# CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest 2a Domain 1: Math

Subjects : cset, math
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1. 1. Any number multiplied by 1 gives that number.

2. Multiply as usual - Count the total number of digits above the line which are to the right of all decimal points - Place your decimal point in your answer so there is the same number of digits to the right of it as there was above the line

3. 2/10 = .2 = .20 = 20%

4. 2 pints

6. Ab = ba Note: Division does not have the communicative property.

7. The results of taking integers and raising them to the 3rd power (cubing them) The first seven positive ____________ are 1 - 8 - 27 - 64 - 125 - 216 - and 343

8. The square of a whole number

9. Milli = 1/1000 centi = 1/100 deci = 1/10 basic unit (meter - liter - gram) = 1 deca = 10 hecto = 100 kilo = 1000

10. 4 quarts

11. Multiply by 100 - Insert a percent sign

12. The multiplicative inverse of a number (also known as the reciprocal of the number) is a value that - when multiplied with any non -zero number - equals 1. Any non -zero number multiplied with its multiplicative inverse equals 1. The multiplicative i

13. The grouping - without changing the order - does not affect the answer

14. .83 1/3 = 83 1/3%

15. 1/30 ounce

16. Kilometer (km) = 1000 meters hectometer (hm) = 100 meters decameter (dam) = 10 meters meter (m) = 1 meter decimeter (dm) = 0.1 meter centimeter (cm) = 0.01 meter millimeter (mm) = 0.001 meter

17. A number in scientific notation is written as a rational number from 1 to 9 - and then multiplied by a power of 10

18. .66 2/3 = .66 2/3 = 66 2/3%

19. 2.00 = 200%

20. All the rational and irrational numbers

21. Factor the number into two numbers - one (or more) of which is a perfect square - Take the square root of the perfect square(s) - Leave the others under the v

22. To round off any number: Underline the place value to which you're rounding off - Look to the immediate right (one place) of your underlined place value - Identify the number (the one to the right). If it is 5 or higher - round your underlined place

23. Sum - plus - is increased by - more than (example: 3 more than 7 is what?)

24. All values that can be expressed in the form a/b - where a and b are integers and b ? 0 - Or - when expressed in decimal form - the expression either terminates or has a repeating pattern

25. When a value is expressed using a whole number together with a common fraction

26. 5/10 = .5 = .50 = 50%

27. Length (meter) - Volume (liter) - Weight (gram)

28. When the place value name ends with a 'ths -' it is an indication of being a fraction.

29. ...-3 - -2 - -1 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 3... all the whole numbers together with their opposites

30. Is less than

31. 9 square feet

32. Divide the denominator into the numerator

33. Positive numbers and negative numbers

34. Square roots of nonperfect squares can be approximated.

35. .875 = .87 1/2 = 87 1/2%

36. Numbers to the left of the decimal point are whole numbers; numbers to the right of the decimal point are fractions with denominators of only 10 - 100 - 1000 - 10000 - etc.

37. Find a number that divides evenly into one numerator and one denominator. Reducing early only applies to multiplying fractions - not adding or subtracting.

38. Is equal to

39. For 'what -' substitute the letter x - For 'is -' substitute an equal sign - For 'of -' substitute a multiplication sign - Change percents to decimals or fractions and solve the equation

40. Divide - Insert decimal points and zeros accordingly

41. 4 pecks

42. Difference - minus - is decreased by - less than (example: 3 less than 7 is what?)

43. 1.00 = 100%

44. The numbers must be combined under the radical before any computation of square roots may be done

45. .9 = .90 = 90%

46. .33 1/3 = 33 1/3%

47. The product or quotient of two numbers with the same sign will produce a positive answer - The product or quotient of two numbers with the opposite signs will produce a negative answer

48. Divide the percent by 100 - Eliminate the percent sign - Reduce if necessary

49. Is not equal to

50. .375 = .37 1/2 = 37 1/2%