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1 Section, Whole Numbers Answers Exercise.. a. 5 b. 05 c. 50. a. One hundred and ten b. One hundred and one c. One d. Eleven. a. 7,0 b. 6,97,5. Number in words millions hundred thousands Sixtytwo thousand ten thousands thousands hundreds tens units Eight million, thirty thousand and fiftythree One hundred and six thousand and thirtythree Part Answers of
2 Answers Exercise.. (a) 5 (b) 05 (c) 50. (a) 79 (b) 709 (c) 790. (a) Nine hundred and eighty (b) Ninety eight (c) Nine hundred and eight. (a) Eight hundred (b) Eighty (c) Eight 5. (a) Eighty nine (b) Eight hundred and ninety (c) Eight hundred and nine 6. Figures Number in words hundreds tens units twenty four nineteen 9 seventy six 7 6 eight one hundred and sixty four 6 seven hundred and eight 7 0 three sixty one 6 two hundred and fifty four 5 fifty eight Five hundreds, four tens, two units. (a) Units (b) Hundreds (c) Tens (d) Units 9. (b) (e) (d) (a) 0 (c) 0 (b) 0 (f) 0 Part Answers of
3 Answers Exercise.. (a),5 (b) 5,00 (c) 75, (d),6. (a) Five thousand, seven hundred and sixty three (b) Eight hundred and nine thousand (c) Seven thousand and nine (d) Three hundred and four thousand and twenty one. hundred ten thousands hundreds tens units Number in words thousands thousands Five thousand Sixty two thousand Three hundred thousand Seventy four thousand and nine Six hundred thousand, two hundred Seventy thousand and fifty Ninety nine thousand Six thousand ,000,000 5.,000, ,000, One hundred and eighty nine million. Five million, eight hundred and sixty nine thousand and fourteen 9. One hundred and sixty seven million, one hundred and eighty nine thousand, one hundred and twelve 0. Number in words hundred millions ten millions hundred thousands ten thousands thousands hundreds tens billions millions units One billion, six hundred and ten million Eight million, thirty thousand and fifty three Seven hundred and six million Part Answers of
4 Section, Estimating & Rounding Answers Exercise.. a. 7,970 b. 75,000 c. 75,000.,000, ,000,000 =,000, x 0 =, x 90 = 900 ft Answers Exercise.5. (a) 0 (b) 60 (c) 00 (d) 00 (e),00 Answers Exercise.6. (a) 00 (b) 00 (c),00 (d) 5,000 (e),00 Answers Exercise.7. (a),,90 (b),,900 (c),0,000 (d),000, miles.,000. 0,000 Answers Exercise =.70. (b) 0 x 50 =,500. (c) x 75 = ,000 pounds 5. 0 Part Answers of
5 Section, Basic Calculations Answers Exercise.9. Estimate. Manual. Calculator (a),00,0,0 (b) 6,00 6,075 6,075 (c) 650,000 6,7 6,7 (d) (e) (f),600,000,59,660,59,660 Answers Exercise.0. Estimate. Manual. Calculator (a) (b) 0 (c),600,559,559 (d),000,90,90 (e) 0,000,777,777 Answers Exercise.. Estimate. Manual. Calculator (a) 00 (b) (c) 0 (d) 5 (e) Answers Exercise..,56.,96. 5,. 5,06 5.,9 Part Answers 5 of
6 Answers  Exercise.. 90., ,000.,0 5. 5, ,0 7. 7,60 Answers Exercise.. 00., Answers Exercise sacks. sacks. 76 sacks. 7 days 5. 6 sacks Answers Exercise.6 5,00 horsepower Part Answers 6 of
7 Section, Fractions & Decimals Answers  Exercise.7. Fraction Decimal Percentage % % 5 0. % % % or 0.5 Answers  Exercise.. a. b. c.. a.. a. b. c. = = = Part Answers 7 of
8 Answers Exercise.9. a. b. c.. a. 5 b. 0 c. d. 6. a. b. c. d. e. f. 5 7 Answers Exercise Part Answers of
9 Answers Exercise Answers Exercise Answers Exercise Part Answers 9 of
10 Answers... Exercise.. (a) (b) (c).. (a) 7 (b) (c) 7. (a) (b) 5. (a) 0 (i) (ii) (a) (b) (c) 7. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Part Answers 0 of
11 Answers  Exercise. continued. Complete the table for the six diagrams below. Shape a b c d e f Fraction shaded Fraction unshaded (a) 5 (b) 0 (c) 5 (d) 7 (e) 0. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e). (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Part Answers of
12 Answers Exercise. continued. a. b. c. d. e.. a. b. c. d Answers Exercise.5 Tens Units. tenths hundredths thousandths Part Answers of
13 Answers Exercise.6. a. b. c. d. e.. a. 0.7 b. 5. c.. Answers Exercise.7. a.. b..0 c. 6.0 d. e. 0.7 f g..000 h i..0 j a. No 6.5 b. Yes c. No 5.06 Part Answers of
14 Answers Exercise (a). (b) 7. (c).. (a) 5.6 (b). (c) 0. (d) 0.5 (e) 00. (f) 0.0. Numbers Tenths Hundredths (a) 5.65 (b). metres (c) 0.7 (d). (e) 0.0 (f) 76. (g). (h) (a). (b).5 (c). (d) (a) 0 o C (b) 0 psi. (a) Jar 0.5 litre Jar 0.6 litre Jar 0.5 litre (b) Jar 0.75 litre Jar 0. litre Jar 0.5 litre Answers Exercise.9. a. 0.5 b..6 c. 9.9 d. 9.6 e.,59.. They should be the same as the manual calculations above. Part Answers of
15 Answers Exercise.0. a.. f..9 g. 5. h i... They should be the same as the manual calculations above. Answers Exercise.. a b. 0.6 c. 0.0 d. 9. e f. 0 g h.. i. 9.6 j. 6.. a. 0,000 b. 00 c. 0.5 d. 5 e. 50 f. 0. g. 0.0 h.,7. i..7 j..9 Answers Exercise.. a. 7.5 b. 9.7 c..0 d. 0. e. 0.5 f. 06 g. 05 h.,00 i. 5. j., Part Answers 5 of
16 Answers Exercise.. a. 0. b. 9. c. 56. d..9 e a b. 0.0 c. 0.7 d. 0.7 e Answers Exercise. a. Yes b. No c. No d. No e. No Answers Exercise.5. a. b. centimetres c. 9 metres d. 6 minutes e. pence. a b. 9 centimetres c. kilometres d. pence e. 6 millimetres Part Answers 6 of
17 Answers Exercise.6. (a) (i) 0.9 (ii) 0. (b) (i) 9 litres (ii) 0 litres. (a) : (b) : (c) : (d) : (e) :5 (f) : (g) : (h) :5 (i) 6:7 (j) 5:6. (a) : (b) : (c) :5 (d) : (e) 00: (f) : (g) :5 (h) : (i) : (j) : Part Answers 7 of
18 Answers Exercise.7. a. 0.5 b. 0.5 c. 0. answer to decimal places d. 0.5 answer to decimal places e. 0. answer to e decimal places. a. 5 b. c. 00 d. e.. a. 0% b. 75% c. % d..5% e. 7.5%. a. 50% b 5% c..% answer to decimal place d. 6.5% e. 7.5% f. 00% g. 75% 5. a b..75 c..5 d..5 e Part Answers of
19 Answers Exercise.. a. b. 5%. a. b. 75%. 0. : feet Answers Exercise rpm. rpm.,50 rpm Answers Exercise.0.. pounds per foot. a. : b. inches. times..6 inches 5. a. 6 days b. 9 days Answers Exercise.. 5 tonnes Answers Exercise..,00. 70% Part Answers 9 of
20 Section 5, Measurement, Volume & Pressure Answers Exercise.. a. Capacity b. Volume c. Density. a. Length b. Density c. Weight or mass d. Volume e. Length f. Pressure. Imperial. a. 7. barrels b. square feet c. inches d. 7.6 pounds per cubic foot e. US gallons 5. c. Answers Exercise.. b.. a., c., e.. c. Part Answers 0 of
21 Answers Exercise.5. a. yards b. inches c. feet d. miles. a. b. c. 6 inches d. 5,0 feet. a. 5 feet inches b. 5.5 feet c feet d. 9 ft 6 inches. 9. feet feet 6. a. inches b. inches c. inches 7. a. 0 inches b. inches c. inches d. inches. a. feet b. feet c. feet d. feet Answers Exercise.6. c.. b.. d. Part Answers of
22 Answers Exercise.7. a. square inches b. square feet c. square yards d. square miles. a. square feet b. square feet c. 9 square feet d. square miles. a..9 square feet b. 6 square feet c..7 square yards d.,5,00 square yards. a.,000 square feet b. 00 square feet c. 0 square feet d.,560 square feet Answers Exercise.. c.. a.. c. Answers Exercise.9. a. gallons b. barrels c. cubic feet d. pint e. cubic inches. a. cubic foot b. barrel c. barrel d. cubic foot. a. 7 gallons b. 0.6 barrels c. 50 gallons d. gallons e. 76 barrels. 75 barrels Part Answers of
23 Answers Exercise.50. Weight b. Mass a.. a. True b. False. d. Answers Exercise.5. a. pounds b. tons c. stones d. hundredweight e. ounces. a. pound b. long ton c. metric tonne d. stone. a. ounces b. pounds c. 6,65 pounds d. 5 metric tonnes. a. 750 pounds b. 0. metric tonnes 5. a. 500 pounds b. 0. metric tonne 6. a. 5,600 pounds b. 0. metric tonnes Answers Exercise.5. a. 5 b.. a. b.. a. 6 b.. a. 7 b. Part Answers of
24 Answers Exercise kilograms. 5 hours or 00 minutes Answers Exercise.5. a.. a.. b. Answers Exercise.55. a. gas, oil, water, drilling mud b. pingpong ball, golf ball, lead fishing weight. a. 0 ppg b. 00 pcf. gallon weighing 5 lbs (a).. a. 5 ppg b. 0 ppg Answers Exercise.56. c.. a.. b. Answers Exercise.57. Pounds per square inch. a. psi b. 0 psi c. 00 psi d. 7 psi. Increase. 5 psi Part Answers of
25 Answers Exercise.5., 000 feet. 0,000 pounds pounds per square foot Answers Exercise feet.,950 pounds. a.,95 pounds per square foot b. 0 pounds per square inch Part Answers 5 of
26 Section 6, Mathematical Symbols, Equations and Operations Answers Exercise.60. a. square root b. percentage c. multiply d. squared e. equals. a. 7.5 b. c. 0 d e. 0.5 f.,000 g. 560 Answers Exercise Answers Exercise Answers Exercise Answers Exercise Part Answers 6 of
27 Answers Exercise.65.,60..,00. 5,50 5.,0 Answers Exercise Answers Exercise.67. a. % b. c. d. e. = x. a. 6 b. 9 c d. 7.5 e. 9.6 f. 9 g. h. 0 i. j.. a. 0 b. 0.0 c. 0.5 d.,57.5 e Part Answers 7 of
28 Section 7, Solving Equations Answers Exercise.6. a. b. c. 67. a. 5 b. c.. a. b. 5 c. d.. a. 9 mph b. 507 mph 5. a. 0 miles b. 9 hours Answers Exercise feet Answers Exercise Part Answers of
29 Answers Exercise Answers Exercise.7. z. 5y. 5p. w 5. 0x Answers Exercise Answers Exercise Answers Exercise Part Answers 9 of
30 Answers Exercise.76. a. b. c. 6 d. e.. a. 7 b. 5 c. d. 00 e.. a. b. 5 c. 7 d. 6 e. Answers Exercise.77. a. 5 mph b. 70 mph c. 50 mph. a. 50 mph b. 0 mph c. mph (answer rounded to whole number) Answers Exercise o C.. o C. 9. o C.. o C 5. 0 o C Answers Exercise.79.. Pounds Sterling Euros = 0.6 Pressure gradient Mud density = Rows of bricks = Height of wall x Part Answers 0 of
31 Answers Exercise.0.. Area Width = Length Area Length = Width Answers Exercise.. P M = H = F  S. V A = L Answers Exercise.. a. 5,00 psi b. 6,0 psi c. 6,6 psi. a..0 ppg b..0 ppg c..0 ppg. a. 5,00 ft b. 6,000 ft c.,000 ft Answers Exercise.. $,00. 9 hours Part Answers of
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