### Unit 5

Here is a copy of the take home question from the Unit 5 test:
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22.) TAKE HOME:

This question is meant to benefit you or your family. Please do it WITHOUT the help of another person.
The next time you are at the grocery store, do a price comparison of a product that you or your family is

Compare two different sizes of the same type of product. Use ratios, rates, unit rates, or proportions to
make a decision about what is the best choice for your family.

Bring in a paper with all your work (neatly organized!) that helped you make your decision.  Be sure to
include what you decided to buy and why!
* This is all on you - no help from others!

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For the Unit Review, the answer to #23 is 7 and 1/3

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### Unit 2

Unit 2: Rational Numbers

Learning Targets:

• I can convert fractions, decimals, and percents.
• I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide positive and negative fractions.
• I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide positive and negative decimals.

Rational Numbers: A rational number is a number that can be expressed as a RATIO of two integers.
Terminating Decimal: A decimal that ends, or only repeats a zero.
Repeating Decimal: A decimal that has a pattern that repeats.

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Unit 2 Review

Practice:

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Fraction/Decimal Conversion:
From Memory Set A
From Memory Set B
Fraction to Decimal Set A
Fraction to Decimal Set B
Fraction to Decimal Set C
Decimal to Fraction Set A
Decimal to Fraction Set B

Quizlet Fraction Addition & Subtraction Set A
Quizlet Fraction Addition & Subtraction Set B
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### Unit 1

Unit 1: Integer Operations

Learning Targets:

• I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers.
• I can evaluate expressions that have exponents with integer bases.
• I can solve real-world problems that involve integer operations.

Integers: The set of whole numbers and their opposites: {...-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3,...}
Absolute Value: The distance a number is from zero
Opposites: Two numbers that can be added together to equal zero
Additive Inverse: The sum of an integer and its additive inverse is zero.
(Remember that division by zero is undefined)

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