MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Explain how you can use base-ten blocks to find2.16 divided by 3

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Answer 1
Answer: You can use ten blocks to find 2.16/3 by using 7 base ten blocks and two base one blocks

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HIGH SCHOOL

5/8 of an inch in fraction form and decimal dorm

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5/8 inches

Fraction form: 5/8
Decimal form: 0.625
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Brad puts an equal amount of money in his savings account once a month. He started with $25. The next month, he had $35 in his account. Two months after that, he had $55 in his account. How much money will Brad have in his account after 6 months?

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He adds $10 a month. He starts with $25. $10 times 6 months equals $60. $25+$60=$85
Hope I helped
First, find how much money he puts into his account each month.

Month 1 - starting amount = 35 - 25 = 10.

Using this information, you can write the equation:
t = total amount  m = number of months after start
t = 25 + 10m

You can check whether or not this equation is correct by plugging in the other information given.
55 = 25 + 10(3)
55 = 25 + 30
55 = 55
The equation is correct.

Now, you can plug in 6 for the number of months.
t = 25 + 10m
t = 25 + 10(6)
t = 25 + 60
t = 85

Brad will have $85 in his account after six months.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Here are three sequences of numbers. The first three numbers are related by a specific pattern that produces the fourth number. Find out what the rule is and find the missing number. 4 3 6 = 8
3 5 5 = 3
6 3 3 = ?

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Multiply the third number by the second, then multiply this result by the first.

6/3 = 2   ==>   4*2 = 8

5/5 = 1   ==>   3*1 = 3

3/3 = 1   ==>   6*1 = 6

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