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**Daily LEAP Review**Day 1 Write the standard form of the following expression: 8 thousands 3 hundreds 4 tens 7 ones**Daily LEAP Review**Day 2 Write the following number in words: 1,685**Daily LEAP Review**Day 3 Write the following number in expanded notation: 2,323 EX: 5498 is 5000 + 400 + 90 + 8**Daily LEAP Review**Day 4 What is the value of the digit 6 in the following number? 4,976**Daily LEAP Review**Day 5 Write the following pair of numbers. Circle the number with the greater value. 765 and 767**Daily LEAP Review**Day 6 Write the following as a number sentence using numbers: Eight plus nine equals seventeen.**Daily LEAP Review**Day 7 If the statement is true, write T. If the statement is false, write F. ____ a. Six plus nine equals fifteen. ____ b. Zero plus nine equals nine. ____ c. 35 can be separated into two equal groups.**Daily LEAP Review**Day 8 Write the standard form of the following expression: 2 thousands 9 hundreds 0 tens 1 one**Daily LEAP Review**Day 9 Write the following number in words: 6,006**Daily LEAP Review**Day 10 Write the expanded notation of the following number: 1, 486**Daily LEAP Review**Day 11 Write the value of the digit 6 in the following number: 96,754**Daily LEAP Review**Day 12 Write the following pair of numbers. Circle the number with the greater value and write the place value that makes the number greater. 3,672 and 3,772**Daily LEAP Review**Day 13 There were 85 people in line to buy concert tickets. Jeff was 80th in line. Dan was the second person behind Jeff. What position was Dan in the line?**¼ ½ ¾**Daily LEAP Review Day 14 Use the chart to answer the following questions: a. What fraction of the chart is green? b. What fraction of the chart is not blue? c. What fraction of the chart is not green or yellow?**Daily LEAP Review**Day 15 Write the following fractions in words: a. ½ b. ¾ c. 7/9**Daily LEAP Review**Day 16 Write the following amount as a dollar amount. 12 dimes**Daily LEAP Review**Day 17 Tommy has one dollar, Jenny has two quarters and three pennies. Frank has seven quarters, and Josh has five dimes and two pennies. Who has the most money? A. Jenny B. Tommy C. Josh D. Frank**Daily LEAP Review**Day 18 Mr. Jacob bought 8.37 lbs. of chicken and 3.24 lbs. of sausage to use in a gumbo. About how many pounds of meat did Mr. Jacob buy? A. 11 lbs. B. 12 lbs. C. 9 lbs. D. 13 lbs.**Daily LEAP Review**Day 19 Megan decided to eat a handful of peanuts. There were 40 in the bag. She ate 20. About how much did she eat? A. About 25% B. Between 25% and 50% C. 50% D. 75%**Daily LEAP Review**Day 20 Write < , > or = in each blank. a. 63 _______ 62 b. 415 _______ 451 c. 639 _______ 539 d. 1,417 ______ 1,471**Daily LEAP Review**Day 21 Write the following set of numbers from least to greatest. 1,907 1,970 1,017**Daily LEAP Review**Day 22 Mystery Number!!! I am between 6,000 and 7,000. All of my digits are the same. What number am I?**Daily LEAP Review**Day 23 What operation would you use to solve this problem: Each student in Mr. Cooper’s 4th grade class has 6 textbooks. There are 22 students in the class. How many textbooks do they have in all? A. Add B. Subtract C. Multiply D. Divide**Daily LEAP Review**Day 24 Complete the following sequences (patterns). a. 5, ____, ____, ____, 25 b. 3, 6, 9, ____, ____, ____, ____**Daily LEAP Review**Day 25 Tiffany bought a new CD at the store. She received a $5 bill, 2 quarters, 3 nickels and 4 pennies as change from a $20 bill. How much did the CD costs? $14.31 $14.40 $14.56 $18.31**Daily LEAP Review**Day 26 Write the name of the each of the following months: The third month of the year__________ The seventh month of the year ________ The tenth month of the year ________**Daily LEAP Review**Day 27 Dee has a quarter and one nickel. Kim has a quarter, 3 nickels and 1 penny. James has two quarters. Amanda has 2 dimes, 2 nickels and five pennies. Who has the most money? A. Dee B. Kim C. James D. Amanda**Daily LEAP Review**Day 28 Gene bought a roller blade helmet for $19.39 and a backpack for $11.95. How much changes did he get back from $40.00? A. $20.61 B. $28.05 C. $8.66 D. $11.34**Daily LEAP Review**Day 29 Mason bought 3 CD’s for $14.98 each. He gave the clerk $50.00. What change did he receive? A. $8.30 B. $5.06 C. $5.00 D. $4.94**Daily LEAP Review**Day 30 Chelsi brought 3 notebooks, 25 pencils, 7 pens, 2 markers and 15 pieces of bubble gum to school. How many items did Chelsi bring altogether? A. 50 B. 52 C. 49 D. 51**Daily LEAP Review**Day 31 Demarius has 3 packages of paper with 100 sheets each, 2 packages with 150 sheets each, and 1 package with 60 sheets. How many sheets of paper does he have in all? A. 310 B. 410 C. 560 D. 660**Daily LEAP Review**Day 32 What number goes in the place of to make both of the following number sentences true? 11 + = + 11 11 - = 11 A. = 2 B. = 4 C. = 0 D. = 10**Daily LEAP Review**Day 33 9 feet What is the perimeter (The distance around the entire rectangle) of the following figure? 6 feet 6 feet 9 feet**Daily LEAP Review**Day 34 Write the ending time in each blank: Starting time: 7:45 a.m. Elapsed time: 4 hours and 10 minutes Ending time: ___________________ Starting time: 4:20 p.m. Elapsed time: 4 hours and 10 minutes Ending time: ____________________**Daily LEAP Review**Day 35 A family wants to fence in part of their backyard. The enclosure would be a rectangle with a length of 9 meters. What other information is needed to determine the amount of the fence? A. The cost of the fence B. The height of the fence C. The width of the fence D. The length of the rectangle**Daily LEAP Review**Day 36 Mr. Bond wants to measure the perimeter of the playground. Which instrument for measuring would be the most reasonable to use? A. 12 inch ruler B. Yard Stick C. Tape measure D. Thermometer**Daily LEAP Review**Day 37 Choose the most reasonable measurement for 1. Coffee Table 2. Cruise Ship A. 25 ounces A. 4 pounds B. 25 pounds B. 4 tons C. 25 tons C. 4 ounces D. 25 grams D. 4 grams**Daily LEAP Review**Day 38 Crystal opened a new package of stickers. She gave 6 stickers to each of her three friends. She has 12 stickers left for herself. How many stickers were in the package? A. 6 stickers B. 20 stickers C. 21 stickers D. 30 stickers**Daily LEAP Review**Day 39 Which symbol belongs in the box to make this sentence true? 24 candies ÷ 3 equal piles 2 piles x 4 candies in each pile A. < B. > C. X D. =**Daily LEAP Review**Day 40 Mr. Jordan put a fence all the way around his rectangular yard for his dog. What is the perimeter of his yard? A. 25 meters B. 50 meters C. 150 meters D. 250 meters 10 meters 15 meters**Daily LEAP Review**Day 41 Mary has the two congruent triangles shown below. Which of the following can she make with her triangles? A. B. C. D.**Day 42**Daily LEAP Review John, Chad, Adam and Phil each bought a candy bar with 6 sections as shown below. John ate 1/6of the bar. Chad ate ½ of the bar. Chris ate 2/6 of the bar. Who ate the most? A. John B. Chad C. Chris**Day 43**Daily LEAP Review Edward and Julie each have 15 smiley face stickers. Sue has 20. Which process could they use to find out how many they have altogether? A. Add 15 and 20 B. Multiply 15 and 20 C. Add 15 and 20, then multiply by 2 D. Multiply 15 by 2; then add 20**Day 44**Daily LEAP Review Megan is increasing the number of minutes she exercises each day according to the pattern shown below. How many minutes should she exercise on Friday? A. 18 minutes B. 20 minutes C. 24 minutes D. 32 minutes**Daily LEAP Review**Day 45 Which of the following shows the flag above turned 90 degrees clockwise? A. B. C. D.**Daily LEAP Review**Day 46 What is the rule in the following pattern? 96, 48, 24, … A. Divide by 2 B. Divide by 3 C. Subtract 24 D. Subtract 48**Daily LEAP Review**Day 47 Sam’s mother told him to buy seven-tenths of a pound of hamburger. Each package is marked to show its weight. Sam should buy the package marked A. 7.10 pounds B. 1.70 pounds C. 0.7 pounds D. 0.1 pounds**Daily LEAP Review**Day 48 Form the largest possible 4-digit number using the digits 4, 8, 3, and 7 (____). Which of these numbers would be in the hundreds place? A. 4 B. 8 C. 3 D. 7**Daily LEAP Review**Day 49 Jack had $80.00. He bought a jacket for $57.33. About how much money does he have left to spend on a hat and gloves? A. $30 B. $20 C. $15 D. $150**Daily LEAP Review**Day 50 There are 1,000 stamps in a book, 100 stamps on a page and 10 stamps in each row. Using this information, how many stamps are in two books and one page? A. 2010 B. 32 C. 2100 D. 210