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1. Change the following to a decimal. Carry division three places as indicated. Do not round off. 1/64 = _____ ANS: 0.015 PTS: 1 2. Change the following to a decimal. Carry division three places as indicated. Do not round off. 5/18 = _____ ANS: 0.277 PTS: 1 3. Change the following decimal to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms if indicated. 7.025 = _____ ANS: 7 1/40 PTS: 1 4. Change the following decimal to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms if indicated. 0.0001 = _____ ANS: 1/10,000 PTS: 1 5. Identify the decimal with the largest value in the following set. 0.6, 0.128 = _____ ANS: 0.6

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Download Calculate with Confidence 8th Edition Morris Test Bank Chapters 1- 24 and more Exams Analytical Geometry and Calculus in PDF only on Docsity! Chapter 02: Decimals Morris: Calculate with Confidence, 8th Edition Gram - Correct answer-g Meter - Correct answer-m Kilo- - Correct answer-1,000 hector- - Correct answer-100 deka - Correct answer-10 deci - Correct answer-0.1 centi - Correct answer-0.01 milli- - Correct answer-0.001 micro- - Correct answer-0.000001 Milligram - Correct answer-mg Microgram - Correct answer-mcg Milliliter - Correct answer-mL Kilogram - Correct answer-kg Liter - Correct answer-L Deciliter - Correct answer-dL COMPLETION 1. Change the following to a decimal. Carry division three places as indicated. Do not round off. 1/64 = _____ ANS: 0.015 PTS: 1 2. Change the following to a decimal. Carry division three places as indicated. Do not round off. 5/18 = _____ ANS: 0.277 PTS: 1 3. Change the following decimal to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms if indicated. 7.025 = _____ ANS: 7 1/40 PTS: 1 4. Change the following decimal to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms if indicated. 0.0001 = _____ ANS: 1/10,000 PTS: 1 5. Identify the decimal with the largest value in the following set. 0.6, 0.128 = _____ ANS: 0.6 PTS: 1 6. Identify the decimal with the largest value in the following set. 0.7, 0.67, 0.86: _____ ANS: 0.86 PTS: 1 21. Change the following decimal to a fraction. Reduce to lowest terms if indicated. 0.006 = _____ ANS: 3/500 PTS: 1 22. Round off the following decimal to the nearest tenth. 0.52 = _____ ANS: 0.5 PTS: 1 23. Round off the following decimal to the nearest hundredth. 2.457 = _____ ANS: 2.46 PTS: 1 24. Round off the following decimal to the nearest tenth. 28.66 = _____ ANS: 28.7 PTS: 1 25. Round off the following decimal to the nearest tenth. 1.45 = _____ ANS: 1.5 PTS: 1 26. Round off the following decimal to the nearest thousandth. 0.3333 = _____ ANS: 0.333 PTS: 1 27. A client weighed 75.4 kilograms (kg) in February. In March the client gained 1.6 kg. In April the client gained 2.2 kg. How much did the client weigh in April? ______ ANS: 79.2 kg PTS: 1 28. A client weighed 165.4 pounds (lb) before getting ill. After a lengthy recovery the client weighed 148.6 lb. How much weight did the client lose? _____ ANS: 16.8 lb PTS: 1 29. A medication vial holds 7 milliliters (mL) of medication. If 1.4 mL are withdrawn from the vial, how much medication is left in the vial? ____ ANS: 5.6 mL PTS: 1 30. A client is brought into the emergency department with a body temperature of 95.2 F. If the normal body temperature is 98. F, how far below normal was the client’s temperature? _____ F. ANS: 3.4 PTS: 1 31. A client received 25.2 milligrams (mg) of medication in tablet form. Each tablet contained 4.2 mg of medication. How many tablets (tabs) were given to the client? ____ ANS: 6 tabs PTS: 1 32. A client received 0.375 milligrams (mg) of a medication for two days, 0.125 mg for three days, and 0.0625 mg for four days. What is the total amount of medication taken? ______ ANS: 1.375 mg PTS: 1 33. The health care provider ordered 1.5 tablets of a medication to be given to a client four times a day for 21 days. How many tablets were prescribed? ______ ANS: 126 tablets PTS: 1 34. One dose of vaccine is 1.25 milliliters (mL). How much vaccine is needed to vaccinate 55 clients in a clinic? (Round answer to the nearest tenth.) _____ ANS: 68.8 mL PTS: 1 35. The health care provider has ordered a 2,200 calorie (cal) diet for a client. If the calories are spread evenly among three meals, how many calories will the client be allowed to have at each meal? (Round answer to the nearest whole calorie.) ______ ANS: 733 cal PTS: 1 36. A client’s temperature was 101.2 F on Monday morning. By Monday afternoon, it was 99.4 F. By how many degrees had the client’s temperature changed? ______ ANS: 1.8 degrees PTS: 1 37. A client weighed 65.75 kilograms (kg). The client’s weight increased by 2.4 kg one month and decreased by 1.75 kg the next month. What is the client’s current weight in kilograms? ______ ANS: 66.4 kg PTS: 1 38. There are 27 residents at an assisted-living facility. If there are four attendants on duty, how many residents is each attendant responsible for? (Round to the nearest whole number.) ________ ANS: 7 residents PTS: 1 39. The prescriber ordered 45 milligrams (mg) of a medication for a client. The nurse misread the order and administered 4.5 mg of medication to the client. How much more medication should the client be given to give the dose the prescriber ordered? _______ ANS: 4.5 mg PTS: 1 40. A client received a total of 14.5 milligrams (mg) of medication from five tablets. How many mg was in each tablet? _______ ANS: 2.9 mg PTS: 1