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Updated on Jul 15, 2011

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- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 7
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 8
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 9
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 10

### Problems

- (15 + 32)(56 – 39) =
- 142
- 799
- 4,465
- 30

- 72 ÷ 8 =
- 9
- 8
- 7
- 6

- 600 × 42 =
- 2,520
- 20,500
- 25,020
- 25,200

- 215 × 70 =
- 1,505
- 10,550
- 15,050
- 15,500

- 1,215 × 6 =
- 7,290
- 7,920
- 7,092
- 7,029

- What is the value of 56,515 ÷ 4, rounded to the nearest whole number?
- 10,000
- 14,000
- 14,128
- 14,129

- | –9 | =
- –9
- –8
- 0
- 9

- (6 + 3) × 5 =
- 21
- 45
- 90
- 33

- 2,850 ÷ 190 =
- 15
- 16
- 105
- 150

- 62,035 ÷ 5 =
- 1,247
- 12,470
- 12,407
- 13,610

- Estimate the value of 6,302 ÷ 63.
- 1
- 10
- 100
- 1,000

- 4,563 × 45 =
- 205,335
- 206,665
- 207,305
- 206,335

- 12(84 – 5) – (3 × 54) =
- 786
- 796
- 841
- 54,000

- 908 × 276 =
- 25,608
- 250,608
- 250,680
- 25,680

- (12 × 6) + 18 =
- 1,296
- 78
- 80
- 90

- (667 × 2) + 133 =
- 1,467
- 1,307
- 1,267
- 1,117

### Answers

**b.**Perform the operations within the parentheses first: 15 + 32 = 47; 56 –39 = 17. Then, multiply those sums as indicated by the adjoined parentheses: 47 × 17 = 799.**a.**The correct answer to this division problem is 9.**d.**The correct answer to this multiplication problem is 25,200.**c.**The correct answer to this multiplication problem is 15,050.**a.**The correct answer to this multiplication problem is 7,290.**d.**56,515 ÷ 4 = 14128.75, or, rounded to the nearest whole number, 14,129.**d.**The bars on either side of –9 indicate "the absolute value of –9." The*absolute value*of a number is the distance that number is away from zero on a number line. The absolute value of –9 is 9 because it is nine units away from zero. Because absolute value is a distance, it is always positive.**b.**Perform the operation within the parentheses first: 6 + 3 = 9; then, multiply the sum by 5. The correct answer is 45.**a.**The correct answer is 15. An incorrect answer may represent an error in place value.**c.**The correct answer is 12,407. If you chose choice**a**, you disregarded the zero in 62,035.**c.**The answer when the two numbers are divided is approximately 100.03, which is closest to 100. The question can also be evaluated using compatible numbers, such as 6,300 ÷ 63; and the solution here is also 100.**a.**The correct answer is 205,335.**a.**Perform the operations in parentheses first: 84 –5 = 79 from the first set and 3 × 54 = 162 from the second set. The expression is now 12(79) –162.Multiply 12 times 79 to get 948, and then subtract: 948 –162 = 786.**b.**The correct answer to this multiplication problem is 250,608.**d.**Perform the operation within the parentheses first: 12 × 6 = 72; then, add the product by 18. The correct answer is 90.**a.**First multiply, then add. The correct answer is 1,467.

More practice problems can be found at:

- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 1
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 3
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 4
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 5
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 6
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 7
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 8
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 9
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 10

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