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1. Draw a shape that has no lines of symmetry. 2. Draw a shape that has exactly 1 line of symmetry. Draw the line of symmetry. 3. Draw a shape that has exactly 2 lines of symmetry. Draw the lines of symmetry. 4. Draw a shape that has more than two lines of symmetry. Draw the lines of symmetry. 5. Which figure below is a translation (slide) of the original figure? 6. Which figure below shows the original figure 1 rotated (turned) counterclockwise turn? 4

Original [A] [B]

[C]

Original [A] [B]

7. Use a transparent mirror to draw the reflection of the pre-image.

[C]

pre-image image line of reflection

8. Use a transparent mirror to draw the other half of the figure across the line of symmetry.

line of symmetry

11. Add or subtract. 5 3 a. + 7 7 1 10 b. 1 + 4 11 1 10 c. 1 − 4 11 5 1 d. − 6 2 12. Add. 3+ 9

9. Fill in the table of equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents.

Fraction 1 4

Decimal Percent

13. Miss Paul had $50.90 in her saving account. She withdrew $10.39. A week later, she deposited $10.05. What is the new balance in her saving account? Write a number model to show what you did. Measure each angle below as accurately as you can. From the following, choose the type for each angle: acute, right, obtuse, straight, or reflex. 14.

N

**0.75 60 % 010 . 90 % 6 6 10. Add or subtract. 2 3 a. = + 5 5 2 2 b. = + 3 3 3 1 c. − = _____ 3 3 2 1 d. − = _____ 5 5
**

15.

E L M

C

D

16. Locate the position of the decimal point in the quotient. 5185 = 259.25 ÷ 5 17. Locate the position of the decimal point in the product. 2.52 ∗ 54 = 13608

[1]

line of symmetry

[2] [8]

Fraction

[3] 1 4

Decimal Percent

0.75 60 % 010 . [5] 90 % [6] [9] 6 6

[4]

**a. __________ b. __________ c. __________ [10] d. __________
**

pre-image image line of reflection

[7]

a. b. c. [11] d. [12]

Answer: Write a number model to show what you did. [13] Number model: ∠ N L M: ° ; angle type: acute right [14] obtuse straight reflex ∠ ECD: ° ; angle type: acute right [15] obtuse straight reflex [16] [17]

Sample answers:

Sample answers:

[1] Sample answers:

[2] [4] Sample answers: [5] [A] [6] [C]

[3]

[7]

pre-image image line of reflection

[12] 12

Answer: $50.56 Number model: [13] $50.90 − $10.39 + $10.05 = $50.56

line of symmetry

b

g

**[14] ∠ N L M : 69 ° ; angle type: acute
**

[8]

[15] ∠ EC D: 129 ° ; angle type: obtuse

Fraction 1 4 3 4 3 5 1 10 9 10 6 6

Decimal Percent 0.25 0.75 0.60 . 010 0.90 100 . 25 %

[16] 51.85 [17] 136.08

75 % 60 % 10 % 90 % 100 %

[9] a. 1 4 b. 3 2 c. 3 1 d. [10] 5 8 7

a.

7 44 15 c. 44 1 d. [11] 3 b. 2

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