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Unformatted text preview: (A) 52.078 (B) 51.538 (C) 51.385 (D) 52.161 (E) 52.231 6. Subtract 23.17 from 50.9. (A) 26.92 (B) 27.79 (C) 27.73 (D) 37.73 (E) 37.79 Multiply 8.35 by .43. (A) 3.5805 (B) 3.5905 (C) 3.5915 (D) 35.905 (E) .35905 Divide 2.937 by .11. (A) .267 (B) 2.67 (C) 26.7 (D) 267 (E) 2670 Find 8 + 10 ÷ 2 + 4 · 2 - 21 ÷ 7. (A) 17 (B) 23 (C) 18 (D) 14 5 (E) 7 2. 7. 3. 8. 4. 9. 5. 10. Which of the following is closest to (A) .02 (B) .2 (C) 2 (D) 20 (E) 200 2875+932 5817 29 ? www.petersons.com Operations with Whole Numbers and Decimals 13 SOLUTIONS TO PRACTICE EXERCISES Diagnostic Test 683 72 (B) + 5429 6184 79 1. 5. 6.43 46.3 (D) + .346 53.076 4 10 9 2. 8 0 14 (D) – 4 1 7 38 7 307 × 46 (E) 1842 12280 14, 122 798 48 38304 6. 14 5 . 1 0 1 0 (D) – 81 . 7 6 3 63. 3 3 7 3.47 × 2.3 1041 (B) 6940 7.981 3. 7. ) 8. 9. 72.1 (C) .0 3 2. 163 ) 336 4. (B) 470 432 384 384 (A) 3 – (16 ÷ 8) + (4 × 2) = 3 – 2 + 8 = 9 10. (D) Estimate 8000 ⋅ 100 = 4000 200 ⋅ 1 Exercise 1 360 4352 87 (B) + 205 5004 4321 2143 1234 + 3412 11, 110 1. 4. 99 88 77 (C) 66 + 55 385 1212 2323 3434 4545 + 5656 17, 170 2. (E) 5. (B) 3. 56 321 8 (A) + 42 427 www.petersons.com 14 Chapter 1 Exercise 2 4 Exercise 3 526 1. (C) × 1. 9 5 12 (D) –8 0 3 14 9 83 7 (A) + 4 1 5 4 317 3682 5260 157800 166, 742 2. 1 2 5 12 –1 0 3 5 2 17 2. 3. 76 (C) + 43 119 3. 6 8347 62 (A) × 16694 500820 517, 514 (D) × 18 7 1 2 – 11 9 17 5 3 705 89 6345 56400 62, 745 6 12 4. 7 3 12 (B) –2 3 7 49 5 4. 437 (A) × 607 3059 262200 265, 259 5. 612 (E) + 315 927 451 + 283 734 8 5. 798 (B) × 450 39900 319200 359, 100 9 1 27 – 7 34 1 93 www.petersons.com Operations with Whole Numbers and Decimals 15 Exercise 4 17 (C) 23 391 23 161 161 Exercise 5 .65 4.2 17.63 (C) + 8. 30.48 29 1. ) 1. 2. 5, 502, 604 (C) 9 49, 523, 436 ) 3 0 .1 48 –1 2 .70 1 7 .78 3. 322 (B) 15 4832 Remainder 2 45 33 30 32 30 2 ) 2. .837 .12 52.3 (B) + .354 53.611 5 8 4. 5. 6014 (A) 7 42098 ) 3. 5 6 11 7 1 0 (E) – 3 4. 7 5 5 2 7. 0 5 4.81 +17.5 (B) 22.31 9 1 1 (D) Since the quotien...
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