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You are on page 1of 4

Name:_________________________________

Date:________________________________________

Section:________________________________ Grading:_____________________________________

GRADE

Read the instructions carefully.

I.

Identify the integer that represents the point on the number line.

A

B

C

D H

A =_____________________ E=__________________

B=_____________________

F=__________________

C=_____________________

G=__________________

D=_____________________ H=__________________

II. Write the correct symbol ( < or > ) on the blank to make the statement True.

1. -100

2.

12

3.

-7

4.

50

5. 13

-4

-74

6. 0

7. 15

5

- -5

-54

-2

-3

8. -65

18

9. 168

100

10. 42

-8

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

-10, -27, 3, 43 ____________________

-37 -60 -36 98 ____________________

20 83 66 -71 ____________________

73 -87 40 -77 ____________________

6. 73 37 -99 38 ____________________

7. 8 -44 58 -4 ____________________

8. -48 95 72 -92 ____________________

9. -50 -78 61 -94 ____________________

10. -16 29 21 41 ____________________

A= 5, 2

C= -3,

-5 E=0, 5

B= -4,4

D= 6, 2

F= 3, -3

V.

_________________1.

_________________2.

_________________3.

_________________4.

_________________5.

_________________6.

_________________7.

_________________8.

6 ( 3 + 7 ) = (6 x 3) (6 x 7)

6 + 23 + 17 = (6 +23 +17)

4 (16 + 8) = (4 x 16) + (4 x 8)

18 + 2 (20) = 18 (20) + 2

6 (3 + 12) = (6 + 3) 12

27 + 7 = 34

3+9=9+3

(11 + 5 ) + 3 = 11 + (5 + 3)

VI. Determine

CL

CP

AS

DP

AI

MI

ZP

Closure Property

Commutative Property

Associative Property

Distributive Property

Additive Property

Multiplicative

Zero Property

___________1.

___________2.

+ 11

___________3.

___________4.

x 4)

___________5.

(5 x 8) 9 = 9 (5 x 8)

(11 + 5 ) + 3 = 11 + (5 + 3)

____________6. 8 x 1 = 8

____________7. 3 + 9 + 11 = 9 + 3

0 + 15 = 15

5(6 + 9) = (5x6) + (5x9)

____________8. 4 + 6 + 3 = 13

____________9. 4 x (3 + 4 ) = (4 x 3) + (4

2+5=7

____________10. 0 x 7 = 0

1. 2 956

_________________________________________________________________________________

2. 17 935

_________________________________________________________________________________

3. 537 903

_________________________________________________________________________________

4. 89 039 405

_________________________________________________________________________________

5. 307 854 607 233

_________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________

VIII. Express the following in Exponential Notation

1. 834

__________________________________________________________________________

2. 1 356

__________________________________________________________________________

3. 56 845 __________________________________________________________________________

4. 356 089 __________________________________________________________________________

5. 5 089 334 )__________________________________________________________________________

6. 62 933 076 _________________________________________________________________________

7. 540 765 ____________________________________________________________________________

IX. Express the following in Scientific Notation

1. 456 789

____________________

6. 6 030 000

_______________________

2.

3.

4.

5.

X.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

17 213

____________________

7. 76 000 _______________________

506 129 337 ____________________

8. 300 000 _______________________

32 015

____________________

9. 412

_______________________

104 000 000 000

____________________

10. 9 500

_______________________

8.35 x 10 =

3.01 x 10 =

5.7 x 10 =

2.56 x 10 =

4.15 x 10 =

6.

7.

8.

9.

5.9 x 10 =

7.2 x 10 =

5.9 x 10=

4.11 x 10=

10. 5.62 x 10=

1. 9 + 7 =

2. 33 + 5 =

3. 15 + (-6) =

4. 17 + (-42) =

5. -9 + 17 =

6. -25 + 16 =

7. -13 + (-9) =

8. -7 + (-25) =

9. 4 - 12 =

10. 12 8 =

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

20.

11. 35 ( -23)

12. 16 (-18)

12 8 =

13 34

=

--24 (-6)

=

6 + (-46)

=

16 (-5) =

- 13 (-7)

=

19. -23 (18)

14 (-20) =

1. 3 x 12

2. 15 x 7

3. 8 x (-7)

4. 11 x (-6)

5. -9 x 13

6. -15 x 15

7. -6 x (-14)

8. -10 x (-18)

9. 16 4

10. 225 5

XIII.

14.

16.

17.

18.

20.

1. 2 - 2 x 7 + 12 3 =

2. 56 2 x 3 + 32 =

11 49 (-7)

12. 14 (-2)

13. 135 9

84 12

15. - 104 (-8)

-105 (-3)

150 (-15)

360 (-9)

19. 5 (-2)

40 5 =

=

=

3. 100 2 x 4 + 53 91 =

5. (90 (3 + 2) 20 + 17 =

XIV. WORD PROBLEMS

1. A car gets 40 kilometers per gallon of gasoline. How many gallons of gasoline would the car need to

travel 180 kilometers?

2. A machine fills 150 bottles of water every 8 minutes. How many minutes it takes this machine to fill

675 bottles?

3. A car travels at a speed of 65 miles per hour. How far will it travel in 5 hours?

4. A school has 10 classes with the same number of students in each class. One day, the weather was

bad and many students were absent. 5 classes were half full, 3 classes were 3/4 full and 2 classes

were 1/8 empty. A total of 70 students were absent. How many students are in this school when no

students are absent?

5. Carla is 5 years old and Jim is 13 years younger than Peter. One year ago, Peter's age was twice the

sum of Carla's & Jim's age. Find the present age of each one of them.

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