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When adding decimals you ALWAYS
a) line up your decimals points, use place holders if necessary, and drop the decimal straight down. b) subtract. c) divide. d) forget about keeping the decimals lined up.
When subtracting decimals you ALWAYS
a) add. b) forget about keeping decimals in line. c) line up your decimals, subtract, and drop the decimal straight down. d) multiply.
When multiplying decimals you first ____________ then you ________________.
a) bring the decimal point straight down, leave it there. b) multiply them like they are whole numbers, add the correct amount of numbers to the right of the decimal in your answer. c) add up the numbers, forget about the decimal. d) add up the numbers, pretend that the decimal doesn't exist.
When dividing decimals, the number of times you move the decimal to the right in the divisor will
a) not matter. b) be different than the number of times you move the decimal to the right in the dividend. c) will always be zero. d) tell you the number of times you move the decimal to the right in the dividend.
To add or subtract fractions you must first
a) find the least common denominator. b) add the denominators together. c) multiply. d) subtract.
When writing your answers you should change improper fractions to _________ or simplify the fraction.
a) a decimal b) a whole number c) an even number d) mixed numbers
When multiplying fractions you simply
a) add the numbers up straight across on the top and bottom. b) multiply the numerators straight across and the denominators straight across. c) cross multiply. d) divide.
When dividing fractions you
a) divide straight across. b) keep the first fraction, change the sign to multiplication, and change the other fraction to its reciprocal. c) add up the top and bottoms. d) flip it, keep it, keep it.
When dealing with integers with different signs, subtraction
a) does not exist so you keep the first number then change the sign and add a line to the second number. b) is really easy. c) does not exist so you pretend that there are no negative numbers. d) can't be solved.
When adding integers with different signs it is
a) easy. b) a party, so the answer will always be positive. c) too hard. d) a fight so you subtract the smaller number from the bigger number and keep the sign of the bigger number.
When multiplying and dividing, any two integers with the same signs will equal a positive and
a) any two integers with different signs must be added. b) any two integers with different signs will also equal a positive. c) any two integers with different signs will equal a negative. d) any two integers with different signs can't be multiplied or divided.
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