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## Chapter 5 and 6 Study Guide

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by: TreShawn Wilford

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# Chapter 5 and 6 Study Guide MA 137

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COURSE
Math for Elementary Teachers
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Renee Figueroa
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Math, Elementary, Teaching
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by TreShawn Wilford on Saturday March 26, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to MA 137 at University of Colorado Colorado Springs taught by Renee Figueroa in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Math for Elementary Teachers in Math at University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

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Date Created: 03/26/16
Chapter 5 & 6 Test Review Chapter 5 1.How many factors do each of the following numbers have ? A. 2 x 3 B. 3^3 x 5^2 C. 5^2 x 7^3 x 11^4 2.using the prime factorization method to find the GCFs. A. GCF(12,18) B. GCF(42,38) 3.True or False Every prime number is odd. T/F The number 12 is a multiple of 36. T/F The larger a number, the more prime factors it has. T/F 4.Determine the number of factors for each of the following numbers. A. 360 B. 216 C. 900 5. Fine the LCM of the following pairs. A. 144,120 B. 147,70 Chapter 6 1.Draw a sketch to show why ¾= 6/8 2.Calculate 52/3+37/8 3.Write in simplest form A. 12/18 B. 34/85 4.True or False Every whole number is a fraction. T/F Improper fractions are always greater than 1. T/F 5.Calculate. A. 4/9 + 5/12 C. 4/5 x 15/16 B. 7/15 – 8/25 D. 8/7 \ 7/8

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