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Date _9/19/2010_
Find the least common denominator for fractions with denominators 9, 12, and 16. Factor number 9: 9=3*3 Factor number 12: 12=2*2*3 Factor number 16: 16=2*2*2*2 LCM=2*2*2*2*3*3*=144

Name_ Brandon Hunter _
Math 115
Cumulative Test Weeks 1 and 2
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Please highlight your solutions and provide work below the problems indicated.
1. Name the property of addition tha

Cumulative Test - Chapters 5 & 6 & 7
Name: _Brandon Hunter_ Date: _8/24/2011_
1.
Approximately 4 out of every 10
students at Sonia's college live on
campus. The college has 3,000 students.
How many of them live on campus?
410=
a3000=10a=43000=10a=120
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Name: _Brandon Hunter_ Date: _09/05/2011_
1. Find the mean of the following set of numbers.
7, 10, 9, 13, 6
7+10+9+13+6 = 45/5 = 9
A) 9.2
B) 10
C) 9
D) 8
2. Find the mode of the following set of numbers.
11, 13, 13, 12, 11, 12, 13, 10, 14
A) 11, 12, and 1

Week 1 Checkpoint 1
Section 1.1
10. 5 ten-thousands, 7 hundreds
12. 4 millions, 7 ten-thousands
32. 46,789
Section 1.2
6. Commutative property. The sum on the left equals the sum on the right.
8. The additive identity property. The sum of 0 and any whole

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.2500, .2510, 2.0500, 2.0510, 2.0513,
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Instead of rounding to the nearest
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Write each of the following ratios in simplest
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The ratio of 7 dimes to 3 quarters
7075 =

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The minimum daily values (MDVs) for certain
foods are given. They are based on
a 2,000 calorie per day diet. Find decimal and
fractional notation for the percent
notat

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Find the median of
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1, 4, 9, 15, 25, 36
15 + 9 = 24
2 = 12
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each set of
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41, 43, 56, 67, 69,
72
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Name Dana Dutch Chapter 1 & 2 Cumulative Test
1. Jamal is fencing a rectangular field that measures 37 ft by 27 ft. How much fencing should he buy? 37ft 2=74ft 27ft 2=54ft 74ft+54ft=128 ft that is how much he has to buy 2. Perform the indicated addition.

Dana Dutch Math 115- Week 8 Checkpoint Section 9.1 16. Convert to a common bottom (14): 6/14, -12/14, 2/14, -7/14, 4/14 Now order them by their tops: -12/14, -7/14, 2/14, 4/14, 6/14 Back to the way they were in the problem: -6/7, -1/2, 1/7, 2/7, 3/7 32. |

Dana Dutch Math 115- Check Point Week 8
Section 8.1 16. 26, 71, 33, 69, 71, 25, 75 add the total numbers up and your answer is 370. Divide 370 by 7 and your answer is 52.857 or 52.86 22. 8, 2, 3, 3, 4, 9, 9, 3 The mode is 3 and 9 26. The enrollments in th

Chapter 5-7 Cumulative Test Name: Dana Dutch
1. Find the unit price for the item: $4.44 for a dozen bananas.
If 12 bananas = $4.44 Then 1 bana = X X= 1 times $4.44 dived by 12 X=0.37 per banana Because 0.37 times 12 =4.44
2. A basketball player scored a t

Chapters 3 -4 Cumulative Test Name: Dana Dutch
1. Subtract. 81 11 5 So you have to find the GCF of both of the fractions. The GCF between 11 and 5 is 55. So now you times it by how much it goes by 8*5=40 and 11*5=55 . 5*11=55 40 11 29 = and 1*11=11 now th

Chapters 3 -4 Cumulative Test Name: Dana Dutch
1. Subtract.
So you have to find the GCF of both of the fractions. The GCF between 11 and 5 is 55. So now you times it by how much it goes by 8*5=40 and 11*5=55 . 5*11=55 and 1*11=11 now the problem looks lik

Dana Dutch Math 115 week6 Chapter 6 & 7
Section 6.1 58a) 1 ounce of Tostitos provides 9% of the MDV of fat. 9% of 2000 cal decimal: 0.09 * 2000 = 180 fraction: 9/2000
58 b) cup of B & M baked beans contains 15% of the MDV of sodium. 15 % of 2000 2000(15)/

Dana Dutch Math 115-Basic Math Check Point 1- Week 1
Section 1.1
6. 3 in the number 38,615 is ten thousand 18. Three hundred fifty thousand, three hundred fifty nine- 350,359 22. Science and medicine. Scientific speculation is that the universe originated

Dana Dutch Math 115-Basic Math Week 2-Check Point
Section 2.1 List the factors for the following numbers. 12. 37- 1& 37 are the factors 37 is a prime factor because its only factor are 1 and itself (37) 16. List all the prime numbers between 55 and 75? We

Dana Dutch Math 115 Week 3 Checkpoint- Adding and Subtraction Fraction
Section 3.1
22. or
40.
42. You collect 7 nickels, 4 nickels, and then 5 nickels. How much money do you have as a fraction of a dollar? Each dollar is equivalent to 20 nickels (ie. $1 =

Dana Dutch 3.75ft Math 115-week 4 check point Section 4.1
22. 0.00765= ok so here is the problem written out in a fraction form. so I found out the prime factor between the two and its 5. So now the problem is now you cross out the 5 and your left with 38

Dana Dutch Math 115- Week 5 Checkpoint
Section 5.1
6. The ratio of 16 to 12
24. The ratio of 7 dimes to 3 quarters 36. If a room is 30 ft long by 6 yd wide, write the ratio of the length to the width of the room.
Section 5.2
14. what you do is divided 240

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Place each of the following sets in ascending
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Evaluate: |4| + |-3|
4 + 3 = |7|
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Evaluate: |-9| - |-4|
9 4 = |5|
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Add: 7 + (-9) + (-5) + 6