1.11 Whole Number Chapter Test
Textbook
8 Math Nelson
Chapter
Chapter 1
Section
1.11
Solutions 31 Videos

Explain why 143 is not a prime number.

Q1

How do you know that 3^6 is not a prime number?

Q2

Determine the prime factorization of the number.

360

Q3a

Determine the prime factorization of the number.

245

Q3b

Determine the prime factorization of the number.

560

Q3c

Determine the prime factorization of the number.

1620

Q3d

Identify the common factors of 54 and 36.

Q4a

Identify three common multiples of 54 and 36.

Q4b

Identify the GCF and LCM of 54 and 36.

Q4c

Identify 10 different rectangular prisms with whole-number dimensions that have a volume of 144 cm^3. Show your work.

Q5a

The volume of a rectangular prism with whole-number dimensions has a volume that is a prime number. What are its dimensions? Use an example to support your explanation.

Q5b

a) Calculate each power.

2^3

20^3

200^3

2000^3

b) Describe any patterns you see.

c) Use your pattern to calculate 20000^3.

Q6

Determine the missing numbers to make each statement true. Q7a

Determine the missing numbers to make each statement true. Q7b

Which prize is worth more? Explain your reasoning.

• a prize on March 21, if $5 is given on March 1, five times as much on March 2 ($25), five times as much on March 3 ($125), and so on, to March 21 • a prize of$9.5 billion

Q8

A total of 8 058 044 651 Web pages were searched by Google by the end of 2004. Express this number in scientific notation and in expanded form.

Q9

Write each number in standard form.

1.45 \times 10^5

Q10a

Write each number in standard form.

9.6 \times 10^7

Q10b

Write each number in standard form.

4.888 \times 10^4

Q10c

Write each number in standard form.

5.67 \times 10^{12}

Q10d

The total area of Canada is 9 984 670 km^2. Calculate the side length of a square with the same area. Show your work.

Q11

Calculate. Explain how you know that each answer is reasonable.

\sqrt {20}

Q12a

Calculate. Explain how you know that each answer is reasonable.

\sqrt {345}

Q12b

Calculate. Explain how you know that each answer is reasonable.

\sqrt {775}

Q12c

Calculate. Explain how you know that each answer is reasonable.

\sqrt {2025}

Q12d

Evaluate each expression.

\displaystyle 8.8 \div 2.2 \times 4 + (5.4 - 4.2)^2 

Q13a

Evaluate each expression.

\displaystyle 4 \times 2.8 - 1^5 + 4.8 \times 5 

Q13b

Evaluate each expression.

\displaystyle \sqrt{31+ 10 \div 2} + 3 \times 2.5 

Q13c

Evaluate each expression.

\displaystyle [12.5^2 -(3 + 2.6)^2]^2 

Q13d

Evaluate each expression.

\displaystyle [(10- 2 \times 3)^2]^3 

\displaystyle 5^2 -(11- 7)^2 \div (1 + 2^2)