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100 200 400 300 400 Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice 4 300 200 400 200 100 500 100

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Row 1, Col 1 3.2 ÷0.2 = 16

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1,2 Greg and Sam ordered a pizza for lunch. Greg ate of the 3/4 pizza, and Sam ate of the 1/8 pizza. How much of the whole pizza was eaten by Greg and Sam? 7/8

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1,3 Carl needs 2 2/3 cups of flour to make a certain cake. He only has 3/8 cup of flour in the pantry. How many more cups of flour does Carl need for the cake? 2 7/24 cups

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1,4 Mrs. Chan purchased 2 oranges at lunch every day for 9 days. The oranges cost $0.49 each. To the nearest dollar, how much did Mrs. Chan pay for all the oranges? $9.00

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2,1 0.3)0.312 1.04

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2,2 Karl earns $8.50 per hour at his part-time job. Last week he worked 18 hours. This week he worked 14 hours. What is the total amount of money that Karl earned for working these two weeks? $272

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2,3 A 2 Which of the following is the greatest common factor of 6 and 10 ?

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2,4 G Which of the following figures most closely shows 25% shaded?

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3,1 3/10 or 0.3 Which number is equivalent to 30%?

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3,2 According to the table, which shows the ratio of the number of red calculators to the number of blue calculators? 14/8

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3,3 Andrea is buying a rectangular rug that is 3 feet wide and 4 feet long. What is the total area that the rug will cover? 14 square feet

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3,4 Which correctly describes triangle PQR ? Acute

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4,1 Which is equivalent to 1 liter? (In millimeters) 1,000 millimeters

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4,2 In the circle shown, Point T is the center of the circle and Point R is on the circle. Which is closest to the circumference of circle T ? D 34.54

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4,3 J Which of the following angles measures 180°?

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4,4 A deck of 50 cards for a math game has 9 red cards, 13 blue cards, 18 green cards, and 10 yellow cards. What is the probability that a card randomly selected from the deck will be a blue card? 26%

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5,1 Look at the table. What was the mean number of lunches sold last week? 118

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5,2 What is the median of the following list of numbers? 33, 21, 42, 19, 42, 12 27

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5,3 Look at the table. What is the range for the number of miles driven? 198

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5,4 Ivan has a fair number cube numbered 1 through 6. He will roll the cube one time. What is the probability that the number shown on the top face is a 2 ? 1/6

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