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Fractions & Decimals: To the Power of Awesome True or False
1.
Simplify
. > 0.5
True
False
2.
Simplify
. > 4.5
True
False
3.
Simplify
. > 12.25
True
False
4.
Add the shaded areas.
>
True
False
5.
Simplify
. >
True
False
6.
Oooooh, the Krispy Kreme "hot" light is on! You buy a dozen donuts for $7.50 and then stop at Starbucks to get three lattes for $8.85. You are splitting this treat with two friends. How much do you each owe? > $16.35
True
False
7.
Simplify
. >
True
False
8.
Subtract the shaded areas.
>
True
False
9.
You are master procrastinator. Quite easily, you can waste
of an hour on Facebook,
of an hour chatting with friends, and
of an hour on iTunes. How many minutes (of that precious hour) are left to do homework? > 13 minutes
True
False
10.
What is the product of seven hundred thirtyfour and five hundredths, and fiftysix and onetenth? > 41180.205
True
False
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