• Unit 1  Review                                      Complete for Extra Credit (COMPLETE ON NOTEBOOK PAPER)

     

    1. What is the value of 3 in 6,204,030,150?


    A.30 hundred
    B. 3 thousand
    C. 30 thousand
    D. 300 thousand

     

    2. In 2003 the U.S. government was about four hundred fifty billion dollars in debt. What is this number in standard form
    A. 50,000,400

    B. 450,000,000

    C. 50,000,000,400

    D. 450,000,000,000

     

    3. The Everglades National Park has an area of approximately 1,508,508 acres. What is this number in expanded form?


    A. 1,000,000 + 500,000 + 8,000 + 500 + 8


    B. 1,000,000 + 5,000,000 + 8,000 + 500 + 8


    C. 10,000,000 + 500,000 + 8,000 + 500 + 8


    D. 10,000,000 + 5,000,000 + 8,000 + 500 + 8

     

     4. Which number is 10,000,000 less than 586,579,859,715?


    A. 586,589,859,715


    B. 586,579,859,715


    C. 586,569,859,715


    D. 576,579,859,715

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    5. A middle school held a raffle to raise money for cheerleaders uniforms. Mei-ling drew ticket number 294,693, Olivia drew ticket number 290,939, Maria drew ticket number 287,811, and Sara drew ticket number 292,328. Whose ticket had the smallest number?


    A. Olivia


    B. Sara


    C. Maria


    D. Mei-ling

     

    6. According to a study, a male takes in an average of 4.027 grams of sodium a day, and a female takes in an average of 2.864 grams of sodium a day. What is the value of the 2 in the average sodium intake of a male?


    A. 2 tenths


    B. 2 hundredths


    C. 2 thousandths


    D. 2 hundred

     

     7. Every day after her daily walk, Dena drinks 1.06 liters of water. Which decimal is equivalent to 1.06?


    A. 1.006


    B. 1.060


    C. 1.600


    D. 1.6

     

    8. A green sea turtle weighs 355.3 kilograms. What is the word form of this number?


    A. three hundred fifty and three tenths


    B. three hundred fifty-three tenths


    C. three hundred five and three tenths


    D.  three hundred fifty-five and three tenths

     

    9.  The following table shows the times of four students who ran the 50-yard dash in their Physical Education class. The students are listed in alphabetical order. Who ran the dash in the shortest time?

    THE 50-YARD DASH

    Student

    Time (in seconds)

    Benito

    8.715

    Eiko

    8.669

    Gloria

    8.694

    Osami

    8.704


    A. Osami


    B.  Eiko


    C.  Benito


    D.  Gloria

    10.  In a competition, Terry received a score of 1.120 and Mike received a score of 1.110. Richard received a score between Terry and Mike’s scores. Which of the following scores could be Richard’s score?


    A.  1.118


    B.  1.123


    C.  1.108


    D.  0.127

     

    11.  This table shows the distance, in miles, Kendra has run after each minute. How many will Kendra have ran after 7 minutes?

    Minutes Running

      1

      2

      3

      4

    Distance in Miles

    0.14

     0.28

     0.42

     0.56


    A.  0.70 miles


    B.  0.96 miles


    C.  0.84 miles


    D.  0.98 miles