Basic Math Quiz 1.ppt - 1 SOLVE 39 7452 12,963 272 = a...

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1. SOLVE: 39 + 7452 + 12,963 + 272 = a. 19,726 b. 20,726 c. 20,716 d. 19,716
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2. SOLVE: 5206 – 1748 a. 4558 b. 3568 c. 3458 d. 2458
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3. MULTIPLY: 48 * 31. a. 1436 b. 1488 c. 1536 d. 1538
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4. DIVIDE USING LONG DIVISION: a. 24 b. 25 c. 26 d. 27
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5. Find the decimal equivalent for this fraction: 1 8
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a. b. c. d. 65 100 20 13 13 20 100 65
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7. DIVIDE: 1489.48 ÷ 23
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8. Write this percent as a decimal: 75%
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9. Write this decimal as a percent: 0.085 a. 8.5% b. 0.00085% c. 85% d. 0.0085%
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10. Write this fraction as a percent: a. 125% b. 8% c. 80% d. 1.25% 4 5
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11. Which of the numbers 27, 11, 45, 21, 43, 51, 0, and 91 are prime numbers? a. 11, 43, 51, 91 b. 11, 21, 43, 51, 91 c. 11, 43, 91 d. None of the above
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12. Find the prime factorization for 120. 2*3*4*5 2*2*2*3*5 2*2*3*5
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13. The least common denominator (LCD) for fractions with denominators 2, 3, and 5 is 15
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  • Fall '16
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  • Fractions, Elementary arithmetic, Prime number, Greatest common divisor

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