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**How is eight thousand, seventy-six written in standard form?**- 8067
- 8076
- 8706
- 8760

**Which of the following is the same as 8024?**- eight hundred twenty-four
- eight thousand twenty-four
- eight thousand two hundred four
- eighty thousand two hundred four

**Which set of numbers is in order from greatest to least?**- 147, 163, 234, 275
- 275, 234, 163, 147
- 275, 163, 234, 147
- 163, 275, 234, 147

**Which number has a 4 in the tens place and a 4 in the hundreds place?**- 6424
- 6244
- 4462
- 6442

**Which digit is in the hundreds place in the number 3174?**- 1
- 3
- 4
- 7

**What does the 3 represent in the number below?**- 3
- 30
- 300
- 3000

**Which of these is eight hundred seven?**- 8007
- 870
- 807
- 8070

**Which number has the same digit in both the ones place and the hundreds place?**- 3308
- 4118
- 5977
- 6242

**What is 1413 rounded to the nearest hundred?**- 1000
- 1400
- 1410
- 1500

**Sophie has 527 seashells in her collection. Which of these equals 527?**- 5 + 2 + 7
- 5 + 20 + 700
- 500 + 20 + 7
- 500 + 200 + 70

**Which number is 4000 + 80 + 5?**- 458
- 485
- 4085
- 4805

**Which number means 1000 + 600 + 8?**- 168
- 1068
- 1608
- 1680

**What is the difference?****Reggie compared the prices of two radios. The table below shows the prices.****How much more does Brand B cost than Brand A?**- $3.24
- $3.26
- $3.34
- $3.36

**Adam has $5.00 to buy an airplane that costs $4.28. How much change should he get back?**- 70¢
- 72¢
- 75¢
- 82¢

**Carmen bought these three things.****What was the total cost of these three items?**- $9.30
- $9.20
- $8.30
- $8.20

**Lisa rented 4 videotapes for $4.80. How much did each tape cost to rent?**- $1.20
- $8.80
- $12.00
- $19.20

**Four children earned $50 from selling cookies. They decided to divide the money equally. How much money did each of the four children get?**- $10.00
- $12.50
- $46.00
- $125.00

**If each ball costs $1.54, how much must Kyoko pay for three balls?**- $4.62
- $15.40
- $31.54
- $46.20

- 0.01
- 0.1
- 0.110
- 1.0

- 5218
- 5328
- 6782
- 12,782

**Look at the number sentence below.****Which number will make the number sentence true?**- 54
- 56
- 64
- 68

**Which number is 6 more than 1026?**- 1022
- 1032
- 1122
- 1132

**The town of Milburg has 5256 grown-ups and 2987 children. How many people live in Milburg?**- 7133
- 8133
- 8243
- 8343

- 229
- 239
- 371
- 775

**There were 3409 pieces of candy in a jar. If 145 pieces were red and the rest were blue, how many were blue?**- 3244
- 3264
- 3344
- 3364

**The figure below is a model for the multiplication sentence.****Which division sentence is modeled by the same figure?****Lily did this division problem.****Which problem could she do to check her answer?****Reese and Jay each correctly used a different number sentence to solve the same problem. Reese used this number sentence:****Which of the following number sentences could Jay have used?****A company has 6 big trucks. Each truck has 18 wheels. How many wheels is this in all?**- 24
- 96
- 108
- 116

**On Friday, 1250 people visited the zoo. Three times as many people visited on Saturday than on Friday. How many people visited the zoo on Saturday?**- 3615
- 3650
- 3750
- 3753

**Third-grade students went to a concert in 8 buses. Each bus took 45 students. How many students went to the concert?**- 320
- 360
- 380
- 3240

**There are 124 students making 3 stars each for the school wall. How many stars will they make all together?**- 127
- 357
- 362
- 372

**How much is nine times four hundred fifty-eight?**- 4042
- 4122
- 4311
- 4589

**Six students were sitting at each table in the lunch room. There are 34 tables. How many students were sitting in the lunch room?**- 208
- 204
- 188
- 1,824

- 5055
- 9055
- 9235
- 9285

**During Field Day, 1624 students from Glen Hill School were equally divided into 8 different events. How many students were in each event?**- 203
- 206
- 221
- 224

**Jason has 225 rocks in his rock collection. He divides the rocks into five equal piles. How many rocks are in each pile?**- 40
- 45
- 50
- 55

**What number can be multiplied by 5768 to give the answer 5768?**- 0
- 1
- 2
- 10

**Which number sentence is true?****Mr. Brown bought 6 towels. All the towels were the same price. The total cost was $84. How much money did each towel cost?**- $11
- $14
- $78
- $504

**Tony had $20. He paid $8 for a ticket to a baseball game. At the game, he bought a hot dog for $3. What amount of money did Tony have then?**- $5
- $9
- $11
- $15

**In one week, an airplane pilot flew 1134 miles on Tuesday and 1475 miles on Thursday. If the pilot flies the same number of miles 3 weeks in a row, how many miles does he fly in all?**- 3402
- 4425
- 6818
- 7827

**Mr. Guzman bought 48 doughnuts packed equally into 4 boxes. Which number sentence shows how to find the number of doughnuts in each box?****The Sumata family took a five-day vacation by car. Each day they drove 250 miles. Which number sentence could be used to find out how many total miles they drove?****If Mai bought apples for $2.50 and she paid with a $10 bill, which expression shows the correct amount of change?****Mr. Carter drove 25 miles on Monday. On Tuesday he drove 30 miles, and on Wednesday he drove 15 miles. Which number sentence can be used to find the total number of miles he drove?****Which statement shows twice as much as 8?****Which expression shows 3 less than 20?****What number makes this number sentence true?**- 3
- 4
- 5
- 6

**What number makes this number sentence true?**- 18
- 19
- 16
- 17

**Which sign goes in the box to make the number sentence true?****Which of the following is used to find out how many inches are in 5 feet?****Marcia spent 300 minutes working on her science project. How many hours did she spend on her science project?**- 5 hours
- 6 hours
- 25 hours
- 220 hours

**If 7 × 11 × 13 = 1001, then what is 11 × 7 × 13?**- 77
- 91
- 143
- 1001

**One stamp costs 34¢. Two stamps cost 68¢. Three stamps cost $1.02. If the cost of each stamp remains the same, how much would 4 stamps cost?**- $1.26
- $1.34
- $1.36
- $12.16

**The table shows the number of colored pencils needed for different numbers of students.****If each student gets the same number of pencils, how many are needed for 6 students?**- 22
- 24
- 26
- 27

**If bananas cost 35¢ per pound, how much will 4 pounds cost?**- $0.39
- $1.20
- $1.29
- $1.40

**If oranges are on sale for 3 for $1.00, how much will 6 oranges cost?**- $2.00
- $3.00
- $6.00
- $9.00

**How much will 4 erasers and 3 pencils cost?**- 48¢
- 72¢
- $1.20
- $2.52

**Look at the linear pattern below.****What number comes next in this pattern?**- 19
- 20
- 21
- 22

**Which of the following objects is heavier than 1 pound?****Which is the BEST unit to use to measure the length of a paper clip?**- inches
- feet
- yards
- miles

**What is the area of this figure?**- 2 square units
- 3 square units
- 4 square units
- 6 square units

**What is the volume of this solid figure made with cubes?**- 10 cubic units
- 17 cubic units
- 20 cubic units
- 22 cubic units

**A rectangle is 6 inches long and 4 inches wide. What is the area of the rectangle?**- 24 square inches
- 30 square inches
- 74 square inches
- 120 square inches

**A basketball court is shaped like a rectangle 20 meters long and 10 meters wide.****What is the perimeter in meters of the court?**- 30 meters
- 50 meters
- 60 meters
- 200 meters

**What is the perimeter of the figure?**- 18 inches
- 22 inches
- 24 inches
- 32 inches

**Look at the polygon below.****What is the perimeter of the polygon?**- 16 cm
- 20 cm
- 24 cm
- 28 cm

**Each side of this hexagon is 4 inches long.****What is the perimeter in inches of the hexagon?**- 24 inches
- 20 inches
- 16 inches
- 10 inches

**There are 1,000 meters in 1 kilometer. How many meters are in 5 kilometers?**- 1,000 meters
- 50 meters
- 200 meters
- 5,000 meters

**How many inches are in 2 feet 5 inches?**- 17
- 24
- 25
- 29

**Which of these is a hexagon?****Which sign is shaped like a pentagon?****The figure below is what shape?**- square
- triangle
- octagon
- hexagon

**Which of the following shapes is a hexagon?****An isosceles triangle MUST have**- 4 sides that are the same length.
- 3 sides that are the same length.
- 2 sides that are the same length.
- no sides that are the same length.

**What measurement is missing on the equilateral triangle below?**- 1 inch
- 7 inches
- 14 inches
- 49 inches

**One side of a rectangle is 8 feet long. Another side of the rectangle is 10 feet long. What are the lengths of the other 2 sides of the rectangle?**- They could be any length.
- 10 feet and 8 feet
- 10 feet and 10 feet
- 8 feet and 8 feet

**How many right angles are in a rectangle?**- 1
- 2
- 3
- 4

**Which figure always has 4 equal sides?**- circle
- hexagon
- rectangle
- square

**Look at the four angles marked on the picture of a house.****Which angle is a right angle?**- angle 1
- angle 2
- angle 3
- angle 4

**In the picture, which numbered angle measures LESS than a right angle?**- 1
- 2
- 3
- 4

**Which object is a cylinder?****Which shapes make up this solid object?**- cone and cylinder
- circle and triangle
- triangle and cylinder
- rectangle, triangle, and circle

**Miriam put 10 marbles in a paper sack. Six of the marbles were black, three were gray, and one was white.****Miriam closed her eyes and took one marble out of the sack. Is it certain, likely, unlikely, or impossible that the marble she picked was white?**- certain
- likely
- unlikely
- impossible

**There are 12 gumballs in a gumball machine. There are 1 red, 6 yellow, 2 green, and 3 blue gumballs. What color is MOST likely to come out of the machine next?**- red
- yellow
- green
- blue

**A spinner landed on “Red” 6 times, “Blue” 4 times, and “Green” 5 times. Which tally chart shows these results?****A group of children tossed a coin 10 times. The coin landed on heads 4 times and tails 6 times. Which tally chart shows these tosses?****Lin asked her classmates to name their favorite art activity. Three classmates like drawing, 8 classmates like painting, and 12 like pottery.**

Which of the following charts shows Lin’s information?**Danny tossed 2 nickels 10 times. The results are shown in the tally chart below.****Which graph shows these results?****Josie, Mary, and Susana were tossing a coin to see how many times it would land on tails. They each tossed the coin 10 times and recorded their results with tally marks.****Which graph shows their results?**