UG Arithmetic Attempt 1

 1. Which fraction has the greatest value?
 A 1/3 B 3/10 C 1/4 D 2/12

2.

 Which expression is illustrated on the number line?
 A 4 – 2 B -2 + 4 C -2 + 6 D 4 + (-6)

3.

 Petra has done a survey of car ownership in her neighborhood. She finds that the ratio of families who own only one car to those who own more than one car is 2:3. Which statement below is an accurate explanation of her findings?
 A For every 3 families in the neighborhood, 2 families own only one car. B For every 5 families in the neighborhood, 2 families own only one car. C For every 3 families in the neighborhood, 2 families own more than one car. D For every 5 families in the neighborhood, 2 families own more than one car.
4,

 It takes Heidi 10 minutes to get to school going at a speed of 27 miles/hour. How long will it take her to get to school if she goes 40 miles/hour?
 A 8.89 minutes B 7.24 minutes C 6.75 minutes D 4.05 minutes

5.

 Binary numbers are made up of 1s and 0s. What is the base 10 number for the binary number 1000?
 A 2 B 8 C 64 D 100

6.

 What is the ratio of dark squares to light squares?
 A 1 to 3 B 3 to 4 C 1 to 4 D 1 to 5

7.

 At a golf ball factory, 60 golf balls were inspected and 48 of them passed inspection. Out of 2,500 golf balls made at the factory, about how many would you predict would fail an inspection?
 A 500 B 600 C 2,000 D 2,488

8.

 What is the ratio of noisemakers to party hats?
 A 3:2 B 3:4 C 4:7 D 4:3

9.

 The model below illustrates what problem?
 A x = 1 + 1 – 6 B x = 1 + 2 – 6 C x = 1 + 3 – (-2) D x = 1 + 3 – 2

10.

 Which set of fractionsS is ordered from greatest to least?
 A , , B , , C , , D , ,

11.

 Which decimal represents the fraction of plants in this group that have flowers?
 A 0.8 B 0.9 C 1.5 D 4

12,

 Which is true?
 A B C D

13.

 To solve problems about spans of time that include B.C. and A.D. dates, you would need to use which numbers?
 A Integers B Fractions C Composite numbers D Irrational numbers

14.

 -121 – (144) =
 A -265 B -23 C 23 D 265

15.

 Choose the fraction that goes in the blank. > _____>
 A B C D

16.

 Which expression does the number line illustrate?
 A -6 ÷ 3 + 2 B -6 + 3 + 2 C -6 + 1 + 2 D -6 + 3 + (-2)

17.

 Which set of fractions is ordered from greatest to least?
 A , , B , , C , , D , ,

18.

 Which of the following statements is true?
 A 13.78 > 13.778 > 13.71 B 3.45 > 3.43 > 3.44 C 2.112 > 2.111 > 2.19 D 8.55 > 8.45 > 8.65

19.

 Estimate.
 A 1 B 2 C 3 D 18

20.

 Which of the following sets of numbers are equal?
 A 1003 and 100,000 B 104 and 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 C 105 and 10,000 D 10 × 10 × 10 and 1,000

21.

 Tamika is making brownies for a bake sale. She needs to make at least \$40 from selling her brownies, and she has enough brownie mix to make four batches of brownies. Each batch of brownies can be divided into 25 brownies. Which strategy would best help Tamika figure out how much she needs to charge per brownie?
 A Working the problem backwards B Drawing a picture C Looking for a pattern D Systematic guessing and checking

22.

 Which number line illustrates the problem below? x = -1 – (-2) – 3
 A B C D
 Which set of fractions is ordered from greatest to least?
 A , , B , , C , , D , ,

24,

 Which is not a true statement?
 A 10.345 > 10.340 B 10.211 < 10.210 C 9.999 < 10.0 D 6.3 = 6.30
1. Which is arranged from the least to the largest?

5/8,8/12, 3/7

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