# Tom had a set of colored pencils. He saw that 15 of the pencils in the box were a shade of blue. Which decimal is equivalent to 15 ? A. 0.15 B. 0.20 C.

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Tom had a set of colored pencils. He saw that 15 of the pencils in the box were a shade of blue. Which decimal is equivalent to 15 ? A. 0.15 B. 0.20 C. 0.25 D. 0.50 Most recent student results 29% chose option A 52% chose option B 10% chose option C 9% chose option D

In an orchestra with 100 musicians, about 60 of the musicians play stringed instruments. The others play woodwind, brass, or percussion instruments. Which expression could be used to find out about how many musicians play stringed instruments in 8 orchestras? A. 100 60 B. 100 8 C. 60 8 D. 60 8 Most recent student results 31% chose option A 19% chose option B 20% chose option C 31% chose option D

Mr. Martin can paint between 27 and 35 bird houses in one day. Which is the best estimate of the total number of bird houses he can paint in 3 days? A. 30 B. 40 C. 70 D. 90 Most recent student results 19% chose option A 11% chose option B 31% chose option C 40% chose option D

Which of the following numbers, when multiplied by itself, would give an answer greater than itself? A. 4/5 B. 5/3 C. 0.05 D. 0.7 Most recent student results 15% chose option A 53% chose option B 13% chose option C 19% chose option D

Directors at a day care center planned to build a playhouse at an estimated cost of \$350. The actual cost was 20% more than the estimate. What was the actual cost to build the playhouse?

Which number, when multiplied by 0.99, gives a product between 10 and 11? A. 9 B. 10 C. 11 D. 12 Most recent student results 24% chose option A 17% chose option B 48% chose option C 11% chose option D

Henry Ford’s world land-speed record of 91.37 miles per hour (mph) lasted less than a month after he set it in 1904. In 1997 the world land-speed record of 763.04 mph was the first to break the sound barrier. What was the percent of increase of the 1997 land-speed record over Henry Ford’s 1904 land-speed record?

On the first visit to the veterinarian, Eleanor’s cat weighed 3 pounds 4 ounces. On the second visit, her cat weighed 4 pounds 2 ounces. How much weight, in ounces, did Eleanor’s cat gain between the first and second visit to the veterinarian? 16 ounces = 1 pound A. 0.8 B. 1 C. 7.6 D. 14 Most recent student results 20% chose option A 18% chose option B 23% chose option C 39% chose option D

Jerome had a rectangular garden that was 12 feet long and 14 feet wide. He expanded his garden by adding 3 feet to the length and 3 feet to the width. What is the perimeter of Jerome’s new garden? A. 32 feet B. 58 feet C. 64 feet D. 174 feet Most recent student results 43% chose option A 8% chose option B 42% chose option C 8% chose option D

Sentis had 4 stickers. She bought more at the store. Now she has 20 stickers. Which number sentence can be used to represent the number of stickers she bought at the store? A. 4 + X = 20 B. 20 + 4 = X C. 4 x X = 20 D. X - 4 = 20

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