Name: Weekly Homework Sheet (3) Date: Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Compare the numbers using >, <, or =.
127,489____127,874
2,843,928____3,999,487

Write this number in expanded form.
208,000,478

What is the place value of the underlined digit?
4,789,938 3,729,492

Write this number in word form.
1,289,304

Find the Sum.
892,422 + 54,770

Find the Difference.
21,807  10,739

Find the Sum.
81,924 + 3,827

Find the Difference.
58,008 – 9,438

Find the product.
827 x 23

Find the product.
9,874 x 7

Find the product.
287 x 65

Find the product.
508 x 82

Find the Quotient. 5,389 ÷ 6

Find the Quotient. 9,276 ÷ 8

Find the Quotient. 2,408 ÷ 5

Find the Quotient. 7,398 ÷ 6

There are 22,456 pine trees in the park. The park workers are going to plant 6,478 more trees this year. How many trees will there be when they are done?

A furniture store received an order for 8,367 tables. They can fit 7 tables in a large shipping box. How many shipping boxes will they need to ship all of the tables?

Cassie wrote a book with 78,456 words. While she was revising her work, she erased 1,384 words. She than added 574 words. How many words does her story now have?

Kate is going to purchase a table for $255, a rug for $158, and 4 chairs for $97 each. How much money will she spend all together?

List the first 5 multiples, and find ALL the factors of 18.
Multiples:
Factors:
Prime or Composite?

List the first 5 multiples, and find ALL the factors of 21.
Multiples:
Factors:
Prime or Composite?

List the first 5 multiples, and find ALL the factors of 33.
Multiples:
Factors:
Prime or Composite?

List the first 5 multiples, and find ALL the factors of 37.
Multiples:
Factors:
Prime or Composite?

Complete the pattern and find the rule.
1, 2, 4, 7, 11, __, __, __
1, 3, 9, 27, 81, ___
Rule:

Complete the pattern and find the rule.
1, 3, 6, 10, 15, __, __, __, __
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, __, __, __, __
Rule:

Luis jogged 1 mile on Monday, 3 miles on Tuesday, and 5 miles on Wednesday. If this pattern continues, how many miles will he jog on Friday?

Sarah’s mom got her a Math tutor because she scored a 65 on her first math test. After getting some extra help she scored a 69 on the second test, 73 on the third test, and a 77 on the fourth test. If this pattern continues, on what test will Sarah score a 93?

Name the Fractions below.
1.
2.
3.

Equivalent fractions are fractions that are __________.
Use the model below to list 3 fractions that are equivalent to 1/2.

List an equivalent fraction for each fraction below. Include a picture.
=
31
=
41

Use multiplication to find 2 equivalent fractions.
32
61
53
