Presentation on theme: "1.Which property is used in this sentence? (5 x 2) x 3 = 5 x (2 x 3) a. Associativeb. commutative c.Identityd. Distributive 2. Cinzia spent 5 days of her."— Presentation transcript:
1.Which property is used in this sentence? (5 x 2) x 3 = 5 x (2 x 3) a. Associativeb. commutative c.Identityd. Distributive 2. Cinzia spent 5 days of her vacation at the beach and 9 days of her vacation at her grandparents house. She spent the rest of her 18-day vacation at home. How many days did she spend at home? 3. Kate is 4 years older than Heidi. Their ages added together are 28 years. How old is each girl? a.Kate: 18 yr; Heidi: 14 yr b.Kate: 14 yr; Heidi: 10 yr c.Kate: 23 yr; Heidi: 19 yr d.Kate: 16 yr; Heidi: 12 yr 4. If 485,938 is increased by 10,000, what is the new number in standard form and expanded form? 5. There are 49 seashells divided equally into 7 boxes. Which expression describes how many seashells are in each box? a.49 + 7b. 49 – 7 c.49 x 7d. 49 ÷ 7 6.Round 297,654 to the nearest ten thousand. 7. Which number is the most reasonable estimate of the sum? 296 + 125 + 255 a.700b. 600 c.800d. 500 8. Jordan had 26 boxes of cards. Each box holds 792 cards. How many cards does Jordan have all together? 9. Jason spent $2.06 on candy and $5.79 on gum. How much of his $10.00 allowance did he have left?
1. Each snowball in a snowman is exactly one third as wide as the snowball below it. The snowman is made from 4 snowballs. The top snowball is 3 inches wide. How wide is the bottom snowball? a.7 inchesb. 12 inches c.24 inchesd. 81 inches 2. Marchand has saved $5.00. He wants to buy two items. Which items can he buy? Ball $2.49Kite $3.99 Frisbee $2.00Book $3.95 3. There are 49 seashells in each of 7 boxes. Which expression describes how many seashells are in each box? a.49 + 7b. 49 – 7 c.49 x 7d. 49 ÷ 7 4. Joans car goes 320 miles on a tank of gas. She needs to make a 1,680-mile trip. What is the least number of tanks of gas she will need? a.2b. 3c. 4d. 5 5. Willy collected 3,542 pop tops from aluminum cans. Round this number to the nearest hundred. a.3,000b. 3,500 c.3,600d. 4,000 6.Which property is used in this sentence? 49 x 7 = (40 x 7) + (9 x 7) a.Associativeb. Commutative c.Identityd. Distributive 7. What is the rule? 2, 8, 32, 128, 512 … a.Add 6 b.Multiply by 2 c.Multiply by 4 d.Divide by 4
1. Harry kicked a soccer ball 4 yards farther than Jim. Jim kicked his ball 3 yards less than 20 yards. How far did Harry kick his ball? a.21 yardsb. 22 yards c.23 yardsd. 24 yards 2.Jon has 5,926 baseball cards and Antoine has 7,639 baseball cards. If they combine their collections, would they have more or less than Stevens collection of 12,845 cards? 3. Which property is used in this sentence? 784 x 98 = 98 x 784 a.Associativeb. Commutative c.Identityd. Distributive 4. How much greater than 47,146 is 109,103? 5. What is the value of the underlined digit in 352,448? 6. Which number rounds to 9,000? a.7,960b. 9,535 c.8,999d. 8,354 7.Jason spent $49.32 on clothes and $13.38 on other stuff. About how much of his $100.00 did he have left? 8. There are 49 seashells in one box. Seven of the seashells broke and we threw them away. Which expression describes how many seashells are in the box now? a.49 + 7b. 49 – 7 c.49 x 7d. 49 ÷ 7 9.How do you find the range of a set of data? 10.How do you find the mode of a set of data? 11.How do you find the median of a set of data?
1. What number comes after nine million, nine hundred ninety-nine thousand, ninety-nine? a.Ten million b.Nine million, nine hundred ninety-nine thousand, one hundred c.Nine million, ninety-nine thousand, one hundred d.Nine million, one hundred 2.Zelda buys four items that cost $2.89, $8.59, $3.89, and $5.99. Will her $20.00 bill be enough to pay for all four items? 3. Which property is used in this sentence? (7 + 8) + 9 = 7 + (8 + 9) a.Associativeb. Commutative c.Identityd. Distributive 4. What is the mode of the data? 3535 43 43 35 33 33 5.What is the range of the data above? 6.What is the median of the data above? 7. What is the standard form for the number four million, forty-eight thousand, six? a.400,048,006b. 4,486 c.4,480,600d. 4,48,006 8.Write the answer to number 7 in expanded form. 9.There are 49 seashells in one box and 7 seashells in another box. Which expression describes how many seashells there are all together? a.49 + 7b. 49 – 7 c.49 x 7d. 49 ÷ 7 9.Light travels about 186,000 miles in one second. Which digit is in the hundred thousands place? 10.Round the number in question number 10 to the nearest ten thousands place.
1. I am thinking of a number with 7 hundreds more than 4,339. Which number sentence best describes this number? a. + 700 = 4,339 b. + 70 = 4,339 c.4,339 + 700 = d.4,339 + 70 = 2. Round 45,597 to the greatest place value. a.45,000b. 40,000 c.40,000d. 46,000 3. Which property is used in this sentence? 77 x (3 x 4) = (77 x 3) x4 a.Associativeb. Commutative c.Identityd. Distributive 4. What does it mean when it says that there is duplicated data in a graph or table? 5.Joe bought four tickets. Each ticket was $12.00. How much did he spend on tickets? 6. What is the standard form for 500,000 + 30,000 + 200 + 10? a.500,321b. 532,100 b.530,210d. 5,321 7. What number is next: 3, 6, 12, 24 … 8.What is the rule for the pattern in question 7? a.Add 3 b.Add 2 c.Multiply by 3 d.Multiply by 2 9. Gary builds an upside-down pyramid with blocks. He puts 2 blocks in the first layer, 5 blocks in the second, and 8 blocks in the third. How many blocks would go in the sixth layer? a. 17b. 64c. 15d. 11
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