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TEST NAME: 8MathPracticeSMA2

TEST ID: 1236785


GRADE: 08 - Eighth Grade
SUBJECT: Mathematics
TEST CATEGORY: My Classroom

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1. The area of the surface of the Atlantic Ocean is approximately 31,830,000


square miles. How is this area written in scientific notation?

A. 3.183 104
B. 3.183 105
C. 3.183 106
D. 3.183 107

2. The diameter of Jupiter is approximately miles. The diameter of Earth is approximately


miles. Approximately how many times the diameter of Earth is the diameter of Jupiter?

A. 110
B. 11
C. 0.9
D. 0.09

3. The distance from Earth to the Sun is approximately miles. The distance from Earth to the
moon is approximately miles. Approximately how many times the distance from the Earth
to the Moon is the distance from Earth to the Sun?
A. 18
B. 45
C. 222
D. 450

4. An automobile company plans to invest $9,200,000,000 in its manufacturing plants. How is this
number written using scientific notation?
A.

B.

C.

D.

5. A ship weighs tons when it is empty. The ships cargo, fuel, and crew weigh a total of
tons. What is the total weight of the ship with the cargo, fuel, and crew on board?

A. tons

B. tons

C. tons
D. tons

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6. The probability that a student will answer 6 multiple-choice questions correctly by random
guessing is . How is this probability expressed in standard form?

A. 0.0064
B. 0.00064
C. 0.000064
D. 0.0000064

7.
What is the value of ?

A. 2 101
B. 2 102
C. 2 103
D. 2 107

8. Which value is equivalent to (0.332)(1.4 106)?

A. 4.648 105
B. 4.648 101
C. 4.648 102
D. 4.648 105

9. Which expression is equivalent to (6.5 105)(2.5 103)?

A. 1.625 108
B. 1.625 109
C. 9 108
D. 9 1015

10.
What is the value of ?

A.
2 103

B.
2 1015

C.
3.6 103

D.
3.6 1015

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11.
What is the value of ?

A. 1.7
B. 17
C. 170
D. 1,700

12. The mean distance from the Sun to Earth is miles. Jupiters mean distance from the
Sun is miles. What is the difference between these two distances, in miles?

A.

B.
C.

D.

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