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I’m needing help with practical math homework. Could you guys confirm that I have the correct answers to each of the following questions?
November 16, 2015.
Practical Math 1.
Lesson 1, Assignment 1.

Choose the correct response for each of the following questions.
1. Which of the following numbers is an odd number?
a. 3.
b. 4.
c. 6.

The Answer is A. 3.

2. In the number 548, which digit is in the tens place?

A. 5.
B. 4.
C. 8.
The answer is B. 4.

3. When you change a number to the nearest place value, what are you doing?

A. Writing the number in extended form.
B. Counting.
c. rounding.
The Answer is C. Rounding.
Identify each number as even or odd.
4. 56- even
5. 1,327- Odd

Find the value of the digit 4 in each number.
6. 941- the digit 4 is in the tens place.
7. 4,678,913- the digit 4 is in the millions place.
Rename each number to show the place value of each digit.
8. 96= 9 tens and 6 ones.
9. 2,475= 2 thousands, 4 hundreds, 7 tens, and 5 ones.
Write each number in words.
10. 15,212= fifteen thousand two hundred twelve.

11. 100,510= One hundred thousand five hundred ten.
Write each number in digits.
12. six thousand, eight hundred, ninety-one= 6,891
13. fifty-four thousand, six hundred seven=54,607
Indicate whether the following are true or false.
14. 24 < 24= false
15. 984 < 1,065= True
16. 98,245 = 97,856= False.

Order the numbers from least to greatest.
17., 9, 72, 75

18. 1,350;5,461; 6,725

Order the numbers from greatest to least.
19. 94, 86, 72

20. 32,825; 26,891; 26,750
Round each number to the nearest ten.
21. 37= 40
22. 81=80
Round each number to the nearest hundred.
23. 496= 500.
24. 250= 300.
Round each number to the nearest thousand.
25. 7,464= 7,000.
26. 9,530= 10,000.

Solve the following real-life problems.
27. Tamara lives at 890 Lake Shore Drive. Michael lives at 875 Lake Shore Drive. In their city, odd-numbered addresses are on one side of the street, and even-numbered ones are on the other. Also, addresses that have the same digit in the hundreds place are on the same block.
a. Do Tamara and Michael live on the same block? Yes, they do live on the same block. The number 8 is in the hundred’s place in both addresses.
b. Do they live on the same side of the street? No, they do not live on the same side of the street, because 890 is an even number, and 875 is an odd number.

28. Pat has saved $2,100 for a new computer. He finds one that costs $2,325. Does Pat have enough money to buy the computer? Explain your answer. No, Pat does not have enough money to buy the computer, because $2,100 isless then $2,325.

29. City A has a population of 394,017; City B has a population of 368,383; and City C has a population of 358,548. List the cities by population from least to greatest.
City C; 358,548
City B;368,383
City A; 394,017
30. You have $2,100 in a savings account. Is the amount you have closer to $2,000 or $3,000?
The amount in my bank account is closer to $2,000.

I don't know about word problems though I hate those and am not good at them so didn't check them. But all the rest look fine.

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