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### Description

Quiz on Pre-Test on Adding Decimals, created by Hans Novelus on 10/24/2015.

## Resource summary

### Question 1

Question
Estimate the following sum of 4.1 and 9.75
• 14
• 13.85
• 40
• 20

### Question 2

Question
Marianna has been saving money since January. If she currently has \$145.65 in her account. If she has a check that is deposited \$415.52. What is the total balance in Marianna's account?
• \$4,297.65
• \$600.00
• \$561.17
• \$269.87

### Question 3

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James thinks a reasonable estimate of this expression is 95. Charles thinks a reasonable estimate for this expression would be 90. Who's estimate is more accurate?
• James
• Charles
• Both of them are accurate
• Neither of them are accurate

### Question 4

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A wire was 3.18 mm. We added an extension of 2.9 mm. This was still not long enough. So we added another wire that was 7 mm. How long is the complete wire now?
• 10.47 mm
• 39.18 mm
• 12.08 mm
• 13.08 mm

### Question 5

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Find the missing digit to make this true.
• 7
• 5
• 8
• 9

### Question 6

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Kevin wants a video game controller that costs \$39.25 , a mixer that costs \$74.15 and a brand new Television that costs \$98.22. This is all at Rydeout Electronics store. What is the total amount of the bill?
• \$211.62
• \$144.88
• \$2,116.20
• \$212.72

### Question 7

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When adding decimals we need to line up the place value and decimals.
• True
• False

### Question 8

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Which answer choices below are true based on this story? Select all that apply.
• The answer will be negative
• Mike will does not owe his best friend any more money
• Mike still owes his best friend \$33.15
• -130.15 + 97

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