Happy Monday! Tonight's Cyber Monday has two purposes. First, it is your traditional Monday homework that needs to be completed in an organized way to be checked tomorrow. Second, it is a review of what you will see on your order of operations summative assessment that you will be taking tomorrow. This assessment is your last grade for the 1st quarter which ends on 10/13. The questions below are practice Progressing (2), Mastering (3), and Innovating (4) problems that you will see on tomorrow's assessment. Good luck!
Progressing: Write the following exponent in EXPANDED FORM and STANDARD FORM.
Progressing: Write the following in EXPONENTIAL FORM and STANDARD FORM.
3 x 3 x 3 x 3
Mastering: Solve the following expressions using Order of Operations.
42 + 5 + 2(5-3)
the correct symbols [+, -, ⦁,
÷, ()] to make the following equation true. You may not need to use all of the
symbols, and you may use the same symbol more than once.
8 4 2 = 2
**Check your student email or parent email for the answers to these questions**
It is very important to be able to convert improper fractions into mixed numbers. Many times when we add, subtract, multiply, or divide fractional numbers our final answer often ends up being an improper fraction. It is our job to understand the process of converting these numbers into an appropriate format. Here is how you do it!
It is also important to know how to convert mixed numbers into improper fractions. In order to multiply and divide mixed numbers you must be able to due this. I call this process "THE CIRCLE OF TRUST." This is how you do it!
1) (6th Grade Standard) Sanjay's Sweets sells donuts in packages of 8. Across town, Shelby Pastries sells donuts in packages of 12. If Mason wants to buy the same number of donuts from each bakery for a taste test, what is the smallest number of donuts he will have to buy from each?
2) (6th Grade Standard) Use PEMDAS to solve the following expression.
3) (5th Grade Standard) Use the image below to create three numbers that are in exponential form. The, for each of the numbers you created, re-write them all in expanded form and standard form.
Challenge (Optional): Ella is learning to drive, so this weekend she practiced driving 1 5/6 miles with her mother and another 2 11/12 miles with her father. How far did Ella drive in all?
Simplify your answer and write it as a whole or mixed number.
1) (6th Grade Standard) For a Cinco de Mayo party, Robert is placing sets of chips and salsa throughout the house. He has 10 bags of chips and 12 jars of salsa, which he wants to distribute evenly with no bags of chips or jars of salsa left over. What is the greatest number of places Robert can put the chips and salsa?
2) (6th Grade Standard) Philip bought a package of 28 steel beams. The total weight of the beams was 4,596 pounds. How much did each beam weigh?
3) (5th Grade Standard) List 3 prime numbers, 3 composite numbers, and 3 square numbers.
Two 6th Grade teams are in the last round if the district math finals. The two teams were asked to solve different math problems. The problems and the solutions are shown below. Identify which problems are solved correctly to determine who wins the finals.
The next skill that we will be working on mastering is PEMDAS or Order of Operations. The 'E' stands for exponents. It is a special skill that all mathematicians need to understand and be able to use. Here a fun video that might help you to remember.