1.   Order the numbers from greatest to least.

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

A. 2,432; 2,342; 3,422; 4,232;
B. 4,232; 3,422; 2,432; 2,342
C. 4,232; 3,422; 2,342; 2,432
D. 3,422; 4,232; 2,432; 2,342
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2.   Find the value of the expression if m = 4.

9 − (m + 2)

A. 9 + (4 + 2) = 15 B. 9 − 4 = 5
C. 9 − (4 + 2) = 3 D. 9 − 4 + 2 = 7
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3.   Write an expression for the situation.

62 minus c

A. 62 − c c B. 62 − c
C. 62 + c D. c − 62
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4.   Solve 15 − d = 9 mentally.
A. d = 3 B. d = 6
C. d = 24 D. d = 9
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5.   Find the next three numbers in the pattern

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

A. 20, 10, 0 B. 20, 15, 10
C. 20, 30, 40 D. 60, 50, 40
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6.   The amounts collected for tickets are shown. How much would be collected for 15, 20, and 25 tickets?

 Number of Tickets Amount Collected 5 \$10 10 \$20 15  20  25 

A. \$25, \$30, \$35 B. \$30, \$50, \$70
C. \$30, \$40, \$50 D. \$30, \$35, \$40
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7.   The graph shows the results of a survey of the types of music students like. What can you say to compare the number of students who like Rap music, New Age and Rock music?

A. Fewer students like Rock music than Rap. B. Fewer students like Rock music than New Age.
C. Fewer students like Rock music than Rap or New Age. D. More students like Rock music than Rap and New Age combined.
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8.   Estimate. Round to the tens place.

A. 20 + 10 = 30 B. 30 + 20 = 50
C. 30 + 10 = 40 D. 50 + 20 = 70
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9.   Mrs. Harper recorded the heights (in inches) of the students on the basketball team.

 58 58 52 60 58 58 56 58 60 60 56 58 60 56 60

Which tally chart fits the table?

A.
 Height (inches) Tally 52 | 56 || 58 |||| .| 60 ||
B.
 Height (inches) Tally 52 | 56 || 58 |||| 60 ||||
C.
 Height (inches) Tally 52 | 56 ||| 58 |||| .| 60 ||||
D.
 Height (inches) Tally 60 | 58 ||| 56 |||| .| 52 ||||
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10.   The graph shows the usual chores students do. What is the most common chore to do?

A. make bed B. do dishes
C. clean room D. trash
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11.   Complete the number sentence.

9 + 9 + ∅ + 9 = 9 × 4

A. 36 B. 9
C. 4 D. 0
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12.   Which array shows equal groups of 2?
A. B.
C. D.
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13.   The number pattern below is formed by skip counting. Find the missing numbers in the pattern.

5, 9, 13, 17, ∅, ∅, 29, 33

A. 18, 19 B. 21, 26
C. 21, 25 D. 20, 25
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14.   Divide. Use a related mutliplication fact.

10 ÷ 2

A. 5 B. 2
C. 3 D. 10
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15.   Find 80 ÷ 10.
A. 8 B. 7
C. 9 D. 10
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16.   Find 7 × \$40.
A. \$280 B. \$47
C. \$240 D. \$740
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17.   A ride at the state fair has 18 cars that each hold 8 people. How many people can go on the ride at one time?
A. 144 B. 156
C. 146 D. 266
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18.   Find the next number in the pattern.

24, 22, 20, 18, 16, ___

A. 16 B. 10
C. 12 D. 14
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19.   Multiply. Use basic facts and patterns.

4 × 4

4 × 40

4 × 400

4 × 4,000

A. 44; 440; 4,400; 44,000 B. 44; 444; 4,444; 44,444
C. 160; 1,600; 16,000; 160,000 D. 16; 160; 1,600; 16,000
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20.   Show how to find the product of 6 and 1,050 using the Distributive Property.
A. 6 × 1,050 = (6 × 1,000) + (6 × 500)

6,000 + 3,000 = 9,000

B. 6 × 1,050 = (6 × 1,000) + 50

6,000 + 50 = 6,050

C. 6 × 1,050 = (6 × 1,000) + (6 × 50)

6,000 + 300 = 6,300

D. 6 × 1,050 = (6 × 1,000) + (6 × 5)

6,000 + 30 = 6,030

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