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Chapter 8 & 9 Test Review
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Tell if this is <, > or =. 4,954 x 4 ____ 9,621 x 2
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Coordinate Gride
What is this image called?
Bar Graph
Which type of graph is the image an example of?
Circle graph
What type of graph is this?
Line graph
What type of graph is the one in the image?
Double Bar Graph
What type of graph is this?
(0,0) is called what?
Origin
True or False? The x-axis is the line that goes horizontal.
True
True or False? The y-coordinate is the first number in an ordered pair.
False
The axis that is vertical is the _____ axis.
y-axis
The axis that is horizontal is the _____ axis.
x-axis
True or False? A trend on a graph are areas where the data increases, decreases or stays the same over time.
True
True or False? (1,4), (2,9) & (0,5) are called ordered pairs.
True
(0,0)
What are the coordinates of A in the image?
(4,3)
What are the coordinates of B in the image?
(6,-4)
What are the coordinates of C in the image?
True or False? The coordinates of E in the image are (-5,-6).
False
(-5,-1)
What are the coordinates of D in the image?
Three rows of turtles. Five turtles in each row. How many turtles?
15
What do you call the answer to a multiplication problem?
Product
What is the product of 445 x 2
890
What is the product of 12 x 12?
144
What is the product of 1,264 x 5
6,320
What is the product of 950 x 2 & 475 x 4?
1,900
Tell if this is <, > or =. 452 x 6 ____ 678 x 4
=
Kaitlyn collected donations for a local animal shelter. She collected a total of $11 on Friday. She collected 7 times that amount on Saturday. Write and solve an equation that shows how much money Kaitlyn collected on Saturday.
$11 x 7 = $77.00
Arthur is hired to road test a hybrid car for three months consisting of 30 days in each month. He drives the car an average of 85 miles per day. How many miles did Arthur drive the car?
7,650 miles
True or False? An example of the Identity Property of multiplication is 7 x 1 = 7
True
True or False? An example of the Zero Property of multiplication is 5 x 0 = 0
True
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Use what you know about multiplication patterns to find the number represented by the " ? " in the image.
4 x 4 = 16
Write and solve an equation that represents the image.
True or False? An accurate equation to represent this image would be 4 x 5 = 20
False
5,551 x 5 rounded to the nearest thousand is?
28,000
549 x 8 rounded to the nearest hundred is?
4,400
621 x 9 rounded to the nearest tens is?
5,590
True or False? If I change 7 x 19 to 7 x 20, I am using rounding.
True
True or False? If I change 9 x 123 to 10 x 120, I am using compatible numbers.
True
Mark has to keep a record of his monthly driving for work, he forgot to write down one of the weeks. He knows he drove 1,248 miles total. 96 miles in week one, 348 miles in week three and 277 in week four, how many miles did he drive in week two?
527 miles
Find the missing numbers in this problem:
⬜ 1 7
x ⬜
49 0 2
8, 6
Find the missing numbers in this problem.
4 ⬜
x 3
⬜35
5, 1
Find the missing numbers in this problem.
⬜ 0 8
x ⬜
12 2 4
4, 3
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T F In a nested loop, the outer loop executes faster than the inner loop.
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We can improve the running time of quicksort in practice by taking advantage of the fast running time of insertion sort when its input is “nearly” sorted. Upon calling quicksort on a subarray with fewer than k elements, let it simply return without sorting the subarray. After the top-level call to quicksort returns, run insertion sort on the entire array to finish the sorting process. Argue that this sorting algorithm runs in O(nk + n lg(n/k)) expected time. How should we pick k, both in theory and in practice?
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14 copies of a code module are to be executed in parallel on identical processors organized into two communicating clusters, A and B. Cluster A contains 16 processors and cluster B contains 32 processors. How many different sets of processors can be used if exactly 2 modules are to execute on cluster B?
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