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Test your basic knowledge 
CSET Multiple Subjects Subtest 2a Domain 1: Math
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Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. 1. Any number multiplied by 1 gives that number.
Natural numbers
Multiplying mixed numbers
Identity number for multiplication
=
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
=
Percentage increase or decrease
Multiplying decimals
Changing percents to fractions
3. 2/10 = .2 = .20 = 20%
Subtracting mixed numbers
Adding mixed numbers
1/5 =
Addition
4. 2 pints
Identity number for addition
1 quart (in pints)
1/100 =
Reducing fractions
5. About 0.6 mile
1 foot (in inches)
Composite number
1 kilometer (in miles)
7/10 =
6. Ab = ba Note: Division does not have the communicative property.
Square root rules: multiplication and division
Metric system prefixes
Communicative property
Communicative property for multiplication
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
Multiplying fractions
Communicative property for multiplication
Order of operations
Cube numbers
8. The square of a whole number
Communicative property for addition
Square root rules: addition and subtraction
Square root
Perfect square
9. Milli = 1/1000 centi = 1/100 deci = 1/10 basic unit (meter  liter  gram) = 1 deca = 10 hecto = 100 kilo = 1000
?
Metric system prefixes
=
Weight (metric system)
10. 4 quarts
2 =
1 gallon (in quarts)
Finding percent of a number
Rational numbers
11. Multiply by 100  Insert a percent sign
Changing fractions to percents
Associative property for multiplication
Multiplication
Adding fractions
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
Associative property for multiplication
Changing an improper fraction to a whole or mixed number
1 meter (in yards)
Multiplicative inverse
13. The grouping  without changing the order  does not affect the answer
1/4 =
Associative property
Number line
Approximating square roots
14. .83 1/3 = 83 1/3%
5/6 =
1 pint (in cups)
Order of operations
Subtracting fractions
15. 1/30 ounce
1 gram (in ounces)
Additive inverse
1 kilometer (in miles)
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
1/100 =
1/8 =
Signed numbers
Length (metric system)
17. A number in scientific notation is written as a rational number from 1 to 9  and then multiplied by a power of 10
Associative property for multiplication
Scientific notation
Irrational numbers
?
18. .66 2/3 = .66 2/3 = 66 2/3%
2/3 =
9/10 =
<
Dividing fractions
19. 2.00 = 200%
1 liter (in quarts)
Subtracting mixed numbers
2 =
Length (metric system)
20. All the rational and irrational numbers
Subtraction
Identity number for multiplication
Adding mixed numbers
Real 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
3/4 =
9/10 =
Communicative property for addition
Simplifying square roots
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
Cube numbers
Rounding off
Division
Percentage increase or decrease
23. Sum  plus  is increased by  more than (example: 3 more than 7 is what?)
Real numbers
Whole numbers
Addition
Adding mixed numbers
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
Rational numbers
5/8 =
3 1/2 =
1 kilometer (in miles)
25. When a value is expressed using a whole number together with a common fraction
Mixed number
2/3 =
Changing decimals to fractions
3 1/2 =
26. 5/10 = .5 = .50 = 50%
1/2 =
Associative property
Scientific notation
Reducing when multiplying fractions
27. Length (meter)  Volume (liter)  Weight (gram)
Cube numbers
Communicative property for addition
Metric/international system of units
Number line
28. When the place value name ends with a 'ths ' it is an indication of being a fraction.
Irrational numbers
Place value
=
Whole numbers
29. ...3  2  1  0  1  2  3... all the whole numbers together with their opposites
Integers
1 quart (in pints)
Identity number for addition
3/4 =
30. Is less than
<
Multiplying mixed numbers
Cube numbers
1/6 =
31. 9 square feet
1 square yard (in square feet)
Communicative property for multiplication
=
Prime number
32. Divide the denominator into the numerator
3/5 =
1 pint (in cups)
Changing an improper fraction to a whole or mixed number
Weight (metric system)
33. Positive numbers and negative numbers
Signed numbers
3/4 =
Irrational numbers
Subtracting signed numbers
34. Square roots of nonperfect squares can be approximated.
Additive inverse
Real numbers
1/8 =
Approximating square roots
35. .875 = .87 1/2 = 87 1/2%
Subtraction
7/8 =
1/2 =
Fractions
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.
Cube numbers
1 square foot (in square inches)
Decimals
=
37. Find a number that divides evenly into one numerator and one denominator. Reducing early only applies to multiplying fractions  not adding or subtracting.
2 =
Square root rules: multiplication and division
Reducing when multiplying fractions
Place value
38. Is equal to
Exponent
Prime number
=
Composite number
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
?
Other applications of a percent
Changing percents to decimals
Whole numbers
40. Divide  Insert decimal points and zeros accordingly
7/8 =
1/4 =
Changing fractions to decimals
Finding percent of a number
41. 4 pecks
1 bushel (in pecks)
Signed numbers
Changing percents to fractions
=
42. Difference  minus  is decreased by  less than (example: 3 less than 7 is what?)
Multiplying or dividing signed numbers
Signed numbers
Square root rules: addition and subtraction
Subtraction
43. 1.00 = 100%
Identity number for multiplication
3/5 =
1 =

44. The numbers must be combined under the radical before any computation of square roots may be done
Square (verb)
Square root rules: addition and subtraction
Associative property for multiplication
Volume (metric system)
45. .9 = .90 = 90%
9/10 =
Scientific notation
1/3 =
Mixed number
46. .33 1/3 = 33 1/3%
Square root
1/4 =
Common fraction
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
1 gallon (in quarts)
Multiplying or dividing signed numbers
Composite number
7/8 =
48. Divide the percent by 100  Eliminate the percent sign  Reduce if necessary
Identity number for addition
Some properties/axioms of addition and multiplication
Multiplying fractions
Changing percents to fractions
49. Is not equal to
1 bushel (in pecks)
Volume (metric system)
?
Multiplicative inverse
50. .375 = .37 1/2 = 37 1/2%

Communicative property for multiplication
3/8 =
2/5 =