Ch.12 Skills Bank
Textbook
6 Math Nelson
Chapter
Chapter 12
Section
Ch.12
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Name the letter on the number line that corresponds to each number.

1 \frac{1}{2}

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Q1a

Name the letter on the number line that corresponds to each number.

\dfrac{5}{6}

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Q1b

Name the letter on the number line that corresponds to each number.

1 \frac{2}{3}

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Q1c

Name the letter on the number line that corresponds to each number.

\dfrac{1}{6}

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Q1d

Name the letter on the number line that corresponds to each number.

\dfrac{5}{4}

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Q1e

Name the letter on the number line that corresponds to each number.

\dfrac{2}{4}

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Q1f

Compare. Write >, <, or =. Show your work.

\dfrac{4}{5} \square \dfrac{3}{5}

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Q2a

Compare. Write >, <, or =. Show your work.

\dfrac{8}{3} \square \dfrac{5}{3}

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Q2b

Compare. Write >, <, or =. Show your work.

\dfrac{1}{3} \square \dfrac{1}{5}

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Q2c

Compare. Write >, <, or =. Show your work.

\dfrac{7}{5} \square \dfrac{7}{4}

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Q2d

Compare. Write >, <, or =. Show your work.

1 \dfrac{3}{4} \square 1 \dfrac{1}{2}

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Q2e

Compare. Write >, <, or =. Show your work.

2 \dfrac{1}{2} \square 2 \dfrac{4}{8}

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Q2f

Order each set of numbers from least to greatest.

2 \dfrac{1}{3}, \dfrac{5}{3}, \dfrac{2}{3}

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Q3a

Order each set of numbers from least to greatest.

1 \dfrac{3}{8}, 2 \dfrac{1}{8}, 1 \dfrac{2}{4}

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Q3b

Order each set of numbers from least to greatest.

\dfrac{5}{3}, 1 \dfrac{5}{6}, \dfrac{2}{3}, 1 \dfrac{1}{3}

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Q3c

Write a decimal equivalent for each fraction.

\dfrac{2}{5}

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Q4a

Write a decimal equivalent for each fraction.

\dfrac{1}{4}

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Q4b

Write a decimal equivalent for each fraction.

\dfrac{6}{5}

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Q4c

Write a decimal equivalent for each fraction.

\dfrac{7}{2}

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Q4d

Write a decimal equivalent for each fraction.

1 \dfrac{6}{8}

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Q4e

Write a decimal equivalent for each fraction.

2 \dfrac{3}{4}

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Q4f

Write an equivalent fraction for each decimal.

0.7

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Q5a

Write an equivalent fraction for each decimal.

0.30

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Q5b

Write an equivalent fraction for each decimal.

0.47

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Q5c

Write an equivalent fraction for each decimal.

1.4

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Q5d

Write an equivalent fraction for each decimal.

1.5

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Q5e

Write an equivalent fraction for each decimal.

2.62

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Q5f

Write the ratio of glass beads to wooden beads.

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Q6a

Write the ratio of wooden beads to glass beads.

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Q6b

Nana makes rock candy with 1 cup of water and 5 cups of sugar.

a) Model the ratio of sugar to water with counters.

b) Write the ratio of sugar to water.

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Q7

Drew made Aboriginal soft-bread from a recipe that read “Mix the cups of white corn flour to sugar in a 5 to 1 ratio.”

a) If Drew used 10 cups of white corn flour, how many cups of sugar did he use?

b) Write another part-to-part ratio for the recipe.

c) Write four other ratios describing the flour and sugar mixture.

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Q8

Copy and complete each equivalent ratio.

1 to 8 = \square to 64

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Q9a

Copy and complete each equivalent ratio.

4 to 10 = \square to 70

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Q9b

Copy and complete each equivalent ratio.

12 to 14 = \square to 7

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Q9c

Copy and complete each equivalent ratio.

18 to 2 = \square to 1

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Q9d

William wants to make a carving from plaster of Paris. She will make the plaster of Paris using a ratio of 2 parts plaster to 1 part water. If she uses 6 cups of plaster of Paris, how many cups of water will she need to add?

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Q10

What percent of each whole is coloured?

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Q11a

What percent of each whole is coloured?

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Q11b

What percent of each whole is coloured?

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Q11c

Write each ratio as a percent. Use a hundredths grid.

92 to 100

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Q12a

Write each ratio as a percent. Use a hundredths grid.

12 to 20

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Q12b

Write each ratio as a percent. Use a hundredths grid.

\dfrac{9}{25}

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Q12c

Write each ratio as a percent. Use a hundredths grid.

\dfrac{8}{40}

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Q12d

Write each ratio as a percent. Use a hundredths grid.

8:100

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Q12e

Write each ratio as a percent. Use a hundredths grid.

40:50

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Q12f

What percent might you use to describe each?

all

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Q13a

What percent might you use to describe each?

almost all

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Q13b

What percent might you use to describe each?

none

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Q13c

What percent might you use to describe each?

almost none

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Q13d

What percent might you use to describe each?

a little over half

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Q13e

What percent might you use to describe each?

just less than one fourth

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Q13f

Write each set of numbers as percents and order them from least to greatest.

16%, \dfrac{1}{10}, 0.14, 0.9

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Q14a

Write each set of numbers as percents and order them from least to greatest.

0.98, \dfrac{12}{15}, 87%, 0.89

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Q14b

Write each set of numbers as percents and order them from least to greatest.

40%, 0.59, \dfrac{6}{8}, 0.38

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Q14c

Data was collected on how people in Toronto travel to work.

a) Copy and complete the table.

b) Order the methods of travel from least to greatest.

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Q15

Calculate 10% and 25% of each measurement. Show your work.

a 100 m swimming pool

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Q16a

Calculate 10% and 25% of each measurement. Show your work.

a 10 km run

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Q16b

Calculate 10% and 25% of each measurement. Show your work.

a 60 min class

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Q16c

Calculate 10% and 25% of each measurement. Show your work.

a group of 440 people

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Q16d

Estimate or calculate each percent. Show your work.

75% of 40

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Q17a

Estimate or calculate each percent. Show your work.

50% of 212

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Q17b

Estimate or calculate each percent. Show your work.

10% of $189

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Q17c

Estimate or calculate each percent. Show your work.

40% of $50

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Q17d

Estimate or calculate each percent. Show your work.

15% of 60 km

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Q17e

Estimate or calculate each percent. Show your work.

20% of 67 people

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Q17f

For each book, about how many pages are in one chapter?

a three-chapter book with 45 pages

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Q18a

For each book, about how many pages are in one chapter?

a five-chapter book with 70 pages

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Q18b

For each book, about how many pages are in one chapter?

a six-chapter book with 90 pages

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Q18c

Four families are travelling to Niagara Falls from different places. Order their speeds from least to greatest.

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Q19

Which store has the best bargain for kiwis?

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Q20