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PLACE VALUE REVIEW 3.5

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Follow the steps to find each number. 1. 2. Write 6 in the ones place Write 6 in the tens place Write 4 in the thousands place Write 4 in the ten-thousands place Write 9 in the hundreds place Write 9 in the ones place Write 0 in the tens place Write 0 in the hundreds place Write 1 in the ten-thousands place Write 1 in the thousands place ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Compare the two numbers above. Which is greater? _______ Why? _____________

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Complete each. The 9 in 4,965 stands for 9 __________ or ________ The 7 in 87,629 stands for 7 _________ or ________ The 4 in 48,215 stands for 4 __________ or ________ The 0 in 72,601 stands for 0 __________ or ________ The 8 in 41,983 stands for 8 __________ or ________ The 3 in 93,761 stands for 3 __________ or ________ The 6 in 60,245 stands for 6 __________ or ________ The 1 in 5,918 stands for 1 ___________ or ________

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Skip count 4,707; 4,708; 4,709; _____; _____; _____; _____ 7,697; 7,698; 7,699; _____; _____; _____; _____ 903; 902; 901; _____; _____; _____; _____ 6,004; 6,003; 6,002; _____; _____; _____; _____ 47,265; 47,266; 47,267; _____; _____; _____ 81,215; 81,205; 81,195; ______; ______; ______

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If a map scale shows that 1 inch represents 200 miles, then 2 inches represents _____ miles 4 inches represents _____ miles 3 inches represents _____ miles 7 inches represents _____ miles

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Put these numbers in order from smallest ( least) to largest ( greatest ). 54,752; 54,329; 54,999; 54,691; 54,832 ______________________________________

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Cookies are packaged with different numbers of cookies in each package. Put the data in order and then find the median. (middle) 20, 24, 28, 30, 28, 26, 19, 14, 27, 20, 28 Find the best answer. a. 26 cookies b. 25 cookies c. 30 cookies d. 10 cookies

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Solve __________ = 80,000 - 40,000 __________ = 800,000 - 400,000 30,000 + 40,000 = ____________ 300,000 + 400,000 = ___________

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January 14 th is a Tuesday. What is the date on the following Tuesday? January _____

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Draw at least 5 different polygons.

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Use multiplication or division to complete these problems on a calculator. If you don’t have a calculator how could you solve each problem? _______________________ ENTERCHANGE TOHOW? 105 315 660 455

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Look at the graph: Maximum number of candies _____ Minimum number of candies _____ Range of number of candies _____

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Find the total values for the money you have. 4 3 3 7 6 9 2 4 7 $ __.___ 8 $ __.___

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There are 3 cars with 4 people riding in each car. How many people are going on the field trip? CARS PEOPLE PER CAR PEOPLE IN ALL

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Complete A triangle has ___ sides and ____ angles. A rectangle has ____ sides and ____ angles. A square has ____ sides and ____ angles.

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Conrad exercises every day. He swam 11 laps on both Monday and Thursday, 8 laps on Tuesday, and 9 laps on Wednesday. How many laps did he swim in all? MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYTOTAL

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If a map scale shows that 1 cm represents 1,000 km, then 2cm represents ________ km 9cm represents ________ km 16 cm represents ________ km 22 cm represents ________ km 100 cm represents _______ km

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Circle the largest ( greatest ) number. Underline the smallest ( least ) number. 946,487; 946,800; 984,793; 946,793; 946,200

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These are the number of children in third grade classrooms across the state. 31, 23, 21, 18, 28, 26, 17, 22, 29, 19, 30 ________________________________________ Always put the numbers in order first. What is the median of this data? _____ Remember: middle = median

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Use multiplication or division to complete these problems on your calculator. How else could you solve each problem if you don’t have a calculator? ___________________________________________ ENTERCHANGE TOHOW? 624X 4 243 436 6

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Find the total values for the money you have. 6 2 3 7 5 8 4 2 9 $ __.___ 1 $ __.___

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Here are the number of minutes third graders spent doing homework: 25, 45, 55, 30, 35, 45, 60, 30, 45, 35, 40, 60, 25 What is the mode of this data? _________ Remember: Mode = number that appears Most

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Felicia jogged 20 minutes on Monday, 16 minutes on Tuesday, and 14 minutes on both Thursday and Friday. How many total minutes did she jog? _______ minutes (Strategy: make a chart ) MondayTuesdayThursdayFridayTOTAL

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Complete 20 dimes = $______ 20 nickels = $______ 20 quarters + $______ 10 quarters and 7 dimes = $_______

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Complete A pentagon has _____ sides. An octagon has _____ sides. A decagon has _____ sides. A hexagon has _____ sides.

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You have 15 feet of ribbon. There are 3feet in each yard of ribbon. How many yards of ribbon? _____ (Strategy: make a chart ) Yards of ribbon Feet per yard Feet of ribbon in all

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How old are you? On what date were you born? ________ How old were you on your last birthday? _____ About how many minutes old do you think you were on your last birthday? ________________

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How old are you? About how many days old were you on your last birthday? _______ About how many hours old were you? _______ About how many minutes old were you? _____

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Solve 50,000 + 20,000 = ________ 500,000 + 200,000 = ________ _______ = 90,000 – 50,000 _______ = 900,000 – 500,000

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Write the following amounts using dollar signs and decimal points. 2dollar bills, 8 dimes, 9 pennies ________ 4dimes, 6 pennies ________ 1 dollar bill, 4 pennies ________

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13 crayons are shared equally among 3 children. How many crayons does each child get? _______ How many crayons are left over? ____________

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Write the number: 7thousands 8tens 5ten-thousands 1one 0 hundreds 4 hundred-thousands ___ ___ ___, ___ ___ ___

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Draw Draw a polygon with 5 sides.Draw a polygon with 6 sides. Draw a polygon with 8 sides.Draw a polygon with 10 sides.

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Circle the shapes that are symmetrical.

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Circle the largest number. Underline the smallest number. 5 6, 6 8 9 8 6, 9 5 3 9 0, 8 6 5 6 5, 3 9 8 6 8, 5 3 9

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Find the total values for the money you have. 9 7 6 9 3 4 7 8 8 $ __.___ 2 $ __.___

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Write the following amounts in dollars and cents notation. 5 dollar bills and 3 dimes _________ 4 dollar bills and 6 dimes _________ 1 dollar bill and 1 penny _________ 3 dollar bills and 1 dime and 4 pennies ______

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Complete each table. Answer: ___________ Bird cages Birds per cage Birds in all 73 Cookies per box BoxesCookies in all 122

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Complete ____ days in one week ____ days in two weeks ____ days in three weeks ____ days in four weeks

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The grid represents ONE whole. Each square represents 1/100. Write the fraction and the decimal for each grid. Fraction _____ Fraction _____ Fraction _____ Decimal _____ Decimal _____ Decimal _____

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Color part of each grid to show the decimal named. 0.7 0.46 0.07

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Color part of each grid to show the fraction named. 4/10 1/2 23/100

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Write the following amounts in dollars and cents notation. 2 dollar bills and 3 dimes and 1 penny _____ 1 quarter and 7 dimes and 8 pennies _____ 5 pennies _____

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Complete 1 hour = _____ minutes 1 day = _____ hours 1 week = _____ days 1 year = _____ months

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Complete the chart. Answer: _____ Equation: __________ Tricycles Wheels per Tricycles Wheels in all ? 324

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The land area of Alaska is 571,951 square miles. The land area of Texas is 261,797 square miles. Estimate about how much bigger Alaska is than Texas. Estimate: _________ Actual Answer: _________ ALASKA TEXAS

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Mark the meter stick. Make a dot at 4 cm and label it with the letter A. Make a dot at 0.1 m and label it with the letter B. Make a dot at 0.14 m and label it with the letter C. Make a dot at 0.08 m and label it with the letter D.

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Fill in the missing information. Length in Centimeters Number of Rods Number of Cubes Length in Meters 24 cm240.24 m 36 cm m cm03 m 8 cm m cm 0.3 m cm43 m

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Color part of each grid to show the decimal named. 0.6 0.28 0.03

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What is the perimeter of each trapezoid? Answer: _____ Answer: _____

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What is the MEDIAN for this data? Median: ______

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Write the number. 0 in the ones place 8 in the tenths place 1 in the ones place 3 in the tenths place 2 in the ones place 4 in the tenths place 5In the ones place 9 in the tenths place 6 in the hundredths place 3 in the ones place 6 in the tenths place 7 in the ones place 8 in the tenths place 0 in the hundredths place 1 in the thousandths place

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For the number 4,865,271 8 means _____ 1 means _____ 4 means _____ 6 means _____ 7 means _____ 5 means _____ 2 means _____

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Draw shapes with the correct square units. 16 square units 72 square units 30 square units What shapes did you make? ____________ ___________ ____________

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How many students voted for their favorite fruit? _____ What is the mode? _____

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Find the perimeters.

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Which is the least favorite after-school activity? _______ Which is the most favorite after-school activity? _______ What is the median of this data? _______

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Circle all pictures of 3 dimensional objects.

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Students’ grades on social studies test. 90, 82, 100, 68, 94, 90, 88, 92, 84, 80, 78, What is the range of this data? _____ What is the mode of this data? _____ What is the median of this data? ____

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