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Grade 55

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Hoops Add Subtract MultiplyDivide Facts Q 1 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 5 pt. Q 1 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 5 pt. Buzzer Shot

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Hoops Add Subtract MultiplyDivide Facts Q 1 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 5 pt. Q 1 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 5 pt. Buzzer Shot

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1 pt. Question from Add Helen bought 6 green notebooks, 5 orange notebooks, 2 pink notebooks, 9 pencils, and 14 pens. How many notebooks did Helen buy? A.36 notebooks B.22 notebooks C.11 notebooks D.13 notebooks

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1pt. Answer from Add D. 13 notebooks

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2 pt. Question from Add Jorge scored 156 goals playing soccer last season. This season he scored 187 goals. What is the total number of goals Jorge scored? A.233 goals B.333 goals C.343 goals D.243 goals

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2 pt. Answer from Add C. 343 goals

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3 pt. Question from Add Wesley made 89 baskets on Sunday. He made 157 baskets on Monday. How many baskets did he make in all? A.68 baskets B.246 baskets C.136 baskets D.78 baskets

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3 pt. Answer from Add B. 246 baskets

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4 pt. Question from Add Omar and Karen made egg rolls to share at the school potluck. Omar rolled 219 egg rolls. Karen rolled 229 egg rolls. What is the total number of egg rolls Omar and Karen rolled? A.438 egg rolls B.448 egg rolls C.848 egg rolls D.430 egg rolls

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4 pt. Answer from Add B. 448 egg rolls

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5 pt. Question from Add Darius drove 679 miles to visit his grandmother. Julia drove 998 miles to visit her grandmother. What is the total number of miles Darius and Julia drove? A.1,577 miles B.1,567 miles C.1,677 miles D.567 miles

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5 pt. Answer from Add C. 1677 miles

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1 pt. Question from Subtract Simon picked 698 oranges. Raul picked 833 oranges. How many more oranges did Raul pick than Simon? A.246 oranges B.146 oranges C.135 oranges D.145 oranges

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1 pt. Answer from Subtract C. 135 oranges

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2 pt. Question from Subtract Ceasar needs to read a 563 page book for school. He has already read 147 pages. How many pages does he have left to read? A.710 pages B.416 pages C.147 pages D.415 pages

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2 pt. Answer from Subtract B. 416 pages

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3 pt. Question from Subtract Meredith picked 347 apples. Phil ate 198 of the apples. How many apples are left? A.149 apples B.259 apples C.545 apples D.159 apples

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3 pt. Answer from Subtract A. 149 apples

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4 pt. Question from Subtract Beka flew 873 miles to visit her aunt. Jackson flew 563 miles to visit his aunt. How many more miles did Beka fly than Jackson? A.310 miles B.300 miles C.290 miles D.301 miles

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4 pt. Answer from Subtract A. 310 miles

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5 pt. Question from Subtract Isabel bought 900 pieces of paper. She used 156 pieces of the paper. How many pieces of paper does she have left? A.1,056 pieces B.854 pieces C.744 pieces D.754 pieces

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5 pt. Answer from Subtract C. 744 pieces

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1 pt. Question from Multiply 9 x ? = 0 A.9 B.1 C.10 D.0

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1 pt. Answer from Multiply D. 0

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2 pt. Question from Multiply 9 x ? = 63 A. 5 B. 7 C. 9 D. 11

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2 pt. Answer from Multiply B. 7

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3 pt. Question from Multiply ? X 4 = 24 A. 3 B.4 C.5 D.6

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3 pt. Answer from Multiply D. 6

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4 pt. Question from Multiply 8 x ? = 64 A.10 B.8 C.12 D.6

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4 pt. Answer from Multiply B. 8

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5 pt. Question from Multiply ? X 10 = 90 A. 5 B. 9 C. 13 D. 17

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5 pt. Answer from Multiply B. 9

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1 pt. Question from Divide 72 9 = A.8 B.9 C.10 D.11

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1 pt. Answer from Divide A. 8

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2 pt. Question from Divide 20 5= A.2 B.3 C.4 D.5

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2 pt. Answer from Divide C. 5

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3 pt. Question from Divide 60 10 = A. 5 B. 6 C. 7 D. 8

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3 pt. Answer from Divide B. 6

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4 pt. Question from Divide 56 8 = A.7 B.8 C.9 D.10

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4 pt. Answer from Divide A. 7

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5 pt. Question from Divide 14 7 = A.1 B.2 C.4 D.8

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5 pt. Answer from Divide B. 2

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1 pt. Question from Facts Which one is 482? A.four hundred eighty-two B.four eight two C.four hundred and eighty and two D.forty-eight and two

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1 pt. Answer from Facts A.four hundred eighty-two

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2 pt. Question from Facts Which one is 5, 709? A.five thousand seven hundred nine B.five thousand seven hundred ninety C.five thousand seventy-nine hundred D.five thousand seven and nine

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2 pt. Answer from Facts A.five thousand seven hundred nine

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3 pt. Question from Facts Which one is 1, 092? A.one thousand nine hundred two B.one thousand ninety-two C.one thousand nine and two D.one hundred ninety-two

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3 pt. Answer from Facts B.one thousand ninety-two

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4 pt. Question from Facts Show how to read the number: 722 A.seven hundred twenty B.seven hundred twenty-two C.seven-two-two D.seventy twenty-two

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4 pt. Answer from Facts B.seven hundred twenty-two

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5 pt. Question from Facts Show how to read the number: 1,475 A.one thousand, four hundred, seventy-five B.one thousand forty-seventy- five C.one-four-seven-five D.fourteen-seventy-five

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5 pt. Answer from Facts A.one thousand, four hundred, seventy-five

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Buzzer Shot Mr. Benton's English class reads books for the school Read-A-Thon. They started in January and they had until May to complete their goal. By February, the class had read 200 books! In May, they read 125 books. Their initial goal was 450 books. How many months did they have to read the books? A.2 months B.6 months. C.5 months D.1 month

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Buzzer Shot Answer C. 5 months

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