1. Find 7 × 9. A. 68 B. 63 C. 16 D. 54 Hint 2. El Condor, in the Andes mountains, is 20,669 feet tall. Identify the place value of each digit in 20,669. A. 2 – hundred thousands; 6 – hundreds; 6 – tens; 9 – ones B. 2 – ten thousands; 0 – thousands; 6 – hundreds; 9 – ones C. 2 – ten thousands; 6 – thousands; 6 – tens; 9 – ones D. 2 – ten thousands; 0 - thousands; 6 – hundreds; 6 – tens; 9 – ones Hint 3. Find 5 × 31. A. 135 B. 145 C. 155 D. 165 Hint 4. A ride at the state fair has 18 cars that each hold 8 people. How many people can go on the ride at one time? A. 144 B. 146 C. 156 D. 266 Hint 5. Find \$6,225 × 2. A. \$12,440 B. \$12,540 C. \$12,450 D. \$12,500 Hint 6. Jay multiplies 190 by 5 and gets 95. Explain how you could use an estimate to show that his answer is incorrect. A. 190 + 5 is nearly 200, so Jay’s answer should be near 200. B. 200 × 5 is 1,000, so Jay’s answer should be near 1,000. C. Jay should get about 500 since 100 times 5 is 500. D. Jay should multiply 5 by 20 to get about 95. Hint 7. Multiply. Use basic facts and patterns.5 × 35 × 305 × 3005 × 3,000 A. 15; 150; 1,500; 15,000 B. 3; 35; 305; 3,005 C. 8; 80; 800; 8,000 D. 15; 1,500; 15,000; 150,000 Hint 8. Find 4 × 7,000. A. 28,000 B. 2,800 C. 47,000 D. 280,000 Hint 9. Estimate. Round to the greatest place value.Then tell whether the estimate is greater than or less than the actual product. 829 × 3 A. 800 × 3 = 2,400; less than B. 850 × 3 = 2,550; greater than C. 800 × 1 = 800; less than D. 900 × 3 = 2,700; greater than Hint 10. Estimate. Round to the greatest place value. Then tell whether the estimate is greater than or less than the actual product. \$254 × 9 A. \$200 × 9 = \$1,800; less than B. \$300 × 9 = \$2,700; greater than C. \$250 × 9 = \$2,250; less than D. \$200 × 10 = \$2,000; greater than Hint 11. Find 209 × 2. A. 419 B. 408 C. 418 D. 428 Hint 12. Find \$7,709 × 5. A. \$37,545 B. \$36,545 C. \$39,545 D. \$38,545 Hint