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Question 1 (5 points) Express 3.87 × 10–3 in standard form.Question 1 options:0.0003873870.003873,870Question 2 (5 points) Write the expression using exponents.(–5) • (–5) • a • a • a • (m + 3) • (m + 3) Question 2 options:((–5) • a • (m + 3))7(–5)2a3(m + 3)22 • (–5) + 3 • a + 2 • (m + 3)(–5)2 + a3 + (m + 3)2Question 3 (5 points) Evaluate the expression. Express the result in scientific notation.Question 3 options:Question 4 (5 points) Write each expression using a positive exponent.Question 4 options:Question 5 (5 points) Find the product or quotient. Express using positive exponents.Question 5 options:1Question 6 (5 points) Evaluate if b = –3.Question 6 options:–212–500–60–860Question 7 (5 points) Evaluate the expression. Express the result in scientific notation.(9.08 × 106) – (2.25 × 105) Question 7 options:–Question 8 (5 points) Find the product or quotient. Express using positive exponents.Question 8 options:Question 9 (5 points) Find the product or quotient. Express using positive exponents.(–3m6)(6m5) Question 9 options:–18m1–3m306m11–18m11Question 10 (5 points) Evaluate x – y2 if x = 8 and y = 3.Question 10 options:250925–1Question 11 (5 points) Order each set of numbers from greatest to least., 3.6, Question 11 options:, 3.6, , , 3.6, 3.6, 3.6, , Question 12 (5 points) The table shows the populations of the world’s most populous countries. Rank the countries in order from most populous to least populous. 2003 PopulationCountryPopulationUSAChinaIndiaQuestion 12 options:USA, China, IndiaUSA, India, ChinaIndia, China, USAChina, India, USAQuestion 13 (5 points) Estimate each cube root to the nearest whole number. Do not use a calculator. Question 13 options:89721Question 14 (5 points) Evaluate the expression. Express the result in scientific notation.(9.51 × 104) + (1.96 × 105) Question 14 options:–Question 15 (5 points) Write the expression using exponents.(–5)(-5)(-5)(-5)(-5)(-5)(-5)(6)(6)(6) Question 15 options:(–5 + 7) • (6 + 3)(–5 × 7) • (6 × 3)(7)–5 • (3)6(–5)7 • (6)3Question 16 (5 points) Find the square root, if possible.–Question 16 options:–11not possible110–60.5Question 17 (5 points) Evaluate 5x if x = –5.Question 17 options:–25–3125Question 18 (5 points) Erupting volcanoes are categorized by the volume of lava they emit. The greater the volume of lava, the more severe the volcano. The table shows the Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI) for five categories of volcanoes. Rank the VEIs in order from the least destructive to the most severe. Volcanic Explosivity IndexVEIVolume (m3)01234Question 18 options:1, 3, 4, 0, 24, 3, 2, 1, 03, 2, 0, 4, 10, 1, 2, 3, 4Question 19 (5 points) Evaluate if m = –4 and n = –2.Question 19 options:18216Question 20 (5 points) Replace the with <, >, or = to make a true statement. Question 20 options: > = < >
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