Laura Kinzey Pg. 206-207 3.When multiplying the decimals you have to put the decimal point back in the answer. The rule is you count how many numbers are to the right of the decimal in each number that you are multiplying and then you add those numbers to
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Math 5001: Quiz 2 Solution
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1. State the denition of the fraction B of an object.
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Solution: B of an object must consist of A equal parts where each part is
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B copies of B of an object is one object.
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of an object.
2. Jane was supposed to
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Math 5001: Quiz 1 Solution
1. Tom knows how to say the counting numbers as a list. What two other skills must Tom
learn before he can count a set of objects? What terms are associated with these skills?
There are 4 parts to this question: two t
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Math 5001: Quiz 5
1. Is the following word problem solved by multiplying the fractions in the problem? If it
is, state what 1 group, 1 object, the number of objects per group, and the number of
groups are. Also draw the double number line or mu
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Math 5001: Quiz 6
1. Word problem: A grocery store is selling meat at 5 dollars per pound. If Jerry spent 30
dollars on meat, how much meat did he buy?
Fill in the following blanks.
a) 1 object is 1 dollar
b) 1 group is 1 pound
c) The number of
Math 5001: Test 1
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This is a closed book exam, to be completed in 50 minutes.
1 (10 pts). List (with no further explanation) 5 ways to compare fractions.
1) Convert to a decimal.
2) Use a common denominator.
3) Use a common numerator.
4) Cross m
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Math 5001: Quiz 8
1. Word problem: What day of the week will May 12th, 2013 fall on?
Fill in the following blanks as they relate to the division problem that helps solve this word
problem.
a) 1 object is 1 day
b) 1 group is 1 week
c) The number
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Math 5001: Quiz 7
1. Word problem: A box of candies contains 12 pieces. How many boxes can you make
with 40 pieces of candy?
What numerical division problem solves this word problem?
40 12
Solve this division problem as a division with remainde
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Math 5001: Quiz 9 Solution
1. Word problem: A construction company is building a road. Currently the road is 2 of a
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mile long, which is 4 of the length the nished road will be. How long will the nished road
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be?
Explain what numerical multip
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Math 5001: Quiz 3 Solution
1. An experiment is began 1 day, 20 hours, and 30 minutes into a space shuttle mission.
The experiment is nished 3 days, 7 hours, and 10 minutes into the mission. How many
days, hours, and minutes did the experiment t
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Math 5001: Quiz 4 (Solution)
1. Prove that FOIL-ing is valid, i.e. that
(A + B ) (C + D) = A C + A D + B C + B D is true for any choice of numbers.
Use equations that only use properties of arithmetic. Which property does FOIL mainly
rely on? H
Laura Kinzey Math 5001 October 12, 2012 Pg. 149 1. In the decimal system, the value of each place is 10 times the value of the place to its immediate right. If we multiply the number 47 by 10, 47 represents 4 tens and 7 ones or 4 bundles of 10 toothpicks
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Math 5001: Quiz 6
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1. Explain why 3 3 = 12 . You should use the meaning of multiplication, the meaning of
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fractions, and several drawings in your explanation. Clearly label the drawings.
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Solution: 3 3 of an object is 3 of a group, where
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Math 5001: Quiz 7
1. Consider the following story problem.
Soda costs $2 per bottle. How many bottles can I buy with $12?
Explain why this problem is a story problem for division. What is 1 group, and what is
1 object in the problem (state why)
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Math 5001: Test 2 (Solution)
This is a closed book exam, to be completed in 50 minutes.
1. (4 pts) Fill in each blank with True or False.
a) When adding numbers A + B = C , A, B , and C must refer to equal wholes. True
b) When multiplying numbe