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Which statement is not well represented by + 125?. A. The city is 125 feet above sea level. B. The new company hired 125 people. C. The stock market rose 125 points today. D. 125 students graduated from junior high school. About what fraction of the figure is shaded?.

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which statement is not well represented by 125
Which statement is not well represented by + 125?
  • A. The city is 125 feet above sea level.
  • B. The new company hired 125 people.
  • C. The stock market rose 125 points today.
  • D. 125 students graduated from junior high school.
about what fraction of the figure is shaded
About what fraction of the figure is shaded?
  • A. between 1/6 and 1/3
  • B. between 1/3 and 1/2
  • C. between 1/2 and 2/3
  • D. between 2/3 and 1
if y is a positive number what should replace the to make the equation true
If y is a positive number, what should replace the □ to make the equation true?
  • 3y + 4y = □
  • A. -y
  • B. y
  • C. -7y
  • D. 7y
in which order should the operations be performed in 32 9 2 x 10 4
In which order should the operations be performed in 32 + 9 - 2 x 10 ÷ 4?
  • A. + - x ÷
  • B. x + - ÷
  • C. x ÷ + -
  • D. ÷ x - +
slide7

Diane ran twice as far as her brother. Together they ran 6 miles. If m represents the number of miles Diane\'s brother ran, which equation shows this relationship?

  • A. m + m = 6
  • B. m - 6
  • C. m + 2m = 6
  • D. m = 2m
what number should be next in the sequence
What number should be next in the sequence?
  • 1, 2, 4, 8, ____
  • A. 10
  • B. 12
  • C. 16
  • D. 32
slide9
The figure below is built from cubes of all the same size. How many cubes are needed to build the figure below?
  • A. 12
  • B. 18
  • C. 30
  • D. 35
what is the area of a rectangle that has a length of 6 1 and a width of 7
What is the area of a rectangle that has a length of 6.1 and a width of 7?
  • A. 26.2 units
  • B. 13.1 square units
  • C. 37.21 square units
  • D. 42.7 square units
the best unit for measuring a person s weight is
The best unit for measuring a person\'s weight is
  • A. grams
  • B. ounces
  • C. pounds
  • D. tons
slide13

Melinda needs to print a 122-page paper. She has several packets of paper that contain 19 pieces of paper each. The best estimate of the number of packets of paper she will use to print her paper is given by ____.

  • A. adding 20 and 120
  • B. dividing 120 by 20
  • C. multiplying 20 times 120
  • D. subtracting 20 from 120
slide14

John is selling cupcakes at a bake sale. He baked 96 cupcakes and expected to sell 84 cupcakes. He sold only 62 of them. How many cupcakes did he have left over after the sale?

  • A. 12
  • B. 22
  • C. 34
  • D. 62
slide15

Mitchell\'s school recently put on a concert in which, during a 7 minute long piece, students sang in groups of 3. if there are 42 students in the choir, how can Mitchell figure out the number of groups?

  • A. divide 42 by 3
  • B. divide 42 by 7
  • C. subtract 3 from 42
  • D. subtract 7 from 42 and then divide by 3
for which material will the recycling center pay 1 per pound
For which material will the recycling center pay 1¢ per pound?
  • A. Glass
  • B. Tin
  • C. Plastic
  • D. Steel
how much would it cost to buy 5 yo yos 14 plastic frogs and 4 noisemakers
How much would it cost to buy 5 yo-yos, 14 plastic frogs, and 4 noisemakers?
  • A. $10.90
  • B. $9.50
  • C. $5.90
  • D. $4.50
which statement is well represented by 13
Which statement is well represented by -13?
  • A. The student missed 13 points on the test.
  • B. There were 13 original colonies in the United States.
  • C. We went on vacation for 13 days.
  • D. There were 13 questions on the quiz.
slide20

The following students measured the height of plants they had grown from a seed in science class.Which list below shows the students whose plant grew the most, in order, most to least?

  • A. Angie, Karen, Juana, Pat, Nancy
  • B. Karen, Pat, Nancy, Angie, Juana
  • C. Juana, Angie, Pat, Nancy, Karen
  • D. Juana, Angie, Nancy, Pat, Karen
what set of numbers do you arrive at if you add 1 to every even number
What set of numbers do you arrive at if you add 1 to every even number?
  • A. Even numbers
  • B. Odd numbers
  • C. Decimals
  • D. Composite numbers
in which order should the operations be performed in 16 12 6 x 4 3
In which order should the operations be performed in 16 + 12 ÷ 6 x (4 - 3)?
  • A. + ÷ x -
  • B. - ÷ x +
  • C. ÷ x + -
  • D. - + ÷ x
what should replace the to make the number sentence true
What should replace the □ to make the number sentence true?
  • □ - (3 x 6) > 5
  • A. 18
  • B. 20
  • C. 22
  • D. 24
slide24

Pamela is saving money to buy a puppy. She now has $23 and the puppy costs $125. If s represents the number of dollars Pamela still needs to save, which equation shows this relationship?

  • A. 23 + 125 = s
  • B. 23 + s = 125
  • C. s - 23 = 125
  • D. 23 - 125 = s
what number is missing from the sequence
What number is missing from the sequence?
  • 144, 72, ____, 18, 9
  • A. 72
  • B. 36
  • C. 216
  • D. 144
slide26
The figure below is built from cubes of all the same size. How many cubes are needed to build the figure below?
  • A. 10
  • B. 13
  • C. 16
  • D. 20
what is the area of the square below
What is the area of the square below?
  • A. 7 in.2
  • B. 14 in.2
  • C. 28 in.2
  • D. 49 in.2
slide29

There are 5 green marbles and 6 red marbles in a jar. Julie already drew a green marble. What is the likelihood that she will draw another green marble?

slide30

Andy has 32 containers of thumbtacks that contain 58 thumbtacks each. The best estimate of the total number of thumbtacks that Andy has is given by ___.

  • A. Adding 30 and 60
  • B. Dividing 60 by 30
  • C. Multiplying 30 times 60
  • D. subtracting 30 from 60
slide31

Rochelle bought a jacket on sale. The regular price of the jacket was $45. The sale price was 15% off. How much did Rochelle pay for the jacket?

  • A. $6.75
  • B. $15
  • C. $30
  • D. $38.25
slide32

Joan\'s backpack contains a math book, a walkman, and some clothing. The three items weigh 6 pounds all together. If the math book weighs 4 1/2 pounds and the remaining items weigh equal amounts, what is the weight of Joan\'s walkman?

  • A. 1/2 pound
  • B. 3/4 pound
  • C. 1 1/2 pounds
  • D. 2 pounds
find the amount of money that the recycling center will pay for 1 pound of glass
Find the amount of money that the recycling center will pay for 1 pound of glass.
  • A. 1¢
  • B. 4¢
  • C. 8¢
  • D. 25¢
slide34
The mast on a model ship is 24 inches tall. If 8 inches on the model mast represents 3 yards on the real mast, how tall is the real mast?
  • A. 3 yards
  • B. 6 yards
  • C. 9 yards
  • D. 19 yards
approximately what fraction of the squares are shaded
Approximately what fraction of the squares are shaded?
  • A. Less than 1/3
  • B. Between 1/3 and 2/3
  • C. More than 2/3
  • D. 1
if x is a positive number what should replace the to make the equation true
If x is a positive number, what should replace the □ to make the equation true?
  • -x + □ = -x
  • A. 0
  • B. 1
  • C. -x
  • D. x
what set of numbers do you arrive at if you take away all of the composite numbers
What set of numbers do you arrive at if you take away all of the composite numbers?
  • A. Decimals
  • B. Even numbers
  • C. Odd numbers
  • D. Prime numbers
what should replace the to make the number sentence true40
What should replace the □ to make the number sentence true?
  • □ + (12 ÷ 3 ) > 8
  • A. 2
  • B. 3
  • C. 4
  • D. 5
slide41
Row A: 5, 8, 11, 14, 17Row B: 15, 18, 21, ____, 27The two sequences are similar to each other. What number is missing from Row B?
  • A. 22
  • B. 23
  • C. 24
  • D. 25
slide42

On Monday, George spent 1 nickel. On Tuesday, he spent 2 nickels. On Wednesday, he spent 4 nickels. On Friday, he spent 16 nickels. On Saturday, he spent 32 nickels. How many nickels did he spend on Thursday?

  • A. 8
  • B. 2
  • C. 6
  • D. 20
slide43
The shape below is built from cubes of the same size. How many cubes are needed to build the shape below?
  • A. 7
  • B. 13
  • C. 16
  • D. 27
the best unit for measuring the wingspan of a housefly is
The best unit for measuring the wingspan of a housefly is
  • A. millimeters
  • B. feet
  • C. yards
  • D. kilometers
which of the following sets of numbers has the greatest mode
Which of the following sets of numbers has the greatest mode?
  • A. {1, 5, 7, 7, 6, 1}
  • B. {225.3, 5.07, 38.3, 5.07}
  • C. {3 1/4, 4, 3 1/4, 4, 17, 4}
  • D. {712.6, 3.08, 815.2}
slide47

Sam bought a CD, a computer game, and a pair of headphones. The CD cost $16, the game cost $42, and the headphones cost half as much as the game. How much did Sam spend in total?

  • A. $6
  • B. $79
  • C. $100
  • D. $142
slide48

Emily made 43 chocolate chip cookies. Before she left for school in the morning, she took a dozen cookies out of the container to save for her family. She brought the rest to school for a class party. If there are 18 people in Emily\'s class, what is the average number of cookies per student?

  • A. 1.7 cookies
  • B. 2.4 cookies
  • C. 3.1 cookies
  • D. None of the above
which material is worth the least per pound
Which material is worth the least per pound?
  • A. Plastic
  • B. Cardboard
  • C. Tin
  • D. Aluminum
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