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# 1.Kate is 3 years older than Heidi. Their ages added together are 21 years. How old is each girl? a.Kate: 18 yr; Heidi: 15 yr b.Kate: 13 yr; Heidi: 10.

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1.Kate is 3 years older than Heidi. Their ages added together are 21 years. How old is each girl? a.Kate: 18 yr; Heidi: 15 yr b.Kate: 13 yr; Heidi: 10 yr c.Kate: 12 yr; Heidi: 9 yr d.Kate: 11yr; Heidi: 10 yr 2.Which shows the numbers ordered from greatest to least? a.45,092; 45,902; 45,029; 45,920 b.37,902; 37,920; 37,092; 37,029 c.26,029; 26,092; 26,902; 26,920 d.12,920; 12,902; 12,092; 12,029 3. About 875 people passed through a toll booth on Wednesday, 732 people on Thursday, and 901 people on Friday. About how many people passed through this toll booth in all? 4.Ted is playing a game on a checkerboard. He moves his piece forward 4 squares, left 3 squares, backward 2 squares, and right 3 squares. How many squares does he have to move to be back where he started? a.0b. 1c. 2d. 3 5.Which number is the most reasonable estimate of the sum? 136 + 785 + 205 a.1,400b. 1,100 c.1,000d. 900 6.What is the missing number in the pattern? 7, 10, 13, 16, ___, 22

1.Which line shows the numbers ordered from least to greatest? a.63,248; 63,284; 63,824 b.24,824; 24,284; 24,248 c.17,824; 17,248; 17,284 d.9,284; 9,248; 9,824 2.Marchand has saved \$6.00. Which items can he buy? Ball \$2.49Kite \$3.99 Frisbee \$2.00Book \$3.95 a.A kite and a book b. A ball and a kite c. A book and frisbee d. A book and ball 3.What is the word form of 756,004? a.Seven hundred fifty-six thousand, four hundred b.Seven thousand, fifty-six hundred, four c.Seven hundred fifty-six thousand, forty d.Seven hundred fifty-six thousand, four 4.Willy collected 3,542 pop tops from aluminum cans. Round this number to the nearest thousand. a.3,000b. 3,500 c.4,000d. 4,500 5.A dolphin at the Dolphin Research Center ate about 720 pounds of silverside, 990 pounds of capelin, and 950 pounds of herring in three months. About how many pounds of fish did the dolphin eat in all? 6.At two years old, a child is about one- half as tall as he or she will be as an adult. Bobbie is two years old and is 34 inches tall. About how tall will she probably be as an adult? a. About 34 inches b. About 68 inches c. About 78 inches d. About 80 inches

1.Which shows the amounts in order from greatest to least? a.\$38.70; \$46.72; \$64.50 b.\$54.70; \$54.35; \$54.28 c.\$68.50; \$68.79; \$64.30 d.\$74.34; \$17.80; \$21.56 2.Mars is the fourth planet in the solar system. It orbits the sun at an average rate of 53,859 miles per hour. Round this number to the nearest thousand. 3.Which number rounds to 7,000? a.5,960b. 6,535 c.7,999d. 8,354 4. Jon has 4,326 baseball cards and Antoine has 5,639 baseball cards. If they combine their collections, would they have more or less than Stevens collection of 9,845 cards? 5.Which is the answer if you round the numbers to the nearest thousand and then subtract? a.5,0006,709 b.4,000 - 4,206 c.3,000 d.2,000 6.Mr. Smith saved \$3,228 and purchased a motorcycle for \$2,988. How much did he have left for his helmet? 7.What number comes after nine million, ninety-nine thousand, ninety-nine? a.Ten million b.Nine million, ninety-nine thousand, one hundred c.Nine million, ninety-nine thousand d.Nine million, one hundred

1.The ballpark recorded the attendance at the opening game as 48,376. Round this number to the nearest thousand. 2.Light travels about 186,000 miles in one second. Which digit is in the ten- thousands place? 3.The Miller family drove 2,578 miles during their vacation. The Brown family went across the country and traveled 5,429 miles. How much farther did the Browns travel? 4.Zelda buys four items that cost \$3.89, \$4.59, \$6.89, and \$3.99. Will her \$20.00 bill be enough to pay for all four items? 5.Zephyr Book Company plans to change their book covers if book sales in 2009 are less than in 2005. Do you predict they will change their book covers in 2009? Explain. 6.Ms. Smiths class collected 4,326 juice cans and 6,859 soda cans. How many more soda cans than juice cans did they collect? 7.Byron had 18 newspapers. He delivered 5 on Fair Way and 7 on Post Road. How many newspapers does he have now? YearSales 2004682,371 2005640,023 2006521,052 2007402,056 2008

1.What is the value of the underlined digit in 352,448? a.4b. 40c. 400d. 4,000 2.The diameter of the Earth at the equator is 12,756 kilometers. Round this number to the nearest thousand. a.12,700b. 12,750 c.13,000d. 13,700 3.What is the standard form for 400,000 + 3,000 + 600 + 3? a.40,363b. 43,603 c.400,363d. 403,603 4.The health club bought new equipment. They bought treadmills for \$2,975 and exercise bikes for \$2,835. How much did they spend? a.\$5,410b. \$5,645 c.\$5,800d. \$5,810 5.The population of Greenville was 48,299. Now it is 54,812. How much has it grown? a.6,513 peopleb. 6,843 people c.6,947 peopled. 7,943 people 6.Round 8,597 to the greatest place value. a.8,000b. 8,600 c.9,000d. 9,600 7.What is the most reasonable estimate of the sum? 478 + 778 + 994 = a.2,000b. 2,100 c.2,300d. 2,500 8.The 25 students in Mrs. Donas class took a trip. The 14 girls boarded the bus first. How many boys were left to board the bus? a. 9 b. 11 c. 14 d. 25

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