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1
• Form B

2
Use the data in the table to complete the line
plot
3
Label _________________
3
On which day was twice as much time spent eating
lunch as on Sunday?
4
What is the median number of letters per name in
the graph?
5
What is the probability of having a name with 7
6
• If you have a deck of 100 cards labeled with all
the counting numbers 1-100, what is the
likelihood (probability) that you could randomly
pull out an even number without looking?

7
Find the sum
1,982 2,005 254
8
Find the sum
2,341 437
9
Subtract. Add or estimate to check.
4,190 - 358
10
Subtract
• 37.05 - 23.58

11
Multiply
• 4,126
• X 4

12
Multiply
• 309
• X 6

13
• What is the product of 618 and 5?

14
Complete
3 R
4)94
-8
15
Divide
R
7)68
16
• 642 4

17
• 6)471

18
Estimate to the nearest dollar
• 5)23.89

19
Estimate the product. First round then multiply
• 741 X 28

20
502 476
• The closest estimate of the sum is
• Less than 1,000
• Between 1,000 and 1,100
• Between 1,100 and 1,200
• More than 1,200

21
• Candy bars sell for 0.25 each or a package of 12
for 3.50. If I want to buy 24 of them for
Halloween, would it be cheaper to buy them
individually or by the package?

22
Write the fraction that shows how full the
container is.
½ or ¾
23
What does the picture show?
• 6/8 2/3
• 6/8 3/4
• 6/8 gt 3/4
• 6/8 lt 2/3

24
Find the sum
25
Find the sum. Simplify if possible
• 6/10
• 6/20
• 3/5
• Not here

26
Find the difference. Simplify if possible.
• 5/9
• 1/3
• 3/18
• Not here

-
27
Find the difference. Simplify if possible.
28
• Give 400,000 70,000 8,000 50 2 in
standard form.
• 407,852
• 478,052
• 470,852
• 478,820

29
• Given the numerals 6, 5, 3, and 8, what is the
greatest number that can be made using each
numeral only once.

30
• In the number 43,7986.251, which digit is in the
hundredths place?
• 7
• 9
• 1
• 5

31
Give the word name, fraction, and decimal for the
• Seven tens, 7/10, 70
• Seven hundredths, 7/100, 0.07
• Seven tenths, 7/10, 0.7
• Not here

32
Give the decimal for 7/25
33
Write the decimal for 47/100
34
Complete 14.05 13.5 Use lt, gt, or
• lt
• gt

35
• Order the decimals from least to greatest.
• 2.33 0.233 23.3 4 0.04

36
Complete
• 500 centimeters ____ meters

37
• Which is the heavier weight 16 ounces or 2
pounds? Explain

38
• A football field is 100 yards long. How many
feet long would two football fields be?

39
Write the value for
• 6 pints cups

40
Choose the value for
• 6000 meters kilometers

41
• Measure an item to the nearest 1/8 inch.

42
Which of the following might be between 4 and 6
meters long?
• A school building
• An automobile
• A school desk
• A new, unsharpened pencil

43
Choose a reasonable unit of volume for a family
or classroom fish aquarium.
• .5 gallons
• 1 gallon
• 10 gallons
• 1,000 gallons

44
• Choose the better estimate for the capacity of a
public swimming pool such as Pirates Cove.
• 10,000 kiloliters or 10,000 milliliters

45
• Choose the better estimate of temperature for
winter snowstorm
• 8oF or 80oF

46
• If school is out at 330 and you have soccer
practice at 545, how much time do you have to
practice?
• 3 hours and 45 minutes
• 2 hours and 45 minutes
• 3 hours and 15 minutes
• 2 hours and 15 minutes

47
Tell whether the two figures appear to be
congruent, similar, or neither.
• Congruent
• Similar
• Neither

48
Tell how many lines of symmetry the figure has.
49
What is the name of the polygon?
• Octagon
• Triangle
• Hexagon

50
• What is the (perimeter/area, the teacher will
decide) of the equilateral triangle below if each
side is 4 inches and the height is 3 inches?

51
Complete the table
• n 5 12, 8
• n - 5 11, 10
• n X 3 27, 24
• n 2 4, 5

52
Give the letter of the point named by (7,1)
S
P
K
R
J
N
L
T
M
53
• Extend the number pattern.
• 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, ____

54
• What should replace the box in the number
sentence below?
• 24 4 6

55
• Rachel and Ryan are working on posters for Say
No To Drugs week. Rachel made 3 posters by
herself and Ryan made 2 posters by himself. They
worked as a team on an additional poster. How
many posters did they create altogether?

56
• Harry bought 5 items from the school book store.
Each item cost less than 3.00. What is the
least amount of change he will receive from a 20
bill?
• Explain

57
• There are 28 students in Mr. Rowes class. There
are 6 more girls than boys. How many boys and
girls are there in his class?