Keywords: Common Core, Algebra: Patterns and Graphing
Spiral Review
Question 1
Ramona had \(8\frac{3}{8}\) in. of ribbon. She used \(2\frac{1}{2}\) in. for an art project. How many inches of ribbon does she have left? Find the difference in simplest form.
\(\large 5\frac{1}{8}\) in.
\(\large 5\frac{7}{8}\) in.
\(\large 6\frac{1}{8}\) in.
\(\large 6\frac{1}{6}\) in.
Question 2
Molly uses 192 beads to make a bracelet and a necklace. It takes 5 times as many beads to make a necklace than it does to make a bracelet. How many beads are used to make the necklace?
32
37
160
167
Question 3
Jessie bought 3 T-shirts for $6 each and 4 T-shirts for $5 each. Which expression can you use to describe what Jessie bought?
\(3+6+4+5\)
\((3+6)\times(4+5)\)
\((3\times6)+(4\times5)\)
\((3\times6)\times(4\times5)\)
Question 4
A student athlete runs \(3\frac{1}{3}\) miles in 30 minutes. A professional runner can run \(1\frac{1}{4}\) times as far in 30 minutes. How far can the professional runner run in 30 minutes?
\(\large 3\frac{1}{12}\) miles
\(\large 4\frac{1}{6}\) miles
\(\large 4\frac{2}{7}\) miles
\(\large 4\frac{7}{12}\) miles
Question 5
To make one costume, Rachel uses 6 yards of material and 3 yards of trim. Suppose she uses a total of 48 yards of material to make several costumes. How many yards of trim does she use? Write the rule you used to find the number of yards of trim.
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Question 6
Terry uses 3 cups of pecans to decorate the tops of 12 pecan pies. She puts an equal amount of pecans on each pie. How many cups of pecans does she put on each pie?
\( 9\) cups
\( 4\) cups
\(\large \frac{1}{3}\) cup
\(\large \frac{1}{4}\) cup
Question 7
Ms. Angelino made 2 pans of lasagna and cut each pan into twelfths. Her family ate \(1\frac{1}{12}\) pans of lasagna for dinner. How many pans of lasagna were left?
\(\large \frac{11}{12}\)
\(\large 1\frac{11}{12}\)
\(\large 2\frac{1}{12}\)
\(\large3 \frac{1}{12}\)
Question 8
What is the next number in this pattern?
\(0.54, 0.6, 0.66, 0.72, \blacksquare, . . .\)
0.76
0.78
0.8
0.82
Question 9
On a certain day, $1 is worth 30.23 Russian rubles. Omar has $75. How many rubles will he get in exchange?
2,267.25
2,256.25
362.76
2.48
Question 10
For which expression will the quotient be greater than 100?