Math 212 Final ExamA Fall 2014
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1(8). Letm = 22 x 53 x
Math 212
Spring 2008
Exam 1A
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1(8). Show how to round 31.463 to the nearest tenth by plotting it on the number line below and
labeling the tick marks on the number line appropriately. Label the l
Math 212
Spring 2008
Exam 3A
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1(15). a. Use the space at right to solve 18 33
using the partial-products algorithm. Show
all steps clearly.
Label each partial product with a capital
letter (A, B,
Math 212
Fall 2007
Exam 2A
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1. The rectangle shown below is 8/5 of a whole. Indicate what size the whole would be.
2. Jenny misread her recipe: it called for 2/3 cup of milk, but she only put in
Math 212
Exam 2A
Spring 2008
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1. Assume the rectangular array shown is 5/6 of another array.
Sketch the other array.
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Math 212
Fall 2007
Exam 1A
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1(6). Use listing method to find LCM(45, 72).
2(6). Use the prime factorizations to find GCF( 34.52.75.11,
197
37.53.73 ).
/2048 have a terminating decimal representat
Math 212
Exam 3A
Fall 2007
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1. Draw sketches to show each of the following. For each part (a and b) you should give one
sketch that can be interpreted both ways. Use the meaning of multiplication
Math 212
Final Exam
Spring 2008
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Needed: five answer sheets
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Do on Answer Sheet #1:
1(8). a. Find the prime factorization of 2295.
b. Will 2295n be an even number for some counting num
Math 212
Spring 2005
Final Exam B
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Do on Answer Sheet #1:
1. a(3). Find the prime factorization of 72.
b(4). Use the prime factorization to determine how many divisors 72 has. Explain
Math 212 Exam 3A Spring 2014
1. (20) a) Use (an appropriate portion of) the grid below to sketch an area model to illustrate the multiplication
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1 E X 2 Z , You may subdivide boxes as needed. Label
Math 212 Final ExamA Fall 2013
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1(10). Label each of the number lines below in a Way that is consistent with place value. Make sure the longer tick
marks stand for lar
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1(12). Let
Exam 1A
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Fall 2013
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11 .
a. List three prime factors of n.
b. List 3 composite factors of n.
c. Give the prime factorization of
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2(8). Suppose that a number is divisible b
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1. 31(3). Find the prime factorization of 84. Show work.
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b(5). Using your answer to part a, nd the prime factoriza
Math 212
Exam 1A Spring 2014
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1. a(8). Find the prime factorization of 84. Show work.
b(5). Using your answer to part a, find the prime factorization of 842. Explain briefly how you used your
ans
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Exam 1A (chaps 8, 1, 2) Fall 2014 Name_
1. a(7). Find the GCF(4620, 1020) using the slide method. Show all work.
b(7). Write a word problem whose answer is the LCM(6, 9).
2. a(3). Assume the
Math 212
Exam 2A
Spring 2014
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1(12). Add 144 +65 using base ten blocks to show each step alongside the paper-and-pencil algorithm. Be sure
to show each regrouping step. Use the simplified version
Math 212
Exam 3A
Fall 2013
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1 . Clearly indicate the factors and
1(20). a. Use the grid below to make an area diagram for the product 2
shade the portion of the grid that corresponds to the produ
Math 212
Exam 3A
Spring 2005
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Do on Answer Sheet #1:
1(10). a. Use the meaning of multiplication and a diagram to illustrate 2 x 5 = 5 x 2.
Give one diagram that can be seen both ways.
b. Use the
Math 212
Spring 2005
Exam 2A
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Do on this sheet:
1(4). The rectangular rug below is 2/3 of another (original) rectangular rug. Carefully
sketch the size of the original rectangle. Make sure your p
Math 212
Final Exam A
Fall 2011
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1. Let k = 325.75112176
a. Is k even or odd? Explain.
b.
Is 49 a factor of k? Explain.
c.
If GCF(k, m) = 15 and m > 100 give a possible value for m.
d.
Is it poss
Math 212
Spring 2011
Exam 2A
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1(14). a. Write a word problem that naturally