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T/F - Integers are the nice round numbers without fractions or decimal places
True
None
Which of the following is NOT an integer?
1. 1
2. 4
3. 5.5
4. -6
3. 5.5
None
Rational numbers are produced by:
1. multiplying any two integers.
2. dividing any two integers.
3. adding any two integers.
4. subtracting any two integers.
2. dividing any two integers.
None
All the numbers you can write as a decimal expansion are called ______.
1. Integers
2. Real Numbers
3. Rational Numbers
4. Negative Numbers
2. Real Numbers
None
Which of the following correctly represents an Absolute Value?
1. |4| = 4
2. |-6| = 6
3. |-x²| = x²
4. All The Above
4. All The Above
None
T/F - The formal definition of a factor of X is a number that does not divide evenly into X.
False
Y/N - Is 3 a factor of 96?
Yes
None
Y/N - Is 5 a factor of 32?
No
A prime number is one that can only be ______.
1. divided evenly by 0 and itself.
2. divided evenly by 1 and itself.
3. divided evenly by 2 and itself.
4. divided evenly by 3 and itself.
2. divided evenly by 1 and itself.
None
The top number of a fraction is called the _________ and the bottom number is the __________.
1. Numerator / Denominator
2. Denominator / Numerator
1. Numerator / Denominator
None
T/F - The following fractions represent the same value: 10/24 and 25/60
True
Reduce the Fractions.
How do you properly divide fractions?

1. Flip the Numerator/Denomenator of one fraction ONLY
2. Change the division sign to a multiplication sign ONLY
3. Both of the Above
4. None of the Above
3. Both of the Above
When adding fractions, they *must* have a common ________.
1. Numerator
2. Denominator
2. Denominator
None
A percent is a fraction with which denominator?
1. 10
2. 50
3. 100
4. 200
3. 100
None
Which number in the following statement is the exponent? 2³ + 4 =12
1. 12
2. 4
3. 3
4. 2
3. 3
None
When multiplying numbers with the same base, the exponents should be ___________.

Example: 8² x 8³

1. divided
2. subtracted
3. multiplied
4. added
4. added
None
When raising a number to an exponent that is already raised to an exponent, the exponents are __________.

Example: (8²)³

1. Multiplied
2. Added
3. Divided
4. Subtracted
1. Multiplied
None
Raising a number to the ________ power is the same as taking the square root of a number.
1. 1/5
2. 1/4
3. 1/3
4. 1/2
4. 1/2
None
T/F - A number raised to a negative exponent is the reciprocal of the number raised to the positive exponent.
True
In a set of numbers, the _______ is the value that occurs most often.
1. Mean
2. Median
3. Mode
4. None of the Above
3. Mode
None
The average of a set of numbers is called the _______.
1. Mean
2. Median
3. Mode
4. None of the Above
1. Mean
None
The ________ of a set of numbers is the value for which half of the numbers are greater and half are smaller.
1. Mean
2. Median
3. Mode
4. None of the Above
2. Median
None