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# OSMEA COLLEGES OSMEA St.

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Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer and write your answer on the blank provided. 1. LCM stands for? a. Lower Common Multiplication c. Least Common Multiplication b. Lower Common Multiple d. Least Common Multiple

2. This is two or more numbers is the smallest nonzero number that is a multiple of each a. LCD number? c. GCF b. LMM d. LCM

3. This is two or more numbers is the greatest whole number that will divide on all the given numbers? a. LCM b. GCF c. LCD d. LMM

4. GCF stands for? a. Growth Content Factor c. Greatest Common Factor b. Growing Common Factor d. Greatest Common Factoring

5. This is the number that expression of the number as a product of its prime factor? a. Factor-Tree Method c. Prime Factorization b. Continuous Division Method d. Prime Factoring

6. This is a whole number that greater than 1 that has only two factors- and itself? a. Dissimilar Fraction c. Composite Number b. Similar Fraction d. Prime Number

7. The number that we multiply to get a product? a. Division b. Subtraction c. Addition d. Factors

8. This are the products of a nonzero whole number multiplied by the set of counting a. Multiples numbers? b. Factors c. Addition d. Subtraction

9. What do you called the whole number which, when divided by 2, gives a remainder of a. Division 0? b. Odd Number c. Subtraction d. Even Number

10. What do you called the whole number which, when divided by 2, gives a remainder of 1? a. Odd Number B. TRUE or FALSE Directions: Write T if the statement is True and F if the statement is False. Write your answer on the blank provided. 1. To subtract mixed number, subtract the fraction first, and then subtract the numbers. Simplify the answer if needed. 2. To subtract similar fraction, subtract the denominators, then copy the common numerators. Express the answer in simplest form if needed. 3. The fractional part of a number may be a whole number or fraction. 4. A fraction part of a number is a multiplication expression involving the dissimilar and similar. 5. A fraction is in lowest term or in simplest form when the GCF of the numerator denominator is 1. b. Addition c. Multiplication d. Even Number

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6. The LCD of two or more numbers is the smallest nonzero number that is a multiple of each number. 7. Any number which is a multiple of two or more numbers is known as a common multiple of the numbers. 8. The common factors of two or more numbers are the factors that are the same each number. 9. The GCF stands for Grower Common Factor. 10. LCM stands for Lower Common Multiplication. C. SHORT ANSWER Directions: Fill in the blank, write your answer on the blank provided. 1. Are fractions that are equal equivalent fraction? 2. Is a fraction whose numerator is less than the denominator? 3. Is a fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator? 4. Is the sum of a whole number and a proper fraction? 5. Are fractions having the same denominator?

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6. Are fraction having different denominator? 7. The symbols are used to compare fractions? 8. Tells how many equal parts are taken or used? 9. Tells the number of equal parts of a whole or set is divided? 10. Names one or more equal parts of a whole of a set of object. It is also indicated division?

D. MATCHING TYPES Directions: Match the item in column A with those in column B. Write only the letters in the blank. Column A 1. Five Thousand 2. One Hundred, Fifty 3. Twenty 4. Five 5. Twenty Thousand 6. Four-Thousand, Five Hundred 7. Six Hundred Fifteen Thousand 8. Sixteen Thousand Two Hundred 9. Two Thousand, Seven Hundred 10. Five Hundred Seventy-Two Column B A. 572 136 B. 5 000 C. 5 D. 20 E. 2 792 F. 150 Thirty-Eight G. 615 804 Eight Hundred Four H. 4 538 Thirty-Eight I. 20 000 Ninety-Two J. 16 237 Thousand, One Hundred Thirty-Six K.12 233 E. ESSAY Directions: (Each Question has 5 points) Understand carefully the question and answer in 5 sentence only. 1. What is the difference between similar fractions to dissimilar fraction? Explain.