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½ of 24 = 12…so if is likely that the spinner will hit the $ 13 of 24 spins

%= ¼ of a ½ the circle = 12/4 = 3

* = ¾ of ½ the circle= about 7

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Look at the spinner?

Which tally chart showsthe most likely results of 24 spins?A B C D

24

24

24

24

Using the weights below, what combination of weights would Manuel need to equal 81 pounds?

A B C D E

50 lbs. 20 lbs. 10 lbs. 5 lbs. 1lb.

- A. 1 A and 1B and 1C and 1D
- B. 1 A and 1B and 1C and 1E
- C. 1 A and 1B and 1D and 1E
- D. 1 A and 1B and 1D

Using the weights below, what combination of weights would Manuel need to equal 81 pounds?

A B C D E

50 lbs. 20 lbs. 10 lbs. 5 lbs. 1lb.

- A. 1 A and 1B and 1C and 1D
- B. 1 A and 1B and 1C and 1E
- C. 1 A and 1B and 1D and 1E
- D. 1 A and 1B and 1D

The camp counselors needed teams of 5 campers for a game.

There were 35 campers attending camp that day.

How many teams can the counselors make?

- A. 35 - 5 = 30
- B. 35 ÷ 5 = 7
- C. 35 X 5 = 175
- D. 35 + 7 = 42

The camp counselors needed teams of 5 campers for a game.

There were 35 campers attending camp that day.

How many teams can the counselors make?

- A. 35 - 5 = 30
- B. 35 ÷ 5 = 7
- C. 35 X 5 = 175
- D. 35 + 7 = 42

What fraction of the bowling pins is laying?

- A. 10 / 4
- B. 6 / 10
- C. 4 / 10
- D. 6 / 4

What fraction of the bowling pins is laying?

- A. 10 / 4
- B. 6 / 10
- C. 4 / 10
- D. 6 / 4

Look at the spinner.

If it is spun 1 time, which color is the pointer most likely to point to?

- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

Look at the spinner.

If it is spun 1 time, which color is the pointer most likely to point to?

- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

Look at the spinner.

If it is spun 1 time, which color is the pointer least likely to point to?

- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

Look at the spinner.

If it is spun 1 time, which color is the pointer least likely to point to?

- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

Mrs. Velchoff went shopping at 2 stores?

Which statement is TRUE about the prices on her two receipts?

- A. All the prices on receipt A are even.
- B. All the prices on receipt B are less than $100
- C. All the prices on receipt A are greater than $70
- D. All the prices on receipt B are odd

RECEIPT A

$72

$60

$80

$100

$99

RECEIPT B

$49

$21

$85

$67

$203

Mrs. Velchoff went shopping at 2 stores?

Which statement is TRUE about the prices on her two receipts?

RECEIPT A

$72

$60

$80

$100

$99

RECEIPT B

$49

$21

$85

$67

$203

- A. All the prices on receipt A are even.
- B. All the prices on receipt B are less than $100
- C. All the prices on receipt A are greater than $70
- D. All the prices on receipt B are odd

Abby bought a soda for $.85 and a burger for $2.25. Which of these shows one way to find how much change she received from $5.00?

- A. Subtract $.85 from $5.00 then add $2.25.
- B. Add $.85 and $5.00 then subtract $2.25
- C. Subtract $2.25 from $5.00
- D. Add $.85 and $2.25 then subtract the total from $5.00

Abby bought a soda for $.85 and a burger for $2.25. Which of these shows one way to find how much change she received from $5.00?

- A. Subtract $.85 from $5.00 then add $2.25.
- B. Add $.85 and $5.00 then subtract $2.25
- C. Subtract $2.25 from $5.00
- D. Add $.85 and $2.25 then subtract the total from $5.00

Mrs. Stewart starts running at 2:30 PM Saturday. She ran until 3:45 PM.

How long did she run?

A. 1 hour 15 minutes B. 1 hour 45 minutes

C. 1 hour 30 minutes D. 2 hours

Mrs. Stewart starts running at 2:30 PM Saturday. She ran until 3:45 PM.

How long did she run?

2:30-3:30=1 hr.

3:30-3:45=15 min.

1 hr. + 15 min

A. 1 hour 15 minutes B. 1 hour 45 minutes

C. 1 hour 30 minutes D. 2 hours

If Ms. Decker counted raffle tgickets in groups of 5, which list shows numbers that she could have named?

- A. 5, 10, 18, 22
- B. 5, 12, 15, 20
- C. 10, 15, 20, 25
- D. 10, 15, 24, 31

If Ms. Decker counted raffle tgickets in groups of 5, which list shows numbers that she could have named?

- A. 5, 10, 18, 22
- B. 5, 12, 15, 20
- C. 10, 15, 20, 25
- D. 10, 15, 24, 31

The Kings Airport has more planes landing at the end of each week than during the day.

How many airplanes land at the Kings Airport on Saturday and Sunday?

A. 12 Planes B. 21 Planes

C. 60 Planes D. 70 Planes

Each means 5 planes landing

The Kings Airport has more planes landing at the end of each week than during the day.

How many airplanes land at the Kings Airport on Saturday and Sunday?

Each means 5 planes landing

A. 12 Planes B. 21 Planes

C. 60 Planes D. 70 Planes

A. 18 - 3 = 15

- B. 18 ÷ 3 = 6
- C. 18 X 3 = 54
- D. 18 + 3 = 21

The principal bought 18 CDs for 3 computers.

She bought the same number for each computer.

Which number sentence shows how many CDs each computer will get?

The principal bought 18 CDs for 3 computers.

She bought the same number for each computer.

Which number sentence shows how many CDs each computer will get?

- A. 18 - 3 = 15
- B. 18 ÷ 3 = 6
- C. 18 X 3 = 54
- D. 18 + 3 = 21

A. 90 - 45 + 15

- B. 90 + 45 -15
- C. 90 + 45 + 15
- D. 90 - 45 - 15

Mrs. Pugh had 90 minutes to run errands. She spent 45 minutes buying gas, 15 minutes in the post office, and the rest of the time at the pet store.

How much time did she spend at the pet store?

Mrs. Pugh had 90 minutes to run errands. She spent 45 minutes buying gas, 15 minutes in the post office, and the rest of the time at the pet store.

How much time did she spend at the pet store?

- A. 90 - 45 + 15
- B. 90 + 45 -15
- C. 90 + 45 + 15
- D. 90 - 45 - 15

Which number does point H best represent on the number line?

A. 515

B. 545

C. 535

D. 525

H

445 465 485 505

Which number does point H best represent on the number line?

A. 515

B. 545

C. 535

D. 525

H

445 465 485 505

While visiting the arcade, Connor saw 15 sports games, 7 racing games, 4 dance games, and 12 water games. How many racing and water games did Connor see?

- A. 15 + 7
- B. 7 + 12
- C. 7 + 4
- D. 15 + 12

While visiting the arcade, Connor saw 15 sports games, 7 racing games, 4 dance games, and 12 water games. How many racing and water games did Connor see?

- A. 15 + 7
- B. 7 + 12
- C. 7 + 4
- D. 15 + 12

The table below shows the number of pretzels sold at the baseball stadium during the summer.

In which two months were the most pretzels sold?

A. June and July B. July and August

C. June and August D. August and September

The table below shows the number of pretzels sold at the baseball stadium during the summer.

In which two months were the most pretzels sold?

A. June and July B. July and August

C. June and August D. August and September

Melanie has a box of 100 colored paper clips. 13 clips are red, 27 are yellow, 36 are white, and 24 are blue.

If she pulls out 1 paper clip without looking, which color of paper clip is she LEAST likely to pull out? WHY?

- Red
- Yellow
- White
- Blue

Melanie has a box of 100 colored paper clips. 13 clips are red, 27 are yellow, 36 are white, and 24 are blue.

If she pulls out 1 paper clip without looking, which color of paper clip is she LEAST likely to pull out? WHY?

- Red
- Yellow
- White
- Blue

Alexis reached in the bag and pulled out a handful of on some plastic game pieces.

What fraction of the pieces were Green?

A. 2/12 B. 2/10

C. 8/12 D. 4/12

Alexis reached in the bag and pulled out a handful of on some plastic game pieces.

What fraction of the pieces were Green?

A. 2/12 B. 2/10

C. 8/12 D. 4/12

Ty went to get a haircut with $20 in his pocket. After spending $11 on the haircut, he went next door to buy a slice of pizza and a soda for $3. Which number sentence shows how much money Ty has left?

A. 20 + 11 - 3 B. 20 – 11 + 3

C. 20 + 11 + 3 D. 20 – 11 – 3

Ty went to get a haircut with $20 in his pocket. After spending $11 on the haircut, he went next door to buy a slice of pizza and a soda for $3. Which number sentence shows how much money Ty has left?

A. 20 + 11 - 3 B. 20 – 11 + 3

C. 20 + 11 + 3 D. 20 – 11 – 3

Look at the figures.

Which statement is true?

A. They are rectangles

B. They are three-dimensional figures

C. They each have only one line of symmetry

D. They each have the same area.

Look at the figures.

Which statement is true?

A. They are rectangles

B. They are three-dimensional figures

C. They each have only one line of symmetry

D. They each have the same area.

Ms. Brown has the four containers below filled with cool prizes?

Which of the following best describes the shapes of the containers?

A. Squares and Circle B. Cubes and Spheres

C. Rectangular Prisms and Cylinders

D. Rectangular Pyramids and Cones

Ms. Brown has the four containers below filled with cool prizes?

Which of the following best describes the shapes of the containers?

A. Squares and Circle B. Cubes and Spheres

C. Rectangular Prisms and Cylinders

D. Rectangular Pyramids and Cones

Ms. Swank can fit 12 of her music CDs in the CD stand. She has 36 CDs.

How many CD stands does she need to hold all 36?

A. 2

B. 3

C. 24

D. 36

Ms. Swank can fit 12 of her music CDs in the CD stand. She has 36 CDs.

How many CD stands does she need to hold all 36?

A. 2

B. 3

C. 24

D. 36

Ms. Kohlmeier went counted her Easter eggs into groups of 4.

Which list shows the numbers that she counted?

A. 4, 5, 8, 12 B. 8, 12 ,13, 16

C. 8, 12, 20, 24 D. 4, 9, 12, 16

Ms. Kohlmeier went counted her Easter eggs into groups of 4.

Which list shows the numbers that she counted?

A. 4, 5, 8, 12 B. 8, 12 ,13, 16

C. 8, 12, 20, 24 D. 4, 9, 12, 16

Ben, Sam, and Joe play baseball. Ben has 14 hits and Sam has half as many hits as Ben. Joe has 5 more hits than Sam. Which shows the number of hits each boy has?

A. Ben 14, Sam 28, Joe 19

B. Ben 14, Sam 28, Joe 33

C. Ben 14, Sam 7, Joe 2

D. Ben 14, Sam 7, Joe 12

Ben, Sam, and Joe play baseball. Ben has 14 hits and Sam has half as many hits as Ben. Joe has 5 more hits than Sam. Which shows the number of hits each boy has?

A. Ben 14, Sam 28, Joe 19

B. Ben 14, Sam 28, Joe 33

C. Ben 14, Sam 7, Joe 2

D. Ben 14, Sam 7, Joe 12

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