# Math Principles for Food Service Occupations

Mathematics

## Quiz 2 :

Numbers, Symbols of Operations, and the Mill

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Q01

A numeral is a standard quantity or amount.

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False

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Q02

Digits are any of the numerals that combine to form numbers.

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Q03

4, 89, 318, and XVIII are numerals because they express numbers.

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The group of digits "456" in the numeral 123,456,789 is called a place value.

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Q05

Commas are used to separate periods.

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In the numeral 23,679, the 2 is in the ten-thousandths place.

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When dealing with monetary numbers, the term cent is used to represent the value of one hundredth part of a dollar.

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The third place to the right of the decimal is called a mill and represents one-tenth of a dollar.

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_____ are numbers such as 6, 3, 1, and 7 that are used to represent whole units rather than fractional units.

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There are _____ digit(s).

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_____ are used to represent or express numbers.

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Q12

In a whole number, commas separate _____.

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In the number 987, the "9" represents the _____ place value.

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When writing words or numbers on a check, always start _____.

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Q15

The number 3,828 is correctly read as "_____."

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Q16

Which of the following is a basic mathematic operation?

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Q17

When dealing with monetary numbers, the term _____ is used to represent the value of one hundredth part of a dollar.

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Q18

Change the following amounts to the nearest cent using the mill. $4.78011

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Q19

Change the following amounts to the nearest cent using the mill. $0.023

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Change the following amounts to the nearest cent using the mill. $174.6422

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