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64 1/8 + 23.08 =
a) 78.205
b) 87.205
c) 87.25
d) 78.502

Which inequality statement is true?
a) 2/3 is larger than 6/9
b) 1/4 is larger than 1/5
c) 4/7 is larger than 1/2
d) 11/12 is smaller than 5/6

In the number 142,523.607, what is the place value of the 7?
a) Thousandth
b) Thousand
c) Ten thousandth
d) ten thousand

Solve for x. x/3=2
a) 5
b) 6
c) 12
d) 32

What is the value of t in this equation? 18t = 162
a) 108
b) 144
c) 9
d) 2,916

A horizontal line segment that is 3 1/2 units long will be drawn on a grid. Which list of coordinate pairs could represent the locations of the endpoints of this line segment?
a) A) (1, 6), (4 1/2, 6)
b) B) (1, 3 1/2), (1, 6 1/2)
c) C) (1 1/2, 1 1/2), (4 1/2, 4 1/2)
d) D) (3, 8), (3 1/2, 8)

Suzie needs to buy 5 7/8 yards of rope for braceletes and 3 1/2 yards of rope for a necklace. How many total yards of rope does Suzie need to buy?
a) 8.8
b) 9.375
c) 9.4
d) 8,2

The volume of a cube is 665 cubic inches. If the length is 7, the width is 5, and V= LWH, what is the height?
a) 18
b) 9
c) 10
d) 19

The circus is coming to Nashville this summer. • They expect 256 people each night. • Each row of bleachers can only hold 14 people. Based on this information, which statement is true?
a) a) They will need 18 rows of bleachers to fit everyone.
b) b) There will be 18 rows of full bleachers.
c) The last row will have 4/256 of the people it needs to make another full row.
d) d) To fill another row, the circus needs 4 more guests.

Jonah bought 54 pencils. He put an equal amount of pencils into bags for his party guests. There are 8 guests. How many complete party bags did he fill?
a) 6
b) 6.6
c) 6 6/8
d) 7

How is 531,043 written in word form?
a) e. Five hundred thirty-one thousand, forty-three
b) f. Five hundred thousand thirty-one, forty-three
c) g. Five hundred thirty-one, forty- three
d) h. None of the above

Ms. Christensen’s mother is taking videos off her computer and saving them to USB drives. Each USB drive can hold 25 videos. If she has 132 videos, how many USB drives will she fill completely with videos?
a) 5
b) 6
c) 5.28
d) 5.7

What is 7.048 in word form?
a) a. Seven and forty-eight
b) b. Seven and forty-eight thousandths
c) c. Seven and forty-eight hundredths
d) d. Seven thousand, forty-eight

Which is the same value as three and forty-two hundredths?
a) e. 3.402
b) f. 3.420
c) g. 3.042
d) h. 342

Carmen is moving out of her apartment. • She has 79 pounds of boxes. • She can deliver 7 pounds at a time to the moving van. What is the fewest number of trips she would have to make to deliver all the packages?
a) 9
b) 10
c) 11
d) 12

Ms. Parker is organizing a grade level competition in groups • There are 187 students playing. • Each group can have only 8 students. Based on this information, which statement is not true?
a) The last group will have 3/23 of the people it needs to make another full group
b) There will be 23 complete groups.
c) The last group will have 3/8 of the people it needs to make another full group
d) d) Three students will not fit into the groups because 187 cannot be evenly divided by 8.

John is running sprints at track practice. His first run lasted 2 3/4 seconds His second run lasted 5.24 seconds.. What is the difference in the lengths of his two runs?Mary
a) 2.9
b) 2.49
c) 3
d) 4.965

Ms. Cross drove 190,347 miles this summer. What is the value of the 9 in 190,347?
a) 90
b) 900
c) 9,000
d) 90,000

Mary has a pencil that is 1.75 cm long. How is 1.75 written as a mixed number
a) 1 1/75
b) 1 3/4
c) 1 7/5
d) 1 5/7

5 x 2 + (5/6 - 1/3) -3
a) 7 1/2
b) 13.5
c) 8.5
d) 7 4/6

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