourth down to have a 10 yard gain from their starting position? |−24| + (-13) - 5 -6 – (-12) + 23 Carla’s credit card statement showed that she owed $350. She made a payment of $200, then she charged $23 for gasoline. She returned a sweater she had charged earlier for a refund of $35. Then she charged $15 at the bookstore. What is her new balance? If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat? © One Stop Teacher Shop & © BOOM! Feeny Math Resources My Work Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday My Progress MONDAY # of questions _____ # correct _____ I need more help with… ______________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ TUESDAY # of questions _____ # correct _____ I need more help with… ______________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat? WEDNESDAY # of questions _____ # correct _____ I need more help with… ______________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ THURSDAY # of questions _____ # correct _____ I need more help with… ______________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ © One Stop Teacher Shop & © BOOM! Feeny Math Resources Monday What number goes on top? 33 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday In the problem to the left, make another row that would go underneath the pyramid. 12230 Jon places a dot on a coordinate plane at (-10, -4). He wants to place another dot across the y-axis, and it must be 14 points away. Where will Jon place the other dot? (4,-4) Every row and column must add to 24. Use only the numbers 4 to 12. Use Order of Operations to simplify. Find the quotient. How long will it take you to bike 225 miles at a speed of 15 miles per hour? 15 hours Circle = 26 Tri = 18 Square = 27 Write an expression that would represent the number line below. -4-1 33 – (32 ÷ 2) + 7 18 The morning temp in Atlanta, Subtract –34.7 from –7.85 26.85 ______ 13 ) 3,445 265 Georgia is 21 1 4 Add the following. °C. During the 2 day, it warms up 6 °C. What 7 is the new temperature? 15 27 o 238 + 337 Divide. In 1999, bus fare in Atlanta was $4.70. In 1979, the fare 5 28 Divide. Express your answer in simplest form. 7 111 ÷ 212 36 55 7 Convert 9 to a decimal by long division. 0. 7̅ Jim had $3,067.48 in his checking account. He wrote a check to pay for two airplane tickets. His account now has $1,845.24. How much did each ticket cost? $611.12 Simplify: 6 + 8.75 10 9.35 76 ÷ (–3.8) -20 Simplify: 11 7.3 × 4 20.075 Solve the equation: 98 = 3 − 4 34 A rectangular room has a perimeter of 70m and is 20m long. Write an equation to represent the area. A=70m x 20m Solve the equation: − 4 = (−20) 3 x=-48 was 2 5 45 56 the fare in 1999. What was the fare in 1979? 1.88 If you had 28 10 dollars, how much money would that be in dollars and cents (rounded to the nearest penny)? $2.80 An office has an area of 120m2 and it is 12m wide. Write an equation to represent the area. 120m2=12m x length Circle the GCF of 28x3 and 16x2y2. Find the GCF of 18a and 20ab. Circle the common factors of 18w and 30wz. 2a 6, 6w, 6xz, 3z, 28x3: 2 ∙ 2 ∙ 7 ∙ ∙ ∙ 3w, z, 10w, w 16x2y2: 2 ∙ 2 ∙ 2 ∙ 2 ∙ ∙ ∙ ∙ Find the GCF of 24m and 16mn. Circle the common factors of 16a and 20ab. Find the GCF of 20xy and 24xyz. 8m 2, 2a, 4ab, 4, 4xy Expand the following: 1 (10 − 25) 5 2x-5 Expand the following: 2 (12 − 9) 3 8x-6 a, 8b, 4a, 12b If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat? © One Stop Teacher Shop & © BOOM! Feeny Math Resources