**Dominion Academy**

**Daily Assignment Sheet**

**Teacher: Brenda Lecklider Date Assigned: December 3**^{rd}

**Class: Math Date Due: December 8**^{th}

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**Wednesday: 4**^{th} Graders: Lesson 60 and 61 Practice problems

**5**^{th} Graders: Lesson 60 and Lesson 61 Practice problems, and Supplemental Practice for Lesson 57, problems 1-10

**6th Graders: ** Lesson 57, 58, and 59 Practice problems

**Thursday: 4**^{th} Graders: Lesson 61 Problem set, problems 1-25

**5**^{th} Graders: Lesson 61 Problem set, problems 1-25

**6**^{th} Graders: Lesson 59 Problem set, problems 1-30

**Friday: 4**^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th} Graders: Test

**Parent ****Responsibility:** Please be sure that your student has completed the homework.

**Parent Signature: ___________________________________________**

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**Correctly answer the following questions for an entry into the daily drawing.**

**5**^{th} Graders: A class of 30 students has 12 boys. Eight girls have braces and 5 boys have braces. Please answer the following 3 questions.

- What is the ratio of boys with braces to boys in the class?
- What is the ratio of girls with braces to girls in the class?
- Which group has the larger ratio of students with braces to students in class – boys or girls?

**5**^{th} Grade students who can accurately answer the following problem will get an entry into our daily drawing and a blue slip.

You are given a regular hexagon that has a perimeter of 144 cm. Each side of the regular hexagon has a square attached to it, and the area of each square rests entirely outside of the area defined by the regular hexagon. What is the total area of all of the squares?

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**6**^{th} Graders: The numbers 63, 720, 6435, 9, 252, and 9801 all belong in a given set, and none of the numbers 14, 5678, 4, 47, 246, and 3451 belong in the set. Which of the numbers 36, 52, 5, 459, and 3276 belong in the set?

How can the following equations be true?

23 + 60 = 1 5 + 5 = 2 6 + 24 = 1

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**Students who can accurately answer the following problem will get an entry into our daily drawing and a blue slip.**

Suppose you are getting a new in-ground swimming pool built at your house. The pool is going to be a rectangle that is 30 feet by 15 feet. The outside border of the deck around the pool will also be a rectangle, which is 44 feet by 28 feet. The deck is going to be covered by a new tile that has a special, nonslip surface, even when wet. Each of the tiles is a square that is 6 inches on a side, and there is no gap between any 2 tiles when they are laid. How much will be spent on purchasing just the right number of the tiles if they cost $3.47 each?