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2 Geometry Measurem ent Graphs Problem Solving Transformat ions Multiplicati on Probabitlit y Time
3 Which shape has 6 sides? A. square B. triangle C. hexagon D. octagon
4 C. hexagon
5 Which is longer: 4 feet or 2 yards?
6 2 yards
7 What is the ordered pair for point A? y x A
8 (4, 5)
9 If Sally has $50 and then earns $10 a day for 2 more days, how much will she have altogether?
11 What transformatio n has taken place? a. Turn b. Flip c. Slide d. Rotate
13 What multiplication fact does this array show?
14 4 x 4
15 What are the chances that the arrow will land on the red section?
16 1 out of four
17 What time will it be in a ½ hour?
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