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LEVEL C

Bahamian

Student Workbook

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Name: ____________________________________________________

School: ___________________________________________________

You can easily identify the Math strand by checking the page number located at the top of each page:

1-58 59-94 95-113 114-121 122-135 136-143

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C.W.R. HIGGS

a) 42,532 + b) 14,798 + c) 23,645 + d) 47,524 +

8,478 8,547 69,949 41,693

e) 45,678 + f) 37,648 + g) 9,023 h) 5,234,893 +

23,687 6,345 57,453 51,799

i) 73,528 + 91,633 j) 73,563 + 756,530 k) 4,434,689 + 6,233,987

l) 538,039 + 85,998 m) 33,809 + 57,978 n) 3,634,569 + 4,163,059

2. Subtraction: Calculate the difference.

a) 52,378 - b) 2,851 - c) 83,935 - d) 26,452,748 -

25,479 1,809 54,998 2,364,479

e) 5,970,500 - f) 400,300 - g) 8,000,000 - h) 406,001 -

5,255,766 6,478 256,594 365,497

i) 86,001 – 53,345 j) 413,021 – 12,927 k) 5,008,210 – 2,245,698

l) 101,047 – 6,987 m) 200,000 – 78,253 n) 5,000,400 – 2,069,097

1. Multiplication: Calculate the product.

a) 23,255 x b) 326,135 x c) 35,874 x d) 144,804 x

6 5 8 2

e) 15,268 x f) 738,456 x g) 392,451 x h) 580,968 x

21 54 237 443

i) 5,756 x 12 j) 21,673 x 245 k) 57,270 x 62 l) 4,783 x 579

2. Division: Calculate the quotient.

a) 4 652

b) 5 3,985

c) 8 23,456

d) 9 28,242

e) 62,604 ÷ 12 f) 16,254 ÷ 14 g) 958,300 ÷ 50 h) 519,225 ÷ 21

1a) Mario rides his bike 35 minutes every day starting June 26 and ending July 8. How much

time has he spent cycling in total?

Ans: ______________________

b) If he burns 315 calories in each 35 minute session, how many calories has he burned

in all?

Ans: ______________________

2. The Bo Hengy charges \$110 for adults to travel round trip to Harbour Island and \$65 for

a one way ticket. If 12 adults bought one way tickets and 7 adults bought round trip tickets,

what is the total cost of the trip?

Ans: ______________________

3. Kaitlyn bought 7 t-shirts for \$9.95 each. The cashier charged her an additional \$13.07

for several souvenirs. She left the store with \$7.28. How much money

Ans: ______________________

4. Daniel opened his math book and found that the sum of the facing pages was 243.

What pages did he open to?

Ans: ______________________

5. A loaf of brown bread weighs 520g and contains 20 slices. What is the weight of

Ans: ______________________

6. One sheet of paper has a mass of 4.2g. A case of paper contains 10 reams. Each ream

contains 500 sheets. What is the weight of one case of paper in kilograms?

Ans: ______________________

7. Harvey wants to buy a digital camera costing \$249. He already has \$54 and wants to save

the rest in equal amounts over the next 5 weeks so he can buy it for his birthday. How much

must he save each week?

Ans: ______________________

8. James rode his bicycle to school and home every day - 2.5 miles each way. Sharon rides

her exercise bike at home 7 miles every night. How much further did Sharon ride her bike

from Monday to Friday?

Ans: ______________________

9. Juan practices the piano every day. The first day he practices for 5 minutes. The next day

He practices for 10 minutes. The following days he increases his practice by 5 minutes. How

many days will it have taken him to practice for a total of 2 hours from the first day?

Ans: ______________________

1. Write an integer to represent each description.

a) ________ 11 units to the left on a number line. b) ________ A pay cut of \$2,000.

c) ________ 18 above zero d) ________ 5 below zero.

e) ________ Withdraw \$125 from an ATM machine. f) ________ A raise of \$8,000.

g) ________ The football player had a 2 yard gain. h) ________ An altitude of 1600 feet.

i) ________ A profit of \$15,000 on an investment. j) ________ Deposit \$240 on my account.

2. Write an integer to represent each description.

a) ________ A loss of twenty pounds. b) ________ 7 units left on a number line.

c) ________ An altitude of 5100 feet. d) ________ A pay cut of \$3,000.

e) ________ A gain of 25 pounds f) ________ A raise of \$7,000.

g) ________ A loss of \$12,600 on an investment. h) ________ Two feet above sea level.

i) ________ The stock went down 65 points today j) ________ 9 units right on a number line.

k) ________ The opposite of -54. l) ________ A profit of \$71,150

m) ________ A loss of eleven pounds. n) ________ 2 below zero.

3. Order the following integers from smallest to greatest.

a) 8, 4, -13, -3, 9, -6, -4, 11, 0, 7 _____________________________________________________

b) 6, 7, -14, 17, 14, -13, 0, 21 ______________________________________________________

c) -40, 44, -51, 64, 5, -48, -50, 49 ______________________________________________________

d) -5, -91, 27, -60, 42, -64, 5 ______________________________________________________

e) 21, -10, 28, -33, -35 ______________________________________________________

f) -45, 53, -31, -79, 57 ______________________________________________________

g) 17, -86, -68, -89, 70, 68, -36, 58 ______________________________________________________

4. Write the new value.

a) In the morning the thermometer showed 11 C. During the night the

temperature fell by 15 C

Ans: __________________

b) A diver was 18 feet above the sea on a cliff. He took a dive into the sea

and plunged down 20 feet below the surface of the water. Through what

distance had the diver gone from on top of the rock to the lowest part of

his dive?

Ans: __________________

1 )To add a positive number, move that number of places to the right on the number line. Eg. 4 + 3 = 7

2) To subtract a positive number, move that number of places to the left on the number line. Eg. 4 – (+3) = 1

3) To add a negative number, move that number of places to the left on the number line. Eg. 4 + (- 3) = 1

4) To subtract a negative number, move that number of places to the right on the number line. Eg. 4 – (-3) = 7

a) _______ 2 + 6 f) _______ 7 + (-2) k) _______ -8 + (-22)

b) _______ -6 + 8 g) _______ -12 + 8 l) _______ 9 + 12

c) _______ 4 + (-1) h) _______ -2 + 10 m) _______ -15 + (-16)

d) _______ -4 + 3 i) _______ -23 + (-12) n) _______ -25 + 25

e) _______ 7 + 9 j) _______ -41 + 25 o) _______ 31 + (-26)

2. Subtract

a) _______ 7 – 4 f) _______ –3 – 12 k) _______ 3 – (– 5)

b) _______ 1 – 7 g) _______ –1 – (–6) l) _______ –6 – 22

c) _______ 3 – (– 4) h) _______ –6 – 9 m) _______ 17 – (–8)

d) _______ 14 – 19 i) _______ –9 – (–10) n) _______ –21 – 9

e) _______ 6 – 8 j) _______ –15 – 14 o) _______ 27 – 30

3. Mixed

a) _______ 1 – (–1) f) _______ – 2 + (– 2) k) _______ – 4 + (+8)

b) _______ 6 + (– 3) g) _______ 0 – 5 l) _______ 7 – (+9)

c) _______ – 4 – (– 4) h) _______ 6 + (– 4) m) _______ (+8) – (+6)

d) _______ 5 + (– 5) i) _______ 2 – (– 9) n) _______ –1 – (–11)

e) _______ 12 – 16 j) _______ 21 + 31 o) _______ 14 – (+12)

4. Mixed

a) _______ 2 + 4 – 3 f) _______ – 4 + 2 – 8 k) _______ 10 – 12 + 8

b) _______ 3 – 6 – 7 g) _______ – 5 – 2 + 7 l) _______ 22 + 11 – 18

c) _______ 1 + 7 – 6 h) _______ – 1 + 9 – 6 m) _______ – 21 + 19 – 15

d) _______ 10 – 3 – 11 i) _______ – 8 – 11 + 6 n) _______ – 16 – 11 – 19

e) _______ 5 + 14 – 6 j) _______ – 12 – 14 – 13 o) _______ 15 + 24 – 33

1) Positive integers multiplied or divided by positive integers result in a positive answer. Eg. +4 x +3 = +12

2) Positive integers multiplied or divided by negative integers result in a negative answer. Eg. +4 x (–3) = –12

3) Negative integers multiplied or divided by positive integers result in a negative answer. Eg. – 4 x (+3) = –12

4) Negative integers multiplied or divided by negative integers result in a positive answer line. Eg. – 4 x (–3) = +12

1. Multiply

a) _______ 2 x (–1) f) _______ –1 x 4 k) _______ –2 x –2

b) _______ 7 x (+5) g) _______ –2 x (–1) l) _______ 11 x –5

c) _______ 4 x (–3) h) _______ –7 x (+3) m) _______ –12 x 3

d) _______ 9 x (+4) i) _______ –5 x (– 4) n) _______ –9 x –10

e) _______ 12 x (–6) j) _______ –3 x 8 o) _______ –5 x –12

2. Divide

a) _______ 12 ÷ (–6) f) _______ –25 ÷ 5 k) _______ –42 ÷ –6

b) _______ 6 ÷ (+2) g) _______ –36 ÷ (–12) l) _______ 21 ÷ 3

c) _______ 8 ÷ (–4) h) _______ –10 ÷ 5 m) _______ –56 ÷ 8

d) _______ 15 ÷ (+5) i) _______ –22 ÷ (– 11) n) _______ –81 ÷ –9

e) _______ 18 ÷ (–3) j) _______ – 24 ÷ 2 o) _______ –45 ÷ +9

3. Mixed

a) _______ 16 ÷ (-8) f) _______ –10 x 7 k) _______ –132 ÷ 12

b) _______ –2 x –7 g) _______ 72 ÷ –8 l) _______ 15 x (–6)

c) _______ 39 ÷ (-13) h) _______ 24 x 10 m) _______ 150 ÷ 15

d) _______ –5 x (–8) i) _______ –54 ÷ 6 n) _______ 20 x (– 4)

e) _______ –63 ÷ –7 j) _______ 12 x (+11) o) _______ –35 ÷ (–5)

4. Mixed

a) _______ 6 ÷ (–2) x 4 f) _______ –16 ÷ (–8) x – 9 k) _______ 28 ÷ (–7) x 5

b) _______ 3 x (–6) ÷ 2 g) _______ 6 x –8 ÷ 12 l) _______ – 4 x 9 ÷ –12

c) _______ 10 ÷ 5 x –7 h) _______ –14 ÷ 7 x –3 m) _______ 16 ÷ 4 x 2

d) _______ 4 x (–3) ÷ 6 i) _______ 12 x 5 ÷ –6 n) _______ –5 x (–9) ÷ 15

e) _______ 24 ÷ –2 x 8 j) _______ –32 ÷ 8 x –5 o) _______ –72 ÷ 9 x –2

B – brackets, O-of, D-division, M-multiplication, A-addition, S-subtraction.

1. Calculate - Using the principles of BODMAS, calculate the following:

a) (7 – 3) – 4 b) 7 – (3 + 4) c) 8 – 4 x 5 d) 8 x (5 – 2) e) (8 + 7) x 2

f) ½ of 4 + 6 g) ½ of (4 - 6) h) 21 – 3(5) i) (9 – 3) x 6 j) 18 ÷ 2 + 12

2. Calculate - Using the principles of BODMAS, calculate the following:

a) (2 – 6) + (4 + 3) b) ¼ of (23 – 11) c) 2 – (9 x 2) d) 6 x 5 – 12 ÷ 4 e) 24 ÷ 8 + 2 x 3

f) ½ of (15 + 6 ÷ 2) g) 5 – ½ of (4 ÷ 2) h) 4 x 3 i) (9 ÷ (3 x 6)) j) 25 + (½ of 20)

(4 + 3)

3. Calculate - Using the principles of BODMAS, calculate the following:

a) (2 – 6) – 2 b) (2 x 3) – (3 + 4) c) 4 ÷ (4 ÷ 2) d) 16 x (16 ÷16) e) (2 + 4) x 3

f) ½ of (4 x 2) g) (½ of 4) – 10 h) 4 × 9 - 8 ÷ 2 i) 9 – (½ of 10) x ½ j) 21 ÷ 3 – 7

Natural Numbers – are

counting numbers starting at 1.

It includes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and so

on. Zero is not in this group. It

has no negative numbers.

There are no numbers with

decimals.

Whole Numbers - all of the

Natural Numbers including the

number 0.

Integers - all the Whole

Numbers and their negatives.

Rational Numbers - any

number that can be expressed

as a ratio of two integers (also

called fractions). These have

repeating or terminating

decimals.

Irrational Numbers - any

number that cannot be

expressed as a ratio of two

integers. These have decimals

that never terminate and never

repeat with a pattern.

Real Numbers - This group is

made up of all the Rational and

Irrational Numbers.

Imaginary Numbers - are all

based on the imaginary

number i. This imaginary

number is equal to the square

root of negative one.

Complex Numbers - a

combination of a real number

and an imaginary number in

the form a + bi. The real part is

a, and b is called the imaginary

part.

1. From the numbers ¼ -12 2 1 1

write a/an:

a. ______integer d. ______rational number

b. ______imaginary number e. ______natural number

c. ______irrational number f. ______whole number

2. From the numbers 5

write a/an:

3

7

0.333 1

a. ______integer d. ______rational number

b. ______imaginary number e. ______natural number

c. ______irrational number f. ______whole number

3. Circle the categories which the following numbers fall into:

a) 3

5

b)

Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real

Imaginary

6

Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real Imaginary

2

c) -10 Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real Imaginary

d) 5

4

Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real

Imaginary

e) 0.243 Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real Imaginary

f) 7

22

Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real

Imaginary

g) 1.5 Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real Imaginary

g) 1

0

Natural Whole Integer Rational Irrational Real

Imaginary

1. Copy and complete the following table to show the squares.

10 11 12 15 20 25 33 57 83 104

10 2 11 2 12 2

100

2. Find the value of the following:

a) 13 2 __________ b) 24 2 __________ c) 78 2 __________ d) 87 2 __________

e) 26 2 __________ f) 52 2 __________ g) 65 2 __________ h) 99 2 __________

3. Find the value of the following:

a) 2.1 2 __________ b) 0.5 2 __________ c) 3.12 2 __________ d) 13.01 2 ________

e) 0.8 2 __________ f) 0.21 2 __________ g) 5.103 2 __________ h) 51.6 2 ________

4. Copy and complete the following table to show the square roots. (you will need a calculator for some)

121 144 256 324 441 784 900 1225 3364 5625

121 144 256

11

5. Find the value of the following:

a) 400 : _________ b): 484 _________ c) 2500 : _________ d) 361 : ________

e) 121: _________ f) 529 : _________ g) 289 : _________ h) 2025 : _______

6. Write the following two whole numbers that the following square roots are between. (The first one is done)

a) ________ 4 and 5 the square root of 23 b) ________ the square root of 5 c) ________ the square root of 61

d) ________ the square root of 82 e) ________ the square root of 17 f) ________ the square root of 39

g) 151: _________ h) 258 : _________ i) 401: _________ j) 833 : _______

k) 52 : _________ l) 29 : _________ m) 560 : _________ n) 1235 : _______

{

Use prime factors to find the square roots for the following numbers:

a) 9 =

√ (3 x 3)

_____________ b) 25 =_____________ c) 144 =_____________

_____________ 3 ______________ ______________

3

_____________ ______________ ______________

d) 49 = _____________ e) 16 =______________ f) 36 :=______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

g) 625 = _____________ h) 441 =______________ i) 900 :=______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

j) 256 = _____________ k) 196 =______________ l) 400 =______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

m) 1024 = _____________ n) 1600 =______________ o) 324 =______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

1. Copy and complete the following table to show the cubes.

1 2 3 5 8 9 11 12 25 50

1 3

1

2. Find the value of the following:

a) 4 3 __________ b) 6 3 __________ c) 10 3 __________ d) 13 3 __________

e) 7 3 __________ f) 15 3 __________ g) 20 3 __________ h) 30 3 __________

3. Find the value of the following:

a) 1.2 3 __________ b) 0.3 3 __________ c) 2.01 3 __________ d) 10.02 3 ________

e) 0.2 3 __________ f) 0.25 3 __________ g) 5.3 3 __________ h) 14.6 3 ________

4. Find the value of the following:

a) -1 3 __________ b) -5 3 __________ c) –2 3 __________ d) -11 3 ________

e) – 0.1 3 __________ f) -0.7 3 __________ g) –10.2 3 __________ h) -20.32 3 ________

5. Rewrite the following in index form.

a) ________ eight cubed b) ________ sixty-four cubed c) ________ eleven cubed

d) ________ 16 x 16 x16 e) ________ 101 x 101 x 101 f) ________ 65 x 65 x 65

g) ________ the cube of 41 h) ________ the cube of 36 i) ________ the cube of 5

6. Rewrite the following in expanded form.

a) ________ 57 3 b) ________ 12 3 c) ________ 1.2 3

d) ________ three cubed e) ________ forty-two squared f) ________ negative 1 cubed

g) ________ fourteen cubed h) ________ 92 3 i) ________ negative six cubed

3

x

1. Copy and complete the following table to show the cube roots. (you will need a calculator for some)

1 8 27 64 125 216 343 512 729 1000

3

1

1

1331 1728 2197 2744 3375 8000 10648 27000 64000 91125

Find the value of the following:

2.

a) 3 125 : ________ b): 3 64 ________ c) 3 512 : _________ d) 3 1000 : ________

e) 3 1 : __________ f) 3 27 : __________ g) 3 8 : __________ h) 3 729 : _______

3. Rewrite the following to show the cube root symbol.

a) ________ the cube root of 64 b) ________ the cube root of 1 c) ________ the cube root of 729

d) ________ the cube root of 8 e) ________ the cube root of 216 f) ________ the cube root of 45

4. Tell which two whole numbers the following answers are between: (an example is done for you)

a) 3 10 2 and 3 b) 3 145 ________ c) 3 98 ________ d) 3 349 __________

e) 3 7 _________ f) 3 289 ________ g) 3 1093 ________ h) 3 67 ________

i) 3 4488 _____ j) 3 848 ________ k) 3 5132 _________ l) 3 9012 _________

5. Write the following cube roots correct to one decimal place. (Use a calculator)

a) ________ the cube root of 36 b) ________ the cube root of 72 c) ________ the cube root of 5

d) 3 13 : ________ e): 3 98 ________ f) 3 182 : _________ g) 3 785 : ________

BONUS: Using a calculator, find the cube root of 321,419,125: ____________________________

Use prime factors to find the cube roots for the following numbers:

a) 8 =

√ (2 x 2 x 2)

_____________ b) 27 =_____________ c) 125 =_____________

_____________ 2

______________ ______________

2

_____________ ______________ ______________

d) 64 = _____________ e) 216 =______________ f) 512 :=______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

g) 343 = _____________ h) 729 =______________ i) 1000 :=______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

j) 1331 = _____________ k) 2197 =______________ l) 1728 =______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

m) 2744 = _____________ n) 3375 =______________ o) 8000 =______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

_____________ ______________ ______________

The formula for finding Simple Interest is I = P x r x t

100

p = principal (the amount borrowed)

r = rate of interest

t = time of the loan (usually stated in years)

1. Find the interest on a loan with the following information:

Principal Rate Time Interest

a) \$1000 10% 4 years

b)

c)

d)

e)

2. Mrs. Stuart borrowed \$4,000 from Commonwealth Bank for some furniture. Her loan is

for 2 years at an interest rate of 7%. How much interest will she pay?

Ans: ______________________

3. Mr. Ford loaned his employee, Mrs. Jones \$500 for Christmas gifts. Mr. Ford lets her pay

the loan back over the next year at a rate of 5%. How much interest will she pay?

Ans: ______________________

4. To pay for their family vacation, Mr. Whylly got a loan at Fidelity Bank and agreed

to pay it back over the next 18 months at an interest rate of 11%. How much interest

will Mr. Whylly pay back to the bank?

Ans: ______________________

5. Employees at Scotiabank are able to secure staff loans at a reduced interest rate of 8%.

Denario decides to take out a staff loan to buy a car costing \$12,000. He will pay the loan

back over the next 3 years. How much interest will he pay?

Ans: ______________________

6. What interest would Sheila pay if she borrowed \$1500 for 6 years at a rate of 12%?

7. Convert the following months into years:

Ans: ______________________

a) 18 months = _______ years d) 30 months = _______ years

b) 36 months = _______ years e) 6 months = _______ years

c) 60 months = _______ years f) 42 months = _______ years

By rearranging the interest formula, you can find the principal, rate or time of a loan with the following

formulas:

p = 100 x I r = 100 x I t = 100 x I

r x t p x t p x r

1. Find the principal on a loan, given the following information: (round to the nearest \$)

Rate Time Interest PRINCIPAL

a) 5% 2 years \$50

b) 8% 5 years \$250

c) 20% 1 ½ years \$1,200

d) 12% 6 months \$175

e) 6% 36 months \$450

2. Find the rate of interest on a savings account, given the following information:

(round to one decimal place %)

Interest Principal Time RATE

a) \$100 \$1,500 24 months

b) \$300 \$2,000 3 years

c) \$1.50 \$50 12 months

d) \$750 \$8,550 2 ½ years

e) \$3,500 \$10,000 5 years

3. Find the time given on a loan with the following information: (round to the nearest whole number)

Principal Interest Rate TIME

a) \$200 \$5 5%

b) \$5,000 \$1,200 6%

c) \$1,250 \$500 4%

d) \$50,000 \$48000 8%

e) \$100,000 \$300,000 15%

1. Find the missing values in the table below:

Principal Interest Rate Time

a) \$100 5% 2 years

b) \$600 6% 24 months

c) \$2,500 \$50 2%

d) \$12,000 \$3,600 6 years

e) \$900 15% 6 months

f) \$5 10% 5 years

g) \$1,500 \$750 8%

h) \$25,000 \$2,500 30 months

i) \$50,000 \$45,000 25%

j) \$72,000 18% 2½ years

2. Read the following word problems and solve for the unknown value.

a) Mr. and Mrs. Carey borrow \$12,000 from Commonwealth Bank for a 2003 Nissan

Sentra. The loan officer gives them 3 years to pay the loan back at a rate of 9%.

Using the formula for simple interest, how much interest will the Carey’s pay to the

bank?

Ans: ____________________________

b) Allen wants to buy a jet-ski valued at \$3000. His uncle lends him the money and tells

him he has to pay him back an extra \$300 in 12 months time. What rate of interest is

Allen getting on this loan?

Ans: ____________________________

c) Deandro invested \$1,000 in Math stocks and received \$1750 with a interest rate of

ten percent. How long did this take?

Ans: ____________________________

d) Ellen left a sum of money in her bank account for 18 months and earned \$200 in

interest. If the rate was 5%, what amount did she start out with?

Ans: ____________________________

e) What will the interest charge be on a \$8,000 loan for a period of 36 months if the

simple interest rate is 8% per year?

Ans: ____________________________

f) What rate of interest is charged if Jenny has to pay \$250 back on a \$1,000 loan over

a period of 24 months?

Ans: ____________________________

1. In each word problem, write the amount next to its corresponding item.

a) Virginia borrows \$2,500 at 12% from Scotiabank to go on a shopping spree in Miami.

When she returns, the bank tells her in 12 months she will owe them \$300.

Principal: \$___________ Rate___________ Time___________ Interest: \$___________

b) Alex invests \$300 in Fidelity Bank and in thirty-six months ends up with \$390. He

calculates that they have given him a prime interest rate of 10%

Principal: \$___________ Rate___________ Time___________ Interest: \$___________

c) Nassau Motor Company is offering a special on-site loan deal for new cars of 8.9% over

a period of 48 months. Mrs. Deal buys a Honda Civic for \$22,000. At the end of her loan

she would have paid the bank \$29,832.

Principal: \$___________ Rate___________ Time___________ Interest: \$___________

d) Mr. Pinder put \$12,000 into an investment yielding 6½ % annual interest. After two

years, he collected \$12,120

Principal: \$___________ Rate___________ Time___________ Interest: \$___________

e) Elaine saw an ad in the paper advertising ‘one year’ small business loans at a rate of

7.5%. She went to Barclays Bank and got a loan of \$15,000 to start her hair braiding

business. At the end of the year she owed the bank \$16,125.

Principal: \$___________ Rate___________ Time___________ Interest: \$___________

f) Lorenzo borrowed \$700 from his dad for a new computer. He had to pay him back in 6

months at a rate of 10%. He ended up giving his dad \$735.

Principal: \$___________ Rate___________ Time___________ Interest: \$___________

g) Mr. & Mrs. Knowles wanted to buy a home valued at \$145,000. They had already saved

\$45,000 and went to Royal Bank to borrow the difference. They were given 15 years at

14% to pay it off at which time they would have paid the bank \$310,000.

Principal: \$___________ Rate___________ Time___________ Interest: \$___________

1. Round to the nearest ten.

a) _______ 36 b) _______ 47 c) _______ 79 d) _______ 168

e) _______ 654 f) _______ 795 g) _______ 1008 h) _______ 3357

i) _______ 18.36 j) _______ 54.05 k) _______ 89.78 l) _______ 248.9

2. Round to the nearest whole number.

a) _______ 8.13 b) _______ 12.73 c) _______ 83.9 d) _______ 5.93

e) _______ 2.854 f) _______ 38.929 g) _______ 0.97 h) _______ 39.077

i) _______ 380.7 j) _______ 621.86 k) _______ 86.282 l) _______ 0.32

3. Round to one decimal place.

a) _______ 76.145 b) _______ 5.857 c) _______ 0.38714 d) _______ 1.147

e) _______ 5.76731 f) _______ 35.091 g) _______ 0.002 h) _______ 17.2011

i) _______ 817.509 j) _______ 524.0121 k) _______ 99.598 l) _______ 0.968

4. Round to two decimal places.

a) _______ 0.3546 b) _______ 0.485419 c) _______ 0.789317 d) _______ 0.0358

e) _______ 1.3987 f) _______ 48.5919 g) _______ 6.0697 h) _______ 9.0387

i) _______ 298.5850 j) _______ 6.30147 k) _______ 29.9959 l) _______ 0.0069

5. Round the number 6,871.6087 to the nearest:

a) ___________________whole number b) ___________________ ten

c)___________________one decimal place

d) ___________________ two decimal places

6. Round the number 39,999.7409 to the nearest:

a) ___________________thousand b) ___________________ hundredth

c)___________________hundred

d) ___________________ whole number

1) The estimated total revenue for The Bahamas for the 2005-2006 year

is 1,379,427,776. Round this figure to the nearest million.

2) What is the cost of twelve dozen hamburgers at a cost of \$1.29 each.

3) If you round the number of days in December to the nearest ten and

round the number of days in February to the nearest ten, I am the

product of those two numbers. What number am I?

4) Find the sum of 592 rounded to the nearest ten, 642 rounded to the

nearest hundred and 5938 rounded to the nearest thousand.

5) It is estimated that roughly 5.4 cars pass through the toll booths on the

Paradise Island Bridge every minute. At a cost of \$1 per car,

round the amount of money made in one 24 hour day to the nearest

hundred.

6) The total number of tourists arriving in The Bahamas in 1996

was 3,414,823. Round this figure to the nearest ten thousand.

7) What is the difference between 5337 rounded to the nearest ten and

rounded to the nearest hundred?

8) Find the cost of 350 steak dinners at a cost of \$6.75 each.

Round the total to the nearest dollar.

9) Divide 1,504,204 eggs into dozens and round to the nearest

thousand.

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10) Change 289 years into months and round to the nearest hundred. Ans: ____________________

11) Mrs. Bain’s class collected 1,543 quarters. Round the total amount

of money collected to the nearest dollar.

12) John saw a license plate which read 125206. If each inspection

sticker costs \$20, round the total collected to the nearest thousand.

13) In June 2005, residential mortgages had an interest rate of 7.98%,

consumer loans were 12.25%. Find the average of the two rates and

14) The Ministry of Tourism’s website got 892,499 hits in 2004. Round

this amount to the nearest hundred thousand.

15) In 2004 the life expectancy of a Bahamian was 62.21 years

for males and 69.11 for females. Find the average age and round

to the nearest whole number.

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