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Math homework

1. Write 0.60 as a percent and fraction? Show your work.

2. Ms. Yaomoto thinks that 3/5 is equal to 30%, is she correct? Why or why not?

3. Use a model to prove your answer from question 2.

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Perseus video:

Math homework

1. Write 0.60 as a percent and fraction? Show your work.

2. Ms. Yaomoto thinks that 3/5 is equal to 30%, is she correct? Why or why not?

3. Use a model to prove your answer from question 2.

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1. 30 Minutes + reading log

2. Time for kids magazine article: Chimpanzee

3. Two math problems

1. Denise took a total of 6 quizzes over the course of 2 weeks. How many weeks of school will

Denise have to attend this quarter before she will have taken a total of 9 quizzes? Solve using

unit rates.

2. If I bought 6 pencils for $2.70, how much did I pay for one pencil? Show on a model.

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1. Victor, Sydney, and Kai competed in a race. They each ran at a different pace. Who would win if, Victor runs 15 yards in 3 minutes, Sydney runs 27 yards in 9 minutes, and Kai runs 49 yards in 7 minutes?

2. If the ratio of girls to boys is 2:4. How many boy are there if there’s are a total of 236 students?

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Math:

1. If the ratio of boys to girls is 4:8, how many boys are there if there are a total number of 276 students? Think: Tape diagram.

2. Which is the better buy? 7-pack of jump ropes for $29.12 or 9-pack of jump ropes for $37.89. Find the unit rate then compare.

Myth Video:

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1. Vons and Alberson’s are having a sale on chips. Von’s is selling 5 bags of Doritos for $9.00 while Albertson’s is selling 6 bags for $11.40.

a. What is Vons unit rate? (Price per bag)

b. What is Albersons’ unit price? (Price per bag)

c. Which is the better buy? Why?

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**Unit conversion word problem: roadtrip**: The challenge in a word problem sometimes is knowing which numbers to choose when creating a simple equation. In this unit conversion word problem we’ll answer the common question: “How much will a road trip cost me in gas?”

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1. Ellie grew 10 plants with 5 seed packets. With 6 seed packets, how many total plants can Ellie have in her backyard? Solve using unit rates.

2. In math class the ratio of girls to boys is 9 to 4. If there are a total of 26 students, how many girls are there? Use a tape diagram to solve.

3. Denise took a total of 6 quizzes over the course of 2 weeks. How many weeks of school will Denise have to attend this quarter before she will have taken a total of 9 quizzes? Solve using unit rates.

4. If I bought 6 pencils for $2.70, how much did I pay for one pencil? Show on a model.

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Write question and solve. Use any model to represent your answer. Answer in a complete sentence.

1. The corporate team-building event will cost $16 if it has 4 attendees. How many attendees can there be, at most, if the budget for the corporate team-building event is $20? Solve using unit rates.

2. A 5-kilogram bag of potatoes costs $9.90. What is the unit price?

3. A 5-pack of dish towels costs $5.30. What is the unit price?

4. Are these ratios equivalent? How do you know?

3 drivers : 1 day and 17 drivers : 11 days

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