# 180 Days of Math for Fifth Grade Day 116 Answers Key

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## 180 Days of Math for Fifth Grade Answers Key Day 116

Directions: Solve each problem.

Question 1.
Subtract 68 from 189.
121

Explanation:
By subtracting the given number 68 from 189 the answer we get is 121.

Question 2. 270

Explanation: Question 3. The remainder is 5

Explanation: Question 4.
What is the number after 16,289?
16,290

Explanation:
The number after 16,289 is 16,290.

Question 5.
Write 0.65 as a percentage.
65%

Explanation:
First, Multiply both numerator and denominator by 100.
100 × $$\frac{0.65}{100}$$
100 × $$\frac{65}{100×100}$$
$$\frac{65}{100}$$
65%

Question 6.
45 ÷ 5 + (20 – 6) = _________
23

Explanation:
Calculate the expression by using the Bodmas rule.
45 ÷ 5 + (20 – 6)
45 ÷ 5 + (14)
9 + 14
23
Hence the answer for the given expression is 23.

Question 7. ÷ 6 = 9
54

Explanation:
Here we need to fill the answer in the given empty box.
Let us assume the empty box as X.
X ÷ 6 = 9
X = 9 × 6
X = 54

Question 8.
8 pints = __________ gallon(s)
1 gallon

Explanation:
1 pint is equal to $$\frac{1}{8}$$  gallon.
8 pints is equal to 1 gallon.

Question 9.
How many faces are on the prism? 8 faces

Explanation:
A hexagonal prism is a prism with a base and top. Hence hexagonal prism has 8 faces.

Question 10.
How many more books has Jim read than Bey? 12 books

Explanation:
The number of books Jim read this year is 16.
The number of books Bev read this year is 4.
Now we need to find How many more books has Jim read than Bey.
To calculate this we need to subtract the books read by Jim and the books read by Bev.
Hence, 16 – 4 =12
The number of books that Jim read than Bev is 12

Question 11.
If the probability is $$\frac{1}{10}$$ that someone in a group of people has red hair, how many people in a group of 50 will likely have a hair color other than red?
Jenny’s MP3 player has 97 songs on it. If each song cost $1.25, how much did it cost for all the songs on her MP3 player? Answer:$121.25
one song cost = $1.25 Now we need to calculate, Cost for all the songs on Jenny’s MP3 player So to calculate the cost for each song we need to multiply Jenny’s MP3 player and song cost. 1 song cost$1.25
Cost for all the songs = 97 × $1.25 =$121.25