Whole numbers test
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Name _____________________ Date:_____________________
Solve the following problems
1. In the number 84869, which digit is in the hundreds place ____________
2. In the number 9765, what is the value of the digit 7? ____________
3. Which number represents two million, four hundred thousand, fifty six? ____________
A. 2,400,005,6
B. 2,400,056
C. 2,456,000
D. 2,400,560
4. Write the following number in numerals: four million, six hundred fifty thousand, two hundred fifty six _____________________
5. Write the following numerals with words: 4,650,256 _____________________
6. 448 rounded to the nearest ten is ___________
A. 440
B. 500
C. 450
D. 400
7. Round 6285 to the nearest hundred ___________
A. 6000
B. 6300
C. 6200
D. 7000
8. Add 864 + 35 + 144 + 9 ___________
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10. When subtracting 25 from 104, the answer is ___________
A. 79
B. 78
C. 77
D. 81
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12. What is the product of 36 and 488? ___________
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14. What is the product of 36 and 488? ___________
15. How many times 25 goes into 2275 (Hint: divide 2275 by 25)
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17. Mark sells ice cream for a living on Monday through Friday. This week, he sold ice cream for 245, 180, 200, 95, and 150 dollars.
Mark spent 450 dollars to make those ice cream
What is Mark's profit? ___________
18. A small train can hold 85 passengers. How many trains are needed to to carry 1700 passengers ___________
19. A car traveled 420 miles in 4 hours. Do you think the driver should have gotten a speed ticket? ___________
20. Which division gives the biggest remainder? A division of 56 by 9 or a division of 157 by 3? ___________
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