# Compare the following two numbers: Which number is greater?

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```					        Compare the following two numbers:
Which number is greater?
50%        50%
12,860,795

12,139,986

1. 12,860,795
2. 12,139,986

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98
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1   2   3   4   5
96,754,116           96,796,516

Compare the following two
numbers:
Which number is greater?
1. 96,754,116              50%      50%
2. 96,796,516

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6
11

51
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96

96
1      2   3       4    5
1,135        1,568       1,000

Order the numbers from
least to greatest.

1.
33%                  33%               33%

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1    2   3   4      5
6,799

Estimate by rounding to the
-                 4,846            thousands place.

1.       1,953                         25%        25%        25%    25%
2.       11,645
3.       12,000
4.       2,000

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Each student in the seventh grade will be required to write three papers
that are a total of 7 pages long. If there are 41 students in the seventh
grade, approximately how many sheets of paper will the seventh grade
need to complete these assignments?

1.       380                               25%     25%      25%     25%
2.       287
3.       400
4.       50

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40
1    2    3   4   5
Pablo collects golf balls at a golf driving range. Each bucket
holds 35 golf balls. If Pablo has 39 buckets to fill,
approximately how many golf balls will he need to collect to
fill all of the buckets?
1.       1,600                       25%     25%     25%   25%
2.       1,365
3.       1,400
4.       1,580

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Victoria buys a photograph album. Each page in the album
holds 20 pictures. If Victoria has 118 pictures to put in the
album, approximately how many pages will she need?

1.       6 pages                       25% 25% 25% 25%
2.       2,400 pages
3.       5 pages
4.       9 pages

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Eva creates a new board game. Her board game uses
toothpicks as game pieces. Each board game requires 20
toothpicks. If Eva has 423 toothpicks, how many of her
board games will she be able to put together?
1. 8,400 board                                     25% 25% 25% 25%
games
2. 24 board games
3. 19 board games
4. 21 board games

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Write the expression in exponential
form. 5 ´ 5 ´ 5 ´ 5 ´ 5 ´ 5
1.                   2.        25%         25%      25%          25%

3.                   4.

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Pi
1    2   3   4   5
Find the value.

1.       9                       25%   25%   25%   25%
2.       4
3.       8
4.       3

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1    2       3   4   5
Students at a junior high school play a game called “pass it along.” In
this game, one student picks a phrase and tells it to 3 other students.
Each of these students then tells 3 more students. How many students
will be told the phrase during round 4?

1.       12 students                              25% 25% 25% 25%
2.       81 students
3.       41 students
4.       64 students

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A person sends a letter to 3 people and asks that each of
them send it to 3 more people, and so on. If all of the
people follow these instructions, how many letters will be
sent during round 6?
1.       18 letters                         25% 25% 25% 25%
2.       216 letters
3.       365 letters
4.       729 letters

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1    2    3   4   5
Evaluate the following expression:
122–28•4
1.       5              25%   25%   25%   25%
2.       10
3.       376
4.       15

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15
37
1    2    3   4   5
Evaluate the following
expression: 16 ÷ (8–6) • 32 – 1
1.       71            25%   25%   25%   25%
2.       40
3.       47
4.       64

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64
1    2    3   4   5
Mercedes bought 9 packets of pencils for \$5 each and 5
packets of paper for \$3 each. Evaluate the expression to
find the amount Mercedes spent on pencils and paper: 9´5
+ 5´3.
1.       \$60                    25%    25%    25%     25%

2.       \$270
3.       \$112
4.       \$15

1    2    3   4   5             \$60    \$270    \$112    \$15
A school is having a fund-raiser in which the students sell calendars
and raffle tickets. Each calendar costs \$11. Each raffle ticket costs \$4.
If a student sold 7 calendars and 2 raffle tickets, evaluate the following
expression to find how much money the student should collect:7´11 +
2´4.
1.         \$85                              25%      25%       25%      25%

2.         \$364
3.         \$77
4.         \$50

1      2    3   4   5                       \$85       \$364      \$77       \$50
Evaluate 35 + 49 + 25 + 21.
1.       60              25%   25%   25%   25%
2.       65
3.       130
4.       140

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65

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1    2    3   4   5
Evaluate 6 • 9 • 5.
1.       270                      25%   25%   25%   25%
2.       30
3.       540
4.       135

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54

13
1    2    3   4   5
Use the Distributive Property to
find the product of 8 • 97.
1.       388           25%    25%   25%   25%
2.       776
3.       788
4.       1,552

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Friend                 Number of Trips
For a school project, Aaron asked six of his friends how
1                      4
many trips they have taken to an amusement park. The
2                      5                 table below shows Aaron’s results. How many total trips
3                      16                  have Aaron’s friends taken to an amusement park?
4                      4
5                      28
6                      14
1.       66 trips                                           25%       25%        25%    25%
2.       71 trips
3.       79 trips
4.       21 trips

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Color of Lights        Number of Lights
A student is preparing a gymnasium for a school dance. The
White                  6                   student used various colors of lights to decorate the gymnasium.
Purple                 18                 The table below shows the number of lights of each color that were
used to decorate the gymnasium. How many total lights were used
Red                    18
to decorate the gymnasium?
Blue                   19
Green                  11
Pink                   18
Yellow   1.       57 total lights
9                                                        25% 25% 25% 25%
Orange                 14
2.       170 total lights
3.       109 total lights
4.       113 total lights

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A student has 876 baseball cards. Of these cards, 91 of
them portray Cincinnati Reds. If the student gives all of the
Cincinnati Reds cards to a friend, how many baseball cards
will the student have left?
1.       785 cards                            25%       25% 25% 25%
2.       694 cards
3.       10 cards
4.       967 cards

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A teacher counts the number of books on her bookshelf.
She finds that she has a total of 270 books. As she sorts
through the books, she decides to give 54 books to the
library. How many books does the teacher have left?
1.       324 books                              25% 25% 25% 25%
2.       216 books
3.       226 books
4.       204 books

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At a test track, a car was driven 235 miles
per day for 121 days. How many total miles
was the car driven?
1. 28,435 miles                25% 25% 25% 25%
2. 356 miles
3. 28,385 miles
4. 28,445 miles

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A company sells full gumball machines. If each machine
holds 152 gumballs and the company sold 87 machines,
how many total gum balls were sold?

1.       13,224 gumballs                         25% 25% 25% 25%
2.       239 gumballs
3.       13,174 gumballs
4.       65 gumballs

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Identify the pattern in the sequence, and
name the next three terms. 5, 16, 27, 38, 49,
60, 71
1. 60, 49, 38                 25% 25% 25% 25%
2. 82, 93, 104
3. 58, 69, 56
4. 60, 71, 60

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1   2   3   4   5
Identify the pattern in the sequence, and
name the next two terms. 2,916; 972; 324;
108
1. 27; 7                      25% 25% 25% 25%
2. 105; 102
3. 36; 12
4. 27; 5

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Identify the pattern in the sequence, and
name the next three terms. 7, 63, 21, 189,
63, 567, 189
1. 1701, 567, 5103             25% 25% 25% 25%
2. 63, 567, 189
3. 186, 195, 192
4. 21, 63, 7

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Find the base-10 value for the binary
number.
110
1.       12                   25% 25% 25% 25%
2.       2
3.       6
4.       3

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1    2    3   4   5
Find the binary number for the base-10
number.
26
1.       110101                  25% 25% 25% 25%
2.       1101
3.       11110
4.       11010

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