Chapter 3 Test-1 - Week4Chapter3Test Name_DateJuly 30th 2010

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Week 4 Chapter 3 Test Name_                                                                                                    Date  July 30 th 2010   MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  Solve the problem.  1) 
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There are  665 jelly  beans in a  jar. If 44  people  take 15  jelly  beans  each from  the jar,  then how  many are  left?  
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A) 
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B) 
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C) 
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D) 
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5     2) 
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A mobile  library  has 1122  books in  its  collection.  If there  are 22  shelves in  the  library,  then how  many  books, on  average,  are  stacked  on each  shelf? 
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B) 
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50 
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C) 
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60 
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D)  4 6  
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David's  company  has to  ship 3199  boxes of  sprinklers . If a truck  can hold  550  boxes,  how many  trucks  does he  need to  ship all  the  boxes?  A
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B) 
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C) 
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D)  5    SHORT  ANSWER.  Write the word  or phrase that  best completes  each statement  or answers the  question.  Provide an  appropriate  response. 
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Place the  digits 1,  2, 3, 7,  and 8 in  the  following  boxes so  that the  greatest  quotient is  obtained.     5) 
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The  product of  two  numbers  is 50. If  you  divide the  larger  number  by the  smaller  number  you get 2.  What are  the  numbers?    6) 
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Without  calculatin g,  comment  on the  statement   24   3   23.    7) 
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While  performin g a  calculatio n, you  divide a  number 
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Chapter 3 Test-1 - Week4Chapter3Test Name_DateJuly 30th 2010

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