1.   Write 400 + 80 + 2 in standard form.
A. four hundred twenty-eight B. four hundred eighty-two
C. 482 D. 400802
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2.   Round 5,601 to the nearest thousand.
A. 5,600 B. 5,000
C. 5,610 D. 6,000
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A. B. 0.03
C. D. 3
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4.   Find the sum.

A. \$441 B. \$541
C. \$451 D. \$551
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5.   Find the difference.

A. 5 B. 59
C. 61 D. 69
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6.   Estimate. Round to the nearest ten or use compatible numbers.

A. 90 − 30 = 50 B. 95 − 25 = 70
C. 50 − 25 = 25 D. 100 − 20 = 75
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7.   Vanessa runs 4 miles each day for 4 days. How many miles does she run in all?
A. 16 B. 8
C. 12 D. 20
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8.   Select the array that describes the multiplication sentence.

1 × 6 = ___

A. B.
C. D.
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9.   Lucilla paid \$8 for a notebook, \$3 for a pen, and \$36 for a bookpack. Which number sentence shows how much she spent altogether?
A. \$20 – \$8 – \$d = \$3; \$4 B. \$20 – \$8 – \$3 = d; \$4
C. (\$d × 3) + \$8 = \$20; \$4 D. \$8 + \$3 + d = \$20; \$4
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10.   A builder built 5 houses with the same number of doors. One house has 3 doors, 2 houses have 6 doors, and 3 houses have 9 doors. How many doors will 5 houses have? Make a table to solve the problem. Write a rule.
A. 12; Multiply by 4. B. 18; Multiply by 6.
C. 15; Multiply by 3. D. 14; Add 4.
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11.   Alex's mother drives 10 more miles to work than his father does. Use the function table to find how many miles Alex's mother drives than his father drives for 3, 6, 9, and 12 miles.

 Rule: Δ + 10 Input (Δ) Output () 3 6 9 12

A. 2, 1, 4, 7 B. 13, 14, 15, 16
C. 13, 16, 19, 22 D. 7, 4, 1, 2
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12.   Find the perimeter of the figure.

A. 12 m B. 6 m
C. 24 m D. 23 m
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13.   Find the unknown side length if the figure has a perimeter of 31 cm.

A. The unknown is 5 cm. B. The unknown is 6 cm.
C. The unknown is 11 cm. D. The unknown is 4 cm.
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14.   Billy has 8 quarts of milk. Which statement is true?
A. Billy has less than 8 pints of milk. B. Billy has less than 8 cups of milk.
C. Billy has more than a gallon of milk. D. Billy has less than a gallon of milk.
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15.   Ounce is the most appropriate unit for measuring which two objects?

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16.   The volume of a wireless thermometer is 15 cubic units. The length is 5 units and the width is 3 units. What is the height of the thermometer? Use models if needed.

A. 1 unit B. 3 units
C. 7 units D. 5 units
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17.   How many edges does the figure have?

A. 12 B. 4
C. 8 D. 10
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18.   Into how many parts is the figure divided? Does the figure show parts that are equal or not equal?

A. 2 equal parts B. 3 unequal parts
C. 3 equal parts D. 2 unequal parts
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19.   Ken draws a figure and divides it into sixths. What could his figure look like?
A. B.
C. D.
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20.   What point is on the number line?

A. D B. C
C. B D. A
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