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**C) between 18 and 27. D) between 27 and 50.**

Indicator: K.1.1.5 1.When 27 is divided by 2/3, the result will be a number A) between 0 and B) between 9 and 18. C) between 18 and D) between 27 and 50. 2.When any positive number is divided by 1/10, the quotient will always be A) less than 10. B) greater than 10. C) less than the positive number. D) greater than the positive number.

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**C) between 8 and 12. D) greater than 12.**

Indicator: K.1.1.5 3.When 4 is multiplied by 1/3, the product will be a number A) less than B) between 4 and 8. C) between 8 and D) greater than 12. 4.The product of 1/5 and any positive number will always be: A) greater than the positive number. B) less than the positive number. C) an even number. D) an odd number.

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**5. An expression is shown below. 4 - 1 + 32 · 2 **

Indicator: K.1.4.2b 5. An expression is shown below · 2 Which operation should be the first step in simplifying the expression? A) 4 – B) C) 4 – 32 D) 32 · 2 6. An expression is shown below ÷ 62. Which operation should be the first step in simplifying the expression? A) B) 72 ÷ 62 C) 6 · 6 D) 6 · 2

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**7. What is the value the expression 3(68 - (5 + 3)2)? A) 12 B) 156**

Indicator: K.1.4.2b 7. What is the value the expression (68 - (5 + 3)2)? A) B) 156 C) D) 216 8. An equation is shown below. n = ÷ · 2 What is the value of n in the equation? A) B) 28 C) D) 96

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**C) natural numbers D) irrational numbers **

Indicator: K.1.2.2 9. The numbers below all belong to a subset of the real number system , -2, 0, 1 Which subset of the real number system do these number belong to? A) whole numbers B) integers C) natural numbers D) irrational numbers 10. Which subsets of the real number system contain the number -3? A) integers & natural numbers B) integers & rational numbers C) whole numbers & natural numbers D) whole numbers & rational numbers

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**11. Which number is an integer? A) -3/2 B) -4/5 C) 1/3 D) 5/1 **

Indicator: K.1.2.2 11. Which number is an integer? A) -3/2 B) -4/5 C) 1/3 D) 5/1 12. A list of numbers is given below. 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6 What type of numbers are these? A) whole numbers B) integers C) natural numbers D) rational numbers

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**14. The number 2/3 belongs to which subset of the real number system?**

Indicator: K.1.2.2 13. Which subset of the real number system does not contain the number 0? A) natural numbers B) whole numbers C) rational numbers D) integers 14. The number 2/3 belongs to which subset of the real number system? A) integers B) whole numbers C) natural numbers D) rational numbers

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**15. Which number is an integer? A) -3.2 B) -0.3 C) 2/3 D) 3/1 **

Indicator: K.1.2.2 15. Which number is an integer? A) B) -0.3 C) 2/3 D) 3/1 16. To which subsets of the real number system does the number -5 belong? A) counting & integer B) integer & rational C) rational & whole D) whole & counting

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**18. What is the value of 4 • 2 – (-2)? A) -10 B) -6 C) 6 D) 10**

Indicator: K.1.4.2a 17. When -2 is subtracted from a positive integer, the result is A) greater than 2. B) between 1 and 2. C) between 0 and 1. D) less than 0. 18. What is the value of 4 • 2 – (-2)? A) B) -6 C) D) 10

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Indicator: K.1.4.2a 19. The share of a company’s stock was $50 at the beginning of the year. If the stock increased by $8, decreased by $2, decreased by $5, increased by $3, and finally decreased by $7. What was the final price of the stock? A) $25 B) $47 C) $61 D) $75 20. Simplify ? A) B) -8 C) D) 24

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**21. What is the value of (-5) · (-10) · (2) A) -100. B) 25. **

Indicator: K.1.4.2a 21. What is the value of (-5) · (-10) · (2) A) B) 25. C) D) -25. 22. When a positive number greater than 1 is multiplied by -2, the result is A) less than 0. B) equal to 0. C) equal to 1. D) greater than 1.

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**23. Simplify the following: -24 ÷ (8 -2) A) 4 B) -4 C) 1 D) -5 **

Indicator: K.1.4.2a 23. Simplify the following: -24 ÷ (8 -2) A) 4 B) -4 C) 1 D) -5 24. When a positive number greater than 1 is divided by -1, the result is A) less than 0. B) equal to 0. C) less than 1. D) greater than 1.

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**25. Use the distributive property: 7 ( t – 4) A) 7t - 4 B) t - 28 **

Indicator: A.1.2.1a 25. Use the distributive property: 7 ( t – 4) A) 7t B) t - 28 C) 7t D) t - 74 Simplify: – (6k – 5) A) -6k B) -6k - 5 C) 6k D) -6k + 30

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Indicator: A.1.2.1a 27. You stopped on your way to the pool to get some ice cream. You bought 5 cups of ice cream for $.75 each and you bought a coke for $.99. How would you set up an equation to solve this problem? A) $ $.99 B) $.75(5) + $.99 C) $.05(75)($.99) D) $.75 – 5 + $.99 Simplify: 2 (2x + 4) A) 2x B) 4x + 4 C) 2x D) 4x + 8

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