Fractions/Mixed Numbers/Decimals/Integers/Percentages
(Hint: Factor and “cancel”)


Invert divisor and multiply



Since the divisor has two decimal places, we must multiply the divisor and dividend by 100. Therefore, the problemreads

Since the divisor has one decimal place , we must multiply the divisor and dividend by 10. Therefore, the problem reads 

11. Express as a decimal :
Do NOT round unless indicated. 
12. Express as a decimal :

Line up the decimal points



Percentage Problems
For percentage problems, the use of proportions is very efficient
a =% (Because % means division by 100) b = part of the whole c = the whole being discussed 




Integers/ Order of Operations
Multiply / Divide in order from left to right, then Add / Subtract in order from left to right
Place Value and Rounding
Review the place value names
24. Round to the nearest ten: 126.457→ 130
25. Round to the nearest tenth: 126.456 → 126.5
26. Round to the nearest hundred: 279.712 → 300
Long Division
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