# Created by Terri Street Copyright, 2000  1,000,0001,000,000  500,000500,000  250,000250,000  125,000125,000  64,00064,000  32,00032,000  16,00016,000.

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Created by Terri Street Copyright, 2000

 1,000,0001,000,000  500,000500,000  250,000250,000  125,000125,000  64,00064,000  32,00032,000  16,00016,000  8,0008,000  4,0004,000  2,0002,000  1,0001,000  500500  300300  200200  100100

Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.

 B.27 B.27  C. 40 C. 40  A. 43 A. 43  D. 30 D. 30 Find the number that makes the ratios equivalent. 3:5 = ___:45

Back to Board  B. 27

 A. 5 A. 5  C. -1 C. -1  B. 9 B. 9  D. -15 D. -15 Evaluate 7 – 3 + (-5)

Back to Board C. -1

 A. 0.432 A. 0.432  C. 0.0432 C. 0.0432  B. 0.00432 B. 0.00432  D. 4.320 D. 4.320 Which of the following is equivalent to 4.32 X 10 -3

Back to Board B. 0.00432

 D. 100000 D. 100000  C. 1000000 C. 1000000  B. 50 B. 50  A. 0.00001 A. 0.00001 Which of the following is equivalent to 10 5

Back to Board D. 100,000

 A. 15 A. 15  C. 46 C. 46  D. 345 D. 345  B. 11.5 B. 11.5 Find 5% of 230

Back to Board B. 11.5

 A. -1, -1 ¾,1/3, 12 A. -1, -1 ¾,1/3, 12  C. -1 ¾, -1, 1/3, 12 C. -1 ¾, -1, 1/3, 12  B. 1/3, -1, -1 ¾, 12 B. 1/3, -1, -1 ¾, 12  D. -1, 1/3, -1 ¾, 12 D. -1, 1/3, -1 ¾, 12 Order the numbers -1 ¾, 12, 1/3, and -1 least to greatest

Back to Board C. -1 ¾, -1, 1/3, 12

 A. 26°C A. 26°C  C. -24°C C. -24°C  B. 24°C B. 24°C  D. 20°C D. 20°C In January, the average high temperature in Bangor,Maine is - 2°C. In Orlando, Florida the average high temperature is 22°C. How much warmer is it in Orlando than in Bangor?

Back to Board B. 24°C

 A. -45 A. -45  C. -25 C. -25  B. 45 B. 45  D. 25 D. 25 Evaluate -5/2-7/

Back to Board C. -25

 A. 9 A. 9  D. -9 D. -9 The number that is 5 less than -4.  C. -1 C. -1  B. 1 B. 1

Back to Board D. -9

The number that is 7 more than -9.  A. 16 A. 16  C. 2 C. 2  B. -16 B. -16  D. -2 D. -2

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 A. -7 A. -7 -4 -9 + 12 +-6  C. 11 C. 11  B. 19 B. 19  D. 7 D. 7

Back to Board A. -7

 B. 13 23/40 B. 13 23/40 You are stacking 5 books. The books have thicknesses of 2 1/8 inches, 4 2/5 inches, 1 ¾ inches, 3 inches, 2 3/10 inches. How tall is the stack?  A. 12 23/40 A. 12 23/40  C. 12 7/10 C. 12 7/10  D. 13 2/3 D. 13 2/3

Back to Board B. 13 23/40

 C. 20% C. 20% Sally receives 1/5 of an inheritance. What percent of the 1 million did she receive?  A. \$2,000 A. \$2,000  B. \$20,000 B. \$20,000  D. 10% D. 10%

Back to Board C. 20%

 C. 48 C. 48 The temp in the morning was -3F and by the afternoon it was 45F. What was the change in temperature?  A. -42 A. -42  D. 41 D. 41  B. 42 B. 42

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 A. 25% A. 25% A shirt originally cost \$35.48 and is on sale now for \$26.61. What is the percent of change?  B. 26.61 B. 26.61  D. 62.09 D. 62.09  C. 15% C. 15%

A. 25%

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