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Instructions:

- This assignment is designed to prepare you for Test 1 which is a non-calculator test. Complete this

assignment without using a calculator to best prepare.

- Answer the following questions in the space provided

- Show all your work; part marks will be given to partially completed questions.

- If no work is shown, no marks will be given.

- Provide a final statement for the word problems. Marks are deducted for no statements.

- Submit your completed assignment in the Assignment 1 drop-box on DC Connect.

1. Evaluate: (2)

a) 33 ‧ 52 =

b) 32 ‧ 24 =

525 =

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c) Find the greatest common factor, GCF of the following: (2)

18 and 54

52 and 78

3. Round each number to the nearest thousands first, then perform the operation on the rounded numbers. (4)

a) 45,723 + 6,834 = b) 39,546 – 8,750 =

1 2

3 = 32 =

14 9

51 154

= =

9 12

48 60

= =

60 96

8 ? 7 63

= ?= = ?=

19 76 13 ?

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5. Evaluate the following involving absolute value signs: (4)

a) − |−11| + | 12 | = b) −| 18 | ‧ |−5 | =

6. Complete the following table by converting the given numbers to their other forms: (6)

Fraction Form Decimal Form Percent Form

0.575

4.5%

𝟗

𝟒𝟎

a) 4,143 x 205 =

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b) 3,659 ÷ 8 = (report remainder as a whole number, if necessary)

e) 642.5 x 5.12 =

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16 3

f) x 1 =

35 4

18 3

g) ÷ =

35 5

7 1 5

h) − + =

8 12 6

i) 35 – 27 ÷ 32 ‧ (1 – 4)2 =

j) 9 + 2 [4 – 6(2 – 5)] =

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3(−2)(−5)

k) =

6(−4) − 2

3(20− 12) ÷ 6

l) =

(32−17) − 32

8) Complete the following questions by using either the basic percent equation or by using proportions. Round

final answer to the tenths, if necessary) (3)

a) 40% of 75 is?

c) 16 is what % of 64?

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9. Solve the following application problems. Each question requires a final statement. (3 marks each)

a) There are 18 patients at a nursing home and each patient has been prescribed 2½ ounces of a certain drug. If

one bottle of this drug contains 35 ounces, will one bottle be enough to fill this order for all 18 patients? If no,

how many doses can be given from one bottle?

Solution:

Final Statement:

b) A patient is to receive an IV infusion of 2000 ml of normal saline over a period of 12 hours. A nurse checks

on the patient after ¾ of the bag has been infused. How many milliliters of the fluid remain in the bag?

Solution:

Final Statement:

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c) A commonly used artificial hip joint replacement consist of a cobalt-chrome alloy combination. The cobalt-

chrome replacement consists of 28% cobalt and 18% chrome with the remaining made up of a mix of other

metals. If the hip joint replacement weighs 500 grams, how many grams of cobalt and of chrome are in the

replacement?

Solution:

Final Statement:

d) In a survey of 440 women and 350 men, 268 of the women and 200 of the men reported that they wore

sunscreen often. To the nearest tenth of a percent, what percent of the women wore sunscreen often?

Solution:

Final Statement:

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