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1) 301 × 47 = 2) 584 × 42 = 3) 814 × 21 =
4) 636 × 72 = 5) 566 × 69 = 6) 868 × 95 =
7) 429 × 64 = 8) 129 × 53 = 9) 824 × 14 =
10) 415 × 21 = 11) 824 × 64 = 12) 572 × 30 =
1. 14,147
2. 24,528
3. 17,094
4. 45,792
5. 39,054
6. 82,460
7. 27,456
8. 6,837
9. 11,536
10. 8,715
11. 52,736
12. 17,160
Lattice 3 by 2Use the Lattice Multiplication to solve each problem.
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1) 453 × 80 = 2) 642 × 85 = 3) 447 × 72 =
4) 245 × 89 = 5) 834 × 16 = 6) 508 × 78 =
7) 235 × 12 = 8) 727 × 38 = 9) 421 × 23 =
10) 649 × 90 = 11) 915 × 56 = 12) 470 × 39 =
1. 36,240
2. 54,570
3. 32,184
4. 21,805
5. 13,344
6. 39,624
7. 2,820
8. 27,626
9. 9,683
10. 58,410
11. 51,240
12. 18,330
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1) 347 × 60 = 2) 525 × 76 = 3) 481 × 35 =
4) 310 × 73 = 5) 978 × 17 = 6) 500 × 86 =
7) 911 × 58 = 8) 844 × 56 = 9) 702 × 78 =
10) 637 × 60 = 11) 322 × 38 = 12) 527 × 36 =
1. 20,820
2. 39,900
3. 16,835
4. 22,630
5. 16,626
6. 43,000
7. 52,838
8. 47,264
9. 54,756
10. 38,220
11. 12,236
12. 18,972
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1) 164× 39
1,476+ 4,920
6,396
2) 459× 15
2,295+ 4,590
6,885
3) 224× 92
448+ 20,160
20,608
4) 862× 79
7,758+ 60,340
68,098
5) 261× 76
1,566+ 18,270
19,836
6) 667× 89
6,003+ 53,360
59,363
7) 360× 11
360+ 3,600
3,960
8) 631× 43
1,893+ 25,240
27,133
9) 155× 51
155+ 7,750
7,905
10) 165× 73
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12,045
11) 630× 35
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1) 572× 36
3,432+ 17,160
20,592
2) 879× 74
3,516+ 61,530
65,046
3) 765× 51
765+ 38,250
39,015
4) 368× 20
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5) 583× 34
2,332+ 17,490
19,822
6) 143× 29
1,287+ 2,860
4,147
7) 787× 74
3,148+ 55,090
58,238
8) 739× 76
4,434+ 51,730
56,164
9) 784× 32
1,568+ 23,520
25,088
10) 441× 91
441+ 39,690
40,131
11) 436× 85
2,180+ 34,880
37,060
12) 682× 47
4,774+ 27,280
32,054
25,088 32,054 4,147 7,360
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1) A cruise ship compartment can hold 440 pieces of luggage. If a ship had 42 compartments,how many pieces of luggage can it hold?
2) Paige was building a LEGO tower. She built it with 822 stories and with 13 blocks on eachstory. How many LEGO blocks would she have used?
3) The booths at the state fair make 859 dollars an hour. How much money would they haveearned after 26 hours?
4) Adam was collecting cans for recycling. In 5 months he had collected 449 bags with 50cans inside each bag. How many cans did he have total?
5) In NYC each mail truck has 587 pieces of junkmail. If there are 40 mail trucks, how muchjunk mail do they have total?
6) A vat of orange juice contains the juice from 440 oranges. If a company has 94 vats, howmany oranges would they use to fill them all?
7) A gas station sells 722 gallons of gas an hour. How much gas would they have sold after70 hours?
8) A new library received 767 boxes of books with 17 books in each box. How many booksdid the library receive total?
9) If an industrial machine could make 109 pencils in a second, how many pencils would ithave made in 57 seconds?
10) A pizza chain uses 952 grams of cheese on their pizzas. If they sold 98 pizzas, how manygrams would they have used?
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1) A new library received 851 boxes of books with 98 books in each box. How many booksdid the library receive total?
2) A candy store had 726 empty shelves. If each shelf can hold 68 pieces of candy, how manypieces would they need total to fill up all the shelves?
3) A farmer has 750 rows of corn. If he can get 63 ears of corn from each row, how many earsof corn would he have total?
4) A movie theater sells 891 buckets of popcorn a day. If each bucket has 10 pieces ofpopcorn in it, how many pieces do they sell in a day?
5) There are 528 hotels in a hotel chain. If each hotel has 56 rooms, how many rooms arethere total?
6) A construction crew uses 922 pounds of concrete for each section of a parking garage. Ifthe garage is going to have 98 sections, how many pounds of concrete will they need?
7) Mike was collecting cans for recycling. In 5 months he had collected 494 bags with 29cans inside each bag. How many cans did he have total?
8) Each day the gumball machine in the mall sells 901 gum balls. How many gum balls wouldthey have sold after 80 days?
9) Every hour a soup company produces 508 liters of soup. How much soup would thecompany have made after 70 hours?
10) A pizza chain uses 464 grams of cheese on their pizzas. If they sold 20 pizzas, how manygrams would they have used?
72,080 14,326 47,250 90,356 83,398
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1) Ned bought 331 pieces of candy to give to 35 of his friends. If hewants to give each friend the same amount, how many pieces would hehave left over?
331 ÷ 35 = 9 r16
2) An industrial machine can make 245 crayons a day. If each box ofcrayons has 20 crayons in it, how many full boxes does the machinemake a day?
245 ÷ 20 = 12 r5
3) A box of computer paper has 1004 sheets left in it. If each printer in acomputer lab needed 39 sheets how many printers would the box fillup?
1004 ÷ 39 = 25r29
4) Robin had 771 pennies. She wanted to place the pennies into 37 stacks,with the same amount in each stack. How many more pennies wouldshe need so all the stacks would be equal?
771 ÷ 37 = 20 r31
5) A builder needed to buy 960 nails for his latest project. If the nails heneeds come in boxes of 47, how many boxes will he need to buy?
960 ÷ 47 = 20 r20
6) Sarah received 541 dollars for her birthday. Later she found some toysthat cost 15 dollars each. How much money would she have left if shebought as many as she could?
541 ÷ 15 = 36 r1
7) Chloe had 600 songs on her mp3 player. If she wanted to put the songsequally into 29 different playlists, how many songs would she have leftover?
600 ÷ 29 = 20 r20
8) A movie theater needed 981 popcorn buckets. If each package has 25buckets in it, how many packages will they need to buy?
981 ÷ 25 = 39 r6
9) A florist had 1006 flowers. She wanted to put them into 30 bouquetswith the same number of flowers in each. How many more should sheget so she doesn't have any extra?
1006 ÷ 30 = 33r16
10) Janet wanted to drink exactly 48 bottles of water each day, so shebought 303 bottles when they were on sale. How many more bottleswill she need to buy on the last day?
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1) It takes 42 cherries to make an cherry pie. If a chef bought 444cherries, the last pie would need how many more cherries?
444 ÷ 42 = 10 r24
2) A box of light fixtures cost $19. If you had 158 dollars and bought asmany boxes as you could, how much money would you have left?
158 ÷ 19 = 8 r6
3) A librarian had to pack 384 books into boxes. If each box can hold 27books, how many boxes did she need?
384 ÷ 27 = 14 r6
4) A coat factory had 482 coats. If they wanted to put them into 29 boxes,with the same number of coats in each box, how many extra coatswould they have left over?
482 ÷ 29 = 16 r18
5) A new video game console needs 27 computer chips. If a machine cancreate 543 computer chips a day, how many video game consoles canbe created in a day?
543 ÷ 27 = 20 r3
6) A truck can hold 34 boxes. If you needed to move 249 boxes acrosstown, how many trips would you need to make?
249 ÷ 34 = 7 r11
7) A cafeteria was putting milk cartons into stacks. They had 231 cartonsand were putting them into stacks with 44 cartons in each sack. Howmany full stacks could they make?
231 ÷ 44 = 5 r11
8) A vat of orange juice was 435 pints. If you wanted to pour the vat into35 glasses with the same amount in each glass, how many pints wouldbe in each glass?
435 ÷ 35 = 12 r15
9) Oliver had 615 pieces of candy. If he wants to split the candy into 20bags with the same amount of candy in each bag, how many morepieces would he need to make sure each bag had the same amount?
615 ÷ 20 = 30 r15
10) Tickets for a concert cost 26 each. If you had 275 dollars, how muchmoney would you have left if you bought as many tickets as you couldafford?
275 ÷ 26 = 10 r15
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1) A movie store had 920 movies they were putting on 37 shelves. If theowner wanted to make sure each shelf had the same number of movieshow many more movies would he need?
920 ÷ 37 = 24 r32
2) A pizza store had 435 pieces of pepperoni to put on their pizzas. Ifeach pizza got 21 pieces, how many extra pieces of pepperoni wouldthey have?
435 ÷ 21 = 20 r15
3) A new video game console needs 19 computer chips. If a machine cancreate 904 computer chips a day, how many video game consoles canbe created in a day?
904 ÷ 19 = 47 r11
4) Emily received 924 dollars for her birthday. Later she found some toysthat cost 20 dollars each. How much money would she have left if shebought as many as she could?
924 ÷ 20 = 46 r4
5) A restaurant needs to buy 485 new plates. If each box has 19 plates init, how many boxes will they need to buy?
485 ÷ 19 = 25 r10
6) A school had 702 students sign up for the trivia teams. If they wantedto have 45 team, with the same number of students on each team, howmany more students would need to sign up?
702 ÷ 45 = 15 r27
7) Lana is making bead necklaces. She wants to use 355 beads to make15 necklaces. If she wants each necklace to have the same number ofbeads, how many beads will she have left over?
355 ÷ 15 = 23 r10
8) Edward's dad bought 447 centimeters of string. If he wanted to cut thestring into pieces with each piece being 45 centimeters long, howmany full sized pieces could he make?
447 ÷ 45 = 9 r42
9) Megan had 731 photos to put into a photo album. If each page holds 38photos, how many full pages will she have?
731 ÷ 38 = 19 r9
10) A florist had 595 flowers. She wanted to put them into 18 bouquetswith the same number of flowers in each. How many more should sheget so she doesn't have any extra?
595 ÷ 18 = 33 r1
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1) 78.9 - 55.779 = 23.121
2) 73 + 48.7 = 121.7
3) 41.3 - 20.65 = 20.65
4) 46 + 39.5 = 85.5
5) 72 - 67.01 = 4.99
6) 65 + 56.8 = 121.8
7) 58 - 45.183 = 12.817
8) 79.3 + 10.21 = 89.51
9) 17 - 1.2 = 15.8
10) 92 + 8.83 = 100.83
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1) Jerry bought 6.95 lbs of cherry and lime jelly beans for his birthday party. If 1.75 lbs werecherry flavor, how many pounds were lime flavor?
2) Paige was measuring how much taller she got over two years. In the first year she grew4.62 cm. In the second year she grew 7.7 cm. How much taller did she get altogether?
3) Vanessa downloaded two apps which were 17.73 kb total. If one app was 8.63 kb, how bigwas the other app?
4) Nancy was buying food for her birthday party. She bought a 52.93 oz bag of barbequechips and a 79.6 oz bag of regular chips. How many ounces did she buy all together?
5) Tom was weighing the amount of candy he received for Halloween. If he received 8.30 kgand his brother received 1.8 kg, how much candy did they get all together?
6) John ate a snack with 80.79 total calories. If the chips he ate were 43.39 calories, howmany calories were in the rest of his snack?
7) A computer programmer had two files with a total size of 93 gigabytes. If one of the fileswas 50.30 gigabytes, how big is the second file?
8) A weatherman was measuring the amount of rain two cities received over a week. City Areceived 3.74 inches while City B received 9.8 inches. How much rain did they get total?
9) During a science experiment, Mary found the mass of two rocks to be 41.4 grams and 74.3grams. What is the total mass of these two rocks?
10) Ned and Sarah were running a relay race. The race was 22.01 kilometers total. If Ned ran9.41 kilometers how far did Sarah run?
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1) Isabel downloaded two apps which were 12.48 kb total. If one app was 1.98 kb, how bigwas the other app?
2) Haley was buying food for her birthday party. She bought a 63.55 oz bag of barbeque chipsand a 63.9 oz bag of regular chips. How many ounces did she buy all together?
3) Paul walked 5.02 kilometers during the two days he was at the fair. One the first day hewalked 1.52 kilometers. How far did he walk the second day?
4) Henry bought 7.91 lbs of cherry and lime jelly beans for his birthday party. If 4.81 lbs werecherry flavor, how many pounds were lime flavor?
5) John and Gwen were comparing the distance they ran over a week. If John ran 12.27 milesand Gwen ran 5.7 miles, how far did they run total?
6) A scientist was measuring the daily sodium values of different foods. If a soda has 32.78%the daily value and fries have 35.3% the daily value, how much would they have together?
7) Roger weighed the candy he and his brother got from Halloween. Together they received9.29 kgs of candy. If Roger's amount was 2.89 kg how much was his brothers?
8) On Monday and Tuesday the lake received 8.73 inches of water. If it received 6.63 incheson Monday, how much did it receive on Tuesday?
9) Janet was measuring how much taller she got over two years. In the first year she grew2.27 cm. In the second year she grew 7.8 cm. How much taller did she get altogether?
10) A computer programmer had two files. The first was 34.89 gigabyes and the second was38.9 gigabytes. What is the total file size of both?
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2.21⁄10 = 2.1
3.150⁄100 = 1.5
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1) 3 × 0.7 =
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2.44⁄100 = 0.44
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4.32⁄10 = 3.2
5.96⁄100 = 0.96
6.166⁄100 = 1.66
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1) 0.2 × 0.1 = 2) 0.9 × 0.6 = 3) 0.4 × 0.7 =
4) 0.1 × 0.5 = 5) 0.3 × 0.9 = 6) 0.3 × 0.7 =
7) 0.4 × 0.2 = 8) 0.2 × 0.8 = 9) 0.1 × 0.2 =
10) 0.9 × 0.8 = 11) 0.9 × 0.5 = 12) 0.5 × 0.6 =
13) 0.3 × 0.6 = 14) 0.7 × 0.6 = 15) 0.3 × 0.7 =
1.2⁄100 = 0.02
2.54⁄100 = 0.54
3.28⁄100 = 0.28
4.5⁄100 = 0.05
5.27⁄100 = 0.27
6.21⁄100 = 0.21
7.8⁄100 = 0.08
8.16⁄100 = 0.16
9.2⁄100 = 0.02
10.72⁄100 = 0.72
11.45⁄100 = 0.45
12.30⁄100 = 0.3
13.18⁄100 = 0.18
14.42⁄100 = 0.42
15.21⁄100 = 0.21
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1) 0.7 × 0.7 = 2) 0.9 × 0.1 = 3) 0.1 × 0.6 =
4) 0.4 × 0.2 = 5) 0.2 × 0.8 = 6) 0.7 × 0.4 =
7) 0.9 × 0.6 = 8) 0.7 × 0.7 = 9) 0.5 × 0.7 =
10) 0.6 × 0.1 = 11) 0.5 × 0.9 = 12) 0.2 × 0.9 =
13) 0.7 × 0.3 = 14) 0.6 × 0.7 = 15) 0.3 × 0.2 =
1.49⁄100 = 0.49
2.9⁄100 = 0.09
3.6⁄100 = 0.06
4.8⁄100 = 0.08
5.16⁄100 = 0.16
6.28⁄100 = 0.28
7.54⁄100 = 0.54
8.49⁄100 = 0.49
9.35⁄100 = 0.35
10.6⁄100 = 0.06
11.45⁄100 = 0.45
12.18⁄100 = 0.18
13.21⁄100 = 0.21
14.42⁄100 = 0.42
15.6⁄100 = 0.06
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1. Count the quantity of numbers to the right of the decimal for each factor. 2. Add the amounts together. Your answer
should have the same quantity of numbers to the right of the decimal.
5.809 × 7.8 = 4 5 3 1 0 2
Also notice that 5 × 7 = 35 and 6 × 8 = 48 , so 5.809 × 7.8 will be a more than 35 but less than 48.
5.809 has 3 numbers right of the decimal (5.809) 7.8 has 1 number right of the decimal (7.8) 3 + 1 = 4
5.089 (3) × 7.8 (1) = 45.3102 (4)
1-10 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 5011-20 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0
1) 2 × 5.26 = 1 0 . 5 2
2) 7.1 × 2.15 = 1 5 . 2 6 5
3) 5.222 × 5.63 = 2 9 . 3 9 9 8 6
4) 9.77 × 5.4 = 5 2 . 7 5 8
5) 2.57 × 9.4 = 2 4 . 1 5 8
6) 5 × 4.9 = 2 4 . 5
7) 7.528 × 9.32 = 7 0 . 1 6 0 9 6
8) 4.3 × 2.872 = 1 2 . 3 4 9 6
9) 9.75 × 1.861 = 1 8 . 1 4 4 7 5
10) 6.4 × 9.355 = 5 9 . 8 7 2 0
11) 1.31 × 7.3 = 9 . 5 6 3
12) 7 × 7.1 = 4 9 . 7
13) 1.554 × 5.1 = 7 . 9 2 5 4
14) 5.5 × 9.56 = 5 2 . 5 8 0
15) 7.867 × 9.4 = 7 3 . 9 4 9 8
16) 1 × 5.27 = 5 . 2 7
17) 6.1 × 1.44 = 8 . 7 8 4
18) 3.181 × 4.84 = 1 5 . 3 9 6 0 4
19) 2.4 × 4.514 = 1 0 . 8 3 3 6
20) 3.39 × 8.621 = 2 9 . 2 2 5 1 9
1. 10.52
2. 15.265
3. 29.39986
4. 52.758
5. 24.158
6. 24.5
7. 70.16096
8. 12.3496
9. 18.14475
10. 59.8720
11. 9.563
12. 49.7
13. 7.9254
14. 52.580
15. 73.9498
16. 5.27
17. 8.784
18. 15.39604
19. 10.8336
20. 29.22519
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1. Count the quantity of numbers to the right of the decimal for each factor. 2. Add the amounts together. Your answer
should have the same quantity of numbers to the right of the decimal.
5.809 × 7.8 = 4 5 3 1 0 2
Also notice that 5 × 7 = 35 and 6 × 8 = 48 , so 5.809 × 7.8 will be a more than 35 but less than 48.
5.809 has 3 numbers right of the decimal (5.809) 7.8 has 1 number right of the decimal (7.8) 3 + 1 = 4
5.089 (3) × 7.8 (1) = 45.3102 (4)
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1) 2 × 9.41 = 1 8 . 8 2
2) 7 × 5.2 = 3 6 . 4
3) 8 × 5.62 = 4 4 . 9 6
4) 2.4 × 9.13 = 2 1 . 9 1 2
5) 5 × 2.8 = 1 4 . 0
6) 2 × 7.6 = 1 5 . 2
7) 1 × 6.2 = 6 . 2
8) 5 × 1.83 = 9 . 1 5
9) 2 × 3.26 = 6 . 5 2
10) 7.977 × 2.99 = 2 3 . 8 5 1 2 3
11) 5.2 × 5.41 = 2 8 . 1 3 2
12) 6.3 × 7.36 = 4 6 . 3 6 8
13) 4.977 × 2.65 = 1 3 . 1 8 9 0 5
14) 7.591 × 2.27 = 1 7 . 2 3 1 5 7
15) 1.482 × 9.2 = 1 3 . 6 3 4 4
16) 6.625 × 2.2 = 1 4 . 5 7 5 0
17) 6.489 × 7.13 = 4 6 . 2 6 6 5 7
18) 5 × 3.43 = 1 7 . 1 5
19) 8 × 4.2 = 3 3 . 6
20) 6 × 8.3 = 4 9 . 8
1. 18.82
2. 36.4
3. 44.96
4. 21.912
5. 14.0
6. 15.2
7. 6.2
8. 9.15
9. 6.52
10. 23.85123
11. 28.132
12. 46.368
13. 13.18905
14. 17.23157
15. 13.6344
16. 14.5750
17. 46.26657
18. 17.15
19. 33.6
20. 49.8
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1) 6 3 . 9× 7 . 0
0+ 4473 0
447 .3 0
2) 44 .8 4× 9 . 84
179 363 587 20
+ 40 356 004 41 .22 56
3) 88 .6× 5 .01
8860
+ 44 3 0004 43 . 886
4) 39 .6× 5 . 20
079 20
+ 1980 00205 .9 20
5) 2 8 . 15× 5 . 5
1 407 5+ 14 075 0
1 54 .82 5
6) 14 .3 6× 4 .9
12 9 24+ 57 4 40
7 0 . 3 64
7) 63 .14× 2 .08
50 5120
+ 1262 800131 .3 312
8) 1 8 . 65× 6 . 8
1 492 0+ 11 190 0
1 26 .82 0
9) 1 6 . 92× 8 .4
6 768+ 13 5 360
1 42 . 128
447.30 126.820 154.825
131.3312 441.2256 70.364
142.128 205.920 443.886
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1) 6 . 91× 2 .3
2 0 73+ 13 8 20
1 5 . 8 93
2) 6 5 .61× 4 .73
196834 59270
+ 26 24400310 .3353
3) 35 . 57× 9 .1
35 57+ 3201 30
323 .6 87
4) 64 .9× 2 .10
06 490
+ 12 9 8001 3 6 . 290
5) 2 .32× 5 .6
1 392+ 11 600
12 . 992
6) 36 . 10× 4 .9
324 90+ 1444 00
176 .8 90
7) 24 .2× 6 .03
7260
+ 14 5 2001 4 5 . 926
8) 72 .5× 7 .3
2 175+ 50 750
529 .25
9) 70 . 6× 5 . 8
564 8+ 3530 0
409 .4 8
409.48 145.926 12.992
136.290 323.687 529.25
310.3353 176.890 15.893
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1) 0 0 3 9 2 .99 .1 3 5 7 6 .0 0
03 5
03 5 72 7 3
8 4 68 1 9
2 7 01 8 2
8 8 08 1 9
6 1
2) 0 0 1 7 7 .7.7 7 1 3 6 .9 0 0
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01 3 6
7 75 9 95 3 9
6 0 05 3 9
6 1 05 3 9
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3) 0 1 7 3 5 0 .0.50 8 6 7 5 .0 0 0
08 65 03 6 73 5 0
1 7 51 5 0
2 5 02 5 0
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4) 0 1 0 5 9 .58 .2 8 6 8 8 .0 0
08 68 2
4 80
4 8 84 1 0
7 8 07 3 8
4 2 04 1 0
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5) 0 0 6 5 4 0 .4.9 9 6 4 7 5 .0 0 0
06 4
06 4 75 9 4
5 3 54 9 5
4 0 03 9 6
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4 0 03 9 6
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6) 0 0 8 48 .4 7 1 1 .9
07 1
07 1 16 7 2
3 9 93 3 6
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1. 393
2. 178
3. 17350
4. 1060
5. 6540
6. 85
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1) 0 1 0 4 6 .76 .5 6 8 0 4 .0 0
06 86 5
3 00
3 0 42 6 0
4 4 03 9 0
5 0 04 5 5
4 5
2) 0 0 5 2 7 6 .0. 71 3 7 4 6 .0 0 0
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03 7 43 5 5
1 9 61 4 2
5 4 04 9 7
4 3 04 2 6
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3) 0 1 1 3 3 2 .3.65 7 3 6 6 .0 0 0
07 36 5
8 66 52 1 61 9 5
2 1 01 9 5
1 5 01 3 0
2 0 01 9 5
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4) 0 4 4 9 8 .1.11 4 9 4 .8 0 0
04 94 4
5 44 41 0 8
9 99 08 8
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5) 0 0 3 2. 46 1 4 .9 6
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01 4 91 3 8
1 1 69 22 4
6) 0 7 5 41 .3 9 8 0 .4
09 89 1
7 06 5
5 45 2
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1. 1047
2. 5276
3. 11332
4. 4498
5. 33
6. 754
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