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## 180 Days of Math for Fifth Grade Answers Key Day 26

**Directions Solve each problem.**

Question 1.

Answer:

By subtracting 11 from 20 we get 9.

20 – 11 = 9

Question 2.

3 × 40 = ___

Answer:

By multiplying 3 with 40 we get 120.

3 x 40 = 120

Question 3.

Answer:

By dividing 54 with 9 we get 6.

54 ÷ 9 = 6

Question 4.

Write the smallest numeral possible using the digits 5, 3, and 8.

_____________________

Answer:

By arranging the numbers in ascending order we get the possible smallest numeral,

By using ascending order we get 358.

Question 5.

\(\frac{2}{3}\) of 30 is ___.

Answer:

By multiplying \(\frac{2}{3}\) with 30 we get 20.

\(\frac{2}{3}\) x 30 = 20

Question 6.

(4 • 5) – 12 = ___

Answer:

By multiplying 4 with 5 we get 20,

By subtracting 12 from 20 we get 8.

20 – 12 = 8

Question 7.

48 ÷ = 8

Answer:

48 ÷ x = 8

48 ÷ 8 = x

x = 6

Question 8.

______ cups = 3 gallons

Answer:

1 cup = 1 gallon,

By multiplying 3 with 16 we get 48,

Therefore, 3 gallons is equal to 48 cups.

Question 9.

Is the angle obtuse, acute or right?

Answer: As the angle is less than 90 degrees, which means it is an acute angle.

Question 10.

Which two ice cream flavors had the same number of people choose them?

_______________

Answer: Banana and Vanilla have the same number of people

Question 11.

A family has five members: a mom, a dad, two sisters, and a brother. The family lines up single file. What is the probability that the dad is at the front of the line?

_____________________

Answer: 1/5 is the probability for dad to be at the front line.

Question 12.

Anita had 24.5 m of fabric. She made 6 skirts using 1.34 m of fabric per skirt. How much fabric did she have left over?

_______________

Answer:

Given,

Anita had 24.5 m of fabric,

She made 6 skirts using 1.34 m of fabric per skirt,

By multiplying 6 with 1.34 we get 8.04,

By subtracting 8.04 from 24.5 we get 16.46,

Therefore, Anita had 16.46 m of fabric left over.