# 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

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 A. 2.749 A. 2.749  C. 2.758 C. 2.758  B. 0.748 B. 0.748  D. 2.737 D. 2.737 What number is between 2.750 and 2.740?

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 A. 1 A. 1  C. 3 C. 3  B. 8 B. 8  D. 5 D. 5 In the number 5, 163,098,427 which digit is in the millions place?

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 A. 869,052 A. 869,052  C. 896,025 C. 896,025  B. 896,125 B. 896,125  D. 896,051 D. 896,051 Which of the following numbers is greater than 896,052?

Back to Board B. 896,125

 A. 0.7 A. 0.7  C. 7 C. 7  B. 0.07 B. 0.07  D. 70 D. 70 Which decimal is equivalent to 0.70?

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 A. three hundred fifty A. three hundred fifty and three tenths  C. three hundred five C. three hundred five and three tenths  B. three hundred fifty-three tenths B. three hundred fifty-three tenths  D. three hundred fifty-five D. three hundred fifty-five and three tenths What is the word form of 355.3?

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 A. 1.742 1.558 1.671 A. 1.742 1.558 1.671  C. 4.057 4.122 5.008 C. 4.057 4.122 5.008  B. 0.561 8.627 5.325 B. 0.561 8.627 5.325  D. 6.705 6.527 6.211 D. 6.705 6.527 6.211 Which numbers are in order from least to greatest?

Back to Board C. 4.057 4.122 5.008

 A. 0.4 A. 0.4  C. 4.0 C. 4.0  B. 40 B. 40  D. 400 D. 400 A microscope shows an object 100 times its size. If an object measures 0.4 millimeters long, how many millimeters long will it appear when you look in the microscope?

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 A. 31,740 A. 31,740  C. 31,700 C. 31,700  B. 32,000 B. 32,000  D. 31,800 D. 31,800 What is 31,745 rounded to the hundreds?

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 A. \$11.50 A. \$11.50  D. \$12.50 D. \$12.50 Clara spent \$6.75 on a ticket, \$3.25 on popcorn, and \$2.50 on a drink. How much money did she spend?  C. \$13.50 C. \$13.50  B. \$12.00 B. \$12.00

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Sally bought a CD for \$13.98. How much change should she get from a \$20 bill?  A. \$16.02 A. \$16.02  C. \$13.98 C. \$13.98  D. \$7.02 D. \$7.02  B. \$6.02 B. \$6.02

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 A. \$14.00 A. \$14.00 Mrs. Simpson bought 7.25 pounds of lunch meat for \$2.12 per pound. Which is the most reasonable estimate for the total cost of the lunch meat?  C. \$10.00 C. \$10.00  B. \$140.00 B. \$140.00  D. \$7.00 D. \$7.00

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 B. \$140 B. \$140 The coach wants 10 new soccer balls and each costs \$14. What is the total amount of money the coach will need?  A. \$104 A. \$104  C. \$24 C. \$24  D. \$180 D. \$180

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 C. 1,200 C. 1,200 The school auditorium has 30 row of seats with 40 seats in each row. What is the total number of people that can be seated in the auditorium?  A. 120 A. 120  B. 400 B. 400  D. 700 D. 700

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 D. \$900 D. \$900 A trumpet cost \$299 and a clarinet cost \$104. About how much are 2 trumpets and 3 clarinets?  A. \$700 A. \$700  C. \$1,100 C. \$1,100  B. \$400 B. \$400

Back to Board D. \$900

 A. 576 A. 576 There are 4 crates of baseballs. Each crate holds 144 baseballs. What is the total number of baseballs?  B. 432 B. 432  D. 166 D. 166  C. 466 C. 466

A. 576

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