1.   Compare. Use >, <, or =.

20,004,502 ___ 20,040,502

A. > B. =
C. < D. none
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2.   Order the numbers from greatest to least.

2,342; 3,422; 4,232; 2,432

A. 4,232; 3,422; 2,432; 2,342
B. 2,432; 2,342; 3,422; 4,232;
C. 3,422; 4,232; 2,432; 2,342
D. 4,232; 3,422; 2,342; 2,432
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3.   Which number is the greatest?

630,871; 657,843, 567,900, 629,577

A. 567,900 B. 657,843
C. 629,577 D. 630,871
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4.   Round 63,820 to the thousands place.
A. 63,800 B. 64,000
C. 60,000 D. 63,000
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5.   Write an expression for the situation.

three more than y

A. y + 3 B. y + y + y
C. y − 3 D. 3 − y
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6.   Solve p + 8 = 19 mentally.
A. p = 11 B. p = 27
C. p = 9 D. p = 7
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7.   Solve s − 8 = 14 mentally.
A. s = 14 B. s = 6
C. s = 22 D. s = 8
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8.   If m − 4 = 11, what is the value of m?
A. 19 B. 11
C. 4 D. 15
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9.   Find the next three numbers in the pattern

 Input (m) 60 50 40 30 20 10 Output (n) 50 40 30   

A. 60, 50, 40 B. 20, 15, 10
C. 20, 10, 0 D. 20, 30, 40
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10.   Estimate. Round to the tens.

\$54 + \$21

A. \$75 + \$25 = \$100 B. \$50 + \$30 = \$80
C. \$50 + \$20 = \$70 D. \$60 + \$30 = \$90
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11.   Kayla wants to buy a DVD movie that costs \$23 and a music CD that costs \$18. She has \$32. About how much more money does she need to buy the items?
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12.   Solve.

A. \$15 B. \$14
C. \$16 D. \$33
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13.   Imelda’s vacation webpage received 84 hits over the weekend. On Saturday, she recorded 37 hits. How many hits were there on Sunday?
A. 47 B. 121
C. 57 D. 37
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14.   Find the number that completes the number sentence. Then identify the property or rule.

12 − __ = 12

A. 0; Subtraction Rule
B. 12; Commutative Property of Addition
C. 0; Identity Property of Addition
D. 0; Associative Property of Addition
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51 + 22 + 9

A. 82 B. 72
C. 92 D. 81
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16.   Estimate. Round to the indicated place value.

1,478 + 209; hundreds

A. 1,600 + 200 = 1,800 B. 1,500 + 200 = 1,700
C. 1,400 + 200 = 1,600 D. 1,480 + 210 = 1,690
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17.   Estimate. Round to the indicated place value.

42,420 − 5,789; thousands

A. 50,000 − 5,000 = 45,000 B. 42,000 − 5,000 = 37,000
C. 42,000 − 6,000 = 36,000 D. 50,000 − 6,000 = 34,000
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18.   Logan wants to save for a video game system. The table shows what each costs. About how much will he have to save?

 Item Cost Game system \$209 Game \$49

A. \$300 + \$50 = \$350 B. \$200 + \$50 = \$250
C. \$300 + \$100 = \$400 D. \$200 + \$100 = \$300
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19.   In which sum will you need to regroup when you add?
A. B.
C. D.
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20.   Solve.

A. 436 B. 476
C. 376 D. 440
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