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**Estimate the area of a square with side length 3 7/8 in.**

a) 9 sq. in.

b) 16 sq. in.

c) 6 sq. in.

d) 20 sq. in

**Kai has 130 beads to make necklaces. There are 100 blue beads. There are 20 red beads. What fraction of the beads are blue? What fraction of the beads are red?**

a) 100/130 are blue; 20/100 are red

b) 100/20 are blue; 20/130 are red

c) 100/130 are blue; 20/130 are red

d) 10/3 are blue; 2/13 are red

**Compare (9/10 X 11/12) to (10/9 X 11/12)?**

a) greater than

b) less than

c) equal to

d)

**Jeff is making a tablecloth that has 4 sections, each of which is 1 3/8 feet wide. What is the width of the entire tablecloth?**

a) 5 1/2 feet

b) 5 3/8 feet

c) 6 1/2 feet

d) 6 3/8 feet

**Which of the following is equal to 7/8 X 16/5?**

a) 7/8 X 6/5

b) 8/7 X 5/16

c) 8 X 3/5

d) 7 X 2/5

**What is the area of a wall that is 7 3/4 feet tall and 15 1/5 feet long?**

a) 117 sq. ft.

b) 117 4/5 sq. ft.

c) 115 5/7 sq. ft.

d) 114 5/7 sq. ft.

**Jocelyn reads 6 1/2 pages each day for 7 days. Which of the following can be used to find n, the number of pages she will read in a week?**

a) 6 1/2 X n = 7

b) 7 X n = 6 1/2

c) 7 X 6 1/2 = n

d) 6 1/2 divided by = n

**Kim's hair grows at the rate of 1/2 inch per month. How many months will it take for her hair to grow 12 inches?**

a) 18 months

b) 24 months

c) 28 months

d) 32 months

**Find the area of a rectangle with sides of lengths 1 1/2 inches and 1 3/4 inches.**

a) 2 1/2 sq. in.

b) 2 5/8 sq. in.

c) 2 7/8 sq. in.

d) 3 3/8 sq. in

**Mrs. Webster wants to divide the 5 pints of milk into servings that are 1/3 of a pint in size. How many servings are possible?**

a) 9

b) 12

c) 15

d) 18

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