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What is the total value of the disks


below?

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100

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number 675?

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A teacher has 28 math books on a


shelf and 30 math books in a box. The
teacher needs 62 math books. Does
the teacher have enough math books?
Yes, there are exactly 62 books.

Yes, there are more than


62 books.

No, the teacher needs 4 more


books.

No, the teacher needs 6 more


books.

Gina had 12 stickers.

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She gave 3 stickers to each of her


4 friends. What fraction of the
12 stickers did she give to each friend?

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Pauls Pizza Parlor sold 63 pizzas for


lunch. It sold 10 fewer pizzas for
dinner. How many pizzas were sold
altogether?
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Mary and her friends put their


marbles into groups of ten. Mary had
6 groups, Sandy had 5 groups, and
Jake had 9 groups. There were
4 marbles left over. How many
marbles did the three friends have
altogether?

73

116

126

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Which thermometer shows a temperature of 74F?

80

70

70

60

60

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50

80

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What time does this clock show?

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5:50

6:10

6:50

10:30

Which triangle is congruent to the


shaded triangle?

10

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10. Which of these spinners is most likely to stop on 3?


B

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A class made a pictograph that shows the weather they saw each day.

Weather

Number of Days

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Rainy

Cloudy

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How many more days were Sunny than Cloudy?

240, 245, ____, 255, 260, ____

250, 261

250, 265

246, 265

246, 270

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David wants to make a repeating pattern by filling in the blank spaces below.

A
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B
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Which two shapes will correctly fill in the blanks from left to right?

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Twelve figures are shown in the pattern below.

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What will be the 14th figure if the pattern continues?


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Which group of base-ten blocks shows one hundred thirty-two?

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How is four hundreds, six tens, and three ones written as a number?
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364

400

463

643

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This chart shows how students arrive at Oak Street School.

Oak Street School


Student Transportation

Bus

Walk

Car

Bicycle

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How many students at Oak Street School ride the bus?


21

20

13

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25 12 + 20 = 33

25 + 12 + 20 = 57

25 12 = 13

25 + 20 = 45

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Mrs. Blakes class raised $105 for a


new printer. Mrs. Todds class raised
$70. How much more money did
Mrs. Blakes class raise than
Mrs. Todds class?
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$25

$26

$35

$36

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There were 25 cars in the parking lot,


and then 12 cars drove away. Later,
20 more cars parked in the lot. Which
number sentence shows a way to find
the number of cars in the parking lot?

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Molly scored 50 points in a game. Her


sister scored double that number of
points. How many points did Molly
and her sister score altogether?

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Which clock shows 8:25?

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12

1
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10

50

100

150

500

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How much longer is the nail than the paper clip?

6 centimeters

4 centimeters

3 centimeters

2 centimeters

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23. Which figure has no line of symmetry?

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Martha has 5 blue, 1 red, 2 yellow, and 3 green buttons in a bag. If Martha removes a
button without looking, which button color would she most likely pull out of the bag?
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blue

red

yellow

green

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Based on this Venn diagram, which statement is true?

Students whose
favorite subject
is math

Douglas

Martha

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Mickey
Kim
Joe

Mary

Tyler
Alicia

Sam

Harry

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Students who
like to eat pizza

Kelly

Logan
Erin

Students who
have a sister

Sam has a sister and likes to eat pizza.

Alicias favorite subject is math.

Mary has a sister.

Harrys favorite subject is math and he likes to eat pizza.

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On Marys pictograph, one

represents 10 books. How would 45 books be shown on

her pictograph?

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Which answer choice describes this pattern?

PQPQ

PQPR

PQRR

PQRS

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How many triangles will be in the set of triangles on Row 5 in this growing pattern?

Row 2

Row 3

Row 4

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Row 5

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Two-fourths of the circle is shaded.

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Jay had a pizza with 3 pieces. He ate


2 pieces.

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Clarence needs 2 cards with even


numbers to win his game. He must
choose from the cards below.

Jays Pizza

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61

59

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Which 2 cards does Clarence need to


choose to win?
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What fraction of the pizza did Jay eat?

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Which group of numbers is in order


from least to greatest?
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899, 900, 901

555, 557, 556

370, 371, 369

147, 145, 146

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Alicia had a box of books. She sold


31 of the books and had 19 books left.
How many books did Alicia have at
the beginning?
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12

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Mr. Riley is reading a book with


472 pages. After the first day, he had
read 65 pages. About how many more
pages does he need to read to finish
the book?

fewer than 200 pages

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between 250 and 350 pages

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between 350 and 450 pages

more than 500 pages

Todd has 20 toy cars. He will put all


the cars in groups of 4. How many
groups of cars will Todd make?

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Tims yard was covered with leaves.


He raked 1 of the yard.
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Tims Yard

How much of the yard is still covered


with leaves?
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Which circle below shows the greatest fraction shaded?

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Angie cut a small cake into 4 equal pieces. Her brother ate 14 of the cake. Angie

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How much did they eat altogether?

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