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22.11.2021

1.) Round to the nearest thousand 6,471.

Estimate each sum, difference, or product by first rounding to the nearest hundred.

2.) 41,348 + 19,749 3.) 38,652 - 14,549 4.) 396 • 748

Solve the equations:

5.) t + 28 = 54 6.) 28x = 168 7.) 27 = y + 12

Simplify:

8.) 10 • 24 - (18 + 2) ÷ 4 - (9 - 7) 9.) (80 ÷ 16) x [(20 - 56 ÷ 8) + (8 • 8 - 5 • 5)]

Evaluate the exponential notation:

10.) 5 to the power of 4

11.) 6 cubed

Sort out:

12.) Natasha has $196 and wants to buy a computer for $698. How much more do you need?

13.) Toni has $406 in her checking account. He is paid $78 for a part-time job and deposits it into his checking account. What is the balance in your account now?

14.) A beverage company packed 228 cans of soda in 12-can cases. How many cartons were filled?

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Step-by-step explanation:

Round to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand:

1. 6,471 to need to the nearest thousand is 6,000

Estimate each sum, difference, or product by first rounding to the nearest hundred.

2. 41,348 + 19,749 ==> 41,300 + 19,700 = 61,000

3. 38,652 - 14,549 ==> 38,700 - 14,500 = 24,200

4. 396 • 748 ==> 400 • 700 = 280,000

Solve the equations:

5. t + 28 = 5

- 28 -28

t = 26

6. 28x = 168

/28 /28

x = 6

7. 27 = y + 12

-12 - 12

15 = y or y = 15

Simplify:

8. 10 • 24 - (18 + 2) ÷ 4 - (9 - 7)

10 • 24 - 20 ÷ 4 - 2

240 - 5 - 2

240 - 7

233

9. (80 ÷ 16) x [(20 - 56 ÷ 8) + (8 • 8 - 5 • 5)]

(80 ÷ 16) x [(20 - 56 ÷ 8) + (64 - 25)]

5 x [(20 - 7) + (64 - 25)]

5 x [13 + 39]

5 x 52

260

Evaluate the exponential notation:

Sort out:

12. Natasha has $196 and wants to buy a computer for $698. How much more do you need?

698 - 196 = $502 <== final answer

13. Toni has $406 in her checking account. He is paid $78 for a part-time job and deposits it into his checking account. What is the balance in your account now?

406 + 78 = $484 <== final answer

14. A beverage company packed 228 cans of soda in 12-can cases. How many cartons were filled?

228/12 = 19 cartons filled <== final answer

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