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1. Record 11 ÷ 9 in quotient R remainder form. 2. The decimal number system has how many digits? 3. Write 2 1/2 as a fraction. 4. Write 11/3 as a mixed number. 5. Write 911 * 911 * 911 * 911 * 911 as an exponent expression. 6. What base number system do we use daily? 7. The sum of a number and its opposite is always equal to what? 8. The product of a number and zero is always equal to what? 9. Evaluate: 911^0 10. Evaluate: 3.14^1 11. Evaluate: 9 ÷ (911 - 911) 12. Evaluate: 8 + 8 / 8 + 2 13. Given A ÷ B, B is called what? [dividend or divisor] 14. Evaluate: 10 - 1 + 2 * 5 15. Evaluate: 8(5 - 3)^3 16. No or Yes: The number 2014 is the sum of 2 units of 10^3, 0 units of 10^2, 1 unit of 10^1 and 4 units of 10^0. The next four exercises use the number: 16,321,498,017,510,431.123456789 17. Record the digit in the ten trillion place. 18. Record the digit in the hundred thousand place. 19. Record the digit in the millionth place. 20. Record the digit in the billionth place 21. Evaluate (record answer as a fraction): 2/5 + 3/11 22. Evaluate (record answer as a fraction): 1/5 * 1/7 23. Evaluate (record answer as a fraction): 3/11 ÷ 1/2 24. Evaluate (record answer as a fraction): 1/2 - 1/4 + 1/6