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"<" is the "less-than" symbol.
1. True
2. False
Use mental math and a pattern to find the product.

$(8xx8)xx10^3$
1. 640
2. 6,400
3. 64,000
4. 640,000
What is the expanded form of this number with exponents?

68,024
1. $6xx10^3$ + $8xx10^2$ + $2xx10^2$ +$4xx10^0$
2. $6xx10^4$ + $8xx10^3$ + $2xx10^1$ +$4xx10^0$
3. $6xx10^4$ + $8xx10^2$ + $2xx10^2$ +$4xx10^1$
4. $6xx10^4$ + $8xx10^3$ + $2xx10^2$ +$4xx10^1$
What is another way of writing one million?
1. $10^3$
2. $10^4$
3. $10^5$
4. $10^6$
Caroline baked 9 trays of cookies. Each tray had 5 rows with 4 cookies in each row. Caroline wrote the equation $(9 xx 5) xx 4 = 9 xx (5 xx 4)$. What property did Caroline use?
1. Commutative Property of Multiplication
3. Associative Property of Multiplication
4. Distributive Property
10 to the 3rd power
1. 1,000
2. 100
3. 10
4. 1
A navy ship is responsible for searching an area that is 5,000 square miles. Which shows 5,000 as a whole number multiplied by a power of ten?
1. $5xx10^1$
2. $5xx10^2$
3. $5xx10^3$
4. $5xx10^4$
What is $2^4$ in expanded form?
1. $2*4$
2. $2*2*2*2$
3. $4*4*4*4$
4. $4*4$
When a number has an exponent, the exponent tells you how many times to             multiply              the base number.
Matt has a large collection of marbles. He has 150 clear marbles, 214 blue marbles, and 89 green marbles. Matt wrote this equation about his marble collection:
$(150 + 214) + 89 = 150 + (214 + 89)$. What property did Matt use?
4. Distributive Property
Fernando bought a basketball for $23, a pair of running shoes for$35, and a baseball cap for \$7. He wrote that equation $23 + 35 + 7 = 23+ 7 + 35$. What property did Fernando use?
3. Distributive Property
4. Identity Property of Multiplication
What is this number in standard form?

$9xx10^5$ + $7xx10^4$ + $3xx10^3$ +$5xx10^2$+$3xx10^1$+$2xx10^0$
1. 9,735,320
2. 973,532
3. 97,353
4. 970,532
$200 -: 10^2 =$
1. 1
2. 2
3. 10
4. 20
Which of the following is another way to write the number 200?
1. $2 + 10^1$
2. $2 xx 10^1$
3. $2 + 10^2$
4. $2 xx 10^2$
Todd was doing research for a report about the longest rivers on Earth. He read that the Nile River is $4.16 xx 10^3$ miles long. How should Todd write the length of the Nile River in standard form on his report?
1. 4.16 miles
2. 41.6 miles
3. 416 miles
4. 4,160 miles
$50 xx 10^4=$
1. 5,000
2. 50,000
3. 500,000
4. 5,000,000
Which one shows $4.55 xx 10^1$ ?
1. 4.55
2. 0.0455
3. 45.5
4. 455
$400 -: 10^3 =$
1. 40
2. 4
3. 0.4
4. 0.04
$300 -: 10^3 =$