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Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Test

Target Skill: Adding and Subtracting Decimals


NOTE: Line up decimal points!

1. The price of a share of stock for company XYZ at the beginning of the week was $24.75.
Over the next five days, the stock gained $2.50 on Monday, lost $3.25 on Tuesday, lost $0.75
on Wednesday, gained $1.25 on Thursday, and gained $4.75 on Friday. What was the price of
the share of stock at the end of Friday?

A $12.25
B $25.75
C $29.25
D $37.25

Target Skill: Order of Operations

2. 8+8÷2+2=

A 4
B 8
C 10
D 14

Target Skill: Adding and Subtracting Decimals AND Comparing and Ordering Decimals

3. Cole has $9.16 and is given $2.25 more. Steven has $13.64 and spends $2.28 at the
store.

Compare the amount of money Cole and Steven now have by using the symbol for less than
(<), equals (=), or greater than (>).

Show all work.

Answer: $_____________________ _____________ $________________________


Target Skill: Comparing and Ordering Decimals

4. The table below shows the distance, in kilometers, Lisa ran each day for 5 days.

Lisa's Running Distances

Day Distance (in kilometers)


Monday 2.05
Tuesday 4.10
Wednesday 3.80
Thursday 1.95
Friday 4.05

Write the five distances in order from greatest to least.

Target Skill: Estimate Sums and Differences

5. The table below shows the distance, in kilometers, Lisa ran each day for 5 days.

Lisa's Running Distances

Day Distance (in kilometers)


Monday 2.05
Tuesday 4.10
Wednesday 3.80
Thursday 1.95
Friday 4.05

a) Estimate the average distance, in kilometers, LIsa ran each day for the 5 days.

b) Estimate the average distance, in kilometers, LIsa ran the entire 5 days all together.

Explain your estimation strategy.


Target Skill: Compare and Order Decimals

6. Which of the following is true?

A 0.310 < 0.275


B 0.325 > 0.310
C 0.325 < 0.275
D 0.310 > 0.325

Target Skill: Representing Decimals in Expanded Notation or Expanded Form

7. Which of the following is 9.423 written in expanded notation?

A (9 × 1) + (4 × 10) + ( 2 × 100) + (3 × 1000)


B (9 × 1) + (4 × 0.1) + (2 × 0.01) + 3 × 0.001)
C (9 × 0.1) + (4 × 10) + (2 × 100) + ( 3 × 1000)
D (9 x 0.1) + (4 × 0.01) + (2 × 0.001) + (3 × 0.0001)

Target Skill: Circumference of a Circle

8. The diameter of a circular plate is approximately 6 inches. Which of the following is


closest to the circumference of the plate?

A 36 in.
B 108 in.
C 18 in.
D 54 in.
Target Skill: Circumference of a Circle

9. The diameter of the circular top of an oatmeal container is 10 cm.

Which of the following expressions can be used to determine the circumference of the
oatmeal container in centimeters?

A 10 ÷ pi
B 20 × pi
C 20 ÷ pi
D 10 × pi
Target Skill: Perimeter

10. Mrs. Gold designed a piece of art by outlining equilateral triangles with wire.

How much wire did Mrs. Gold use to complete her piece of art?

A 9m
B 33 m
C 90 m
D 57 m

Target Skill: Circumference

Bonus Question:

A circle with center at point O is shown below.

Which line segment is 2 times the length of radius OK?

A Segment LN
B Segment LM
C Segment LK
D Segment ON