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1 Ch. 1 Test Review

2 1-1 Understanding Whole Numbers Question #1 3 minutes

3 1-1 Understanding Whole Numbers 1. Refer to the model. Rummis is three hundred forty- nine million, eleven thousand miles from its sun. Katik is four million, seventy-two thousand miles from Rummis. How far is Katik from the sun? Sun Katik Rummis

4 1-2 Estimating with Whole Numbers and Properties Question #2 4 minutes

5 1-2 Estimating with Whole Numbers and Properties 2. The Commutative property states that the order in which two numbers are added or multiplied together does not matter, the answer remains the same. Is this true for subtraction? Prove your answer with an example.

6 1-2 Estimating with Whole Numbers and Properties Question #3 5 minutes

7 1-2 Estimating with Whole Numbers and Properties 3. You go to the movies on Friday night. It costs you $8.76 to get in, $3.98 for a box of candy, $4.44 for a soda and $9.08 for popcorn. About how much do you spend?

8 1-3 Order of Operations and the Distributive Property Question #4 3 minutes

9 1-3 Order of Operations and the Distributive Property 4. Simplify: ((76 – 3 x 18) ÷ ) ÷ 1 Remember the Challenge problem on Pg. 8 in your notes???

10 1-3 Order of Operations and the Distributive Property Question #4 3 minutes

11 1-3 Order of Operations and the Distributive Property 5. Fill in the blanks to complete the problem using the distributive property: 7 ( 45) = 7 (________) = 7 (_____) + 7 (_____) = _____ + _____ = _________s

12 1-4 Understanding, Comparing and Ordering Decimals Question #6 5 minutes

13 1-4 Understanding, Comparing and Ordering Decimals 6. The diameter of a golf ball is one and six thousand, eight hundred seventy-two ten-thousandths inches. a) Write this number in standard form. b) Write this number in expanded form. c) Round this number to the hundredths place.

14 1-5 Adding, Subtracting and Multiplying Decimals Question #7 5 minutes

15 1-5 Adding, Subtracting and Multiplying Decimals 7. You go to the movies with 3 friends. You get two boxes of candy, a large soda and a medium popcorn. How much change will you get from a $50.00 if you pay only for your stuff only? Movie TicketPopcornSodaExtras Adult - $8.98Large - $9.88Large - $4.55Candy - $3.99 Senior - $7.00Medium - $8.12Medium - $3.44Nachos - $5.59 Student - $7.55Small - $6.58Small - $2.33Peanuts - $2.34 Child - $4.50Junior - $4.77Junior - $1.22

16 1-5 Adding, Subtracting and Multiplying Decimals Question #8 5 minutes

17 1-5 Adding, Subtracting and Multiplying Decimals 8. You buy 8 apples for $0.54 each and 9 pears for $0.88 each. How much change do you get from a $20?

18 1-6 Dividing Decimals Question #9 4 minutes

19 1-6 Dividing Decimals 9. You and 2 friends go for pizza. If the bill is $13.49 and you each pay the same amount, how much does each person pay?

20 1-6 Dividing Decimals Question #10 4 minutes

21 1-6 Dividing Decimals 10. How many bags of gummy bears can you buy with $15 if they are $1.25 each?

22 1-7 Exploring, Comparing and Ordering Decimals Question #11 4 minutes

23 1-7 Exploring, Comparing and Ordering Decimals 11. The picture below shows some of the lowest temperatures for October in Alaska. Order the cities from least to greatest.

24 1-7 Exploring, Comparing and Ordering Decimals Question #12 3 minutes

25 1-7 Exploring, Comparing and Ordering Integers 12. Draw each number line. Graph each integer and its opposite on the number line.

26 1-7 Exploring, Comparing and Ordering Decimals Question #1 4 minutes

27 1-7 Exploring, Comparing and Ordering Integers 13. You have $ in your checking account. You withdraw $33.75 a week for four weeks. Write an integer to represent the amount you withdraw over the four week period.

28 1-8 Adding and Subtracting Integers Question #14 4 minutes

29 1-8 Adding and Subtracting Integers 14. A submarine is at a depth of 145 feet. If the submarine were to dive another 65 feet, what depth would the submarine be at? Write an equation with the proper integers and show you answer with the proper integer. Draw a picture if needed!!!

30 1-9 Multiplying and Dividing Integers Question #15 5 minutes

31 1-9 Multiplying and Dividing Integers 15. A hiker climes from an altitude of 254 feet to 10,877 feet in six hours. Find the hikers vertical speed in feet per hours. (feet ÷ hours) Draw a picture if needed!!!

32 1-9 Multiplying and Dividing Integers Question #16 4 minutes

33 1-9 Multiplying and Dividing Integers 16. You have $1, in your bank account. If you withdraw $88.76 a week for three weeks and take no other money out of your account, what is the balance of your bank account at the end of the three week period?


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