Primary Mathematics Textbook 2B [Standards Edition]
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Original edition published under the title Primary Mathematics Textbook 2B © 1982 Curriculum Planning & Development Division, Ministry of Education, Singapore Published by Times Media Private Limited This edition © 2008 Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited © 2014 Marshall Cavendish Education Pte Ltd

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is a complete program from the publishers of Singapore's successful Primary Mathematics series. Newly adapted to align with the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools, the program aims to equip students with sound concept development, critical thinking and efficient problem-solving skills.

Mathematical concepts are introduced in the opening pages and taught to mastery through specific learning tasks that allow for immediate assessment and consolidation.

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CO~TE~TS 7

Addition and Subtraction 1 2 3

Finding the Missing Number Practice A Methods for Mental Addition Methods for Mental Subtraction Practice B

REVIEW7

8

21

Multiplication and Division 1 2 3

4

Multiplying and Dividing by 4 Practice A Multiplying and Dividing by 5 Practice B Multiplying and Dividing by 10 Practice C Practice D Division with Remainder Practice E

REVIEWS

9

8 13 14 17 20

24 29 30 33 34 36 37 38 41

42

Money Dollars and Cents Practice A 2 Adding Money 3 Subtracting Money Practice B Practice C

44

REVIEW9

60

1

49 50 54 58 59

10

Fractions

~~

1 Halves and Quarters 2 Writing Fractions 3 Fraction of a Set REVIEW 10

, Time 1 Telling Time After the Hour 8 7 2 Telling Time Before the Hour . . . . . ._. ..__.. 3 Time Intervals 4 Other Units of Time REVIEW 11

12

Capacity

~· 1

Comparing Capacity 2 Liters 3 Gallons, Quarts, Pints and Cups REVIEW 12

Tables and Graphs

~•· 1

Picture Graphs 2 Bar Graphs REVIEW 13

Geometry ~~

1 Flat and Curved Faces 2 Making Shapes REVIEW 14 REVIEW 15

Glossary

76

78 80 84

86

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Finding the Missing Number

part

part

whole 7 and

make 12.

.•-

7 + 8

-

12

To find one part, we subtract.

12 - 7 - 5

1.

How many flowers do I take away?

20 -

- 12

9

2.

Complete the number sentences.

..

(a) () Q)

part

00 ()0 0 00 00 00 00 00 00 0 00 0 00 00 whole

part

To find one part, we subtract.

14 +

- 30

(b)

whole

part

To find one part, we subtract.

21 -

- 5

10

part

(c)

whole

part

part

To find the whole, we add.

- 6 -

18

3. Find the missing number in each of the following: (a) 4 +

-- 13

(b) 20

(c) 9 +

--

(d) 47

39

-- 13 - 19 - 10

(e)

+ 8

-- 15

(f)

7

(g)

+ 14 -- 60

(h)

16 -- 40 iW

Exercise 1, pages 7-8

4. There are 68 red beads in a bottle. How many more red beads are needed to make 100?

+ 30

+2

68

70

+ 32 11

100

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5.

What number must be added to 53 to give the answer 100?

•• •• ,.,.

9 tens and 10 ones make 100.

1 .

-

53 + 100

...

100

53

,, +

'

6.

5 tens tens 9 tens

3 ones ones 10 ones

Find the missing number in each of the following:

= 100

(a) 34 + (c)

7.

100

(b) 76 +

+ 82 = 100

(d)

+ 9

= 100 = 100

Find the value of (a) 100 - 26

(b) 100 - 61

(c) 100 - 42

(d) 100 - 96

(e) 100 - 2

(f) 100 - 8

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Exercise 2. pages 9-1 o

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1. Find the missing number in each of the following: (a)

+ 25 - 40

(b) 23

- 6

(c)

+ 17 - 56

(d) 43

- 21

(e) 58 +

- 72

(f)

- 79

- 11

(g) 46 +

- 100

(h)

18

- 54

(i) (~

+ 25 - 100

(j) 100 -

- 93

- 100

(1) 100 -

- 57

63 +

2. Find the value of each of the following: (a) 100 - 38

(b) 100 - 99

(c) 100 - 98

(d) 100 - 4

(e) 100 - 9

(f) 100 - 3

3. A farmer had 215 ducks. After selling some of them, he had 36 ducks left. How many ducks did he sell? 4. Mr. Perez bought a camera for $127. He had $53 left. How much money did he have at first? 5. A cabbage weighs 324 g. A cucumber weighs 86 g less than the cabbage. ~ (a) What is the weight of the cucumber? ~ (b) Find the total weight of the cabbage~, and the cucumber. ~ 13

e

Methods for Mental Addition What number is 20 more than 356?

3 hundreds

5 tens

6 ones

356 Add 2 tens to 356.

+ 20

-

356 + 20

=

What number is 2 more than 356? What number is 200 more than 356?

14

1. Find the value of (a) 43 + 6

(b) 38 + 7

(c) S6 + S

(d) 20 + 30

(e) 40 + SO

(f) 80 + 60

(g) 24 + 30

(h) 43 +

so

(i) 87 + 60 (W

2.

Exercise 3. pages 11 -12

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Find the value of

s

(a) 1S3 + 9

(b) 278 +

(c) 60S + 7

(d) 320 + 60

(e) 23S + 70

(g) 200 + 200

(h)

soo

(j) 2S6 + 200

(~

S04 + 300 + 100

(f) 164 +

+ 300

(i) 400 + :w

so soo

Exercise 4. pages 13-14

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3. Add 43 and 26 .

•• •• ••

43 + 20

63 + 6

43 + 26

/\

20 6 Add 20 to 43 first .

69

43 + 26 4.

Find the value of (a) S 1 + 18

(b) 6S + 12

(c) 72 + 16

(d) 36 + 47

(e) S6 + 2S

(f) 29 + 3S

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Exercise 5. page 15

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5.

Add 99 and 4. 99 + 4 = 100 + 3

/\

1

3

99 and 1 make 100.

99 + 4 = 6.

7.

Find the value of

(a) 99 + 2

(b) 99 + 9

(c) 98 + 5

(d) 99 + 46

(e) 99 + 58

(f) 98 + 36

(a) 28 + 99

(b) 54 + 99

(c) 95 + 99

(d) 57 + 98

(e) 86 + 98

(f) 99 + 98

Find the value of

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8.

Add 237 and 99.

237 + 99

I\

236

= 236

1

99 and 1 make 100.

237 + 99 9.

+ 100



-.

=

Find the value of

(a) 256 + 99

(b) 307 + 99

(c) 99 + 652

(d) 104 + 98

(e) 463 + 98

(f) 98 + 299

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0

Methods for Mental Subtraction What number is 40 less than 578?

5 hundreds

7 tens

8 ones

578

Subtract 4 tens from 578.

-40

-

578 - 40 -

What number is 4 less than 578? What number is 400 less than 578?

17

1.

Find the value of (a) 38 - 2

(b) 24 - 6

(c) 70 - 9

so -

30

(e) 70 - 20

(f) 90 -

(g) S1 - 30

(h) 78 - 20

(i) 9S -

(d)

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2.

so so

Exercise 8. pages 18-19

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Find the value of (a) 230 - 7

(b) 206 - 9

(c)411 -8

(d) 780 - 60

(e) 4SO - 70

(f) S40 - 80

soo -

200

(h) 700 - 400

(i) 900 - 300

(j) S42 - 200

(k) 7S3 - 400

(1) 908 - 300

(g)

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Exercise 9, pages 20-21

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3. Subtract 23 from S4. 54 - 23

/\

20 3

Subtract 20 from 54 first.

S4

- 20

34

- 3

31

S4 - 23 4.

Find the value of (a) S8 - 17

(b) 87 - 16

(c) 42 - 12

(d) 32 - 2S

(e) 6S - 48

(f) 7S - S6

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Exercise 10, pages 22-23

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5. Subtract 99 from 300. 300 - 99 = 200 + 1

I \

200 100

•-.

Subtract 99 from 100.

300 - 99 6.

=

Find the value of (a) 200 - 99

(b) 400 - 99

(c) 900 - 99

(d) 700 - 98

(e) 500 - 98

(f) 800 - 98 !fil

Exercise 11, page 24

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7. Subtract 98 from 203. 203 - 98

I \

= 103

103 100

+ 2 •

Subtract 98 from 100.

-

203 - 98 8.

9.

Find the value of (a) 102 - 99

(b) 308 - 99

(c) 605 - 99

(d) 304 - 98

(e) 401 - 98

(f) 706 - 98

(a) 240 - 99

(b) 346 - 99

(c) 712 - 99

(d) 321 - 98

(e) 554 - 98

(f) 930 - 98

Find the value of

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Exercise 12. page 25

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Find the value of each of the following:

1. 234 73 2. 3. 105 4. 56 5. 325 6.

(a) + + -

8 16 7 15 99

365 62 512 74 406

(b) + + -

80 99 300 32 98

705 98 420 89 600

(c) + + -

200 304 80 27 99

(a) What number is 5 more than 299? (b) What number is 7 less than 406?

7. There are 92 students in a school cafeteria. 57 of them are boys. How many girls are there? 8. Seth had $500. He bought a washing machine and had $98 left. Find the cost of the washing machine. 9. A toaster costs $64. It costs $15 more than a kettle. What is the cost of the kettle? 10. There were 98 There were 40 (a) How many (b) How many

boys and 86 girls at a concert. more children than adults. children were there? adults were there?

20

Find the value of each of the following:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

316 185 409 751 400

(a) + + + -

70 65 98 20 198

0

1

2

1 Cm

r

(b) 287 + 40 333 + 78 176 + 54 505 - so 422 - 63

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153 425 399 214 600

3

6

7

r

I

'

I

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(c) + + + -

8

9

10

tI

I

I

I

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~ (a) Which is shorter, the stick or the pencil? (b) How much shorter? 7.

1 ft

=

in.

8.

The watermelon weighs

The pear weighs

oz.

lb. 21

57 75 99 36 98 11

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1'

1.2

I

9.

Find the next two numbers in this regular number pattern:

99

I 98

297

396

?

10. (a) A number has 4 tens, 5 ones and 7 hundreds. What is the number? (b) Write the number in words. 11. After using 255 eggs to make cakes, Mrs. Ward had 45 eggs left. How many eggs did she have at first? 12. Mr. Hernandez made 185 chicken tortillas. He made 28 more cheese tortillas than chicken tortillas. How many cheese tortillas did he make? 13. Joshua is 135 cm tall. He is 29 cm shorter than David. Find David's height. 14. John weighs 65 lb. His sister weighs 19 lb less. What is her weight? 15. 1000 people were invited to an exhibition. Only 958 people were present at the exhibition. How many people were not present? 16. Mrs. Owens sold 105 eggs on Monday morning. She sold 95 eggs on Monday afternoon. Find the total number of eggs she sold on Monday. 22

17. Raj had a rope 18 ft long. He cut it into 3 equal pieces. Find the length of each piece. 18. Juan sold 215 copies of newspapers on Saturday. He sold 285 copies of newspapers on Sunday. (a) How many copies of newspapers did he sell on both days? (b) How many more copies of newspapers did he sell on Sunday than on Saturday? 19. Stacie had 200 kg of cherries. She sold 86 kg on the first day and 54 kg on the second day. (a) How many kilograms of cherries did she sell altogether? (b) How many kilograms of cherries did she have left? 20. The television costs $85 less than the microwave. (a) Find the cost of the television. (b) Find the total cost of the television and the microwave.

23

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Review

s. pages

26-29

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MUI.TIPl.ICATIO-- MD DIYISIO~

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Multiplying and Dividing by 4 Count the stickers by 4's.

4

8 12 16

20

24 28

32 36 40 24

There are 4 stickers in each row. (a) How many stickers are there in 3 rows? Count by 4's: 4, 8, 12

4 x 3 -

There are

stickers in 3 rows.

(b) How many stickers are there in 7 rows?

7 -

Count by 4's: 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28

There are

stickers in 7 rows.

4

1.

x

(a) Multiply 4 by 4. 4

x

4

x 9 -

4 -

(b) Multiply 4 by 9.

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Exercise 1. pages 30-32

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2. 4

x

8 = 32

8X4= 3. What are the missing numbers?

4X5=20

4.

Complete the number sentences.

4 x 1 = 4 4 x 2 = 8 4 x 3 =• 4 x 4 =• 4 x 5 4 x 6 4 x 7 4 x 8 4 x 9

1

2

x 4=4 x 4=.

3 X4= •

4 x 4 =. 5 x 4 = .

=• =• =•

6 X4= •

=•

8 X4= •

=•

X4= • 10 x 4 =

7

9

4 x 10 -

26

x 4=.

5.

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

----

4 X 6 is 4 more than 20.

20 4 4

x 5 -x 6 --

20

;(II

6.

Exercises 2 and 3, pages 33-39

(a) Divide 12 tomatoes into 4 equal groups. How many tomatoes are there in each group?

12 + 4 There are

=

tomatoes in each group.

(b) Divide 12 tomatoes into groups of 4. How many groups are there?

12 + 4 There are

l

3

groups.

x 4 = 12

. 4 -

'T

27

-

I

7. What are the missing numbers? 8

x

4

32 + 4

8.

= 32

=

Find the value of (a)

= 4 =

4 + 4

(d) 24 +

(b) 16 + 4

=

(e) 12 + 4 =

= 4 =

(c) 36 + 4 (f) 40 +

9. Suhua saves the same amount of money every day. (a) If she saves $32 in 4 days, how much does she save a day? $32 + 4 She saves

a day.

(b) If she saves $4 a day, how many days does she take to save $40? $40 + $4 She takes

=

days to save $40.

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Exercise 4. pages 40-42

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Find the value of each of the following: (a)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3 4 4

x 4 . 4

x 6 8 . 4 36 . 4

(b) 7 32 4 20 12

(c)

x 4 x

..

4 10 4 4

2 x 4 16 + 4 4 x 8 40 . 4 24 + 4

6.

A taxi can carry 4 passengers. How many passengers can 5 taxis carry?

7.

Mr. Baker packs 16 kg of flour equally into 4 bags. How many kilograms of flour are there in each bag?

8.

6 children went to a library. Each child borrowed 4 books. How many books did they borrow altogether?

9.

Mr. Rogers bought 4 T-shirts for $40. How much did 1 T-shirt cost?

10. Miss Wells made 4 sets of cushion covers. She used 8 m of cloth for each set. How many meters of cloth did she use altogether? 11. There are 36 glasses packed in boxes. Each box holds 9 glasses. How many boxes are there?

29

0

Multiplyin g and Dividing by 5 Count the picture cards by S's.

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

30

1. At a sale, picture cards were sold at 5 for $1. (a) Sara bought some picture cards for $3. How many picture cards did she buy?

5

x

Count by S's: S, 10, 1S

3 -

She bought

picture cards.

(b) Dani bought some picture cards for $8. How many picture cards did she buy?

5

Count by S's: S, 10, 1S, 20, 2S, 30, 3S,40

x 8 -

She bought

picture cards.

2. Russell bought 9 five-cent stamps. How much did he pay? Count by S's: S, 10, 1S, 20, 2S, 30, 3S,40,4S

5

x 9

=

He paid 31

3. How much money is there in each set? (a)

(b)

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Exercise

s. page

43

I

4. What are the missing numbers? 5

x

4 = 20

4

x

5

=

5. Find the value of

x

(a) 7 X 5

(b) 6

(d) 5 x 5

(e) 5 X 2

5

(c)

1 X 5

(f) 10 'W

x

5

Exercise 6. pages 44-45

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6. What are the missing numbers?

15 + 5 7.

=

Find the value of (a) 30 . 5

(b)

5 . 5

(c) 25 · 5

(d) 10 . 5

(e) 50 . 5

(f) 45 . 5

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Exercise 7, pages 46-48

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Find the value of each of the following:

1. 2.

3. 4. 5.

5 15 5 20 40

(a)

(b)

x

4 x 5 25 . 5 5 x 9 30 . 5 . 5

5 . 5 x 1 . 5 . 5

so

(c) 7 5 5 45 35

6. Mrs. Larson bought 5 kg of prawns. 1 kg of prawns cost $8. How much did she pay for the prawns? 7. A baker sold 5 chocolate cakes a day. Each chocolate cake cost $7. How much money did he receive? 8.

5 people spent $45 for lunch together. They shared the cost of the lunch equally. How much did each person spend?

9. Jamie packed 25 cookies into packets of 5. How many packets of cookies did she get? 10. Carlos bought 3 kg of grapes. How much did he pay?

11. Lindsey paid $30 for 5 kg of clams. What was the cost of 1 kg of clams? 33

x

5 . 5 x 3 . 5 . 5

E) Multiplying and Dividing by 10 Count the eggs by tens.

1.

10

20

30

40

so

60

70

80

90

100

In a supermarket, eggs were sold in trays of 10 each. (a) Dakota bought 4 trays of eggs. How many eggs did she buy? 10 x 4

Count by tens:

=

She bought

10, 20, 30, 40 eggs.

(b) Michelle bought 6 trays of eggs. How many eggs did she buy? 10

x

6

Count by tens:

=

She bought

10, 20, 30,40, 50, 60 eggs. 34

2.

How much money is there in each set?

(a)

(b)

3.

What are the missing numbers?

4.

Find the value of

(a) 10 X 3

(d) 5.

2 x 10

10 X 10

(e)

1 X 10

(c) 10 X 9 (f) tm

6 X 10 Exercise B. pages 49-51

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What are the missing numbers?

so 6.

(b)

+ 10

=

Find the value of

(a) 60

10

(b)

10

(c) 10 : 10

(d) 40

10

(e) 100 · 10

(f) 90 : 10

30

35

.

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Exercise 9. pages 52-54

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Find the value of each of the following: 1.

2. 3.

4. 5.

(a)

(b)

x

1 x 10 . 20 . 10 10 x 5 . 10 . 10 80 . 10

10 . 10 60 10 x 6 30 . 10 100 . 10

4

(c) 7 70 10 90

x ..

x

. so ..

10 10 10 10 10

6. Mrs. Rodriguez bought 10 movie tickets. Each movie ticket cost $7. How much did she pay altogether? 7.

Emily bought 40 beads. The beads were sold in packets of 10. How many packets of beads did Emily buy?

8.

Saira made 10 jars of pineapple jam. She sold them at $3 for one jar. How much money did she receive?

9.

Maria paid $80 for 10 cans of paint. Find the cost of one can of paint.

10. Kristin bought 10 bags of sugar. Each bag weighed 5 kg. How many kilograms of sugar did she buy? 11. In a supermarket, muffins were sold in boxes of 10. Mrs. Ward bought 60 muffins. How many boxes of muffins did she buy? 36

Find the value of each of the following: (a)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6 12 4 40

x

9

x

.

4 4

x

8

. 5 5

(b)

(c)

2 x 10 40 10 5 x 5 28 . 4 10 x 3

6 x 5 20 + 5 9 x 4 35 . 5 8 x 10

6. Ashley paid $36 for 4 m of cloth. Find the cost of 1 m of cloth. 7. A tailor made 5 dresses. He used 3 m of cloth for each dress. How many meters of cloth did he use altogether? 8. A jigsaw puzzle costs $10. How many jigsaw puzzles can Matthew buy with $50? 9.

24 chairs are arranged equally in 4 rows. How many chairs are there in each row?

10. Mrs. Holt packed 40 pies into boxes of 5 each. How many boxes of pies were there? 11. Joe bought 8 boxes of greeting cards. There were 4 greeting cards in each box. How many greeting cards were there altogether?

37

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Division with Remainder

There are 9 birds on the tree. 2 groups of 4 birds fly to the ground. How many birds are left on the tree? 9 - 4 - 4

=

When we start with 9 and make groups of 4, there is 1 left over. 1.

Divide 9 balls equally into 4 groups. How many balls are there in each group? When we divide 9 balls into 4 equal groups, 1 ball is left over.

9 + 4 balls in each group. There is

ball left over. 38

2.

3.

Felicia packed 18 tomatoes into groups of 4 each. How many groups of tomatoes were there?

There were

groups of tomatoes.

There were

tomatoes left over.

7 milk cartons are put into groups of 3. How many groups of milk cartons are there? How many milk cartons are left over?

WWW WWW W 7 - 3 - 3 -

4.

left over

Cheyenne has 56 beads. She makes necklaces with 10 beads for each necklace. How many necklaces are there? How many beads are left over? 56 - 10 - 10 - 10 - 10 - 10 = 56 . 10 There are

left over

with necklaces with 39

beads left over.

5.

A gym teacher divided 12 children into 2 teams of 5 each. How many children were remaining? There were

6.

There are 23 cookies in a cookie jar. John shares them equally between 4 x 5 = 20 himself and 3 friends. 4 x 6 = 24 He puts the left over cookies back 20 cookies are shared. in the jar. 23 - 20 = How many cookies do each of them get? How many cookies does he put back in the jar?

=

23 + 4 John puts 7.

with

left over

cookies back in the jar.

2 children shared 15 baseball cards equally. How many baseball cards were left over? There were

8.

children remaining.

15 2

+

2 -

?

x

15 - 14

-

14

-

baseball cards left over.

Mimi can fit 4 oranges into a bag. How many bags will she need for 14 oranges? 14 - 4 - 4 - 4 14 + 4

=

=

with

left over

There are

left over.

She will need an extra bag for the left over oranges. Mimi will need

bags for 14 oranges. 40

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1. Seth had 23 toy soldiers. He arranged them in 2 rows of 10. How many toy soldiers were left over? 2.

There were 13 dogs at a dog show. They were put in groups of 3. How many dogs were not in a group?

3. Jada bought 37 orchids and put them in vases. She put 10 orchids in 1 vase each. How many vases did she use? How many orchids were left over? 4.

Kumar had 25 almonds. He ate 7 almonds, and gave 7 to his brother. The next day he took another 7 almonds to school. (a) How many groups of 7 almonds did he make? (b) How many almonds did he have left?

5.

26 students are going on a field trip in vans. Each van can hold 10 students besides the driver. How many vans are needed?

6.

At a store, apple tarts are packed into boxes that hold 5 apple tarts each. How many boxes are needed for packing 38 apple tarts?

41

Find the value of each of the following: (a)

1. 2.

3. 4. 5. 6.

3 x 20 . 4 x 30 . 10 x

(c)

(b)

4 4 9 5 10

5 x 8 50 . 10 10 x 7 32 . 4

4 x 7

9 25

x 10 . 5

4 x 4 10 5

. x

10 3

Dani packed 50 cupcakes equally into 5 boxes. How many cupcakes were there in each box?

7. Tracy bought 6 bags of oranges. There were 10 oranges in each bag. How many oranges did she buy altogether? 8.

Pablo spent $40 on lychees. How many kilograms of lychees did he buy?

9.

Carlos and John shared $16 equally. How much money did each boy receive?

10. 39 scouts go camping. 4 campers can share a tent. How many tents do they need?

~~~

11. Emma used 24 m of material to make curtains. She used 4 m of material for each set of curtains. (a) How many sets of curtains did she make? (b) How much material did she have left over?

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Find the value of each of the following: (a) 12. 781 + 19 13. 266 - 6 14. 6 x 2 15. 40 . 4

(b) 250 + 398 502 - 493 5 x 6 18 . 3

(c) 608 + 294 700 - 299 7 x 10 45 . 5

16.

(a) The pear weighs {b) The apple weighs

oz. oz.

(c) Which weighs more? How much more? 17. The total length of 2 pieces of ribbon is 9 in. One piece of ribbon is 5 in. long. Find the length of the other piece of ribbon. 18. 1 lb of grapes costs $3. Mrs. King bought 7 lb of grapes. How much did she pay? 19. Nicole used 27 yd of cloth to make dresses. She used 5 yd of cloth for each dress. (a) How many dresses did she make? (b) How much cloth did she have left over? 43

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Dollars and Cents Sara paid this amount of money for a book.

10, 15, 16, 17, 18 dollars 50, 60, 65 cents

The book cost $18.65.

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$18.65 /~ $18

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65¢

$18.65 Eighteen dollars and sixty-five cents $18.65 is 18 dollars and 65 cents. The dot• separates the cents from the dollars.

1. How much money is there in each set? (a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

45

2.

Read the prices of these items.

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Exercise 2. pages 64-67

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3. Write in dollars and cents.

4.

(a) $4.75 --

dollars

cents

(b) $8.00 --

dollars

cents

(c) $0.35 --

dollars

cents

(a) How many one-cent coins can be changed for $1? (b) How many ten-cent coins can be changed for $1 ? (c) How many five-cent coins can be changed for $1?

5.

(a)

3 fifty-cent coins

=$

(b) 6 quarters

=$ 46

6.

(a) How many quarters can be changed for a one-dollar bill? (b) How many five-dollar bills can be changed for a twenty-dollar bill?

7.

I have 3 five-dollar bills and 8 one-dollar bills.

How much money does Melissa have?

Melissa

8. Write in dollars.

(a) 65¢ (b) 165¢

$1 = 100¢

=$

9. Write in cents. (a) $0.85 --

¢

(b) $1.20 --

¢

(c) $2.00 --

¢

(d) $2.05 --

¢

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Exercise 3, pages 68-69

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10. Tanya bought this ruler. She gave the shopkeeper $1 . How much change did she receive? $1 - 45¢

=

'··

45¢ and 55¢ make $1.

She received 11 . How much more money is needed to make $1? (a)

>I I ~ >I I ~

(b)

$1

60¢

(c)

>I I 'l >I I 'l $1

85¢

(d)

$1

10¢

$1



12. Find the value of (a) $1 - 20¢

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13. How much more money is needed to make $1 O? (a)

~

$10

I $4.3o I

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(b)

1..--------.

J 'l $10

I $2.6s I

. I . _ __

_ _ .

14. Find the value of (a) $10 - $5.40

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71-74

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1. Write in dollars and cents. (a) $3.45 (b) $6.00 (c) $7.05 (d) $0.80

-

dollars

cents

dollars

cents

-

dollars

cents

dollars

cents

2. Write in cents. (a) $2.20

=

(b) $3.05 --

3. Write in dollars. (a) 75¢

=$

(b) 260¢

=$

4.

(a) How many quarters can be changed for a one-dollar bill? (b) How many five-dollar bills can be changed for a twenty-dollar bill? (c) How many twenty-dollar bills can be changed for a one-hundred-dolla r bill?

5.

Matthew bought a file for 85¢. He gave the cashier $1. How much change did he receive?

6. Amber wants to buy this teddy bear. She has only $8.60. How much more money does she need? 49

e

Adding Money Lauren bought an umbrella for $4.15 and a T-shirt for $3.50. How much did she spend altogether?

$4.15

Add the dollars.

$4 + $3 = $7

$3.50

Add the cents.

15¢ + 50¢ - 65¢

$4.15 + $3.50 She spent$

altogether. so

1. (a) $4.95 + $2 = $

$4.95 + $2

/\

$4

(b) $9.45 + $5 = $

95¢

Add $4 and $2.

= 45¢ = $ 45¢ = $

2. (a) 30¢ + 45¢ (b) $2.30 +

(c) $5.30 + 3.

Find the value of

(a) 60¢ + 40¢

(b) $2.60 + 40¢

(c) $3.60 + 40¢

(d) 85¢ + 15¢

(e) $1.85 + 15¢

(f) $3.85 + 15¢ ;"!II

+ 20¢

4. (a) $2.75 + $4 $

Exercise 6, page 75

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$

$2.75 + $4.20 = $ (b) $3.65 + $ 5

$

$3.65 + $5.15 5.

=$

Find the value of

(a) $5.60 + $4.20

(b) $8.45 + $1.30

(c) $7.05 + $2.85

(d) $3.25 + $4.55

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Exercise 7. page 76

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6. We can add $3.45 and $2.65 like this: 1

+

1

345

$ 3.4 5 $ 2.6 5 $ 6.1 0

+

265 6 10

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Use this method to find the value of (a) $3.90 + $0.35

(b) $0.75 + $6.80

(c) $4.65 + $2.85

(d) $3.70 + $4.75 'ID

7. (a) Add $6.25 and $0.95.

$6.25 + $0.95

$

=$

(b) Add $2.60 and $3.99. $2.60 + $ 4

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Add $1 to $6.25 first.

- 5¢

$6.25 + $ 1 $

Exercise 8. page 77

$

Add $4 to $2.60 first.

- 1¢

$

$2.60 + $3.99 -

8. Find the value of (a) $3.40 + $0.95

(b) $2.65 + $4.95

(c) $4.15 + $1.99

(d) $3.99 + $2.25 52

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Exercise 9, page 78

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9. After paying for a set meal which cost $5.95, David had $1.60 left. How much money did he have at first?

$5.95 + $1.60 -

He had$

at first.

10. A toy car cost $5.70. A stuffed toy cost $3.80 more than the toy car. How much did the stuffed toy cost?

$5.70 + $3.80 -

The stuffed toy cost $

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Exercise 1o. pages 79-80

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E) Subtracting Money Nicole has $8.75. She buys a jumping rope for $3.50. How much money does she have left?

$8.75

Subtract the dollars.

$8.75 - $3.50 She has$

left. 54

$

1.

Find the value of

(a) $8.1 5 - $3

(b) $6.35 - $2

(c) $4.80 - $4

(d) 60¢ - 15¢

(e) $2.60 - 15¢

(f) $3.60 - 15¢

2. (a)

$1 - 40¢

= 60¢

$3 - 40¢

/\

(b)

$2

$1

Subtract 40¢ from $1.

3.

Find the value of

(a) $1 - 90¢

(b) $4 - 60¢

(c) $6 - 50¢

(d) $2 - 75¢

(e) $6 - 45¢

(f) $7 - 5¢ rw

4. (a) $5.90 - $ 2

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- 50¢

$

$5.90 - $2.50

Exercise 11. page 81

=$

(b) $4.65 - $ 3 $

- 5¢

$4.65 - $3.05 = $ 5.

Find the value of

(a) $8.60 - $2.40

(b) $4.85 - $1.30

(c) $6.45 - $6.05

(d) $8.70 - $4.55 55

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Exercise 12. page 82

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6. We can subtract $3.75 from $5.35 like this: 4

13

~'15

$ 5.3 5 $ 3.7 5 $ 1.6 0

-

375 1 60

''·

Use this method to find the value of (a) $5.65 - $0.85

(b) $4.10 - $0.45

(c) $3.00 - $0.35

{d) $8.00 - $3.70

(e) $6.25 - $4.65

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7. (a) Subtract $0.95 from $4.60.

$4.60 - $0.95

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Subtract $1 from $4. 60 first.

$

+ 5¢

$4.60 - $ 1 $

Exercise 13, page 83

=$

(b) Subtract $2.99 from $6.25. $6.25 - $ 3 $

+ 1¢

Subtract $3 from $6.25 first.

$

$6.25 - $2. 99 8. Find the value of (a) $3.45 - $0.95

{b) $4.30 - $1.95

(c) $6.20 - $2.99

(d) $5.00 - $3. 99 56

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Exercise 14, page 84

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9. Ava bought a doll which cost $8.45. She gave the cashier $10. How much change did she receive?

$10 - $8.45 - $

She received $

change.

10. A box of cookies costs $4.75. A box of chocolates costs $8.20. How much cheaper is the box of cookies?

$8.20 - $4.75 - $

The box of cookies is

cheaper.

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Exercise 15, pages 85-86

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Find the value of each of the following:

(a) + + + + +

(b)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

$4.40 $2.80 $5.35 $7.70 $3.60

$1.60 $3.15 $3.70 $1.75 $4.99

$0.80 $6.55 $7.05 $4.30 $8.10

-

$0.45 $2.50 $5.25 $2.75 $4.95

6.

Find the total cost of the shuttlecock and the racket.

7. A pair of shoes costs $10. A pair of slippers costs $6.30. How much cheaper is the pair of slippers? 8.

Eric bought a greeting card for $1.85. He gave the cashier $5. How much change did he receive?

9.

Emily has $4.25. Mitchell has $1.95 more than Emily. How much money does Mitchell have?

10. Taylor has $5.65. Her mother gives her $1.70 more. How much money does Taylor have now? 58

Find the value of each of the following:

(b)

(a) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

$3.65 $4.20 $6.75 $8.35 $7.80

+ + + + +

$6.35 $5.15 $2.80 $1.85 $1.95

$0. 90 $3.35 $8.00 $4.35 $9.05

-

$0.55 $1.45 $6.70 $2.70 $8.99

6. After paying $6.80 for a shirt, Ali had $2.40 left. How much money did he have at first? 7.

Devi bought the can of sardines and the can of beans. How much did she spend altogether?

8. Carlos saved $6.45 in two weeks. He saved $3.95 in the first week. How much did he save in the second week? 9.

Ryan had $8.05. After buying a belt, he had $1. 90 left. How much did the belt cost?

10. Sara had $9.20. She spent $2.80 on a T-shirt. How much money did she have left? 59

Find the value of each of the following: (a)

1. 786 + 47 2. 3. 4.

563 - 58 6 x 4 16 . 4

(b)

(c)

215 + 85 400 - 299 10 x 5 18 . 2

109 + 314 + 56 610 - 483 3 x 8 90 + 10

5. What is the total length around the triangle?

18 in.

25 in.

6.

Some students were asked to measure the length of their footprints. Kyle measured his footprint in inches and Shawn measured his footprint in centimeters. For which unit was the number greater, inches or centimeters?

7.

How many tens are there in 349?

8.

Eric paid $45 for 5 lb of shrimp. What was the cost of 1 lb of shrimp?

9.

1 yd of cloth costs $3. Kathy bought 9 yd of cloth. How much did she pay for the cloth? 60

10. Emily needs to decorate 4 presents of the same size with ribbon. She has 10 ft of ribbon. If she uses 2 ft for each present, how many ft of ribbon will be left over? 11. John is 132 cm tall. Peter is 119 cm tall. How much taller is John than Peter? 12. Juan had $800. After buying a television, he had $398 left. What was the cost of the television? 13. Jordan saves $3 a week. How much money does he save in 5 weeks? 14.

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Mrs. Gray's house

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Mrs. Gray walked from her house to the bank and then to the store. How far did she walk? 15. John bought a packet of nuts for $2.45. He gave the cashier $5. How much change did he receive?

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Halves and Quarters Divide a circle into 2 equal parts. Each part is a half circle. a whole

halves

Divide a circle into 4 equal parts. Each part is a quarter circle. A quarter circle is a fourth of a circle.

quarters

Which is greater, ~ or

!? 62

~ of the square is colored. ~ is 1 out of the 2 equal parts.

! of the square is colored.

! 1.

is 1 out of the 4 equal parts.

(a) Which pictures show ~?

A

B

(b) Which pictures show

p

2.

Q

!

c

D

?

R

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(a) How many halves are there in a whole? (b) How many fourths are there in a whole? :w Exercise 1, pages 92-93 I 63

E) VVriting Fractions ~ is 1 out of the 3 equal parts.

~ of the square is colored.

~ is 2 out of the 3 equal parts.

~ of the circle is colored.

! ! of the rectangle is colored. 64

is 3 out of the 4 equal parts.

1. (a)

~

of the shape is colored. out of the

equal parts.

(b) ; of the shape is colored. ±is 5

2.

out of the

equal parts.

(a) 1 out of the 6 equal parts is colored.

:

(b)

of the circle is colored.

out of the

equal parts

are colored.

:

of the circle is colored.

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Exercise 2. pages 94-95

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3.

(a)

:

of the shape is colored.

:

of the shape is colored.

(b)

4.

What fraction of each shape is colored?

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

~

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Exercise 3. pages 96-99

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! or ~?

5.

Which is greater,

6.

Arrange the fractions in order. Begin with the smallest.

rn rn rn ;m

7.

(a)

Exercise 4, pages 100-102

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I whole

-

~ and • make 1 whole.

(b)

•-.

I I I I I I I I

-

~ and • make 1 whole.

(c)

III IIIIIII

-

~ and • make 1 whole. 67

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Exercise

s.

pages 103- 104

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E) Fraction of a Set

There are 4 kittens. 1 out of the 4 kittens is black.

! of the kittens is black.

There are 12 kittens. They are divided into 4 groups. The kittens in 1 out of the 4 groups are black.

! of the kittens is black.

What fraction of the kittens are white? 68

1. What fraction of the set of squares is blue?

ODD There are 4 equal parts in this set of squares. 1 part is a blue square. of the set of squares is blue.

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2.

There are 3 equal parts in this set of apples. 1 part is a red apple. ~ is 1 out of the 3 equal parts.

of the apples is red. of the apples are green.

3. What fraction of the flowers are sunflowers? There are 5 flowers. 2 of the 5 flowers are sunflowers.

II II of the flowers are sunflowers.

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4. There are 8 fruits in this set.

Q(}(J }~

of the fruit are pears.

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of the fruit are bananas.

~

and :

:

of the fruit together are all the fruit in the set.

~ of the fruit is all the fruit, or 1 whole. 5.

Sam bought 5 toys. ~ of the toys were cars. The rest were planes. How many planes did he buy?

6.

Steven has 3 apples. ~ of the apples is green. How many apples are green?

7.

Sally has 4 ribbons. 3 of the ribbons are blue and 1 is red. What fraction of the ribbons are blue?

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Exercise 6. pages t 05- t 07

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8.

~ of the counters is yellow.

Number of groups of yellow counters: Total number of groups of counters: 9.

II II

20 counters are divided into equal groups.

~o

o O~ CQ15 o ==--o -----=o -DCQQ o o O~ ~ oo O~ Number of groups of pink counters: Total number of groups of counters:

II II

What fraction of the counters are pink? What fraction of the counters are blue? 10. What fraction of the counters are yellow?

(#)(#)(#) (g)(g :

~ of the counters are red.

of the counters are yellow.

11. What fraction of the fruit are apples? How many apples are there? :

of the fruit are apples.

There are 71

apples altogether.

12. What fraction of the children are girls? How many girls are there?

- -

:

of the children are girls.

There are

girls altogether.

13. How many of the toys are dolls?

There are 6 toys. ~ of the toys are dolls.

of the toys are dolls. 14. How many cats are there?

There are 9 animals. ~ of the animals are cats.

of the animals are cats. 72

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Exercise 7. page 1OB

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_!_ blue parts 5 equal parts

What fraction of the squares are blue? 16. Amy has 12 coins. 3 of them are pennies.

What fraction of the coins are pennies? 17. There are 10 oranges on a tree. Miguel picked 2 of them. What fraction of the oranges did he pick? What fraction of the oranges are left on the tree?

Miguel picked : He left :

of the oranges.

of the oranges on the tree. 73

Find the value of each of the following: (a) (b) 299 + 98 1. 526 + 36 236 + 300 - 69 2. 342 - 73 405 7 x 5 8 9 x 10 3. 4. 45 . 5 24 15 . 3 5.

(a) (b) (c) (d)

What What What What

number number number number

is is is is

(c) 145 + 67 - 386 x 4 + 4

9 more than 199? 50 more than 480? 8 less than 202? 30 less than 31 3?

6.

II of the shape is colored.

7.

3 12 and :

make 1 whole.

8. Which fraction is equal to 1 whole?

rn rn rn rn 9.

0

0 0

0

0

What fraction of the balls are footballs? 74

10. A class has 20 students. The teacher divides the students into 5 equal groups. The groups are called A, B, C, D and E. (a) How many children are there in Group A? {b) What fraction of the children are there in Group A? 11. Sarah cut 38 ft of ribbon into pieces. Each piece was 5 ft long. How much ribbon was left over? 12. There are 520 boys and 485 girls in a school. How many more boys than girls are there? 13. Peter collected 735 stamps. He collected 65 fewer stamps than Dan. How many stamps did Dan collect? 14. Mr. Eko had 27 kg of cherries. He packed the cherries into bags of 3 kg each. How many bags of cherries did he have? 15. Pablo has 6 pieces of rope. Each piece of rope is 5 m long. What is the total length of the 6 pieces of rope? 16. Matthew bought 6 packs of batteries. There were 4 batteries in each pack. How many batteries were there altogether? 75

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Telling Time After the Hour Mr. Lee's family has dinner at 7:05 p.m. What time do you have dinner?

1:00

7:05

7 o'clock

5 minutes past 7 --~

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It is 9 o'clock.

9:00

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We read 9:15 as nine fifteen . It is 15 minutes after 9 o'clock. We can also say it is 15 minutes past 9.

It is 15 minutes past 9.

9:1

s

-

1

.. . .

It is 20 minutes past 9.

9:20

1. (a)

1:oo

1:OS

1 o'clock

minutes past 1

(b)

2:00

2:30

2 o'clock

minutes past 2 77

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Exercise 1, pages 115-118

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Telling Time Before the Hour It is 10 minutes to 4. We read 3:50 as 3:50 three fifty. It is 10 minutes before --··

.

?9tP* . .

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..._.._



4 o'clock. We can also say it is 10 minutes to 4.

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It is 15 minutes to 10.

9:45

1. (a)

4:45

5:00

minutes to 5

5 o'clock

(b)

6:55

7:00

minutes to 7

7 o'clock

6:55 is 55 minutes after 6 o'clock. 6:55 is 5 minutes before 7 o'clock. 78

2.

What time is it?

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Exercise 2, pages 119-121

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E) Time Intervals START

END

--

,~,-::-~

""

,

..

'

'~..,...-..._

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....

-

.........

The television program starts at 9:10 a.m. and ends at 9:35 a.m. on Sunday. It lasts

minutes. 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 minutes

80

1.

How long does each television program last?

(a)

START

Music

(b)

Cartoons

(c)

Story time

(d)

News 81

END

2.

I1 hour later)

I1 hour later)

minutes

1 hour= 3.

(a) How many minutes are there from 3:30 to 3:55?

(b) How many hours are there from 5:45 to 11 :45?

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4. A test started at 1Q:4Q a.m. It ended at 11:10 a.m. How long did it last?

It lasted

How many minutes are there from 10:40 a.m. to 11 :10 a .m.?

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Exercise 3, pages 122-125

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5. A television program started at 7:35 p.m. and lasted 1 hour. What time did the program end? What time is 1 hour after 7:35 p.m.?

The program ended at

p.m.

6. John took 30 minutes to do his homework. He started at 8:15 p.m. When did he finish doing his homework? What time is 30 minutes after 8:15?

He finished at

p.m. 83

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Exercise 4, pages 126-127

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Other Units of Time There are 12 months in a year.

6

1

8

13 14 15 16 11 18 19

2.0 2.1 2.2. 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.1 2.8 2.9 30 31

There are

days in a week.

There are

months in a year.

Do we have the same number of days each month?

There are

days in this month. 84

There are 52 weeks in a year.

1.

Does it take hours, days, weeks, months or years to do the following? (a) Clean the house (b) Go on a vacation to the beach (c) Wait until I am old enough to drive a car (d) Wait for a tomato seedling to sprout (e) Wait for tomatoes to grow after the seedling has sprouted (f) Visit the zoo (g) Build a house

2. Which is longer? 2 days or 15 hours 2 weeks or 15 days 2 months or 15 weeks 2 years or 15 months

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Exercise 5. page 128

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Find the value of each of the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(a) 63 + 29 554 - 183 5 x 5 18 . 2 $6.15 + $2.85

(b) 199 + 472 463 4 x 27 . $7.05 -

398 6 3 $5.55

(c) 35 + 78 + 65 500 - 75 10 x 9 . 10 $3.40 - $2.95

so

6.

David's swimming lesson started at 9:10 a.m. and ended at 9:50 a.m. How long was the swimming lesson?

7.

Mr. Johnson left his house at 9:45 a.m. He took 25 minutes to drive to the airport. What time did he arrive at the airport?

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8.

Does it take minutes, hours, days or months to do the following? (a) Thomas takes 25

to have his lunch.

(b) Carlos sleeps about 8

a day.

(c) Rosa takes 2

to bake a cake.

(d) Ryan takes 2

to swim 100 meters.

(e) Lilian's shop is open for 12

on Sundays.

(f) Summer break is about 2 (g) It takes about 21 to hatch.

after an egg is laid for a chick

9. Which fraction is the greatest: ~ ,

if or i ?

10. Roger cut a pizza into 8 equal pieces. He ate ~ of the pizza. What fraction of the pizza was left? 11. John divided his toy spaceships equally into fleets. Each fleet had of his spaceships. How many fleets were there altogether?

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12. 358 adults took part in a parade. 169 of them were women. (a) How many men were there? (b) How many more men than women were there? 13. John bought the can of milk powder and the jar of jam. ....... (a) How much did he spend altogether? (b) He gave the cashier $10. How much change did he receive? :w Review 12, pages 129-133 I 87 ~~

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The jug holds more water than the bottle.

The bottle holds less water than the jug. 88

1.

How many glasses of water does each container hold?

The jug holds

The bottle holds

glasses of water.

glasses of water.

2.

A

c

B

Which container holds the most water? Which container holds the least water? 89

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fJ Liters Get a 1-liter beaker and find out how much 1 liter of water is. We write f for liter.

Get some paper cups. Find out how many paper cups you can fill with 1 liter of water.

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The bottle holds 1 liter of water.

The glass holds less than 1 liter of water.

The jug holds more than 1 liter of water.

Which container holds the most water? Which container holds the least water?

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2.

Mrs. Brown bought a carton of milk. How much milk did she buy?

1

2

3.

These two containers are filled with dishwasher detergent.

A

B

(a) Which container can hold more dishwasher detergent? (b) How much more? 92

4.

The capacity of a container is the amount it can hold.

The basin holds 4 liters of water. The capacity of the basin is 5.

liters.

(a) Make a 1-liter bottle. Get a bottle which can hold 1 Pour 1 of water into it. Mark the water level.

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e of water.

{b) Use the 1-liter bottle you have made to find out the capacities of some containers. Estimate the capacity of each container. Then check by measuring with the 1-f bottle you made. Which container holds the most water?

My estimate

My measure

The bucket

about

about

e

The basin

about

about

e

The kettle

about

about

e

The watering can

about

about

e

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E) Gallons, Quarts, Pints and Cups The capacity of a container can also be measured in cups, pints, quarts and gallons.

WP~ .. UJ 2 cups

1 pint

2 pints

1 quart

0 2 quarts

1 half-gallon

0 4 quarts

1 gallon 95

We We We We

1.

write write write write

c for cup. pt for pint. qt for quart. gal for gallon.

Fill a 1-gal milk carton with water. Find out how many cups you can fill with 1 gal of water.

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2.

These two cartons are filled with milk.

Which carton holds more milk? 3.

Find a measuring cup with quart and pint markings. (a) Fill the measuring cup with 1 qt of water. Find out how many paper cups you can fill with 1 qt of water. (b) Fill the measuring cup with 1 pt of water. Find out how many paper cups you can fill with 1 pt of water. You can fill more paper cups with 1 of water.

4.

Make a 1-pint bottle. Get a bottle which can hold 1 pt of water. Measure 1 pt of water in a measuring cup. Pour the water into the bottle. Mark the water level.

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Use the 1-pint bottle you have made to do the following: (a) Fill the bottle to the 1-pint marking. Fill a cup from the bottle. Can all the water be contained in the cup? (b) Fill the bottle to the 1-pint marking again. Fill a kettle from the bottle. Can all the water be contained in the kettle?

5.

CUP

PINT

GALLON

QUART

Which of the above units of measure would you most likely use to measure: (a) the amount of water in a fish tank? (b) the amount of milk you drink daily? (c) a carton of heavy whipping cream? (d) a carton of fruit juice? 6.

Get a measuring cup that is marked in liters and quarts. Look at the mark for 1 qt on one side, and 1 e on the other side. Use a 2-pint bottle to pour 1 quart into it. Which is more, 1 quart or 1 liter? 1 quart

1 liter

1 quart of water is slightly less than 1 liter of water. 98

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Find the value of each of the following: (a) (b) 327 + 498 1. 135 + 465 299 600 2. 378 524 8 x 4 3. 5 x 6 12 . 2 4. 30 . 3 5. $3.75 + $2.55 $1.99 $8

(c) 209 435 10 90 $6.20

+ 591 - 236

x 8 . 10 - $4.35

6. A magazine cost $5.80. A book cost $2. 75 more than the magazine. Find the cost of the book. 7.

David took 35 minutes to cycle from his house to the library. He left his house at 10:45 a.m. What time did he reach the library?

8.

Eric bought 20 liters of paint. After painting his house, he had 4 liters left. How much paint did he use?

9. A tank has a capacity of 30 liters. It contains 12 liters of water. How many more liters of water are needed to fill up the tank? 10. A drinks-seller sold 52 liters of orange juice last week. He sold 38 liters of orange juice this week. How many liters of orange juice did he sell in the two weeks? 11. Mr. Owens uses 5 liters of gas a day. How many liters of gas does he use in a week? 99

12. Bucket A holds 12 liters of water. Bucket B holds 8 liters of water. (a) Which bucket holds more water? (b) How much more?

13. A large jug contains 14 cups of juice. The juice is poured into bottles. Each bottle has a capacity of 3 cups. What is the least number of bottles needed for all the juice? 14. 203 people took part in a singing contest. There were 128 adults. (a) How many children were there? (b) How many more adults than children were there? 15. Mrs. Perez bought a gallon of milk. She had drunk 3 quarts of it by the end of the week. What fraction of the milk did she drink? 16. The table shows the amount of milk 6 quarts Ben 3 children drank in a week. 4 quarts Emma (a) Find the total number of quarts Carlos 2 quarts of milk they drank in a week. (b) What is the total number of cups of milk that they drank in a week? (c) What is the total number of gallons of milk that they drank in a week? 100

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This tally chart shows the number of each type of fruit. Fruit

Mango Pear Apple Orange

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This picture graph also shows the number of each type of fruit.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

Mango Each

•• •• •• ••

0

Pear

Apple

stands for 1 fruit.

There are

types of fruit.

There are

mangoes.

There are

pears.

There are

apples.

There are

oranges.

There are

fruits altogether.

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0 0 0 0 Orange

This picture graph also shows the number of each type of fruit. Use the picture graph to answer the questions below.

Mango Each

6

Pear

Apple

Orange

stands for 2 fruits.

L, stand for? What do L, L, L, L, L, L, stand for?

(a) What does each (b)

(c) How many more pears than oranges are there? (d) How many more mangoes than apples are there? (e) Which type of fruit is the greatest in number? (f) Which type of fruit is the smallest in number?

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1. This picture graph shows the number of stickers four boys have.

D Brian Each

D

D D

D D

Pablo

David

Carlos

stands for 4 stickers.

Use the graph to complete the following. (a) David has (b) Carlos has (c)

stickers. stickers.

has the most stickers.

(d) Brian has

more stickers than David.

(e) If Carlos gives Pablo 4 stickers, Pablo will have stickers.

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2. A group of children used this table to make a picture graph showing the places they like to visit. Favorite places we like to visit Zoo

15

Zoo Each

Botanic Gardens 6

Amusement Park 12

Beach

12

•• ••

Botanic Gardens

Amusement Park

0 stands for

Beach

children.

Use the graph to complete the following. (a) 7 boys and girls like to visit the Amusement Park. (b) The (c)

is the most popular place. more children like to visit the Zoo than the

Botanic Gardens. (d) A new ride opened at the Amusement Park and some of the children changed their choices. 6 more of them now want to go to the Amusement Park instead of the Zoo. How many would be used for the Amusement Park on the new picture graph?

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3. This picture graph shows the number of different types of fish sold by Justin.

Angelfish Guppy Goldfish

QQQQQ

Tiger barb

Q

Swordtail Each

Q

stands for 5 fish.

Use the graph to complete the following. Angelfish

Type of fish sold Guppy Goldfish Tiger barb Swordtail

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(a) He sold as many {b) He sold

as guppies.

goldfish and swordtails altogether.

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Bar Graphs

This picture graph shows the number of fish caught by four boys.

D D D D D D Matthew Each

Pablo

Sam

D stands for 2 fish.

How many fish did each boy catch? 107

Tyrone

This bar graph shows the same information . 12 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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Number of fish

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- -

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- - -

-

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-

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Matthew

Pablo

Sam

Tyrone

(a) Who caught the greatest number of fish? (b) How many did he catch? (c) Who caught the least number of fish? (d) How many did he catch? (e) How many more fish did Tyrone catch than Sam? (f) How many fish did each of the other two boys catch? (g) How many fish did the four boys catch altogether? (h) How many fewer fish did Matthew catch than Pablo?

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1. The bar graph and table below show Miguel's examination results for four subjects. 100--.----,----.---~r---,---,----r~~~--.

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Points

90 80 -70 60 50 -40 30 -20 10 0

-

English

Math Science

Social Studies

Miguel's results English

Math

Science

Social Studies

75

80

90

80

Use either the table or the graph to complete the following. (a) Which score on the table appears the most number of times? and (b) Miguel had the same score in (c) He scored more points in Math than in English. (d) He scored 10 more points in than in Math. (e) Did you use the table or the graph to answer (c) and (d)? (f) What was his highest score? (g) What was his lowest score? (h) Did you use the table or the graph to answer (f) and (g)? 109

2.

This bar graph shows Sally's savings for four months.

May

June

July

August

0

10 20 30 40

so

60 70

Amount in dollars

Use the graph to answer the following questions. (a) How much did Sally save in May? (b) How much more did she save in June than in May? (c) In which month did she save $15? (d) In which month did she save the most? (e) In which month did she save twice as much as in August? (f) How much did she save altogether during the four months? (g) In which months did she save the same amount? (h) How much did she save altogether in the months where she saved the same amount? 110

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This table shows the number of books read by five children in a year . ..

Number of books read Selena

60

David

75

Maria

40

Meiling

so

Baljit

45

Use the table to answer the following questions. (a) How many books did Selena read? (b) How many books did David read? (c) How many more books did David read than Meiling? (d) Who read 5 fewer books than Meiling? (e) Who read the most books? (f) Who read the fewest books?

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4.

David did sit-ups every day for ten days . ..

Day

1

2

Number of sit-ups

20

15 20

3

4

5

6

10 20 . 25

7

8

9

15 20 20 25

(a) How many days did he do 10 sit-ups? (b) How many days did he do 15 sit-ups? (c) How many days did he do 20 sit-ups? (d) How many days did he do 25 sit-ups? (e) How many sit-ups did he do on most days? (f) What is the least number of sit-ups he did in one day? (g) What is the most number of sit-ups he did in one day? (h) What is the difference between the most and the least number of sit-ups?

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5.

This bar graph shows the number of people who visited a book fair from Monday to Friday. 500.--~~~~~~--~~~~

450 400r--~~~~~~~~---1

350 300~-------j

250

Number of visitors 200

150 100 50 0 .____..____.__.____.____.__ .____.____.__.____.____. Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Use the graph to answer the following questions. (a) How many people visited the book fair on Tuesday? (b) How many more people visited the book fair on Friday than on Thursday? (c) On which day was the number of visitors the smallest? (d) On which day were there as many visitors as on Monday? (e) On which day were there twice as many visitors as on Wednesday? (f) If there were 200 adults on Tuesday, how many children were there? 113

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Find the value of each of the following: (a) (b) 1. 105 + 99 311 + 689 2. 527 - 418 306 - 98

3.

9

4.

16

x

2

3

. 4

12

x

(c) 285 + 225 700 - 652

4

8

3

70

x

5

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5. Jason cut 28 m of wire into pieces. Each piece was 4 m long. How many pieces of wire did he get? 6. A water tank can hold 250 liters of water. It has 185 liters of water in it now. How many more liters of water are needed to fill up the tank? 7.

Mark bought 30 mangoes. He gave 14 of them to his friends. How many mangoes did he have left?

8.

Mary went to the library at 4:45 p.m. She left the library 35 minutes later. What time did she leave the library?

9. Tash a went to a bookshop with $9. After buying a book, she had $3.80 left. What was the cost of the book? 10. David eats 2 oranges a day. (a) How many oranges does he eat in 5 days? (b) How many oranges does he eat in a week? 114

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(a) What fraction of an hour is 15 minutes? (b) What fraction of an hour is 30 minutes? (c) How many minutes are there in of an hour?

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12. How many days are there in 2 weeks? 13. How many months are there in 2 years? 14. Marie is going on a vacation to visit her grandparents. She will be gone for 1 month. (a) Will she be gone for more or less than 6 weeks? (b) Will she be gone for more or less than 20 days? 15. This graph shows the number of vehicles in a parking lot.

so ~--- - ------------

40 I-

Number of 30 vehicles

I-

20

----

10 I-

0

Motorcycle

Bus

Car

Van

(a) How many more vans than buses were there? (b) If there were 90 spaces for cars and vans, how many of them were not occupied? (c) What is the difference between the greatest number of one type of vehicle and the smallest number of another type of vehicle? 115

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Flat and Curved Faces Pair up objects of the same shape. This is a flat face.

This is a curved face.

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117

1. Which object am I?

A

B

c

D

(a) I have a curved face. I have 2 flat faces.

I am (b) I do not have curved faces. I have 6 flat faces.

I am (c) I have a curved face. I have only 1 flat face.

I am (d) I do not have curved faces.

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2.

Look at a cu be.

This is a vertex.

This is an edge.

A cube has 3.

vertices,

flat faces and

edges.

Look at a prism.

A prism has 2 flat faces on opposite sides that are the same. Is a cube also a prism? 4.

Look at a rectangular prism.

In what way is a rectangular prism different from a cube? 119

5.

Look at these pyramids.

In what way is a pyramid different from a prism? 6.

Look at a cylinder.

A cylinder has surfaces and vertices. In what way is a cylinder different from a prism? 7.

Look at a cone. This is a vertex.

In what way is a cone different from a cylinder? 8.

Look at a sphere.

A sphere has

surfaces and 120

edges.

9.

A

c

B

E

F

H G

(a) Which objects have a sphere shape? (b) Which objects have a vertex? (c) Which object has flat and curved surfaces? (d) If you see any cubes, name them.

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Making Shapes Kara fitted a square and two half squares together to make this shape.

Melissa made a different shape. She fitted a square and two half squares together like this:

Use a square and two half squares to make another shape. Compare it with the shapes your friends have made.

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1. These 4 triangles are of the same size.

Trace the triangles on a piece of paper and cut them out. Fit the 4 triangles together to form a shape like this:

Find out how each of these shapes is formed by the 4 triangles. (a) (b)

Use the 4 triangles to make another shape. Compare it with the shapes your friends have made.

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(a) Draw and cut out a circle. Fold it into halves and cut out the 2 half circles.

(b) Draw and cut out another circle of the same size. Fold it into quarters and cut out the 4 quarter circles.

(c) Make this shape with a half circle and 2 quarter circles.

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3.

Use only two of these pieces to form a shape.

A

D D

B

c

E

F

Here are some examples:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Name the two pieces used for each shape.

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4.

How many of these

D

of the following figures? (a)

5.

will cover the inside of each

(b)

This figure is formed by two straight lines and a curve.

Here are some more figures formed by two straight lines and a curve.

Draw another figure with two straight lines and a curve. Compare it with the shapes your friends have made.

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pages 179-180

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6. These are regular patterns of shapes. Find the pattern. What comes next in each pattern? (a)

(b)

(c)

D (d)

(e)

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7. Continue the regular pattern. What comes next? (a)

EEEEEEEEEEEE (b)

D[>V (c)

[2J

[SJ

[2J

[2J

[SJ

[SJ

(d)

DV D

1

1

VD

(e)

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Find the value of each of the following: (b) (a) 1. 780 + 4S 20S + 9S 2. 42S - 26S 632 - 473 3. 2 x 8 7 x 10 4. 32 . 4 60 . 10

(c) 386 + 1SS soo - 197

x 7 so . s 4

s.

$3.9S + $6.0S

6.

Find the missing number in each of the following:

$S.08 -

$3.99

$8.2S -

(a)

+ 3S - S3

(b) 100 -

(c)

+ 68 - 70

(d) 72 -

(e) 28 +

~)

- 100

= 8S - 41

- 46 - 37

7. What fraction of the shape is shaded?

8. • • • • stand for a total of 32 grapes. stand for? (a) How many grapes does each • (b) What fraction of the total grapes does each •

stand for?

9. A concert started at 7:30 p.m. It lasted SO minutes. What time did the concert end? 129

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10. How many quarters can be changed for a $5 bill? 11. What is the weight of the box?

12. There were 275 passengers on a train. 206 of them were adults. How many children were there? 13. Alice paid $6.50 for a skirt and $8.25 for a shirt. How much more did the shirt cost? 14. 1 kg of crabs costs $8. What is the cost of 5 kg of crabs? 15. Jeff bought a table and 3 chairs for $120. He paid $30 for the 3 chairs. (a) Find the cost of one chair. (b) Find the cost of the table. 16. 168 men, 287 women and 113 children took part in a parade. (a) How many adults took part in the parade? (b) How many more adults than children took part in the parade?

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17. Suzy asked her classmates which season they liked best. 6 students chose winter, 4 students chose spring, 14 students chose summer and 5 students chose fall. Make a tally chart to show the results. 18. A store sold 302 qt of milk last month. It sold 29 qt more milk this month. How much milk did the store sell this month? 19. A tank can hold 115 gal of water. It contains 38 gal of water. How many more gallons of water can be poured into this tank? 20. There are

cups in a quart.

21. (a) Use your ruler to draw a line 9 in. long. (b) Would a line 9 cm long be shorter, longer or the same length as the 9 in. line? 22. Melissa had 28 strawberries. She gave 5 strawberries to each of her 5 friends. How many strawberries was she left with? 23. Sonya learned to ride a bike in 2 weeks. How many days did it take her to learn how to ride a bike? 24. (a) How many vertices does a rectangular prism have? (b) How many edges does it have?

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25. (a) This pyramid has faces. (b) How many more faces does a cube have than this pyramid? 131

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Find the value of each of the following: 1. 2. 3.

(a) 395 + 105 555 - 75 3 x 9

(b) 466 + 384 800 - 197 9 x 10 40 . 4

14 . 2 4. 5. $4.55 + $5.45 What What What What

$6.95 + $2.25

number number number number

is is is is

(c) 702 + 199 645 - 386 5 x 6 10 . 10 $7.25 - $5.85

6.

(a) (b) (c) (d)

10 more than 292? 10 less than 111? 100 more than 466? 100 less than 325?

7.

Find the missing number in each of the following:

= 270 = 402

(a) 200 + (c) 452 -

(b) 632 +

- 832

(d)

- 900

- 9

8. Arrange the following in order. Begin with the smallest. (a) 275

(b) 9.

752

257 t

6

Meiling has 4 fifty-cent coins and 3 five-cent coins. Write the total amount of money she has in dollars and cents. 132

10. David is running in a 100-meter race. He is 48 m from the starting point. How many meters is he from the finishing point? 100 m

.

1

48 m

11. A supermarket opens from 11 :OO a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day. How many hours is the supermarket open every day?

12. This graph shows the heights of the students in Mrs. Lee's class. 10 ----- - - -

8 Number 6 of students

4

2 0

148 149 150 151 cm

cm

cm

cm

152 cm

Study the graph and answer these questions. (a) How many students are 150 cm tall? (b) How many students are taller than 150 cm? (c) How many students are in the tallest group? 133

13. Lindsey takes 2 hours to sew a dress. How long does she take to sew 5 dresses? 14. Mrs. Wells bought some cans of sardines for $16. Each can of sardines cost $2. How many cans of sardines did she buy? 15. Carla wants to buy a doll which costs $8.60. She has only $6.80. How much more money does she need? 16. There were 305 boys in a school hall. There were 46 fewer girls than boys. How many girls were there? 17. Peter used 128 liters of gas last month. He used 25 liters more gas this month. How much gas did he use this month? 18. The total cost of 4 plates is $24. Find the cost of one plate. 19. A refrigerator costs $960. An oven is $425 cheaper than the refrigerator. (a) How much does the oven cost? (b) Find the total cost of the oven and the refrigerator. 20. Ryan reads 10 pages of a storybook a day. After reading the storybook for 6 days, he still had 24 pages to read. (a) How many pages did he read in 6 days? (b) How many pages were there in the storybook? 134

21. There are 6 teams in Smalltown's soccer league. The picture graph below shows the number of goals each team scored during the soccer season.

@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @

@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @

@ @ @ @ @ @ @

@ @ @

TeamA Team B TeamC Team D

@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @

@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @

Team E Team F

Each @ stands for 2 goals.

(a) Which two teams scored the same number of goals? (b) How many goals did those two teams score altogether? (c) What was the greatest number of goals scored? (d) What was the least number of goals scored? (e) What is the difference between the greatest number of goals scored and the least number of goals scored? 135

Godfrey the Gorilla ate 15 bananas. What fraction of the total bananas did he eat? 23. This is a regular pattern. What comes next?

24. Show how this shape can be made from two triangles and a half-circle.

25. What fraction of the larger shape is the triangle?

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26. (a) (b) (c) (d)

How many quarters are the same as one dollar? What fraction of a dollar is 1 quarter? How many dimes are the same as one dollar? What fraction of a dollar is 3 dimes?

27. Yvonne ran for 1 hour. How many minutes did she run? 28. How many quarts of water can be poured into a 1-gal container? 29. Tom told his sister he would build a tree-house in less than a month. It took him 3 weeks. Did it take longer than he said to build the tree house? 30. A bag of carrots weighs 14 oz. A bag of lettuce weighs 3 oz less than the bag of carrots. (a) What is the weight of the bag of lettuce? (b) What is the total weight of the two bags? 31. One bag of sugar weighs 2 lb. How much do 10 bags of sugar weigh? 32. Emma weighs 59 lb. Her mother is 78 lb heavier than she. (a) Find Emma's mother's weight. (b) What is Emma and her mother's total weight? 33. 28 qt of water is poured equally into 4 containers. How much water is there in each container?

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34. Scott uses 2 c of milk to make one pudding. He wants to make 7 puddings. How many cups of milk does he need? 35. Ryan walked 470 yd to a gift shop. He then walked another 250 yd to the post office. How far did he walk? 36. David weighs 65 lb. John weighs 127 lb. Amy weighs 88 lb. (a) What is their total weight? (b) How much lighter is David than John? 37. A box of 10 glasses cost $9. Mrs. Garcia bought 50 glasses. (a) How many boxes of glasses did she buy? (b) How much did she pay?

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VVord

Meaning 500 - - - - - - - --

bar graph Number of visitors

capacity

450 ------- ---- -- --- ------------ --400 >----- - - - - - - - l 350 300 250 --------- 200 150 - 100 50 0

The capacity of a container is the greatest amount it can hold. We usually use the following to measure capacity: Unit

s

mbol

liter

e

cu int uart half- allon

c

al

cone

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Word

Meaning ~a.Ollfl1ICllll!-.C~MIC.IO.-. . . .

cube

cylinder

edge This is an edge.

face

This is a vertex.

This is a flat face. This is a curved face.

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VVord fraction

Meaning A fraction is a part of a whole.

~ is 1 out of the 3 equal parts.

~ of the square is colored. A fraction is also a part of a set.

.! of the kittens is black. • prism

This is a triangular prism .

This is a rectangular prism.

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Meaning

VVord pyramid

This is a square pyramid.

This is a triangular pyramid.

quarter

a whole

quarters or fourths

When we divide 1 whole into 4 equal parts, we get 4 quarters.

remainder

When we divide 9 tomatoes into 2 equal groups, there is 1 tomato left over.

We can say there is a remainder of 1 tomato. 142

Word

Meaning

sphere

table

Tables give us information. Number of books read Selena

60

David

75

Maria

40

Mei ling

50

Baljit

45

vertex

This is a vertex. This is an edge.

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Index addition • mental addition, 14-16 • money, 50-53 • part-whole relationship, 8-12 capacity • comparing units of measurement, 97-98 • holds more, holds the most, 88-89 • holds less, holds the least, 88-89 • measuring capacity, 90-98 • units of measurement, 90, 95-96 counting whole numbers • by 4's, 24-28 • by 5's, 30-32 • by 1O's, 34-35 • in tens and ones, 12, 14-15, 17-18 division • by 4, 24, 27-28 • by 5, 30, 32 • by 10, 35 • remainder, 38-40 fractions • fraction of a set, 68-73 • greater, smaller, 67 • halves, 62-63 • quarters, or fourths, 62-63 • simplification, 71-73 • whole, 62-63 • writing fractions, 64-67 geometry • flat and curved surfaces , 116-117 • making shapes, 122-126 • three-dimensional solids, 118-121 • patterns of shapes, 127-128 • parts of a solid, 118-120

grouping objects • flat and curved surfaces , 116-117 • identifying fraction of a set, 68-73 interpreting graphs and tables • bar graphs, 107-110, 113 • picture graphs, 101-106 • tables, 111-112 mental math • addition, 14-16, 51-52 • subtraction, 17-19, 55-56 money • cents, 44-47 • adding money, 50-53 • change, 48 • dollars, 44-47 • quarters, 46-47 • reading prices, 45-46 • subtracting money, 48, 54-57 multiplication • by 4 , 24-28 • by 5, 30-32 • by 10, 34-35 patterns • repeating patterns, 127-128 subtraction • mental subtraction, 17-19 • money, 48, 54-57 • part-whole relationship, 9-12 time • • • • • 144

duration and intervals, 80-83 hours and minutes, 82-83 months, days, weeks, years, 84-85 telling time after the hour, 76-77 telling time before the hour, 78-79