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1 Brooke went to 52 baseball games this year. She went to 35 games last year. How many games did Brooke go to altogether? a)17 b)87 c)1820 d)23

2 Hunter went to 24 baseball games this year. He went to 52 games last year. How many baseball games did Hunter go to altogether? a)76 b)28 c)108 d)32

3 Martha solved 49 problems during the math contest. Emily solved 17 more problems than Martha. How many problems did Emily solve? a)17 b)32 c)66 d)56

4 Nicolas solved 47 problems during the math contest. Anna solved 23 more problems than Nicolas. How many problems did Anna solve? a)24 b)90 c)1081 d)70

5 Owen had 60 Magic Marvin stickers. He gave away 39 of them to his older brother. How many stickers did Owen have left? a)39 b)99 c)21 d)2340

6 Denzel had 75 Magic Marvin stickers. He gave away 45 of them to his older brother. How many stickers did Denzel have left? a)30 b)40 c)3375 d)120

7 Springfield Elementary School is having a school play. 4 students from each of the 5 4 th grade classrooms will be chosen to be in the play. How many students will be in the play? a)20 b)24 c)1 d)13

8 ECMS School is having a school play. 4 students from each of the 13 6 th grade classrooms will be chosen to be in the play. How many students will be in the play? a)52 b)23 c)3 d)17

9 Zack can do 64 sit-ups in one minute. Dalton can do only 25 sit ups in one minute. How many fewer sit-ups can Dalton do? a)39 b)49 c)89 d)41

10 Analee can do 56 sit- ups in one minute. Alex can only do 20 in one minute. How many fewer sit-up can Alex do? a)36 b)76 c)106 d)1120

11 Wesley had 51 pennies in his bank. His dad gave him some more pennies. Now Wesley has 84 pennies in his bank. How many pennies did Wesley get from his dad? a)33 b)135 c)22 d)133

12 Courtney had 16 pennies in her bank. Her dad gave her some more pennies. Now Courtney has 64 pennies in his bank. How many pennies did Courtney get from her dad? a)80 b)48 c)70 d)52

13 Destiny began her marble collection when her friend gave her 15 marbles. Destiny won 15 marbles during a game. She then bought 42 marbles at Wal- Mart. How many marbles are in Destiny’s collection now? a)42 b)30 c)72 d)57

14 Austin began his baseball card collection when his dad gave him 14 cards. Austin won 32 cards during a game. He then bought 38 cards at the Sport Court. How many baseball cards are in Austin’s collection now? a)56 b)84 c)70 d)76

15 Haley built 13 block towers. Dameon made twice as many towers as Haley. Haley’s puppy knocked down 14 towers when he ran through the den. How many towers were not knocked down? a)39 b)25 c)12 d)182

16 Jordan built 20 block towers. Stephen made twice as many towers as Jordan. Jordan’s puppy knocked down 23 towers when he ran through the den. How many towers were not knocked down? a)37 b)83 c)43 d)3

17 Keith likes to do math problems as quickly as he can. He can do 22 multiplication problems in 1 minute. How many multiplication problems can Keith do in 3 minutes? a)26 b)18 c)66 d)67

18 Mr. Parker likes to do math problems as quickly as he can. He can do 15 multiplication problems in 1 minute. How many multiplication problems can Mr. Parker do in 7 minutes? a)105 b)23 c)106 d)22

19 La’Rena, Madelyn and Simone collect comics. La’Rena has 22 comics. Madelyn has 30 more comics than La’Rena. Simone has 14 fewer comics than Madelyn. How many comics does Simone have? a)66 b)44 c)38 d)22

20 Justin, Rashaud and Alyssa collect comics. Justin has 22 comics. Rashaud has 30 more comics than Justin. Alyssa has 14 fewer comics than Rashaud. How many comics does Alyssa have? a)38 b)52 c)66 d)44

21 Christopher had 97¢ in his pocket. He spent 13¢ at the candy store. Later he spent 13¢ at the art store. How much money did Christopher have left? a)26 ¢ b)97 ¢ c)71 ¢ d)84 ¢

22 Jacob had 82¢ in his pocket. He spent 12¢ at the candy store. Later he spent 15¢ at the art store. How much money did Jacob have left? a)$1.09 b)70 ¢ c)27 ¢ d)55 ¢

23 Mrs. Brantley is reading an exciting detective book so she can meet her AR goal. The book has 100 pages. Mrs. Brantley will read 25 pages each night. How many days will it take her to finish? a)125 b)75 c)4 d)5

24 Mackenzie is reading an exciting detective book so she can meet her AR goal. The book has 54 pages. Mackenzie will read 9 pages each night. How many days will it take her to finish? a)63 b)45 c)6 d)9

25 Mrs. Jean is training for a bicycle tour. She can bike 9 miles in 1 hour. How many hours will it take her to finish a bike tour that is 54 miles long? a)44 b)11 c)6 d)7

26 Coach Clint is training for a bicycle tour. He can bike 11 miles in 1 hour. How many hours will it take him to finish a bike tour that is 99 miles long? a)99 b)9 c)10 d)111

27 Caroline made 12 posters for the school fair. Cheyenne made 26 more posters than Caroline. They placed 21 posters around the neighborhood. How many posters were left? a)50 b)29 c)36 d)17

28 Mackenzie made 38 posters for the school fair. Noah made 38 more posters than Mackenzie. They placed 16 posters around the neighborhood. How many posters were left? a)76 b)98 c)60 d)54

29 Jill brought 61 cupcakes to school. She gave 40 cupcakes to the second graders and some to the third graders. At the end of the day, Jill had only 10 cupcakes left. How many cupcakes did the third graders get? a)111 b)21 c)91 d)11

30 Paige brought 53 cupcakes to school. She gave 37 cupcakes to the second graders and some to the third graders. At the end of the day, Paige had only 10 cupcakes left. How many cupcakes did the third graders get? a)100 b)70 c)6 d)16

31 Garrett had 49 books. He gave 30 books to his friend, Cea Cie. Garrett bought 13 more books at a book fair. How many books did Garrett have then? a)32 b)83 c)6 d)17

32 Carlton had 84 books. He gave 30 books to his friend, Cole. Carlton bought 18 more books at a book fair. How many books did Carlton have then? a)132 b)72 c)32 d)48

33 Three friends emptied their piggy banks. Mary counted 9 nickels. Chloe counted 3 times as many nickels as Mary. Jada counted 6 times as many nickels as Chole. How many nickels did Jada have? How much money did Jada have?

34 Three friends emptied their piggy banks. Devin counted 6 nickels. Shane counted 5 times as many nickels as Devin. Steve counted 6 times as many nickels as Shane. How many nickels did Steve have? a)17 b)41 c)36 d)180

35 Isabella, Siani and Cathryn counted their candy. Isabella had 22 pieces of candy. Siani had twice as many pieces as Isabella. Cathryn had 22 more pieces of candy than Isabella and Siani combined. How many pieces of candy did Cathryn have? a)88 b)44 c)66 d)0

36 Whitney, Kim and Karen counted their candy. Whitney had 32 pieces of candy. Kim had twice as many pieces as Whitney. Karen had 12 more pieces of candy than Whitney and Kim combined. How many pieces of candy did Karen have? a)108 b)52 c)44 d)20

37 Mason has a book of puzzles to solve. He worked 32 puzzles on Saturday and 25 puzzles on Tuesday. If Mason solves 12 more puzzles, he will have finished them all. How many puzzles are in Mason’s book? a)45 b)19 c)69 d)5

38 Jeff has a book of puzzles to solve. He worked 22 puzzles on Saturday and 35 puzzles on Tuesday. If Jeff solves 18 more puzzles, he will have finished them all. How many puzzles are in Jeff’s book? a)75 b)13 c)40 d)65

39 There are a total of 57 cookies on 2 plates in my kitchen. When I took 18 cookies from the first plate, there were still 16 cookies left on it. How many cookies must be on the second plate. a)32 b)23 c)25 d)94

40 There are a total of 50 student in my three classes. Some of them were absent yesterday. When 18 students had study hall, there were still 27 students playing outside. How many students must be absent? a)32 b)5 c)68 d)23

41 The pet store has three parrots, three canaries and 6 parakeets. How many birds are there in all? a)12 b)20 c)50 d)13

42 There are 24 blue marbles and 17 green marbles. How many more blue marbles are there than green marbles? a)7 b)6 c)10 d)5

43 Chase has 2 quarters, 2 dimes, 2 nickels and 2 pennies. What is the total amount of money Chase has? a)$.82 b)$.80 c)$.76 d)$.75

44 The 6 children in the Ripley family save all of their pennies in a jar. They divide the pennies equally every month. At the end of February, they have 252 pennies to share. How many pennies will each child receive?

45 There are 18 teams in a soccer league. Each team has 8 players. How many players are there all together?

46 Olivia has 33 boxes of erasers. Each box holds 235 erasers. How many erasers does Olivia have?

47 There are 40 legs in Mrs. Brantley’s class. Each student has 2 legs. How many students are in Mrs. Brantley’s class? a)30 b)20 c)10 d)15

48 The attendance for weekend performances of a concert was 1,994 for Friday night, 2,401 for Saturday night and 1,991 for Sunday night. What is the BEST estimate of the concerts’ total attendance? a) 2,000 b) 4,000 c) 6,000 d) 8,000

49 Kynetia went to the store 12 times last month. She buys 80 eggs each time she goes to the store. How many eggs did Kynetia buy last month?

50 Justin has 15 boxes of candies. Each box holds 34 candies. How many candies does Justin have?

51 Jaci went to the store 13 times last month. She buys 25 marbles each time she goes to the store. How many marbles did Jaci buy last month?

52 The Greens’ car gets 22 miles per gallon. On a trip they used 102 gallons of gas. How many miles did they drive?

53 Tiffany has 80 boxes of crayons. Each box holds 91 crayons. How many crayons does Tiffany have?

54 The Photo Gallery will display up to 756 different photos each day. Each photographer has 9 photos to display. How many photographers can show all of their work each day?

55 Phillip has 21 boxes of candies. Each box holds 188 candies. How many candies does Phillip have?

56 There are 25 seeds in a packet of sunflower seeds. How many seeds are in 40 packets?

57 Mary and Sam are selling cookies. Each box has 15 cookies. Mary sells 173 boxes and Sam sells 201 boxes. How many cookies did they sell in all?

58 Ellen made a car payment of $325 each month for the last 12 months. How much did she make in car payments over the last year?

59 Harlan works 8 hours per day. How many days did he work last year if he worked a total of 840 hours?

60 Directions: Find the product 1) 4 x 3 x 3 2) 2 x 6 x 2

61 Find the value of the variable 3) 15 ÷ 3= 4)  x 4 = 32

62 Find the value of the expression 5) 4 x ) x 5 7) 13+ 5x6 8) (27÷3) x 7

63 Find the value of the expression 9) (12+8) ÷ 4

64 Find the value of the expression 1) What is 7 x  if  = 4? 2) What is 8 x  if  =5?

65 Find a Rule 1) 2) In Out In Out 35912

66 Find a rule. Complete the chart 1) 2) In65432 Out In Out 7812

67 Choose the property shown. Use the word box. 16) 8 x 0 = 6 x 7 = 7 x 6 1,000,000 x 1 = (3 x 4) x 2 = 3 x (4 x 2) 6 x 23 = (2 x 20) + (6 x 3) Zero Property Identity Property Distributive Commutative Associative

68 Question The first four figures in a pattern are shown. If the pattern continues double the number of smiley faces, what will be the total number of smiley faces in the sixth figure in the pattern? a) 128 b) 64 c) 32 d) 16

69 The attendance for weekend performances of a concert was 1,994 for Friday night, 2,401 for Saturday night and 1,991 for Sunday night. What is the BEST estimate of the concerts’ total attendance? a)2,000 b)4,000 c)6,000 d)8,000

70 In football, a touchdown earns 6 points and a field goal earns 3 points. If a team scored 5 touchdowns and 1 field goal, which number sentence below could be used to determine the number of points the team earned? a) = b) ( 5 x 3 ) + 3 = c) (6 x 3 ) + 5 = d) ( 5 x 6 ) + 3 =

71 Shannon read that fourteen thousand nine hundred eighty- seven people live in Effingham County. Which of the following in another way to write this number? A) 10, , B) 14,000,987 C) 14 x x D)

72 Which of the following goes in the box to make the statement true? ( ) + 92 = a) 75 + ( 167 x 92) b) 75 + ( ) c) ( ) + ( ) d) 167- (75+ 92)

73 Which number goes in the box to make the statement true? 4, 76, 192 < 4,578,136 a) 7 b) 6 c) 3 d) 8

74 Ernesto drove his car 257 miles on 8.3 gallons of gas. What operation is needed to find the number of miles he drove for each gallon of gas he used? A) + B) - C) X D) ÷

75 Maurice drinks four 8-ounce glasses of milk every day. How many pints of milk does he drink each day? A) 2 B) 4 C) 16 D) 32

76 Mr. Lopez solved the division problem below on the board: 252 ÷ 7 = 36 Which of the following could Mr. Lopez use to check his answer? A) 7 x 42 B) 36 x 7 C) 36 x 252 D) 252 x 7

77 The table below shows the total cost for different numbers of tickets to a special show at a water park. Each ticket costs the same amount. What is the total cost for tickets to the show? a) $48 b) $ 44 c) $ 36 d) $24 Number of Tickets Total Cost 4$ 16 9$ 36 18$ 72 21$ 84

78 Rufus bought 6 items at the mall. No item cost more than $5 or less than $2. Which of the following could be the total of the 6 items Rufus bought? A) $7 B) $10 C) $22 D) $31

79 Which quadrilateral has exactly one pair of parallel sides? A) Square B) Rectangle C) Rhombus D) trapezoid

80 How many hundreds are in the number 487?

81 What is the value of the 1 in 601, 346?

82 What is the largest number you can make with the digits 8, 0, 9, 1, and 6?

83 What number is one more than 999,999?

84 How would you write two thousand, seven hundred forty-five?

85 How many minutes are in one hour?

86 How many zeros are in one million?

87 How many days are in four weeks?

88 How many degrees are in a right angle?

89 How many years in a century?

90 What is the figure with three sides and three angles called?

91 What does the symbol < mean?

92 What is the answer to an addition problem called?

93 What operation does the symbol x mean?

94 What is the name of a five- sided figure?

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100 Casey is thinking of a number. Use these clues to guess this number: 1)It is a three-digit number 2)The ones digit is either 8 or 9 3)The tens digit is 2 less that the ones digit 4)The hundreds digit is 3 less than the tens digit 5)The number is odd a)479 b)749 c)947 d)794

101 What shape has four sides and exactly on pair of opposite sides that are parallel? a)square b) triangle c)trapezoid d)rhombus

102 Nancy, Mark and Ray are raising money for the homeless shelter. They are asking people to pledge a certain amount of money for each mile that they walk. Nancy has $3.20 pledged per mile, Mark has $5.15 pledged per mile and Ray has $2.50 pledged per mile. If they each walk 12 miles, what is the total amount of money they will raise for the shelter? a)$ b)$7.65 c)22.85 d)$130.20

103 Janet was washing the glasses and putting them away in the cupboard. She noticed that she could stack a maximum of 4 glasses on top of each other. If she has 23 glasses to put away, how many stacks will she need to make? a)5 b)6 c)92 d)27

104 Ann was walking to school and noticed that she walked past 20 houses. If each house had 4 people living in it, how many people would Ann walk past on her way to school? a)24 b)80 c)20 d)84

105 Dominique was putting her CDs into her new CD racks. If each rack holds 12 CDs, how many racks will she need to hold 150 CDs. a)12 b)15 c)13 d)162

106 There will be 34 people at a cookout and each person will eat 2 hotdogs. There are 8 hotdogs in each pack. How many packs of hotdogs will be needed for the cookout? a)8 b)9 c)44 d)68

107 Estela wants to buy 2 notebooks that cost $2.79 each, including tax. If she has one-dollar bills and no coins, how many one- dollar bills does she need? a)3 b)4 c)5 d)6

108 A chef is baking 15 dozen cookies. He wants to mentally calculate the total number of cookies. Which number snetence can the chef use to mentally calculate? a)15 x 12 = ( ) + (15 + 2) b)15 x 12 = ( ) x (15 x 2) c)15 x 12 = (15 x 10) x (15 x 2) d)15 x 12 = (15 x 10) + (15 x 2)

109 Jerry’s uncle was 48 years old in In what year was he 28 years old? a)1932 b)1960 c)1980 d)1988

110 The three angles of this triangle equal_______. a)95 b)100 c)180 d)360

111 A given parallelogram has 4 congruent sides and one pair of opposite acute angles. What is the correct name for this parallelogram? a)Trapezoid b)Rectangle c)Rhombus d)Square

112 Which shape has 2 pairs of parallel sides, 2 of the same size acute angles, and 2 of the same-size obtuse angles? a)Square b)Parallelogram c)Rectangle d)Trapezoid


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