1. Which shows 8356 rounded to the nearest hundred?

[A] 8300 [B] 8400 [C] 9000 [D] 8100

2. Write the fol lowing in the standard form: Eight million, nine thousand, fifty
six.

3. Calculate the average of 5, 3, 1, -3, and 2

4. Add ing-and-subtracting-fractions.html">Subtract .

[A] 1865 [B] 1964 [C] 1864 [D] 1854

5. Subtract 53 – 77

6. Multiply (–72)( –3)

7. Evaluate 4xy when x = 3 and y = –2

8. Evaluate 2^{3} . 5^{2
}

9. Divide 736÷ 23

10. Write all the factors of 45.

11. Ex press 120 as a product of prime numbers.

12. Evaluate 9 + 4^{2} – 5 + 7

13. Evaluate 4^{2} - 5. 2^{2} ÷ 3

14. On a number line , which number is 14 units to the left of 6?

[A] –7 [B] –8 [C] –14 [D] –9

15. Simplify –(–3)

[A] - 3 [B] 3 [C] 4 [D] 2

16 Arrange the following numbers in ascending order -2, -(-4), |-5|, 7, 0

17. Find the difference between -25 and -9.

18. Evaluate 18 + (–7)

[A] 11 [B] –11 [C] 25 [D] –25

19. Evaluate (–18) + (–7)

[A] 11 [B] –11 [C] 25 [D] –25

20. Evaluate (–18) + 7

[A] 11 [B] –11 [C] 25 [D] –25

21. Evaluate

[A] 1 [B] –1 [C] 59 [D] –59

22. The temperature in Duluth, Minnesota was –15° C at 6 _{A.M.} By the afternoon,
t

temperature had risen 24° C. By 6 _{P.M.} the temperature had fallen12° C. What was
t

temperature at 6 _{P.M.}?

23. Evaluate

24. A ft board is cut from a 5 ft board. How
long is the other piece?

25. Evaluate xy when x = 8 and y = –2.

[A] 10 [B] –16 [C] 16 [D] 6

26. Divide

[A] 90 [B] 5 [C] 60 [D] –5

27. How many miles per gallon does a car get that goes 300 miles on 15 gallons
of gas?

28. Evaluate

29. Evaluate

30. Find the perimeter of the rectangle.

31. Find the area of the rectangle in the previous problem.

[A] 36 cm^{2} [B] 88 cm^{2} [C] 72 cm^{2} [D] 324 cm^{2
}

32. Find the LCM of 4, 12, and 32

33. Find the GCF of 4, 12, and 32

34. Which fraction is equivalent to with a
denominator of 36?

35. Choose the correct symbol , > ,< , or = .

[A] > [B] < [C] =

36.

37. Add

38. Add.

39. Subtract

40. Subtract

41. Subtract

42. Evaluatewhere

43. If you had cups of
flour and used cups of it how much flour
would you have left?

44. Multiply

45. Divide

46. Evaluate

47. What isof 63?

48. Evaluate

49 Is –6 the solution to the equation

50 Simplify

51. The distance between two points isd = a- b . Find d
when a = –4 and b = –10.

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