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Arrange the following decimal numbers in ascending order from left to right.
Neji baked 20 cookies for the bake sale.
He sold each for $2.43 a piece.
If he gave 1/4 of the total money that he earned to his parents, how much money is left?
A. $30.50
B. $24.35
C. $38.43
D. $36.45
The height of the apple tree is 6/7 of the height of the orange tree.
If the apple tree is 1.5 metres tall, how tall is the orange tree?
A. 1.35 metres
B. 1.7 metres
C. 1.75 metres
D. 2 metres
E. 2.25 metres
The birch tree outside the farm is 3.5 meters tall.
The pine tree is 5.4 meters tall.
The maple tree is 1.1 meter taller than the birch tree.
Which statement below is TRUE?
Carlos will be downloading three files for a report he needs to do.
The first file he will be downloading has a size of 0.872 gigabytes.
The second file has a size of 1.032 gigabytes and the third file has a size of 0.653 gigabytes.
What is the total size of the three files he will be downloading for the report?
A. 1.457 gigabytes
B. 2.457 gigabytes
C. 2.557 gigabytes
D. 2.567 gigabytes
E. 2.657 gigabytes
The inside dimensions of a rectangular container measure 300 centimetres long, 200 centimetres wide, and 20 centimetres deep.
How deep will the water be in the container if 600 cubic centimetres of water is poured into the container?
A. 1 cm
B. 2 cm
C. 0.01 cm
D. 0.05 cm
E. 20 cm
Lisa estimated the mass of a basket of apples by rounding the mass to the nearest tenth.
If the mass of the basket of apples was 1.42 kilograms, what was Lisa’s estimate for the mass of the basket of apples?
A. 1.3 kilograms
B. 1.35 kilograms
C. 1.4 kilograms
D. 1.45 kilograms
E. 1.5 kilograms
Sally is making cookies and muffins for the school’s bake sale.
The cookie recipe calls for 3.25 cups of flour and the muffin recipe calls for 2.8 cups of flour.
How many cups of flour does Sally need in all?
A. 5.05 cups
B. 5.25 cups
C. 5.33 cups
D. 6.05 cups
E. 6.33 cups
Heidi planted a lemon tree in her front yard.
After two weeks, the lemon tree had grown 48.72 centimetres.
If the lemon tree had grown 23.28 centimetres in the second week alone, how much did the lemon tree grow in the first week alone?
A. 24.54 centimetres
B. 25.44 centimetres
C. 25.54 centimetres
D. 26.24 centimetres
E. 26.34 centimetres