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In this lesson, we will learn how to apply the distributive property to evaluate expressions and solve problems including real-life situations.

Q1:

The average attendance per game during a season of baseball was about 65,000 people. Use the distributive property to find how many people attended 7 games during that season.

Q2:

Fill in the blank: 4 0 0 = ( 3 Γ 1 0 0 ) + ( Γ 1 0 0 ) .

Q3:

Complete:

Q4:

Given that π₯ Γ ( 6 + 9 ) = ( β 7 Γ 6 ) + ( β 7 Γ 9 ) , find the value of π₯ .

Q5:

Using the distributive property, calculate 5 9 + 5 9 Γ ( β 4 9 ) 2 .

Q6:

Use the distributive property to calculate the value of 7 6 + 7 6 Γ 2 5 β 7 6 ο¨ .

Q7:

Q8:

Using the distributive property, calculate 1 2 + 1 2 Γ 8 8 ο¨ .

Q9:

Using the distributive property, calculate 5 7 Γ 4 7 β 4 7 2 .

Q10:

Nada is trying to figure out the cost of 8 juice boxes that are sold for $4.11 each. Which of the following mathematical sentences can be used to help Nada do her calculations easily and states the real number property applied?

Q11:

Sherif bought 7 new outfits for $65 each for his wardrobe. Determine the expression that represents the total cost. Using the distributive property, determine an equivalent expression that can be used to calculate the total cost mentally.

Q12:

A print shop charges $0.04 to print a page in black and white and $0.16 to print it in colour. Use the distributive property to determine the total cost of printing 27 pages in both black and white and colour.

Q13:

Evaluate and simplify 3 8 Γ 9 1 6 + 5 1 6 Γ 1 2 + 3 8 Γ 1 8 + 5 1 6 Γ οΌ β 1 8 ο properties of real numbers.

Q14:

Use the number bonds to help you find the missing numbers in the equations.

Q15:

Use Samehβs fact to find the missing numbers.

Q16:

A DIY store has 154 hammers and 171 screwdrivers on sale for $9.03 each. Determine how much money the DIY store will earn if all the hammers and screwdrivers are sold. If the selling price decreased to $6.69, determine how much money the store would earn then, and calculate the difference between the storeβs earnings for both prices.

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