## Solutions for PREALGEBRA

Problem 1.1TI:

TRY IT:: 1 .1 Which of the following are (a) counting numbers (b) whole numbers? 23, 2,9 11.8, 241,...Problem 1.2TI:

TRY IT:: 1.2 Which of the following are (a) counting numbers (b) whole numbers? 53,7, 8.8 13, 201Problem 1.3TI:

TRY IT:: 1.3 Use place value notation to find the value of the number modeled by the base-10 blocks...Problem 1.4TI:

TRY IT:: 14 Use place value notation to find the value of the number modeled by the base-10 blocks...Problem 1.5TI:

TRY IT:: 15 For each number, find the place value of digits listed: 27,493,615 (a)2 (b)1 (c)4 (d)7...Problem 1.6TI:

TRY IT::16 For each number, find the place value of digits listed: 519,711,641,328 (a)9 (b)4 (c)2...Problem 1.7TI:

TRY IT::17 Name each number in words: 9,258,137,904,061Problem 1.8TI:

TRY IT::18 Name each number in words: 17,864,325,619,004Problem 1.10TI:

TRY IT:: 110 One year is 31,536,000 seconds. Name that number.Problem 1.11TI:

TRY IT::111 Write each number in standard form: fifty-three million, eight hundred nine thousand,...Problem 1.12TI:

TRY IT:: 112 Write each number in standard form: two billion, twenty-two million seven hundred...Problem 1.13TI:

TRY IT:: 113 Write each number in standard form: The closest distance from Earth to Mars is about 34...Problem 1.14TI:

TRY IT:: 114 Write each number in standard form: The total weight of an aircraft carrier is 204...Problem 1.15TI:

TRY IT:: 115 Round to the nearest ten:157.Problem 1.16TI:

TRY IT:: 116 Round to the nearest ten: 884.Problem 1.17TI:

TRY IT:: 117 Round to the nearest hundred: 17,852.Problem 1.18TI:

TRY IT:: 118 Round to the hundred: 4,951.Problem 1.19TI:

TRY IT:: 119 Round the nearest thousand: 63,921Problem 1.20TI:

TRY IT:: 120 Round to the nearest thousand: 156,437.Problem 1E:

In the following exercises, determine which of the following numbers are (a) counting numbers (b)...Problem 2E:

sIn the following exercises, determine which of the following number are (a) counting numbers (b)...Problem 3E:

In the following exercises, determine which of the following number are (a) counting numbers (b)...Problem 4E:

In the folllowing exercises, determine which of the following are (a) counting numbers (b) whole...Problem 5E:

In the following exercises, use place value notation to find the value of number modeled by the...Problem 6E:

In the following exercises, use place value notation to find the value of number modeled by the...Problem 7E:

In the following exercises, use place value notation to find the value of number modeled by the...Problem 8E:

In the following exercises, use place value notation to find the value of number modeled by the...Problem 9E:

In the following exercises, find the place value of the given digits. 579,601 (a) 9 (b) 6 (c) 0 (d)...Problem 10E:

In the following exercises, find the place value of the given digits. 398,127 (a) 9 (b) 3 (c) 2 (d)...Problem 11E:

In the following exercises, find the place value of the given digits. 56,804,379 (a) 8 (b) 6 (c) 4...Problem 12E:

In the following exercises, find the place value of the given digits. 78,320,465 (a) 8 (b) 4 (c) 2...Problem 21E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. The height of Mount Ranier is 14,410feet.Problem 22E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 22.The height of Mount Adams is 12,276feet.Problem 23E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 23.Seventy years is 613,200hours.Problem 25E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 25.The U.S. Census estimate of the population...Problem 26E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 26.The population of Chicago was 2,718,782.Problem 27E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 27.There are projected to be 23,867,000college...Problem 28E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 28.About twelve years ago there were...Problem 29E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 29.The population of China is expected to...Problem 30E:

In the following exercise, name each number in words. 30.The population of India is estimated at sw...Problem 31E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 31.four hundered...Problem 32E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 32.two hundered...Problem 33E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 33.thirty-five...Problem 34E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 34.sixty-one thousand,...Problem 35E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. eleven million,...Problem 36E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 36.eighteen million,...Problem 37E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 37.three billion, two...Problem 38E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 38.eleven billion, four...Problem 39E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. The population of the...Problem 40E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 40.The age of the solar...Problem 41E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. Lake Tohoe has a...Problem 42E:

In the following exercise, write each number as a whole number using digits. 42.The federal...Problem 43E:

In the following exercises, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest ten: (a) 386(b)...Problem 44E:

In the following exercise, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest ten: (a) 792 (b)...Problem 45E:

In the following exercise, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest hundred: (a)...Problem 46E:

In the following exercise, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest hundred: (a)...Problem 47E:

In the following exercise, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest ten: (a) 1,492...Problem 48E:

In the following exercise, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest thousand: (a)...Problem 49E:

In the following exercise, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest hundred: (a)...Problem 50E:

In the following exercise, round to the indicated place value. Round to the nearest thousand: (a)...Problem 51E:

Writing a Check Jorge bought a car for $24,493. He paid for the car with a check. Write the purchase...Problem 52E:

Writing a Check Marissas kitchen remodeling cost $18,549. She wrote a check to the contractor. Write...Problem 53E:

Buying a Car Jorge bought a car for $ 24,493. Round the price to the nearest: (a) Ten dollars (b)...Problem 54E:

Remodeling a Kitchen Marissa’s kitchen remodeling cost $ 18,549. Round the cost to the nearest: (a)...Problem 55E:

Population the population of china was 1,355,692,544in 2014. Round the population to the nearest:...Problem 56E:

Astronomy the average distance between Earth and the sun is 149,597,888kilometers. Round the...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - Whole NumbersChapter 1.1 - Introduction To Whole NumbersChapter 1.2 - Add Whole NumbersChapter 1.3 - Subtract Whole NumbersChapter 1.4 - Multiply Whole NumbersChapter 1.5 - Divide Whole NumbersChapter 2 - The Language Of AlgebraChapter 2.1 - Use The Language Of AlgebraChapter 2.2 - Evaluate, Simplify, And Translate ExpressionsChapter 2.3 - Solving Equations Using The Subtraction And Addition Properties Of Equality

Chapter 2.4 - Find Multiples And FactorsChapter 2.5 - Prime Factorization And The Least Common MultipleChapter 3 - IntegersChapter 3.1 - Introduction To IntegersChapter 3.2 - Add IntegersChapter 3.3 - Subtract IntegersChapter 3.4 - Multiply And Divide IntegersChapter 3.5 - Solve Equations Using Integers; The Division Property Of EqualityChapter 4 - FractionsChapter 4.1 - Visualize FractionsChapter 4.2 - Multiply And Divide FractionsChapter 4.3 - Multiply And Divide Mixed Numbers And Complex FractionsChapter 4.4 - Add And Subtract Fractions With Common DenominatorsChapter 4.5 - Add And Subtract Fractions With Different DenominatorsChapter 4.6 - Add And Subtract Mixed NumbersChapter 4.7 - Solve Equations With FractionsChapter 5 - DecimalsChapter 5.1 - DecimalsChapter 5.2 - Decimal OperationsChapter 5.3 - Decimals And FractionsChapter 5.4 - Solve Equations With DecimalsChapter 5.5 - Averages And ProbabilityChapter 5.6 - Ratios And RateChapter 5.7 - Simplify And Use Square RootsChapter 6 - PercentsChapter 6.1 - Understand PercentChapter 6.2 - Solve General Applications Of PercentChapter 6.3 - Solve Sales Tax, Commission, And Discount ApplicationsChapter 6.4 - Solve Simple Interest ApplicationsChapter 6.5 - Solve Proportions And Their ApplicationsChapter 7 - The Properties Of Real NumbersChapter 7.1 - Rational And Irrational NumbersChapter 7.2 - Commutative And Associative PropertiesChapter 7.3 - Distributive PropertyChapter 7.4 - Properties Of Identity, Inverses, And ZeroChapter 7.5 - Systems Of MeasurementChapter 8 - Solving Linear EquationsChapter 8.1 - Solve Equations Using The Subtraction And Addition Properties Of EqualityChapter 8.2 - Solve Equations Using The Division And Multiplication Properties Of EqualityChapter 8.3 - Solve Equations With Variables And Constants On Both SidesChapter 8.4 - Solve Equations With Fraction Or Decimal CoefficientsChapter 9 - Math Models And GeometryChapter 9.1 - Use A Problem Solving StrategyChapter 9.2 - Solve Money ApplicationsChapter 9.3 - Use Properties Of Angles, Triangles, And The Pythagorean TheoremChapter 9.4 - Use Properties Of Rectangles, Triangles, And TrapezoidsChapter 9.5 - Solve Geometry Applications: Circles And Irregular FiguresChapter 9.6 - Solve Geometry Applications: Volume And Surface AreaChapter 9.7 - Solve A Formula For A Specific VariableChapter 10 - PolynomialsChapter 10.1 - Add And Subtract PolynomialsChapter 10.2 - Use Multiplication Properties Of ExponentsChapter 10.3 - Multiply PolynomialsChapter 10.4 - Divide MonomialsChapter 10.5 - Integer Exponents And Scientific NotationChapter 10.6 - Introduction To Factoring PolynomialsChapter 11 - GraphsChapter 11.1 - Use The Rectangular Coordinate SystemChapter 11.2 - Graphing Linear EquationsChapter 11.3 - Graphing With InterceptsChapter 11.4 - Understand Slope Of A Line

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