# Mathematical Vocabulary Use chapters 1, 2, and 3 of your textbook to define the following vocabulary. 1. Define: Denominator Type answer here 2. Define: Numerator Type answer h

Mathematical Vocabulary

Use chapters 1, 2, and 3 of your textbook to define the following vocabulary.

1.    Define: Denominator

2.    Define: Numerator

3.    Define: Proper fraction

4.    Define: Improper fraction

5.    Define: Mixed number

6.    Define: Decimal

7.    Define: Least common denominator (LCD)

Fraction PracticeUsing chapter 2 of your textbook, practice your fraction skills below. These fractions may contain common factors in the numerator and denominator. Please type the simplest form of the fraction.

8.      Type  46   in the simplest form.

9.      Type  115   in the simplest form.

CalculationsPlease use chapters 1, 2, and 3 of your textbook to solve the following problems. Please show your work for all questions except 17 and 18.

10.  Evaluate:

732,178 + 167 – 542,137 = Type answer here

11.  Evaluate:

26.45 + 4.79 + 120.02 – 3.20 = Type answer here

12.  Add and write the fraction or mixed number in its simplest form:

25  +  14  + 710  = Type answer here

13.  Multiply and write the fraction or mixed number in its simplest form:

25   x  67  = Type answer here

14.  Divide and write the fraction or mixed number in its simplest form:

14   ÷  38   = Type answer here

15.  Convert:

312  into an improper fraction = Type answer here

16.  Convert:

218  into an improper fraction = Type answer here

17.  Convert:

15   into a decimal  = Type answer here

18.  Convert:

12   into a decimal = Type answer here

Calculations

Use chapters 1, 2, and 3 of your textbook to solve the following problems.  Show your work and apply the order of operations.

19.  Evaluate:

5 x (8-4) ÷ 4 – 2 = Type answer here

20.  Evaluate:

164  + 56 – (3 + 4 – 1) = Type answer here

21.  Evaluate:

3.6 (5 x 4) ÷ 3 + 5.0 = Type answer here

22.  Jonia knows that Mr. Robinson needs 14 tablets for a week’s supply of an anti-inflammatory drug.  Mr. Robinson is going on vacation and needs a 4-week supply. How many tablets does Jonia need to fill his prescription?