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Unit Seven Study Guide
Write two equivalent fractions. 1 1 1 1 1
9. , , , ,
3 14 2 7 8
1
1.
6 10. If the pattern block trapezoid is the whole, what
fraction of the whole is the pattern block
triangle?
3
2.
5
11. Look at the figure below.

6
3.
10

Compare. Write >, <, or = .

a. What fraction of the given rectangle are 2
1 1 squares? 1 rectangle?
4. b. What fraction of the rectangle do 2 squares
3 5
and 1 rectangle cover?

13 3
5. 1
14 14 12. If the cube represents , what represents the
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unit whole?
Compare. Write >, <, or = .
1
13. Two triangles are of the whole. Write the
3 6 2
6. name of the pattern block that is
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a. 1 whole
1
b. 1 whole
5 3 2
7.
16 5

Write the set of fractions in order from smallest to
largest.

4 3 9 7 5
8. , , , ,
10 10 10 10 10
1 5 3
14. Sara had 8 quarters. She spent of them on 21. Which fraction is larger: or ? Explain how
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video games. you know.
a. How many quarters did she spend?
b. How many quarters does she have left?
c. How much money does she have left? 22. a. Divide the spinner so that a paper clip will
1
land on R about of the time and on B about
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15. A bag contains 4 blue blocks, 5 purple blocks, 4 1
green blocks, and 5 yellow blocks. You put your of the time. The remaining part of the spinner
3
hand in the bag and pull out a block. About
represents Y.
what fraction of the time would you expect to
get a yellow block?

16. Plot and label each point on the coordinate grid.
b
A 6,2 g
FG
1 IJ 7
H
B 4 ,1
2 K 6
b
C 2,1 g 5 b. About what fraction of the time do you think
FG 1 IJ 4 the clip will land on Y?

H
D 1,3
2 K 3
b
E 3,5 g 2 23. Add or subtract. Use pattern blocks.
b
F 6,6 g 1
a. = +
6 3
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9
2 2
b. = +
4 4
17. Multiply. Use a paper-and-pencil algorithm of 3 1
c. − = _____
your choice. 4 4
40 ∗ 65 = _____ 6 1
d. − = _____
9 9

18. Multiply. Use a paper-and-pencil algorithm of
your choice. 24. Solve using pattern blocks. Explain your
= 54 ∗ 61 strategy.
1 1
+
6 3
19. Divide. Use a paper-and-pencil algorithm of
your choice.
65 ÷ 2 =

20. Divide. Use a paper-and-pencil algorithm of
your choice.
7 495
1
25. It took Denise of an hour to drive from Zion
3
2
to Platt and of an hour to drive from Platt to
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Rome. To figure out her total driving time,
Denise wrote the following number model:
1 2 3
+ = .
3 6 9
3
Do you agree that it took her about of an
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hour? Explain your answer.
[1] [16]

[2] [17]

[3] [18]

[4] [19]

[5] [20]

[6]

[7]

[8]

[9]

[10]

a. __________

[11] b. __________

[12]

a. __________

[13] b. __________

a. quarters

b. quarters

[14] c. $

[15]
[21]

a.

[22] b. _____

a. __________

b. __________

c. __________

[23] d. __________

[24]

[25]
3 10 a. 2 quarters
Sample answer: b. 6 quarters
[1] 18 60
[14] c. $1.50

9 30
Sample answer: 5
[2] 15 50
[15] 18

3 12
Sample answer:
[3] 5 20
7
6 F
E
[4] > 5
4
D
[5] > 3
2
A
1
[6] = C B
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
[16]
[7] <
[17] 2,600
3 4 5 7 9
, , , ,
[8] 10 10 10 10 10 [18] 3,294

1 1 1 1 1 1
, , , , Answer: 32
[9] 14 8 7 3 2 [19] 2

1 5
[10] 3 70
[20] 7

1 1 3
a. ;
2 2 5
1 [21] Explanations will vary.
b.
[11] 1

[12] the long

a. parallelogram
[13] b. parallelogram
a. Sample answer:

B
Y

R

1
b.
[22] 2

a. 1
b. 1
2
c.
4
5
d.
[23] 9

1
2
[24] Explanations will vary.

Sample answer: No. Denise added the fractions
by adding the numerators and adding the
denominators. To add fractions, you have to find
[25] a common denominator first.