Absolute Value

Exponents

Order of Operations

Adding Integers

Distributive Property

Percent

Rate and Ratio

100

Find the absolute value of:

|-10|

Absolute value is the distance from zero.

100

When you see the following expression, what is the big number called and what is the little number on top of it called?

2^{4}

100

Simplify the following expression:

100

8(4+2) = ?

48

100

What is 25% of 80

20

100

Balia knows that 6 cups of rice will feed 15 people. How many cups of rice are needed to feed 135 people?

54 cups

200

What is greater:

|-6| or |3|

The absolute value of a number is the number's distance from zero.

200

How can you rewrite 9^{2 }in expanded form?

200

Simplify the following expression:

200

5(x-3)

5x-15

200

What is 15% of 120

18

200

A train in Japan can travel 813.5 miles in 5 hrs. Find the unit rate in miles per hour

167.7 mi / hr

300

Place the following in order from smallest number, to biggest number:

|-20|, 18, |12|, |-14|, 8

The absolute value of a number is the number's distance from zero.

300

How can you rewrite the following in exponential form?

7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 7

300

3 + 4^{2} * (3 + 2)

300

7+9(2x-3)

18x-20

300

130% of 42

54.6

300

Arrange in fasted to slowest:

Abel reads 50 pages in 45 minutes; Brian reads 90 pages in 75 minutes; Charlie reads 175 pages in 2 hours

Charlie, Brian, Abel

400

What is:

|-7| + |-2|

The absolute value of a number is the number's distance from zero.

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400

400

-3(-x-10)

3x+30

400

8% of 540

43.2

400

An ice skater covered 1500 meters in 106 seconds. What is her unit rate in meters per second

14.15 m per second

500

2 x |-5| + |4| - 14

Remember to use your order of operations.

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500

What is the value of:

2^{3} + 3^{2} - 4^{2}

500

500

6 + (-2 + -5)

500

x + 10 -6(x-3x) +4

13x+14

500

70% of 478

334.6

500

Arrange from most expensive to least expensive if they buy lunch 5 days per week:

Alice spends $3 per day; Betty spends $25 every 2 weeks; Cindy spends $75 per month (assume 4 weeks in a month)

Cindy, Alice, Betty

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