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**Unit Four Study Guide
**

Write > or < to make a true sentence. 11. List the first ten multiples of 9.

1. 9.28 61

. 12. List the factor pairs of 12.

**______ and ______ , ______ and ______ ,
**

2. 8.708 16

. ______ and ______

3. 9.3 + 31

. 14.8 + 19

. 13. Add mentally or with a paper-and-pencil

algorithm.

12.51 + 14.86 =

4. Write > or < to make a true sentence.

15.72 − 10.27 6.2 − 2.9

14. Add mentally or with a paper-and-pencil

algorithm.

5. Write the following set of numbers in order = 0.68 + 6.34

from smallest to largest.

0.004, 3.3, 55

. , 0.07, 0.05, 12

.

15. Subtract mentally or with a paper-and-pencil

algorithm.

6. Write 2 numbers between 1 and 2. Use $18.54 − $12.10 =

decimals.

**16. Add mentally or with a paper-and-pencil
**

7. Write 2 numbers between 5 and 6. Use algorithm.

decimals. = $9.78 + $10.47

**8. Measure the line segment below to the nearest 17. Find the solution of the open sentence.
**

centimeter. 130 + r = 148

**18. Find the solution of the open sentence.
**

9. Measure the line segment below to the nearest 44 − m = 16

half-centimeter.

**19. Find the solution of each open sentence.
**

4 ∗ m = 28

**10. Draw a line segment that is 12.5 centimeters
**

long. 20. Write the solution for the open sentence.

35 n = 7

21. Write 0.6 as a fraction.

**22. Measure the length of the line segment in millimeters.
**

Record your measurements in millimeters and centimeters.

**23. Measure the length of the line segment in millimeters.
**

Record your measurements in millimeters and centimeters.

24. Mrs. Hopkins had $70.48 in her savings account. She withdrew $30.84. A week later, she deposited

$30.47. What is the new balance in her savings account? Explain how you found your answer.

25. Pete was working with base-10 blocks. He was using the big cube as the ONE. The flats were tenths. Pete

counted 12 longs: ‘one-tenth, two-tenths, three-tenths, four-tenths, five-tenths, six-tenths, seven-tenths,

eight tenths, nine-tenths, ten-tenths, eleven-tenths, twelve-tenths’. He wrote 0.12 to show what the blocks

were worth. Is Pete right? Explain how you found your answer.

[1] [19] Solution:

[2] [20] Solution: __________

[3] [21]

[4] [22]

[5] [23]

[6]

[7]

[8]

[9]

[10]

[11]

[12]

[13]

[14]

[15]

[16]

[17] Solution: __________

[18] Solution: __________

Answer: __________

Write what you did to find the answer

[24]

[25]

[1] 9.28 > 61

. [19] Solution: 7

[2] 8.708 > 16

. [20] 5

[3] 9.3 + 31

. < 14.8 + 19

. 6

[21] 10

[4] 15.72 − 10.27 > 6.2 − 2.9

[22] 42 millimeters; 4.2 centimeters

[5] 0.004, 0.05, 0.07, 12

. , 3.3, 55

.

[23] 122 millimeters; 12.2 centimeters

**[6] Sample Answer: 1.5, 1.125
**

Answer: $70.11

Sample answer: First I subtracted $30.84 from

[7] Sample Answer: 5.3, 5.87 $70.48 and got a difference of $39.64. Then I

added $30.47 to $39.64 and got the new balance

[24] of $70.11.

[8] 5 cm

**Sample answer: No, 0.12 is the decimal for 12
**

[9] 4 cm [25] hundredths, and Pete counted 12 tenths.

[10] The line should measure 12.5 centimeters.

[11] 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, 90

[12] 1 and 12, 2 and 6, 3 and 4

[13] 27.37

[14] 7.02

[15] $6.44

[16] $20.25

[17] 18

[18] 28

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