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Unit 6 Review. Fractions. I can find the FACTORS of any given number. List the factors for the numbers below. 28. (1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28). (1, 3, 5, 15). 15. I can identify MULTIPLES of any given number. List the first 5 multiples for the numbers below. 12. (7, 14, 21, 28, 35). 7.

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Unit 6 Review

Fractions

### I can find the FACTORS of any given number.

List the factors for the numbers below.

28

(1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28)

(1, 3, 5, 15)

15

### I can identify MULTIPLES of any given number.

List the first 5 multiples for the numbers below.

12

(7, 14, 21, 28, 35)

7

(12, 24, 36, 48, 60)

Mrs. Darnley is having a cookout for Easter. She is serving hot dogs. Hot dogs come in packages of 8 but rolls come in packages of 6. What is the smallest number of packages she can buy so that she has a roll for each hot dog?

3 packages of hot dogs & 4 packages of rolls.

Forks come in packages of 8. Spoons come in packages of 10. Mrs. Vogel wanted to buy the smallest number of forks and spoons should that she can pair up exactly 1 fork with one spoon for her place settings. How many packages of spoons and forks did she need to buy?

5 packs of forks and 4 packs of spoons.

### I can identify a number as PRIME or COMPOSITE.

Identify each as prime/composite

composite

21

18

composite

23

prime

27

composite

Solve:

+

3

Solve:

+

3

Solve:

2⅖

1⅗

+

4

Solve:

2⅖

1⅗

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### I can solve fraction WORD PROBLEMS.

Mrs. Beck was making cookies for a party. The recipe called for ¾ of a cup of sugar. She was making 6 batches of cookies. How many cups of sugar will she need?

4½ cups

Mrs. Darnley was making six Easter baskets for her nephews. She wanted to put 2/3 of a cup of jelly beans in each basket. If she has 5 cups of jelly beans how much will she have left over after making the baskets?

1 cup

Ryan was cutting wood to make a model airplane. He needed to cut a piece that was 2 ¾ feet long and one that was 1 ¾ feet long. How long of a piece should he buy?

4 ½ ft

Eddie cut lawns on Saturday and lawns on Sunday. How many lawns did he cut over the weekend?

6 1/9 lawns

Kaylee found a bag of money in the hallway. The bag contained 2 quarters, 8 dimes and 11 pennies.What fraction of the coins are the quarters?What is the value of all of the money in the bag?

2/21

\$1.41

100 of the 4th grade students voted on where to go on a field trip. 2/10 of the students voted to go to a Bisons’ game, 3/5 of the students voted to go to Darien Lake and the rest of the students wanted to go to the science museum. How many students wanted to see the Bisons’ game?

20

100 of the 4th grade students voted on where to go on a field trip. 2/10 of the students voted to go to a Bisons’ game, 3/5 of the students voted to go to Darien Lake and the rest of the students wanted to go to the science museum. How many students wanted to go to Darien Lake?

60