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Grade 5 Decimals
A decimal that has numbers that repeats forever.
  1. Everlasting Point
  2. Terminating Decimal
  3. Recurring Decimal
  4. Finite Decimal
Grade 5 Decimals CCSS: 5.NBT.B.7
Before we begin to add decimal numbers, we must
  1. remove the decimal points.
  2. line up the decimal points.
  3. move the decimal points to the left.
  4. move the decimal points to the right.
Grade 5 Exponents CCSS: 5.NBT.A.2
Look at the number below:

0.05

Which of the following best explains what happens when the decimal above is multiplied by [math]10^2[/math]?
  1. The decimal shifts 2 places to the left.
  2. The decimal shifts 2 places to the right.
  3. The decimal does not shift, but 0.05 is divided by 2.
  4. The decimal does not shift, but 0.05 is multiplied by 2.
Grade 4 STEM Words
Choose the correct spelling.
  1. decemal
  2. decimal
  3. decimul
Grade 11 Business Technology
10 is a(n)
  1. int.
  2. normal.
  3. complex.
  4. decimal.
Grade 11 Business Technology
100.0 is a(n)
  1. float.
  2. normal.
  3. integer.
  4. decimal.
Grade 7 Represent and Determine Probability CCSS: 7.SP.C.5
Probability can be expressed as a:
  1. fraction.
  2. decimal.
  3. percent.
  4. all of these.
Continuing Education Vocabulary

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decimate
  1. to lower in grade or position
  2. to give up on an incomplete project or effort
  3. to destroy or kill a large portion of something
  4. going before in time
Grade 5 Exponents CCSS: 5.NBT.A.2
Look at the pattern below:

[math]4 xx 10^1 = 40[/math]
[math]4 xx 10^2 = 400[/math]
[math]4 xx 10^3 = 4000[/math]

Which statement best summarizes this pattern?
  1. The exponent shows the number of places the decimal moves to the left.
  2. The exponent shows the number of places the decimal moves to the right.
  3. There is no relationship between the exponent that the ten is raised to and decimal placement.
Grade 8 Rational and Irrational Numbers CCSS: 8.NS.A.1
Which of the following can NOT be classified as a rational number?
  1. Integers
  2. A decimal number that continues on forever with no pattern
  3. A square root that has finite decimal places
  4. Fractions
Grade 4 Decimals
Grade 4 Decimals
Grade 7 Percents CCSS: 7.EE.B.3
Grade 7 Percents CCSS: 7.EE.B.3
Convert 78.9% to a decimal.
  1. 0.0000789
  2. 0.00789
  3. 0.789
  4. 0.0789
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