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# math assessment

### WGU

Question | Answer |
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What is the result of 203+13 in Base 4? | 222 2*4^2 + 0*4^1 + 3*4^0 0*4^2 + 1*4^1 + 3*4^0 |

What is the correct decimal expression of 1/3? | .333 (divide the top into the bottom)Use the first three numbers |

Put in order from greatest to smallest: .003 .0927 .10 .095 .00265 | Unit Decimal Tenths Hundreths Thousands . 0 0 3 . 0 9 2 7 . 1 0 . 0 9 5 . 0 0 2 6 5 |

Step 1 to ordering decimals | Set up a table with the decimal place in the same place for each number. |

Step 2 to ordering decimals | Put in each number. |

Step 3 to ordering decimals | Fill in the empty squares with zeros. |

Step 4 to ordering decimals | Compare using the first column, and pick out the highest in order. |

Step 5 to ordering decimals | If the digits are equal move to the next column until one number wins. |

Degree of angles | right 90 Obtuse 90-180 acute 0-90 Straight 180 |

Supplemetary angles | Two positive angles whose sum is 180 |

Complementary angle | Two positive angles whose sum is 90 |

What is the prime factor of 360? | 360=36*10=6*6*2*5=2*3*2*3*2*5 or : 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 3 * 5 or 2 * (2 * 3)^2 * 5 |

what shapes make a hexagon prism | 2 polygons 6 rectangles |

What is the area of the circle with a circumference of 24 ft? [Use π = 3.14] 2 Circumference of the circle, 2 x π x r = 2 x 3.14 x r = 24 [Divide each side by (2 x 3.14)] 3 r = 242x3.14 6 = 3.82 ft 7 Area of the circle = πr2 = 3.14 x 3.82 x | Circumference of the circle = 24 ft 2 x π x r = 2 x 3.14 x r = 24 [Divide each side by (2 x 3.14)] 3 r = 242x3.14 6 = 3.82 ft Area of the circle = πr2 = 3.14 x 3.82 x 3.82 [Substitute r = 3.82] 8 = 45.82 ft2 The area of the circle is |

2/7 students attended pep rally. total 280 in school how many were at rally | (2/7) of 280 = 80 |

5(2a+3)+2= | -1.7 |

4(n-3)=20 | n = 8 |

reflection | pp p=p |

angle reflection | the angle between the reflected ray and the line perpendicular to the mirror |

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lstreets