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Brandy went mountain climbing. She ascended 20 feet above sea level and then descended 5 feet. Determine the opposite of the height Brandy descended. How do you know the value you chose is the opposite? |
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a) -20 feet is the opposite of the height Brandy descended because the values are the same. but in different directions. | b) -5 feet is the opposite of the height Brandy descended because opposites are always negative. | c) 5 feet is the opposite of the height Brandy descended because the values are the same, but in different directions. | d) 20 feet is the opposite of the height Brandy descended because the values are the same, but in different directions. | |

Each student needs a pencil and an eraser to take a test. If pencils come 6 in a box and erasers come 10 in a bag, what is the least number of boxes and bags needed for 30 students to each have a pencil and an eraser? |
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a) 6 boxes of pencils, 10 bags of erasers | b) 5 boxes of pencils, 3 bags of erasers | c) 2 boxes of pencils, 1 bag of erasers | d) 3 boxes of pencils, 5 bags of erasers | |

One beetle is 0.07 inch long, and another is 0.53 inch. Which length is greater? |
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a) 0.53 inch | b) 0.07 inch | c) | d) | |

Mary Ann needs 3/7 cup of sugar to bake a cake. She has 3/5 cup. Does she have enough to bake the cake? |
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a) Yes | b) No | c) | d) | |

Paul needs 4/7 gallon of gas to mow the lawn. He has 1/2 gallon. Does he have enough gas to mow the lawn? |
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a) Yes | b) No | c) | d) | |

Write these numbers in order from least to greatest: -4, -8.2, 6, -9 and 7/4 |
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a) -9, -8.2, - 7/4, 6 | b) 6, 7/4, -4, -8.2, -9 | c) -9, -8.2, -4, 7/4, 6 | d) -4, -8.2, -6, 7/4, -4 | |

Order 7/11, 7/13 and 5/13 from least to greatest. |
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a) 7/11, 7/13, 5/13 | b) 5/13, 7/11, 7/13 | c) 7/13, 5/13, 7/11 | d) 5/13, 7/13, 7/11 | |

Compare -0.5 and 7/10. |
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a) -0.5 is greater than 7/10 | b) -0.5 is less than 7/10 | c) -0.5 is equal to 7/10 | d) -0.5 is the absolute value of 7/10 | |

Put these numbers in order from least to greatest. 0.49, 0.5, 1/5 |
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a) 0.49, 1/5, 0.5 | b) 1/5, 0.5, 0.49 | c) 1/5, 0.49, 0.5 | d) 0.5, 0.49, 1/5 | |

Lauren visits the park every 3 days and goes to the library every 10 days. If Lauren does both of these today, how many days will it be before Lauren gets to do them both on the same day again? |
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a) 13 | b) 60 | c) 30 | d) 7 | |

The sixth-grade class has 12 boys and 20 girls. The teacher wants to divide them into groups that have the same number of boys and the same number of girls. What is the greatest possible number of groups the teacher can make? |
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a) 6 | b) 2 | c) 8 | d) 4 | |

Find the least common multiple (LCM) of 8 and 10 |
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a) 24 | b) 42 | c) 40 | d) 30 | |

Factor the sum of terms as a product of the GCF and a sum for 60 + 72 |
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a) 3(20 +24) | b) 12(5 + 6) | c) 2(30+36) | d) 4(15+18) | |

A bag of hot dog buns contains 8 buns, and a package of hot dogs contain 10 hot dogs. What is the smallest numbers of packages of each needed so that each of the 40 campers has hot dogs and a bun with no left overs? |
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a) 5 bags of buns, 4 packages of hot dogs | b) 8 bags of buns, 10 packages of hot dogs | c) 2 bags of buns, 2 packages of hot dogs | d) 4 bags of buns, 5 packages of hot dogs | |

Name a positive or negative number to represent an increase of 11 points in your math grade. |
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a) - 1/11 | b) -11 | c) +11 | d) + 1/11 | |

Name a positive or negative number to represent a drop of 10 degrees in the temperature. |
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a) +10 | b) -10 | c) - 1/10 | d) - 1/10 | |

Name a positive or negative number to represent earning $13. |
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a) - 1/13 | b) + 1/13 | c) -13 | d) +13 | |

Compare -3 and 2 |
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a) -3 is greater than 2 | b) -3 is less than 2 | c) -3 is equal to 2 | d) -3 is the absolute value of 2 | |

Find the absolute value of 3. |
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a) 6 | b) 3 | c) -3 | d) 9 | |

Find the absolute value of 6 |
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a) 6 | b) -6 | c) 0 | d) 36 | |

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