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Kayla enjoyed solving equations. She provided the teacher with the solution to the problem below, but did not explain her answer. 3r = 21 r = 7 Which statement could Kayla use to explain how she got her answer? |
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a) Divide both sides by three. | b) Add three to both sides of the equation. | c) Multiply both sides of the equation by 3. | d) Subtract 3 from both sides of the equation. | |

Kara’s science test scores are listed below. 83, 76, 81, 100 What is her mean score? |
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a) 85 | b) 80 | c) 75 | d) 70 | |

How would the inverse operation of addition be used to solve this equation? 36 + m = 54 |
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a) 54 – 36 = m | b) 36 + 54 = m | c) 54 ÷ 36 = m | d) 36 × 54 = m | |

Which number sentence is true? |
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a) 7(6 + 7) = 6 × 7 | b) 7 – 6 = 6 – 7 | c) 7(6 + 7) = 42 | d) 7 × 6 = 6 × 7 | |

A food distribution company ordered 3,150 jars of grape jelly. Each box contained 8 jars. The warehouse manager used the expression 3,150 ÷ 8 to find how many boxes are needed for shipping. Which statement explains the first step to find how man |
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a) Divide 50 by 8 | b) Divide 150 by 8 | c) Divide 3000 by 8 | d) Divide 3500 by 8 | |

Which option uses the distributive property as one method for multiplying 23 x 5? |
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a) (20+3)(5) = (20 ×5) + (3 × 5) = 100 + 15 = 115 | b) (25 + 25 + 25 + 25) + (5 + 5 + 5) = 115 | c) (23 + 23) + (23 + 23 + 23) = 115 | d) 23 × 5 = 115 and 115 ÷ 5 = 23 | |

Bob received the following scores on his science tests: 72, 86, 92, 63, x, and 77. What value of x will give Bob an average score of 80? |
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a) 70 | b) 80 | c) 90 | d) 100 | |

Classes that visit the Jones Life Science Museum are divided into groups of 4 students for each tour guide. Which of the following classes would not be able to form groups of 4 students with none left over? |
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a) A class of 36 students | b) A class of 40 students | c) A class of 46 students | d) A class of 52 students | |

A penny has a mass of 3.74 grams. A quarter has a mass of 5.6 grams. What is the difference of their masses? |
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a) 1.84 grams | b) 1.86 grams | c) 1.94 grams | d) 2.14 grams | |

Which of the following is another way to write the numeral 1,432.08? |
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a) One thousand four hundred thirty-two and eight tenths | b) One thousand four hundred twenty-three and eight tenths | c) One thousand three hundred forty-two and eight hundredths | d) One thousand four hundred thirty-two and eight hundredths | |

This table shows the heights, in inches, of the seven Young cousins: Sandra 61 Melvin 41 Charles 71 Terry 45 Darryl 43 Tyra 48 Jennie 58 If the Young cousins stood in a line from shortest to tallest, who should stand in the middle? |
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a) Melvin | b) Terry | c) Sandra | d) Tyra | |

Jennifer has a ribbon that is 78 inches long. She wants to divide it into 5 equal pieces. About how long will each piece be? |
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a) 83 inches | b) 73 inches | c) 16 inches | d) 14 inches | |

What is the value of b in the equation below and why? b – 32 = 46 |
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a) The value of b is 78 because 46 + 32 = 78. | b) The value of b is 88 because 46 + 32 = 88. | c) The value of b is 15 because 46 – 32 = 15. | d) The value of b is 14 because 46 – 32 = 14. | |

On Saturday, 15,000 people attended the state championship play-off basketball game. The following week 11,392 people attended the final game. How many more people attended the first week than the second week? |
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a) 3,602 | b) 3,608 | c) 3,612 | d) 361 | |

Marta and Shawn are decorating a banner for homecoming. Shawn decorated 8 3 of the banner and Marta decorated 8 4 of the banner. How much more of the banner do they need to decorate? |
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a) 1/8 | b) 7/8 | c) 1/16 | d) 7/16 | |

To feed 3 dogs, Taylor uses 9 pounds of food daily. About how much food does 1 dog eat in 7 days? |
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a) 63 pounds | b) 27 pounds | c) 21 pounds | d) 19 pounds | |

There were 10,453 items checked out of the school library in one week. The next week 14,975 items were checked out. A week later 6,938 items were checked out. How many items were checked out in three weeks? |
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a) 32,256 | b) 32,356 | c) 32,366 | d) 33,366 | |

Samantha used a rule to make the number pattern shown below. 30 33 36 39 42 Which of the following group of numbers has a pattern similar to the one that Samantha used? |
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a) 31 34 35 38 39 | b) 35 37 39 41 43 | c) 35 38 40 43 45 | d) 35 38 41 44 47 | |

Four fourth graders were competing in a math competition. The teacher called out 7 times 8 and asked the students to write their name and answer on index cards. Jody 42 Marvin 49 Helen 56 Warren 74 Which student wrote the correct response? |
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a) Jody | b) Marvin | c) Helen | d) Warren | |

Listed below are Jason’s eleven scores on his math quizzes. 79, 80, 85, 77, 100, 83, 75, 95, 84, 76, and 75 Which comparison of Jason’s scores is true? |
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a) mean mode | b) mode median | c) mean median | d) range median | |

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