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Use benchmarks to estimate the sum.
three-fifths+start fraction 3 over 17 end fraction
A. 2
B. one-half
C. 1
D. 0

Estimate the difference.
6five twelvths – 4one ninth
A. 2
B. 3
C. 1
D. 4

Estimate the product.
6four elevenths×2one over twelve
A. 18
B. 14
C. 12
D. 13

Find the sum.
start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction+start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction
A. 2
B. one-eighteenth
C. start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction
D. one-third

–start fraction 5 over 6 end fraction+ Start Fraction 6 over 18 End Fraction
A. –one-half
B. start fraction 12 over 49 end fraction
C. –1start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction
D. 12

7start fraction 3 over 10 end fraction + 6start fraction 1 over 5 end fraction
A. 13start fraction 4 over 15 end fraction
B. 13one-half
C. 13Start Fraction 2 over 25 End Fraction
D. 13 start fraction 1 over 5 end fraction

start fraction 7 over 12 end fraction –one-half
A. 3Start fraction 5 over 12 End fraction
B. start fraction 1 over 12 end fraction
C. three-fifths
D. one-fourth

–3start fraction 3 over 7 end fraction– 1start fraction 2 over 7 end fraction
A. 2start fraction 1 over 14 end fraction
B. –4start fraction 1 over 7 end fraction
C. –4start fraction 5 over 7 end fraction
D.
2start fraction 1 over 7 end fraction

8three-fourths– 2start fraction 5 over 8 end fraction
A. 6one-eighth
B. 6one-half
C. 5start fraction 5 over 6 end fraction
D. 5start fraction 15 over 16 end fraction

Find the product.
six sevenths of 21
A. 3
B. 18
C. 126
D. 21six sevenths

five sixths× 24
A. 120
B. 24five sixths
C. 20
D. 4

Start Fraction 1 over 11 End Fraction × three-ninths
A. start fraction 1 over 33 end fraction
B. start fraction 14 over 33 end fraction
C. start fraction 1 over 5 end fraction
D. start fraction 4 over 99 end fraction

3start fraction 2 over 5 end fraction× 5one-half
A. 8start fraction 1 over 5 end fraction
B. 15start fraction 1 over 5 end fraction
C. 18start fraction 7 over 10 end fraction
D. 15start fraction 3 over 10 end fraction

Find the quotient.
start fraction 3 over 13 end fraction÷ one-third
A. 1start fraction 4 over 9 end fraction
B. start fraction 22 over 39 end fraction
C. Start Fraction 9 over 13 End Fraction
D. Start Fraction 1 over 13 End Fraction

start fraction 2 over 3 end fraction÷Start Fraction 8 over 9 End Fraction
A. 1start fraction 1 over 3 end fraction
B. three-fourths
C. 1start fraction 5 over 9 end fraction
D. start fraction 16 over 27 end fraction

–9 ÷ five eighths
A. –eight over forty five
B. 5 over 72
C. –14two fifths
D. 5five eighths

Chase is making calzones that require 2three-fourthspounds of beef. He only has 1start fraction 1 over 6 end fractionpound left. How much more does he need?
A. 1start fraction 7 over 12 end fraction pound
B. 1start fraction 1 over 6 end fraction pound
C. start fraction 5 over 6 end fraction pound
D. start fraction 11 over 12 end fractionpound

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