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Write the number that makes the statement true.
1. 205.5 m = _____ mm (1 point)
205,500
0.2055
20.55
20,550
2. 199.2 km = _____ m (1 point)
199,200
19.92
19,920
0.1992
Use benchmarks to estimate the sum.
3. + (1 point)
2

1
0
Estimate the difference.
4. 6 – 4 (1 point)
2
3
1
4
Estimate the product.
5. 6 × 2 (1 point)
18
14
12
13
Find the sum.
6. + (1 point)
2



7. – + (1 point)


–1
12
8. 7 + 6 (1 point)
13
13
13
13
9. – (1 point)
3



10. –3– 1 (1 point)
2
–4
–4
2
11. 8– 2 (1 point)
6
6
5
5
Find the product.
12. of 21 (1 point)
3
18
126
21
13. × 24 (1 point)
120
24
20
4
14. × (1 point)




15. 3× 5 (1 point)
8
15
18
15
Find the quotient.
16. ÷ (1 point)
1



17. ÷ (1 point)
1

1

18. –9 ÷ (1 point)


–14
5
Complete.
19. 54 fl oz = _____ c (1 point)
5c
432 c
6c
6 c
20. Chase is making calzones that require 2 pounds of beef. He only has 1 pound left. How much more does he need? (1 point)
1 pound
1 pound
pound
pound

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  1. 1. A = 205,500

    posted by Steve
  2. 2. A = 199,200

    posted by Steve
  3. The others I have a hard time reading and understanding because it is written poorly maybe if you write it correctly to where I can understand I can help you with the rest.

    posted by Steve
  4. Stop giving out answers!

    posted by Ras
  5. 15.D 11.6 I can't help you with the rest because the format you typed the test in is very confusing.

    posted by Connexus Geek
  6. I really need help. Does anyone have a answer?

    posted by Marvel Lover
  7. 1. A
    2. A
    3. C
    4. B
    5. C
    6. D
    7. B
    8. C
    9. D
    10. C
    11. C
    12. B
    13. C
    14. C
    15. D
    16. B
    17. B
    18. C
    19. C
    20. A

    You're welcome.

    posted by Kylie✏️
  8. your wrong dumb dumb

    posted by sumdog/swag
  9. 1. A
    2. A
    3. B
    4. A
    5. C
    6. D
    7. A
    8. B
    10.C
    11.A
    12.B
    13.C
    14.A
    15.C
    16.C
    17.B
    18.C
    19.C
    20.A

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  10. Aurora, girl got all the answers is right I took the test and got a 100% number 9 is B by the way

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  12. Thx Aurora I saw Kylie's but thx

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