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Row 1, Col 1 6.48÷4= 1.62

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1,2 Last year, Linda scored at least 16 points in every basketball game in which she played. She played in a total of 13 games last year. What is the least number of points she could have scored last year? 208

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1,3 What is the sum of 3 1/4 and 3 1/3? 6 7/12

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1,4 A group planted 3,619 flowers last year. This year, they planted 2,485 flowers. How many more flowers did the group plant last year than this year? 1,134

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2,1 A male Siberian tiger is 3.3 meters long. A female Siberian tiger is 2.6 meters long. What is the difference in these lengths? 0.7 Meters

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2,2 846÷7= *Answer will have a remainder 120 R6

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2,3 6.907

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2,4 1/6

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3,1 423

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3,2 The first week a printer was used, it produced 34,581 pages. The next week the printer produced 40,586 pages. What was the total number of pages the printer produced in these two weeks? 75,167

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3,3 What is the place value of the 7 in 594.237 ? Thousandths

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3,4 How is 0.372 written in words? Three hundred seventy-two thousandths

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4,1 The picture shows a rectangular garden Jerri and Samantha are planning for their science project. What is the perimeter of the garden? 48 Feet

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4,2 Anita and her family drove to Virginia Beach. They left home at 9:15 a.m. They arrived at Virginia Beach at 5:17 p.m. Which of the following is closest to the total time it took them to drive from home to Virginia Beach? C. 8 hours and 2 minutes

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4,3 Which two types of angles are used to form this triangle? Acute and Right

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4,4 The area of the field shown in the picture is 12 H. Square yards

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5,1 The picture shows six points on a grid. Which three points can be connected to form a right angle? A Points T, L, and N B Points L, P, and T C Points N, O, and P D Points M, O, and P D. Points M, O and P

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5,2 The picture below shows all the faces of a solid. Which solid could be formed by the faces shown? F

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5,3 Celeste has a 12-sided solid with sides numbered 1 through 12. What is the probability that she will roll a 4, 5, or 6 on the first roll? 3/12

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5,4 The stem-and-leaf plot shows the grades some students in Mr. Castillos class earned on their last math quiz. Based on data in the stem-and-leaf plot, what is the total number of students who earned a grade of 70 or higher on their last math quiz? 12

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