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Your STAAR Questions Remember you have as much time as you need! Do your best work! Check your answers and read carefully

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Read each problem carefully… What do you know? What do you need to find out? Highlight,Underline or circle key words, numbers or phrases. Place a large star or circle problems that give you difficulty and go back to check or solve later Understand the Problem

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Develop a Plan Have you solved a similar problem? Decide on a strategy Choose an operation Make a table Guess and check Look for a pattern Use logical reasoning (Does it make sense?) Estimate an answer Make an organized list Draw a picture Solve a simpler problem

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Solve What is the solution? Did it work? You may need to try another strategy. Look Back: Did you answer the right question? Does your answer make sense? Is your answer reasonable? Solve and Look Back Check

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Mixed Fractions/Improper Fraction Equivalent Fractions/ Common Denominators FRACTIONS 2 3 7 = 17 7 5858 10 16 = 2 3 12 8 =

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Number Sentences 4 + x = 9 + 4 Commutative Property Changes Order Check to see what number sentence matches the answer you know is correct!

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For Reasonable Results/ Answers remember to use high and low estimates I’m going to buy 5 gifts for my friends. What is a reasonable total I will spend? Most expensive Least expensive $8.00 $12.00

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Add and Subtract decimals by lining up the decimal 12.34 6.8.486 + 17.1.58 __..

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Use the formula chart to help you with conversions 48 hours = ________ days 8 pints = _________ quarts 15 feet = _______yards 3 feet = _______ inches 3 pounds = _______ounces

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2 pairs of jeans cost $30 so how much would 8 pairs of jeans cost? THINK about patterns and draw tables to help you*

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Appropriate Measure of Angles Parallel // Perpendicular + Intersecting X Congruent Similar 90 degrees / 180 degrees Right /Obtuse/Acute/Equilateral Trapezoid/Parallelogram/Rhombus/Rectangle/Square/ Pentagon/Hexagon/Octagon/Cylinder/Sphere/Triangle GEOMETRY

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Strip Diagrams

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How many are needed? How many are left over? How many complete/full? 7167 14 27 21 6 23 R 6 DIVISION

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Estimation Remember to ESTIMATE BEFORE YOU SOLVE 176 + 24 = 180 + 20 = 376 – 54 = 380 – 50 = OR 356 = 400 X 58 = x 60 Use Compatible Numbers – Easy on the Brain 368 ÷ 9 = 360 ÷ 9 or 223 ÷ 6 = 240 ÷ 6

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Graphing Data can be represented as whole numbers, decimals or fractions…

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Fraction Decimal (Break up a ruler into parts).10 = 1/10.25 = 25/100 = ¼.50 =.5 = 50/100 =5/10 =1/2

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Use Formula chart for perimeter, area, weight, capacity, & time relationships (conversions). 7in 4 in P=3+4+3+4+6+8 P=28 6 3 3 8 4 4

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2,3,5,8,12,17,__,__ Boxes of crayons Number of crayons 216 324 432 5? Jerry had a job counting boxes being sent out of the factory. On his 1 st day he counted 18 boxes, his 2 nd day 24 boxes, the 3 rd day 30 boxes. If this pattern continues, how many boxes will he have counted on the 7 th day on the job? 182430 2345167 364248 Patterns/Charts/Tables/Diagrams/

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PLACEVALUEPLACEVALUE Place (Underlined)Name of Position.000Tenths.000Hundredths 1,000Ones 1,000Tens 1,000Hundreds 1,000Thousands 1,000,000Ten Thousands 1,000,000Hundred Thousands 1,000,000Millions 1,000,000,000Ten Millions 1,000,000,000Hundred Millions 1,000,000,000Billions 100,000,000,000Ten Billions 100,000,000,000Hundred Billions 933,458 = 30,000 is 10 times 3,000 and 3,000 is 1/10 of 30,000

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Order Fractions: Draw pictures, Same denominator (lesser numerator is less) Same numerators (lesser denominator is greater) FRACTIONS

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Other stuff Elapsed time – mountains and hills / SEE G l or l G Area = Array peRIMeter Lay an egg Pentagon Meter Crazy uncles Fixed/ Variable expenses Profit, spend, save, and sharing Financial Institutions – keep money safe, borrow money, and lend money

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Cross out answers that do not fit Select the answer choice that matches your answer. (Remember if the answer has decimals or fractions as remainders, then work your problem the same way.) If the answer is not there, work the problem again. CHECK YOUR MATH (+, -, x, /) CAREFULLY Look at Your Answer Choices

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