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Practice Test on Dividing Integers

In the previous post we have discussed how to divide integers. Operations on real numbers, particularly integers, is one of the scopes of the Civil Service Examinations both Professional and Subprofessional.  You must master these operations because you will use them in solving equations and word problems in Algebra. 

Test your skill by answering the exercises below. Recall that a divided by b is the same as a times reciprocal of b.

Practice Test on Dividing Integers

1.) -35 ÷ 7

2.) 38 ÷ -19  Continue Reading

Practice Test on Multiplying Integers

In the previous post, we have learned the rules in multiplying integers.  Below is a 10-item practice test on multiplying integers. Note that in multiplication, we can use the x and () symbols in multiplying two numbers. This means that 3 x 4 is the same as 3 (4) and (3)(4). We will use both symbols in the practice test below to familiarize yourselves with them.  Any of the two symbols can be used in the Civil Service exams.

Practice Test on Multiplying Integers

1. -4 x -8

2. 3 x -7

3. -12 x -7

4.  -8 x -1 x -4 Continue Reading

Civil Service Practice Test on Subtracting Integers

Three days ago, we have learned how to subtract positive and negative integers or signed numbers. In this post, I am going to give you a practice test on subtracting integers. For convenience, I have colored the negative signs blue instead of raising them to an exponent.

1. 12 – 23

2. 21 -(4)

3. 17 – (36)

4. 18 – 13

5. 22 – 35

6. 34 -( 21)

7. 29 -( 6)

8. 98 – 14

9.  87 – 53

10. 63 – 92

Click here to see the solutions and answers to the practice test given above.