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# Chapter 2 MidChapter Review

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Number forms: word, standard, exponent, factor, expanded, whole number and decimal place value, decimal to fraction, fraction to decimal.

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### Chapter 2 MidChapter Review

1. 1. Whole and Decimal Number Forms Chapter 2 Quiz 1
2. 2. Word Form - 625 Write what you say: Six hundred twenty-five
3. 3. Standard Form Write the actual number 625
4. 4. Exponent Form 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 Write factors as an abbreviation 5 4
5. 5. Exponent Form 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 5 4 This means use 5 as a factor four times
6. 6. Exponent to Standard Form 5 4 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 25 x 5 x 5 125 x 5 625
7. 7. Exponent Form to Factor Form - 5 4 Write number as factors 5 x 5 x 5 x 5
8. 8. Expanded Form 6,235 = (6x1000)+(2x100)+ (3x10)+5 (6 x 10 3 )+(2x10 2 )+(3x10)+5
9. 9. Expanded Form 10 3 1000 5x10 4 5x10,000 = 50,000
10. 10. Place Value - Whole Number 9,876,543,210 o n e s t e n s h u n d r e d s t h o u s a n d s t t e h n o u s a n d s h t u h n o d u r s e a d n d s m i l i i o n s t m e i n l l i o n s h m u i n l d l r i e o d n s b i l i i o n s t b e i n l l i o n s h b u i n l d l r i e o d n s 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
11. 11. What is the place of the four in each number? 467 349,201 45,003,382 41,923,388,201
12. 12. What is the place of the four in each number? 467 - hundreds 349,201 - ten thousands 45,003,382 - ten millions 471,923,388,201 - hundred billions
13. 13. What is the value of the four in each number? 467 349,201 45,003,382 41,923,388,201
14. 14. What is the value of the four in each number? 467 - 400 349,201 - 40,000 45,003,382 - 40,000,000 471,923,388,201 - 400,000,000,000
15. 15. Place Value - Decimal Numbers 987.54320 hundred thousandths ten thousandths thousandths hundredths tenths D E C I M A L ones tens hundreds 0 2 3 4 5 . 7 8 9
16. 16. Decimals to Fractions Say it .73 (73 hundredths) Write the 73 as the numerator Write 100 as the denominator
17. 17. Fractions to Decimals Say it 73 one thousandth Write 0._ _ _ since thousandths take three decimal places Fill in 0.073
18. 18. Fractions to Decimals 0.073 does not equal 0.730
19. 19. Study Hard <ul><li>Music on podcast by Joe Sibol, “The Great Music”, “Monster Techno Blues”, http://podsafeaudio.com </li></ul>