1. Write the number of tens and ones in 52. A. 5 tens 2 ones B. 5 hundreds 2 ones C. 2 tens 5 ones D. 5 tens 5 ones Hint 2. Write the number of tens and ones in 79. A. 7 tens 9 ones B. 7 tens C. 7 tens 7 ones D. 9 tens 7 ones Hint 3. Suppose you start at 10 and skip-count until you get to 24. Is the pattern skip-counting by 4s? Explain. A. No; you skip the even numbers and 24 is even. B. No; if you start at 10 and skip-count by 4s, you will get 22 and 26 but not 24. C. Yes; when you get to the 20s, you will count 20, 22, 24, 26, and 28. D. Yes; when you get to the 20s, you will count 20, 24, and 28. Hint 4. What is the place of the 0 in 19,208? What is the value of the digit? A. tens; 20 B. ones; 208 C. ones; 0 D. tens; 0 Hint 5. Compare. Use >, <, or =.4,112 ___ 4,089 A. < B. all of these C. > D. = Hint 6. Manuel ran for 138 yards in a football game. Jarred ran for 153 yards. Who ran for more yards? Why? A. both Jarred and Manuel; 1 hundred = 1 hundred B. Jarred; 5 tens > 3 tens C. Manuel; 8 ones > 3 ones D. Jarred; 5 tens < 3 tens Hint 7. Order 253; 301; 340 from least to greatest. A. 340; 253; 301 B. 340; 301; 253 C. 253; 340; 301 D. 253; 301; 340 Hint 8. Order 4,405; 405; 450 from least to greatest. A. 405; 450; 4,405 B. 4,405; 450; 405 C. 4,405; 405; 450 D. 450; 405; 4,405 Hint 9. Round 43 to the nearest ten. A. 4 B. 50 C. 30 D. 40 Hint 10. Round 452 to the nearest hundred. A. 45 B. 400 C. 500 D. 450 Hint 11. Is there more than one way to make 7¢? Explain. A. Yes; either 7 pennies or1 nickel, 2 pennies will make 7¢. B. Yes; either 7 pennies or 1 dime, 2 pennies will make 7¢. C. No; you cannot make 7¢ without a nickel. D. No; only 7 pennies will make 7¢. Hint 12. Write 400 + 80 + 2 in standard form. A. 400802 B. four hundred eighty-two C. four hundred twenty-eight D. 482 Hint 13. Write 928 in expanded form and in word form. A. 9,000 + 20 + 8; nine thousand, twenty-eight B. 900 + 20 + 8; nine hundred twenty-eight C. 920 + 8; ninety-two hundred eight D. 9,000 + 20 + 8; nine hundred, twenty-eight Hint 14. Write 73,005 in expanded form and in word form. A. 70,000 + 3,000 + 5; seventy-three thousand, five B. 7,000 + 300 + 5; seven thousand, three hundred five C. 70,000 + 3,000 + 500; seventy-three thousand, five hundred D. 70,000 + 3,000 + 50; seventy-three thousand, fifty Hint 15. Round 8,097 to the nearest thousand. A. 8,970 B. 8,000 C. 9,000 D. 8,100 Hint 16. Round 6,500 to the nearest thousand. A. 7,000 B. 650 C. 6,000 D. 6,500 Hint 17. Jason makes groups of 5 marbles, 8 marbles, 11 marbles, and then 14 marbles. Predict how many marbles he will put in the next group if he keeps with his pattern. A. 17 marbles B. 43 marbles C. 15 marbles D. 16 marbles Hint 18. What is the value of the bills and coins? A. \$7.17 B. \$3.17 C. \$7.32 D. \$6.17 Hint