2A dollhouse has 15. 15 square feet downstairs and 6 A dollhouse has square feet downstairs and 6.25 square feet upstairs. Which of the following is the best estimate of the total square footage in the dollhouse?A) 21B) 22C) 23D) 25
6Eduardo is training for a marathon. He ran his first mile in 12 Eduardo is training for a marathon. He ran his first mile in minutes and his second mile in minutes. What is his combined time for his first two miles?A) minutesB) minutesC) minutesD) minutes
10The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is on 18 The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is on acres of land and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial is on 7.5 acres of land. How many more acres of land is the Jefferson Memorials on than then Roosevelt memorial?A) 9.86B) 10.86C) 11.31D) 17.61
12Parson’s Sporting Goods ordered 56 T-shirts in sizes small, medium, and large. If 23 T-shirts are medium and 12 T-shirts are large, how many are small? Mrs. Taylor’s represented the problem using different strategies. Which is NOT a correct response?A) shirts in allB) 56 – = ?C)D) ? = 562312?23?
18Ann has one cat that is 13. 6 cm tall. She has another cat that is 6 Ann has one cat that is 13.6 cm tall. She has another cat that is 6.1 cm tall. How much taller is one cat than the other? Use mental math!
30Estimate to determine if the difference of 3. 4 – 1 Estimate to determine if the difference of 3.4 – 1.95 is less than or greater than one.
31Greater than 1; 1.95 is about 2, so the difference is about 1.4
32Jared rode 128. 5 miles on the first day of a 3 day bike race Jared rode miles on the first day of a 3 day bike race. He rode half that distance on the second day of the race. If the total distance of the bike race is 300 miles, how fare did he ride on the final day of the race? What is the hidden question you need to answer to solve the problem?
33107.25 miles Hidden question: How far did Jared ride on the first two days of the race?
34Kerry bought a loaf of bread for $3. 49, and a jar of jelly for $2 Kerry bought a loaf of bread for $3.49, and a jar of jelly for $2.29, and a jar of peanut butter for $3.89. Round to the nearest dollar to determine about how much Kerry spent. Write an equation to show your work