# Math

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- Q1Which property of real numbers is represented by the given statement?Multiplicative InverseReflexive PropertyCommutative Property of MultiplicationAssociative Property of Multiplication30s
- Q2Which of the following is the correct rounding of the number 8.1967 to the nearest hundredth?8.1968.208.198.19730s
- Q3For which pair of numbers is 60 the least common multiple?12 and 188 and 206 and 1012 and 1530s
- Q4Joanie received $40 from her grandmother for her birthday. She spent of the money on a new pair of jeans and then spent of the remaining money on hair bows for her little sister. How much money did Joanie have left to put in her piggy bank?$9.00$5.00$3.00$12.0030s
- Q5Many of the students in Maura’s elementary school have learned to speak a language other than English because of their family heritage. The ratio of students who speak a second language to those who do not is 3:2 and there are 245 students in the school. How many students in Maura’s school only speak English?491961479830s
- Q6Maddie can walk 25 meters in 45 seconds. If she maintains this pace, how long will it take Maddie to walk 1 kilometer?15 minutes20 minutes45 minutes30 minutes30s
- Q7A marathon is 26.2 miles long. Which of the following is the closest estimate to the number of feet in a marathon?140,000 feet225,000 feet115,000 feet90,000 feet30s
- Q8Point A lies on a standard coordinate plane at the ordered pair (1, 3). If this point is shifted 3 units to the left and 7 units down, what are the new coordinates for Point A?(-6, 0)(-2, -4)(-4, -2)(-3, -7)30s
- Q9The measures of two angles add to equal 180 degrees. Which name best describes the two angles?CorrespondingSupplementaryAdjacentComplementary30s
- Q10What term describes a polygon with all sides and angles equal to each other.concavenormalacuteregular30s