|Practice filling out tables of equivalent ratios.
|Numbers to 100
|Practice finding missing numbers in a list of numbers between 0 and 100.
|Solve inequalities that take two steps to solve. For example, solve 3x + 2 > 5.
|Model with composite functions
|Given two basic functions that model a real-world situation, compose them in order to model a more complex situation.
|Add and subtract fractions word problems
|Practice solving fraction addition and subtraction word problems. The fractions in these problems have unlike denominators.
|Solid geometry word problems
|Solve problems concerning real-world situations with the volumes of cones, cylinders, and spheres.
|Commas and adjectives
|Learn about coordinate adjectives and putting commas between them.
|Identify prepositional phrases and how to use them!
|Making small numbers in different ways
|Practice making a number by adding other numbers. All numbers in these problems are less than 10.
|Simple and compound sentences
|Identify which sentences are simple and which are compound
|Unit fractions on the number line
|Use unit fractions to think about the location of other fractions on the number line.
|Equations with one rational expression (advanced)
|Solve equations that have one rational expression whose numerator and denominator are polynomial expressions.
|Systems of equations with substitution
|Solve systems of equations where one of the equations is solved for one of the variables.
|Commas in dialogue, tag questions, direct address, and yes-or-no responses
|Find and use commas to set off dialogue, in tag questions, for direct address, and for yes-and-no responses.
|Two sample intervals for means
|For example, given a context, select the expression for a 95% confidence interval.
|Sequences word problems
|Given a verbal description of a real-world relationship, determine the sequence that models that relationship.
|Piecewise functions graphs
|Match the formula of a piecewise function to its graph.
|Associative property of multiplication
|Practice changing the grouping of factors in multiplication problems and see how it affects the product.
|Give your brain a workout with these challenge problems on rounding.
|Find an angle's measure when given the measures of its parts.
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