Which phrase correctly orders –34, 15, –23, and 2?
A.
2 < 15 < –34 < –23
B.
–34 < –23 < 15 < 2
C.
2 < 15 < –23 < –34
D.
–34 < –23 < 2 < 15

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- anonymous

i think c

- anonymous

youre right

- anonymous

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- anonymous

i'll tell u me score

- anonymous

wait

- Cresciez

It's B lol

- anonymous

its d i forgot negatives go before the posit

- anonymous

positives

- Cresciez

Negatives come first - despite their big numbers, the negative sign is a big hint. The bigger the negative number, the lesser it is.

- anonymous

well i got a 76%

- Cresciez

Oh yeah, it is D oops haha, I just paid attention to the negatives

- Cresciez

Still a lovely score ^.^

- anonymous

lol yea i was only looking at the numbers im really sorry @Crazy_questions

- anonymous

yea but i need at lest a 80% to pass

- Cresciez

Can you retake the test rn?

- anonymous

yea can you?

- anonymous

yea ican

- anonymous

ok retry then this time your gonna get your 80 or up

- anonymous

ok :)

- Cresciez

Awesome - I'll be happy to help you with the problems if you need any. :^)

- anonymous

ok question 1
–32 + 22
A.
–10
B.
–54
C.
54
D.
10
lol so easy it -10

- Cresciez

You're correct~

- anonymous

yea

- anonymous

ok question 3
b + 6.7 = 19.4
there is so post it be a box here

- anonymous

question 2 was easy

- anonymous

12.7

- Cresciez

^ Mhm :>

- anonymous

ok question 4
Nancy drove from New York to Boston, a distance of 1144.97 km. She drove with a friend for the first 711.5 km, and then by herself for the remaining distance.
How far did Nancy drive by herself?
A.
1856.47 km
B.
1855.47 km
C.
333.47 km
D.
433.47 km

- anonymous

i got d

- anonymous

ok question 5
Marcus biked 15.7 miles on Saturday and 13.9 miles the following Thursday. Ellen biked the same total distance as Marcus, but only biked 12.8 miles on Saturday.
How far did Ellen bike on Thursday?
A.
29.6 miles
B.
16.8 miles
C.
2.9 miles
D.
28.5 miles

- anonymous

b

- Cresciez

I think B - she had to make up on the leftover miles

- anonymous

we all pick b ok q 6 lol esay 1 again
What is the opposite of 93?
A.
93
B.
–39
C.
–93
D.
39
its c

- Cresciez

^ C

- Cresciez

Correct again :>

- anonymous

c

- anonymous

ok q7
Which phrases correctly describe the location of –52 on the number line?
Choose exactly two answers that are correct.
A.
to the left of –38
B.
to the right of –51
C.
to the right of –63
D.
to the left of –76

- Cresciez

B and D

- anonymous

i agree

- anonymous

ok q8
How far is point P from point Q?
Number line -10 to +10 - assessment graphic
A.
8 units
B.
9 units
C.
10 units
D.
7 units

- anonymous

here a pic https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/372000_372500/372351/3/ff63043894520cb384b6f4fdedca6f7a68745da3/45627_question.jpg

- Cresciez

7 units, I believe; so D ^-^

- Cresciez

No wait A

- anonymous

i say a

- Cresciez

I didn't realize that you should count each point

- anonymous

ok q9
What is the perimeter of this triangle?
(box go here) m
Image of triangle with sides labelled with 6 m, 3.2 m, and 7.6 m

- Cresciez

Perimeter is 16.8; just add the numbers w/ a calculator to get the total perimeter

- anonymous

nice thats correct

- Cresciez

:3

- anonymous

ok q 10
Anne walked 3.2 kilometers.
How many meters did Anne walk?
A.
320 meters
B.
0.0032 meters
C.
3200 meters
D.
0.032 meters

- Cresciez

13,200 I think - C

- anonymous

c

- anonymous

ok q 11
Which unit would be most appropriate for measuring the width of a house?
A.
mm
B.
km
C.
cm
D.
m

- anonymous

d

- Cresciez

^ feet or meters is the best unit to use

- anonymous

ok q12
Which equation could be used to find the perimeter of an isosceles triangle, with two sides 5 inches long, a base 6 inches long and a height of 4 inches?
A.
P = (6 × 4) ÷ 2
B.
P = 2 (5 + 6)
C.
P = 5 + 6 + 4
D.
P = 2 × 5 + 6

- Cresciez

I would say C - totaling perimeter is just adding

- anonymous

correct

- Cresciez

But I could be wrong; because it says there are TWO sides 5 inches long

- Cresciez

Let's think about it for a sec

- anonymous

q13
Which phrase correctly orders –23, 11, –17, and 5?
A.
5 < 11 < –17 < –23
B.
–23 < –17 < 5 < 11
C.
–23 < 11 < –17 < 5
D.
–17 < –23 < 5 < 11
A??

- Cresciez

It's D on q. 12 - I researched it ^.^

- Cresciez

D for sure - so please change that one

- anonymous

ok

- Cresciez

B is for q 13

- Cresciez

'cause see - the negatives are the smallest; they're lower than 0

- anonymous

b

- Cresciez

the bigger the number of a negative, the farther away from 0, so that automatically comes before any positive number

- anonymous

ok i'll tell u my score

- anonymous

it should be gud

- anonymous

:(

- Cresciez

YOU'RE KIDDING

- anonymous

JK

- Cresciez

if you got below 80 that's a screwy test

- Cresciez

facepalm

- anonymous

omg ur kidding me like fr

- anonymous

i got a 84%

- Cresciez

YAYYYYY

- Cresciez

Imma help the others ^_^

- anonymous

lol

- Cresciez

Byeee

- anonymous

lol niceeeeee |dw:1443111285894:dw|

- anonymous

i press 9 key i was so post to press 0 key for this face :)

- anonymous

O LOL well wen u need help jus tag me

- Cresciez

Same :>

- anonymous

thank u so much 4 hlping

- anonymous

you welcome

- anonymous

:)

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