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1 Part Whole Numbers. Which number below is a factor of 32? Which set does NOT contain any multiples of? 24, 36, 42, 54 2, 5, 20, 24, 6, 34, 42 6, 0, 4, 2. Which set of numbers below does NOT include any factors of 20? 2, 4, 20 2, 5, 0 3, 6, 9 5, 0, Which of the following is a prime number? Which number below is a multiple of six? Which has the same value as 72 6? 70 x 6 2 x x 2 x 6 70 x Page
2 7. Which is the same as 2 54? Divide 2, ,200 2, Multiply 6, ,25,756 20,56 24,56 9. Multiply ,36 32,735 4, 635 4, Divide 3, What value of n makes the equation true below? What value of n makes this number sentence true? 320 n What is equal to,000? 463 R 0 ones tens 464 R4 0 hundreds 465 R3 0 thousands 202 Page 2
3 5. What is equal to,000,000? 00 thousands,000 thousands 0 ten thousands,000 ten thousands 6. Which shows 4 hundred thousands, 5 thousands, 7 hundreds, and 9 tens? 405, , , , Which shows twenty three thousand, sixty two in standard form? 2,362 20,362 23,026 23, Which of the following is closest to 92?, Which of the following is closest to ?,000 2,000 3,000 4, Add 472,56 9, , ,20 492, ,220. Which list shows the numbers in order from least to greatest? 5,00 5, ,00 B 5, , , ,00 5,00 50, ,00 5,00 50, Subtract 67,02, , , 355 5, , Page 3
4 Part 2 Fractions and Decimals No Calculator 23. Francis measured the rainfall last night as fifty hundredths of an inch. Which is another correct way to write this number? 0.05 inches 26. Which of the following represents 0.25? 0.50 inches 50 inches 5000 inches 24. Which sentence below is true? Which of the following best represents the location of point X on the number line below? X 25. Which of the following is the same as? Page 4
5 2. Which point on the number line below best represents the location of? A B C D 29. What number goes in the box to make the statement below true? A B C D Emily is using fraction strips like the ones below to do her homework Which statement is true? Which of the following is equivalent to 2? Page 5
6 32. Which best describes the shaded part of the drawing below? 34. Which lists the numbers in order from least to greatest?,,,,,, 2,, 33. Which shows the fractions in order from least to greatest?,, 35. What point appears to be located at 0.4 on the number line? A B C D 0,, A B,, C D,, 202 Page 6
7 36. Which fraction is greater than? 39. Subtract 37. Which of the following best represents the location of Point V? 40. Todd used the cheeses listed below to make pizza. cup pepper jack cup cheddar cup mozzarella What was the total amount of cheese Todd used to make the pizza? cups cups 3. Add cups cups 202 Page 7
8 4. What value of n makes the equation below true? 42. Which of the following has the same value as 5? Page
9 Part Maria had 32 stuffed animals. She put 6 stuffed animals on each shelf of her bookcase. What is the least number of shelves the bookcase could have had? 46. The square grid below represents one whole. Which best represents the shaded part of the grid? There are 6 ounces in one pound. How many ounces are in 25 pounds? If the number sentence below is true, which of the following is also true? 5, ,760 5, , , What shows the word form of 42.32? forty two and thirty two tenths forty two and thirty two hundredths four thousand, two hundred thirty two four hundred twenty three and two tenths 4. What number is equivalent to 0.0? 202 Page 9
10 50. Which fraction bars show that is equal to? 49. Matt and Sara had equally sized pies. Matt ate of his pie. Sara ate of her pie. Which sentence is true? Matt ate more pie than Sara because is greater than. Sara ate more pie than Matt because is greater than. Matt and Sara each ate the same amount of pie because equal to. is 5. Which of the following shows exactly of the group shaded? Matt and Sara together ate half of a pie because and add up to one half. 202 Page 0
11 52. Florence is making a sail for a toy boat. The sail needs to be 4 cm wide. Which measure would be most useful in making the sail? to the nearest millimeter to the nearest decimeter to the nearest meter to the nearest kilometer 55. What is the length of a rectangle with a width of 4 centimeters and a perimeter of 2 centimeters? 7 centimeters 0 centimeters 20 centimeters 24 centimeters 53. Which of the following is equal to 0 minutes? hour 60 minutes 6 hours 4 hours 3 hours hour 56. What is the width of a rectangle with a length of 5 inches and a perimeter of 6 inches? 2 inches 3 inches inches 2 inches 54. Which measure is equal to 3 meters? meter00 centimeters 3 centimeters 30 centimeters 300 centimeters 3000 centimeters 57. What is the side of a square if its area is 9 square centimeters? 3 cm 6 cm 2 cm 27 cm 202 Page
12 5. What is the side of a square if its perimeter is 20cm? 4 cm 5 cm 6. Which of the following appears to have more than one line of symmetry? 40 cm 0 cm 59. Triangle ABC is an equilateral triangle. Two of the sides of the triangle each measures 3 inches in length. What is the length of the third side of the triangle? 3 inches 4 inches 5 inches 6 inches 60. What is the area of the rectangle shown below? 4 cm 62. What is the perimeter of the figure below? 4 feet 6 feet 3 cm 4 feet 24 square centimeters 4 square centimeters 2 square centimeters 7 square centimeters 2 feet feet 24 feet 36 feet 2 feet 2 feet 202 Page 2
13 63. Some students want to put lights on a wire around the perimeter of their school garden. 3 ft 65. Which of the following best represents a right angle? 3 ft 6 feet 2 ft feet What is the least amount of wire needed to go around the perimeter of the garden? 4 feet 34 feet 26 feet 66. Which triangle appears to be equilateral? 7 feet 64. Which line appears to be parallel with AB? C E D A F B DF BE CE CD 202 Page 3
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