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1. What is the sum of 5/6 + 2/3?
2. Sue needs 2 1/3 cups of flour for a batch of cookies. How many complete batches can she make with 10 cups of flour?
3. Which of these numbers is irrational?
a. .25
b. 1/5
4. Solve 1/6 / 2/6
5.What expression is equivalent to 4 • 4 • 4 • 4 • 4 • 4 • 4 • 4?
6.What is 2/3 x 1/2. Remember to simplify to lowest terms.
7. Simplify the expression.
(3)^4
8. What is (–7)^5 in expanded form?
9.Solve if 2s^3 – 4r^1 r = 1 and s = 5.
10. How would you convince a fellow student that the number 0.57 is a rational number?

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After you make an effort to solve these problems, I'll be glad to help you.
For instance, it's hard to believe that you can't solve # 1. 
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2. Is 4 batches
3. Sqaure root of 3 is a irrational number
4. Is 1/2
5. Is 4^8
6. 1/3
7. Positive 81
8. A
9. 2(5)^3  4(1)^2 =246
5^3 =125
125x2 =250
1^2= 1
4x1 =4
2504 = 246
10. 0.57 is rational number because it can be written as a fraction, decimal and integer. For example 0.57 can be written as 57/100. 
And number 1 is 1 1/2

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