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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?**• 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? • 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? • A. + - x ÷ • B. x + - ÷ • C. x ÷ + - • D. ÷ x - +**If 15 - b = 37, what is the value of b?**• A. - 52 • B. -22 • C. 22 • D. 52**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?**• 1, 2, 4, 8, ____ • A. 10 • B. 12 • C. 16 • D. 32**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**Which of the following groups of shapes would be used to**form a cone?**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**• A. grams • B. ounces • C. pounds • D. tons**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**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**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? • A. Glass • B. Tin • C. Plastic • D. Steel**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?**• 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.**Please arrange the following fractions from least to**greatest.**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? • 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)? • A. + ÷ x - • B. - ÷ x + • C. ÷ x + - • D. - + ÷ x**What should replace the □ to make the number sentence**true? • □ - (3 x 6) > 5 • A. 18 • B. 20 • C. 22 • D. 24**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?**• 144, 72, ____, 18, 9 • A. 72 • B. 36 • C. 216 • D. 144**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?**• A. 7 in.2 • B. 14 in.2 • C. 28 in.2 • D. 49 in.2**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?**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**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**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. • A. 1¢ • B. 4¢ • C. 8¢ • D. 25¢**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?**• A. Less than 1/3 • B. Between 1/3 and 2/3 • C. More than 2/3 • D. 1**Please arrange the following fractions from least to**greatest.**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? • A. Decimals • B. Even numbers • C. Odd numbers • D. Prime numbers**If 49 ÷ 7 = n, what is the value ofn x 7?**• A. n • B. 7 • C. 49 • D. 343**What should replace the □ to make the number sentence**true? • □ + (12 ÷ 3 ) > 8 • A. 2 • B. 3 • C. 4 • D. 5**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**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**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**• A. millimeters • B. feet • C. yards • D. kilometers**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}**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**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?**• A. Plastic • B. Cardboard • C. Tin • D. Aluminum**How much would it cost to buy 8 balloons and 2 hats?**• A. $4.50 • B. $4.63 • C. $4.90 • D. $6.10