Arithmetic & Estimation Using Decimals Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. If you multiplied 562.14 * 45.4, how many digits would there be behind the decimal in the product?

Question 2 2. Jenny has $100.24 in her bank account. She withdraws $20. How much is left in her bank account?

Question 3 3. A model house is built to 1/8 or 0.125 of real-world size, so everything in the model house is exactly 0.125 times the size of its real-world counterpart. It has a particularly cute dining table in the kitchen area. The owner of the model house has the same cute dining table in his kitchen. His real dining table stands 30 inches tall. How tall does the table in the model house stand?

Question 4 4. Find the quotient of 50 divided by 0.1.

Question 5 5. Jason multiplied 0.4 by some number, and the product was 0.216. How many digits were behind the decimal in the second number?

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Question 6 6. Estimate the product of 6.8 x 2.081.

Question 7 7. Bridget wants to buy one t-shirt for $18.79 and a pair of shoes for $24.79. About how much should she expect to pay?

Question 8 8. What is the quotient of 0.166 / 0.83?

Question 9 9. Please convert 7/8 into a decimal.

Question 10 10. How many pieces of 4.5-inch-long wood can you get from a 36-inch-long piece of wood?

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Question 11 11. Please convert 9/8 into a decimal.

Question 12 12. Harry ate 2.5 more hot dogs than Frank. Frank only ate 1.5 hot dogs. How many hot dogs did Harry eat?

Question 13 13. Please convert 0.123 into a fraction.

Question 14 14. 0.34 + .68 = ?

Question 15 15. John has $4.55 in his wallet and Lisa has $3.24. How much do they have in total?

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Question 16 16. Wendy lost a total of 7.8 pounds in four weeks. Four weeks ago she weighed 130.4 pounds. How much does Wendy weigh now?

Question 17 17. Which of these is NOT a step in the process of multiplying decimals?

Question 18 18. If you're dividing 1.72 by 8.6, how many places to the right will you need to move the decimal point in the divisor and dividend?

Question 19 19. (0.75)*4 = ?

Question 20 20. Please convert 0.98 to a fraction.

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Question 21 21. Estimate the product of 5.4 x 3.8.

Question 22 22. 0.54 + 0.6 = _____

Question 23 23. In the division problem 0.86 / 0.02, what would be the new dividend once you move the decimal as needed?

Question 24 24. You are in line at a grocery store. You see the person in front of you get very angry at the cashier for giving him $1.15 in change. The person just bought something that cost $2.85 and he gave the cashier a $5. Why is he angry?

Question 25 25. Estimate 4.789 + 3.123 - 12.876.

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Question 26 26. Martha chips in $14.75 for food at a party. John chips in $18.25 for food at the same party. Using estimation, about how much money did they chip in together?

Question 27 27. It takes Luis 5.4 hours to paint a house. If he paints 4 houses one week, how many hours did he work?

Question 28 28. On a recent test, Joe got 23.5 questions right out of a total of 25 questions. What is his score as a decimal?

Question 29 29. It takes Nicole 10.2 minutes to jog a mile. On Monday, she jogged for 2.5 miles. How long was Nicole jogging?

Arithmetic & Estimation Using Decimals Chapter Exam Instructions

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