# first 9 weeks test 2017 review test

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- Q1The us mint says the mass of a dime is 2.268 grams. Which best represents the mass of a dime in expanded notation?2(1)+2(.1)+6(.01)+8(1)2+2+6+82(1)+2(10)+6(100)+8(1000)2(.001)+2(.01)+6(.1)+8(1)120s
- Q2A scientist compared these 2 measurments. Which symbol makes this comparison true? 14.209 14.029=<+>120s
- Q3During gym class, five students ran half a mile. The coach recorded their times. Mario 2.95 minutes, Leonard 3.11 minutes, Grace 2.905 minutes, Beth 3.101 minutes, Renzo 3.01 minutes. Which comparison statement shows a correct relationship between 2 of the run times?2.95>3.012.95<2.9053.11>3.1013.01>3.101120s
- Q4A computer rounded the number 156.458 to the nearest hundredth. What is the number rounded to the nearest hundredth?160200156.50156.46120s
- Q5Mr. Marquez had 123 eggs in a refrigerator in his restaurant. He put 32 more cartons of eggs in the refrigerator. Each carton contained 18 eggs. Which of these is the best estimate of the number of eggs Mr. Marquez now has in the refrigerator?900600700400120s
- Q6There are 365 days in a year and 24 days in a day. How many hours are there in 3 years?26,280 hours1095 hours8760 hours2628 hours120s
- Q7Five concrete trucks picked up 7950 gallons of concrete from quarry. Each truck carried the same amount of concrete. One of the concrete truck drivers delivered his concrete to a construction site and filled 15 holes equally using all of the concrete. How many gallons of concrete were used to fill one hole?106 gallons530 gallons16 gallons1590 gallons120s
- Q8Karen went to a big sale to shop for clothes for school. She bought a shirt for 15.25, a pair of slacks for 22.59, a skirt for 19.00, and one pair of shoes for 25.25. What was the total amount that Karen spent while shopping?82.0963.1863.2872.09120s
- Q9How many of the numbers are prime? 2,5,8,11,14,17,20,235389120s
- Q10Irma received some money for her birthday. She purchased a $7 matinee movie ticket and a $4 sports drink for herself and her friend. Irma wrote an equation to represent the $23 she had left after the movie outing, where m represents the amount of money she received for her birthday. 23=m-[(2x7)+(2x4)] How much money did Irma receive on her birthday?$17no here$45$1120s
- Q11At Lincoln Elementary school, the 5th grade students have a total 325 pets. Of these pets, 250 are some kind of pet other than cats. Which equation could be used to determine the number of pets are cats?325-250=c325 divided by 250= c325x250=c325+250=c120s
- Q12An expression is shown below, 3+[5+(36 divided 4x2)-2]4-2multiply 4 times 2add 3 and 5divide 36 by 4add 5 and 36120s
- Q13Elizabeth earns $12 per hour and works 40 hours a week. From her paycheck, she pays $61 in total taxes. Of her total taxes, $33 are payroll taxes. Which term best describes the remaining tax that is deducted from her paycheck?Hotel taxIncome taxProperty taxSales Tax120s
- Q14Simplify the expression below: 100+[34-(4 + 2)x3] divided by 4104364999120s
- Q15Marie added 52 to the product of 145 and 18. What is the sum?215266235462610120s