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FIRST PERIODICAL TEST

IN MATH - GRADE 7

Name: ____________________________________ Score: ___________ Date: ____________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Shade the circle that corresponds to the letter of the correct answer.

A B C D
1. Which of the following is a finite set?

a. M={x|x is odd}
b. A={x|x is a multiple of 4}
c. T={x|x is a letter of the English alphabet}
d. H={x|x is a name of a week that starts with “R”}

2. Which sets contain no common element?

a. disjoint c. infinite
b. finite d. null

3. Which is different from the others?

a. Ø c. {0}
b. {Ø} d. { }

4. What operation on sets collects all common elements found in the sets
selected?

a. Cardinality c. Intersection
b. Complement d. Union

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5. Which classification does √10 belong?

a. integer c. irrational number


b. non integer d. rational number

6. In the equation (-4)2=16, what is 2?

a. base c. power
b. exponent d. standard form

7. Which set of numbers is arranged from the least to the greatest?

1 1 2 2 1 1
a. < < c. < <
5 4 6 6 5 4
1 2 1 1 1 2
b. < < d. < <
4 6 5 4 5 6
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8. Which of the following is greater than ?
15

2 3
a. c.
3 5
3 7
b. d.
4 10

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9. What is the improper fraction of 3 ?
7

2 13
a. c.
10 7
5 23
b. d.
7 7

10. What fraction is expressed in lowest term?

6 17
a. c.
72 51
12 18
b. d.
21 23

11. What is the scientific notation form of 17 million?

a. 1.7 x 106 c. 1.7 x 108


b. 1.7 x 107 d. 1.7 x 109

12. What is the decimal form of 882 x 10-5?

a. 0.0082 c. 88200000
b. 0.0882 d. 88200

13. How many subsets does D= {1, 4, 5, 7} have?

a. 4 c. 16
b. 8 d. 32

14. What is the product when you multiply three negative integers?

a. The product is a positive number.


b. The product is a negative number.
c. The product is greater than zero.
d. The product is an irrational number.

15. An 18-in wire is cut ito two pieces. One piece is 4 in longer than the other.
How long are the pieces?

a. 6 in, 10 in c. 7 in, 11 in
b. 8 in, 10 in d. 6 in, 12 in
II. Alternate Response. Write “>” if Column A is greater than Column B.
Write “<” if Column A is less than Column B.
Write “=” if Column A is equal to Column B.

Column A Column B

1. 16 ÷ 4 x 4 16 x 4 ÷ 4

2. 3+3÷3–3x3 3x3+3÷3–3

3. 5 (2 – 3) (5 x 2) – (5 x 3)

4. 23 32

5. 24 - 42 42 - 2 4

6. 25 + 2 52 + 5

1 1
7. 8÷ +5 8x +5
4 4

1 1 1
8. ( )2 ÷
5 5 5

9. (4 – 7)2 + (2 – 8)2 (7 – 4)2 + (8 – 2)2

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(2.5 x 10-8)(3 x 1010) (2.5 x 10-2) + (3 x 105)
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III. Matching type. Match Column A with Column B.

Column A Column B

________ 1. C’ A.

________ 2. B-C

G.
________ 3. B ∩ C’ B.

________ 4. A’ ᴜ B

H.
________ 5. A∩B C.

________ 6. A’ ∩ C’

I.
________ 7. (B ᴜ C)’ D.

________ 8. B ᴜ (A ∩ C)

J.
________ 9. A ∩ (B ∩ C) E.

________10. (B ᴜ C) ∩ (A ᴜ B)

K.
F.