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1350993

Directions: Answer the following question(s).

1 How could you convert 0.123 into a fraction? 6 The radius of the Sun is about 700,000,000

meters, the radius of the planet Venus is

A. Subtract the equation x = 0.123 from the about 6,000,000 meters, and the radius of the

equation 100x = 12.3 and solve for x. supergiant star Betelgeuse is about

B. Subtract the equation x = 0.123 from the 500,000,000,000 meters. Which of these

equation 1000x = 123.3 and solve for x. statements is correct? Select three that

apply.

C. Subtract the equation 10x = 1.23 from the

equation 100x = 12.3 and solve for x. A. The radius of the Sun is about 7 × 107 meters,

D. Subtract the equation 100x = 12.3 from the and the radius of Venus is about 6 × 106 meters.

equation 1000x = 123.3 and solve for x.

B. The radius of the Sun is about 7 × 108 meters,

and the radius of Betelgeuse is about 5 × 1011

2 After simplifying, which of the following meters.

procedures will correctly convert 0.68 into a C. The radius of Venus is about 6 × 106 meters,

fraction? Select three that apply.

and the radius of the Sun is about 7 × 108

A. subtracting the equation x = 0.68 from the meters.

equation 10x = 6.86

D. The radius of Venus is about 6 × 107 meters,

B. subtracting the equation x = 0.68 from the and the radius of Betelgeuse is about 5 × 1011

equation 100x = 68.68

meters.

C. subtracting the equation 10x = 6.86 from the E. The radius of Betelgeuse is about 5 × 1010

equation 100x = 68.68

meters, and the radius of the Sun is about 7 ×

D. subtracting the equation 10x = 6.86 from the 108 meters.

equation 1000x = 686.86

F. The radius of Betelgeuse is about 5 × 1011

E. subtracting the equation 100x = 68.68 from the

equation 1000x = 686.86 meters, and the radius of Venus is about 6 × 106

meters.

F. subtracting the equation 100x = 68.68 from the

equation 10,000x = 6868.68

makes this number rational? Explain your

reasoning.

(2–4 • 23)3? Select all that apply.

A. 1

B. 8

C. 2–12 • 29

D. 2–1 • 26

(3n • 32)4 = 328.

n=

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CCCS Math 8 2017-18 Semester 1 Final Exam Study Guide Assessment ID: ib.1350993

Directions: Answer the following question(s).

microprocessors. Microprocessor A executes that occurred during January, April, and

one cycle in 0.00000000003 seconds, September of a particular year. The January

microprocessor B executes one cycle in earthquake released 2 × 1014 Joules of

0.0000002 seconds, and microprocessor C energy, the April earthquake released 8 × 1010

executes one cycle in 0.000000008 seconds. Joules, and the September earthquake

Which of these statements is correct? Select

released 4 × 1016 Joules. Which of these

three that apply.

statements is correct? Select three that

A. Microprocessor A executes one cycle in 3 × 10– apply.

11seconds, and microprocessor B executes one A. The January earthquake released 2500 times as

cycle in 2 × 10–7 seconds. much energy as the April earthquake.

B. Microprocessor A executes one cycle in 3 × 10– B. The January earthquake released 0.05 times as

11seconds, and microprocessor C executes one much energy as the September earthquake.

cycle in 8 × 10–8 seconds. C. The April earthquake released 0.00004 times as

much energy as the January earthquake.

C. Microprocessor B executes one cycle in 2 × 10–

7seconds, and microprocessor A executes one D. The April earthquake released 0.000002 times

as much energy as the September earthquake.

cycle in 3 × 10–12 seconds.

E. The September earthquake released 200 times

D. Microprocessor B executes one cycle in 2 × 10– as much energy as the January earthquake.

7seconds, and microprocessor C executes one

F. The September earthquake released 50,000

cycle in 8 × 10–9 seconds. times as much energy as the April earthquake.

E. Microprocessor C executes one cycle in 8 × 10–

9seconds, and microprocessor A executes one

10 Which of these statements is correct? Select

cycle in 3 × 10–11 seconds. two that apply.

F. Microprocessor C executes one cycle in 8 × 10– A. A solution to the equation x2 = 7 is x = .

9seconds, and microprocessor B executes one

B. A solution to the equation x2 = 15 is x = .

cycle in 2 × 10–6 seconds.

C. A solution to the equation x2 = 38 is x = .

8 Which of these equations are correct? Select D. A solution to the equation x3 = 3 is x =

three that apply. .

E. A solution to the equation x3 = 10 is x = .

A. (4.6 × 105) – (2.1 × 104) = 250,000

B. F. A solution to the equation x3 = 44 is x = .

(8.8 × 108) – (6.2 × 107) = 818,000,000

C. (9.9 × 107) – (5.8 × 106) = 9,320,000

11 An equation is shown below with a missing

D. (7.3 × 106) – (4.2 × 105) = 6,880,000 value. Enter the missing value into the box in

E. (2.9 × 108) – (1.3 × 107) = 16,000,000 the equation.

3

F. (3.6 × 105) – (1.1 × 104) = 349,000 8= √

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CCCS Math 8 2017-18 Semester 1 Final Exam Study Guide Assessment ID: ib.1350993

Directions: Answer the following question(s).

12 Toni has a plastic container in the shape of a 15 Select all the numbers below that are

cube. The container holds 8 cubic inches of irrational.

water.

A. 5462.263

Part A: B.

Write an equation to determine the side

length s of the container. C. 13

Part B: 24

Solve the equation in part A.

D.

E. 3.33333

13 It is important for engineers designing

buildings to understand the relationship F.

between the height and volume of the

building. A taller building if not built correctly

is more likely to collapse, because a small 16 Is located between points M and N on the

increase in height leads to a large increase in number line below?

volume.

An engineer builds two building models of

different sizes in the shape of square blocks.

The smaller building has a height of 1 m, and A. No, because it is not greater than 3 and less

than 4.

a volume of 1 m3. The volume of the larger

building is 125 m3. B. No, because it is not greater than 9 and less

than 16.

The height of the building, represented by x,

C. Yes, because it is greater than 3 and less than 4.

is equal to the cube root of the building's

volume. The equation below can be used to D. Yes, because it is greater than 9 and less than

find x, in meters. 16.

x3 = volume

Determine how much taller, in meters, the

height of the larger building is than the

smaller building.

"If a rational number is an integer over 100,

then the square root of the rational number is

rational. For example, is rational and

is rational."

Provide two examples of integer numbers

over 100 that show that Amy's conjecture is

false.

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