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Math MAPS Review

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Numbers & Operations in Base Ten

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**What is the value of the red digit?**

146, 521 400 40,000 4,000 4

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Estimate the sum below. = 100 80 90 70

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**Estimate the difference below.**

469 – 115 = 400 300 200 500

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**Which is the correct way to write 31,725 in expanded form?**

b. 31, = 31,725 c. 300, = 31,725 d. 30, , = 31, 725

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143 x 2 = 145 285 186 286

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**Identify the number shown below.**

437 4,370 4,037 4,307

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Numbers & Operations- Fractions

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**Which of the following models does NOT show equal parts?**

b. d.

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**Identify the fraction of the circle that is green.**

b. d.

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**Identify the model below that shows**

shaded yellow. c. a. b.

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**Which of the following models shows ½ shaded?**

b. c. d.

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**Which of the following models shows**

a. c. d. b.

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**Which of the following models is equivalent to ¼ ?**

b. a.

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**What fraction of the circles are gray?**

1/ d. 1/7

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**What fraction is 3/6 equivalent to?**

½ d. ¼

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**Anna and Tom ordered a pizza**

Anna and Tom ordered a pizza. Anna ate ¼ of the pizza and Tom at 2/4 of the pizza. How much of the pizza did Anna and Tom eat altogether? 3/8 1/3 3/4

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**Mary baked a cake. She ate 3/8 of the cake and gave the rest away**

Mary baked a cake. She ate 3/8 of the cake and gave the rest away. How much cake did she give away? 5/8 2/8 3/8 4/8

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**Paul bought a candy bar for his friends**

Paul bought a candy bar for his friends. He divided the candy bar equally between 3 friends. What fraction of the candy bar did each friend get? 3/3 1/3 3/1

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**Operations & Algebraic Thinking**

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**Matt, Emily, and Diego baked cookies for the school bake sale**

Matt, Emily, and Diego baked cookies for the school bake sale. Matt baked 54 cookies. Emily baked 47 cookies. Diego baked 35 cookies. How many cookies did Matt and Diego bake? 101 cookies 89 cookies 82 cookies 136 cookies

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689 – 236 = 453 What is ? 689 1142 217 690

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**Identify the missing number.**

= 12 + 20 25 18 17

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**Identify the missing number.**

= 76 - 29 30 61 22

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**Which number is composite?**

19 9 7 13

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**Mrs. Duckworth’s class took a survey of their favorite pets**

Mrs. Duckworth’s class took a survey of their favorite pets. The results are below. Animal Students Dog Cat Bird Fish Horse How many more students liked dogs than horses? 20 12 15 17

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**Mrs. Duckworth’s class took a survey of their favorite pets**

Mrs. Duckworth’s class took a survey of their favorite pets. The results are below. Animal Students Dog Cat Bird Fish Horse How many students are in Mrs. Duckworth’s class? 29 37 35 36

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**Grandpa Gus is a farmer. He planted 12 rows of corn**

Grandpa Gus is a farmer. He planted 12 rows of corn. There were 9 corn plants in each row. How many corn plants did Grandpa Gus plant? 111 100 108 106

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Measurement and Data

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**How many cups are in 3 quarts?**

6 8 10 12

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**How long is the rectangle?**

6 inches 6 ½ inches 7 inches 7 ½ inches

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**Which object below has more capacity?**

d.

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**How many cups are in 4 pints?**

6 8 10 12

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**How many pints are in 2 quarts?**

4 6 8 10

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**Shawn went to the store to buy a video game**

Shawn went to the store to buy a video game. At first, the game cost $16.00, but it was on sale for half price. How much did the game cost Shawn? $9.00 $10.00 $8.00 $12.00

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Geometry

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**Identify the shape below.**

cube cylinder sphere rectangular prism

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(3, 4) c. (5, 4) (4, 3) d. (4, 2)

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**How many vertices does a cube have?**

4 12 8 6

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**Identify the shape below.**

cube cylinder sphere rectangular prism

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**How many faces does a rectangular prism have?**

4 12 8 6

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**Which set of lines below are parallel?**

d. a. c. b.

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**Identify the right angle below.**

c. d. a. b.

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