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Grade 6 McGraw Hill Glencoe - Answer Keys
Chapter 4: Multiply and Divide Fractions; Mid-Chapter Review
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Road Trip
The Johanssens are traveling across the country to visit relatives. Mr. Johanssen set the cruise control and drove at a constant speed for \(\begin{align}622\frac{1}{2}\end{align}\) miles. He took breaks, but remained at an average constant speed when driving. Some of the data related to the trip appear in the table below:
The following year, Mr. Johanssen rents a vehicle for the same trip. The speedometer in this vehicle registeres speeds in kilometers per hour instead of miles per hour. He wants to drive at a constant rate of 70 miles per hour. What is the maximum speed in kilometers per hour that he can drive to not exceed a rate of 70 miles per hour? Express your answer as a mixed number. Remember that 1 mile is approximately equal to \(1\large\frac{3}{5}\) kilometers
Seven-eighths of the students in Mr. Klingel’s class watched television last night. The table lists the fraction of those students that watched each type of show. What fraction of the entire class watched a reality show?
Nathan deposited \(\frac{7}{9}\) of his allowance into his savings account. He spent the remaining amount, or $2.50. How much did Nathan deposit into his savings account?
It is recommended that \(\frac{3}{5}\) of the Calories a person consumes come from carbohydrates. If \(\frac{1}{12}\) of those Calories should be from fiber, what fraction of the total number of Calories should come from fiber?
To make \(4\frac{1}{2}\) gallons of ice cream, it takes \(6\frac{3}{10}\) gallons of milk. How many gallons of milk does it take to make one gallon of ice cream?