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Arrange desks in groups Yini Angie Jessica Cindy Natalie Kelly Moeka Scarlet Grace Luke Yiyun Sung. Ho Tiger Benjamin Jonathan Hanson Jason Lee Bryan Sean Ray Erica Julia Tiffany Chalsea Bianca Addison Ning Raymond Jason Qiu Computer & Teacher Desk Nov. 12 – Review game Ken

Guidelines • Logistics – Name your team – Each person should have paper and pencil – Choose your buzzer beater - who is also your spokesperson • Points earned for: – Correct answer – Teamwork and self-discipline (+2 for the team that shows this consistently throughout the game)

Word Problem Frenzy Reviewing concepts from Chapters 1 through 3

Problem 1 Paul stops by the market to buy his lunch. The market is selling bananas for $. 22 each and sandwiches for $3. 95. How much does Paul spend if he buys a sandwich and four bananas?

Problem 2 Glenda ran 8 miles in 2 ½ hours. If she runs at the same average speed, how far can she run in 1 hour?

Problem 3 For an assembly, the left side of the gym can seat 228 people and the right side can seat 144 people. The principal wants the same number of chairs in each row on both sides. How many chairs does the setup committee need to put in each row?

Problem 4 A city requires an 8. 25% sales tax to be added to all merchandise sold at shops or restaurants. Randy is opening a new coffee shop. If he sells a mug of hot chocolate for $2. 15 (pretax), how much would a customer need to pay?

Problem 5 A poster measures 38 cm across. If a photocopy machine is used to make a copy that is 3/5 of the original size, what is the width of the copy?

Problem 6 A backyard measures 80 ft x 125 ft. A garden is planted in one corner of it. The garden measures 15 ft x 22 ft. How much of the backyard is not part of the garden?

Problem 7 A rock climber climbs down into the Grand Canyon at a rate of 2 ft/min. How long will it take him to climb down 57 ft?

Problem 8 On a track for remote-controlled racing cars, racing car A completes the track in 28 seconds, while racing car B completes it in 24 seconds. If they both start at the same time, after how many seconds will they be side by side again?

Problem 9 Marissa created a platform for the set of the school play. She used boards that are each 3. 15 in. wide. If the platform is 37. 8 in. wide, how many boards did Marissa use?

Problem 10 There are 8 ¾ cups of flour in a batch of cookies. If each batch makes 6 servings, how many cups of flour are there in each serving?

Problem 11 Order from least to greatest. -1/3, 0. 3, -0. 35, -3/10

Problem 12 You are making curtains to cover the top of four windows. Each window is 15 5/8 in. wide. You have to buy material by the yard. How many yards should you buy?

Problem 13 Samuel is 5/8 in. taller than Jackie. Shelly is 0. 7 in. taller than Jackie. Who is the tallest?

Problem 14 An adult’s heart beats 20 times in 15 sec. How many times will it beat in one day?

Problem 15 What is 7. 2 x 103 multiplied by 2 x 104? Write your answer in scientific notation.

Answers: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Paul will spend $4. 83. Glenda can run 3 1/5 miles. Each row will have 12 chairs. A mug of hot chocolate will cost $2. 33. The copy is 22 4/5 cm wide. 9, 670 ft 2 of the backyard is not part of the garden. It will take the rock climber 28. 5 minutes to descend 50 ft. The cars will be side by side again after 168 seconds. Marissa used 12 boards. There are 1 11/24 cups (or 35/24) cups in one serving. From least to greatest: -0. 35, -1/3, -3/10, 0. 3 You should buy 2 yards of material for the curtains. Shelly is the tallest. An adult’s heart will beat 115, 200 times in a day. The product is 1. 54 x 108.