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## 180 Days of Math for Fifth Grade Answers Key Day 89

**Directions: Solve each problem.**

Question 1.

Calculate the sum of 46 and 8.

Answer:

54

Explanation:

Question 2.

3 â€¢ 28 = ___________

Answer:

84

Explanation:

Question 3.

Answer:

7.857

Explanation:

Question 4.

Write the even number after 5,367.

Answer:

5368

Explanation:

An even number is any number which can be divided by 2.

The division of 5,367 and 2 is 2,683.5

The next number is 5368, when divided by 2 gives 2684.

Question 5.

\(\frac{1}{3}\) of 60 is _________.

Answer:

20

Explanation:

(1/3) of 60

= (1/3) Ã— 60

= 60 Ã· 3

= 20

Question 6.

25 + 35 Ã· 7 = ___________

Answer:

30

Explanation:

First, Divide 35 and 7

35 Ã· 7 = 5

Now add 25 and 5; 25 + 5 = 30

Question 7.

37 + = 74

Answer:

37

Explanation:

Let us consider the blank space be ‘x’.

37 + x = 74

Subtract 37 on both sides.

37 + x – 37 = 74 – 37

x = 37

Question 8.

Write the time in words.

Answer:

Three nineteen (3 : 19)

Explanation:

As the small hand is near three and the long hand is near nineteen.

Therefore, the time represents 3 : 19.

Question 9.

Name the polygon.

Answer:

Quadrilateral

Explanation:

It is a quadrilateral as it has four sides and all are unequal sides.

Question 10.

True or false?

The mode is the number that occurs most often in a set of data.

Answer:

True

Explanation:

Yes, it is true the number that occurs most often in a set of data is mode.

Question 11.

Imagine that you write each letter of the word CALIFORNIA on individual cards. You shuffle them, turn them facedown on a table, and turn over the top card. What is the probability of turning over a R?

Answer:

(1/10)

Explanation:

There are 10 letters, as we write each letter in each cards so 10 cards. So, The probability of turning over a R is (1/10).

Question 12.

Factor wheels show all the factors of the number in the center, Complete the factor wheel.

Answer: