1. Which of the four shaded figures has the same shape as the figure in the box?

    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E. None of these
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    2. Which of these tools would you use to measure the length of a screwdriver?

    A. F
    B. G
    C. H
    D. J
    E. None of these
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    3. What is the length of the color marker?
    A. 4 inches
    B. 4 1/2 inches
    C. 5 inches
    D. 5 1/2 inches
    E. None of these
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    4. How much do four color markers cost?
    A. $3.56
    B. $5.16
    C. $5.00
    D. $8.72
    E. None of these
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    5.What is the cost of one color marker and two rulers?
    A. $1.78
    B. $2.18
    C. $3.47
    D. $3.07
    E. None of these
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    6.Twenty-five people were asked to name their favorite shoes for summer and winter. The results of the survey are shown in the table below.
    A. 15
    B. 25
    C. 60
    D. 100
    E. None of these
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    7.How many flowers in all were sold on Wednesday?
    A. 60
    B. 85
    C. 100
    D. 1,000
    E. None of these
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    8. A delivery truck goes to a store on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. If the last date of delivery was November 21, what is the next date of delivery?
    A. November 23
    B. November 26
    C. November 28
    D. November 30
    E. None of these
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    9. A car manual says to change the oil every 5,000 miles. Which of these is another way to write 5,000 ?
    A. Fifteen hundred
    B. Five hundred
    C. Five thousand
    D. Fifty thousand
    E. None of these
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    10. Which of these items is shaped like a cone?
    A. Cereal Box
    B. Stick of butter
    C. Soup can
    D. Funnel
    E. None of these
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    11.If Alana bought one of each item, about how much did she spend?
    A. $6.00
    B. $8.00
    C. $10.00
    D. $16.00
    E. None of these
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    12. Another customer bought two cans of soup and one box of cereal. How much did he spend?
    A. $4.30
    B. $6.90
    C. $8.05
    D. $9.05
    E. None of these
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    13. Which of these is the same distance as the Hiker's Favorite Trail?
    A. 0.105 miles
    B. 1.05 miles
    C. 10.5 miles
    D. 105 miles
    E. None of these
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    14.Jennifer hiked h miles, and then she hiked the Stroller's Trail. Which of these expressions shows how many miles she hiked in all?
    A. h + 2
    B. h - 2
    C. 2 x h
    D. 2 ÷ h
    E. None of these
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    15.Robbie chose one of the trails. He did not hike more, than 4 miles, and he did not hike the Stroller's Trail. Which trail did he choose?
    A. Hiker's Favorite Trail
    B. Stroller's Trail
    C. Climber's Trail
    D. Scenic Trail
    E. None of these
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    16.Which of these statements is true?
    A. Holly scored more goals than Sharon
    B. Judy scored more than Tonya
    C. Marsha scored the most goals
    D. Jasmine and Beth scored no goals
    E. None of these
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    17.What number of goals was scored most often?
    A. 1
    B. 2
    C. 3
    D. 4
    E. None of these
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    18.Sharon has a cousin on another soccer team. Her cousin scored half as many goals as Sharon. How many goals did her cousin score?
    A. 0
    B. 1
    C. 2
    D. 4
    E. None of these
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    19. What fraction of Pattern B is shaded?
    A. 1/2
    B. 1/4
    C. 3/4
    D. 1/8
    E. None of these
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    20. What is the shape of each tile?
    A. Cube
    B. Sphere
    C. Pentagon
    D. Square
    E. None of these
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    21.What is the next number in the sequence below?

    A. 2
    B. 4
    C. 6
    D. 7
    E. None of these
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    22. Randy paid $6,582.00 for his used car. What is the value of the 5 in this amount?
    A. 5 Thousand
    B. 5 Hundred
    C. 5 Tens
    D. 5 Ones
    E. None of these
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    23. What number goes in the box to make the number sentence true?

    A. 0
    B. 1
    C. 10
    D. 14
    E. None of these
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    24. How much longer is the parade route along Broadway Avenue than along Charles Street?
    A. 0 Miles
    B. 1/2 Miles
    C. 1 Mile
    D. 1 1/2 Miles
    E. None of these
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    25.How many miles is the parade route along Broadway Avenue and South Street combined?
    A. 1/2 Miles
    B. 1 Miles
    C. 1 1/2 Miles
    D. 2 Miles
    E. None of these
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    26.During the parade, a store sells balloons for $1.25. Lesley buys 3 balloons. Which of these amounts is closest to the amount she spends on balloons?
    A. $3.00
    B. $4.00
    C. $10.00
    D. $13.00
    E. None of the Above
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    27.Next week, Mark, Sue, and Kathy will each receive a locker combination.
    Their names will be added to the chart. How many names will there be on the chart?
    A. 5
    B. 6
    C. 7
    D. 8
    E. None of the Above
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    28. Tom is the first person listed on the chart. Who is the fourth person listed on the chart?
    A. Linda
    B. Sharon
    C. Fred
    D. Luis
    E. None of the Above
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    29. What are the next two pairs of letters in the pattern below?

    A. Ee, Ff
    B. Ee, Ee
    C. EE, FF
    D. ee, ff
    E. None of the Above
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    30. Which of these Symbols goes in the box to make this sentence true?

    A. <
    B. +
    C. ÷
    D. -
    E. None of the Above
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    31. Mel's cousin lives 211 miles away. If Mel drives to his cousin's house and then returns home, which of these is the best estimate for the number of miles he will drive?
    A. 100 Miles
    B. 200 Miles
    C. 300 Miles
    D. 400 Miles
    E. None of the Above
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    32. What amount should Tavon write in the blank space?
    A. Fifteen thousand
    B. One hundred fifty
    C. One thousand fifty
    D. One thousand five hundred
    E. None of the Above
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    33. Tavon used check number 1122 for his down payment. What was the number of the
    he wrote just before this one?
    A. 1112
    B. 1120
    C. 1121
    D. 1123
    E. None of the Above
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    34. What number of daily service calls was recorded most often?
    A. 9
    B. 8
    C. 7
    D. 6
    E. None of the Above
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    35. What is the difference between the highest number the lowest number in the table?
    A. 3
    B. 4
    C. 10
    D. 16
    E. None of the Above
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    36. To the nearest ten dollars, how much did the Wilson family spend on their trip?
    A. $50
    B. $60
    C. $70
    D. $100
    E. None of the Above
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    37. How much does a double-scoop ice cream cone with no toppings cost?
    A. $2.00
    B. $1.50
    C. $3.00
    D. $2.50
    E. None of the Above
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    38. How much does each extra toppings cost?
    A. $0.50
    B. $1.00
    C. $1.50
    D. $2.00
    E. None of the Above
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    39. Stephanie keeps the ice cream cones in stacks of 12. She has 4 full stacks.
    Which of these expressions can be used to find the total number of cones she has?

    A. 4x12
    B. 12+12+12
    C. 4+12
    D. 12÷4
    E. None of the Above
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    40. Mr. Diaz hired Dan's Delivery Service to deliver 10 packages in the Business District by Express Service. Which of these is the best estimate of the charge for that delivery?
    A. $1.00
    B. $10.00
    C. $100.00
    D. $1,000.00
    E. None of the Above
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    41. Dan delivers 99 out of 100 packages on time. What can be said about the delivery of 5 packages in one day?
    A. They will definitely be delivered on time .
    B. They are not likely to be delivered on time.
    C. They will definitely be delivered late.
    D. They will most likely be delivered on time.
    E. None of the Above
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    42. Which type of information is not needed to find the cost of a delivery?
    A. The number of packages.
    B. Where the package will be delivered
    C. The weight of the package
    D. When the package must be delivered
    E. None of the Above
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    43. What number goes in the box to make the equation true?

    A. 2
    B. 4
    C. 5
    D. 10
    E. None of the Above
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    44. The number cube in the box has the number 2 on the bottom. If the cube is turned once to the right, what arrangement of the numbers is possible?

    A. F
    B. G
    C. H
    D. J
    E. None of the Above
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    45. Each number cube cost $0.85. Which of these combinations of coins equals the amount needed to buy one cube?
    A. 3 Quarters, 1 dime
    B. 3 Quarters, 1 nickel
    C. 4 Quarters, 1 dime
    D. 2 Quarters, 3 nickels, 1 dime
    E. None of the Above
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    46. Which of these units would be best to use to measure te weight of the plastic number cube?
    A. Ounces
    B. Pounds
    C. Kilograms
    D. Tons
    E. None of the Above
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    47. Which of these statements is true?
    A. Result 2 was obtained more than any other result.
    B. Result 3 was not obtained at all
    C. Result 6 was the least frequently obtained result
    D. Result 4 was most frequently obtained result
    E. None of the Above
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    48. Which of these shapes can be folded to make paper number cube?

    A. F
    B. G
    C. H
    D. J
    E. None of the Above
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    49. Which of these is the best estimate for the number of chicken sandwiches sold?
    A. 10
    B. 12
    C. 14
    D. 17
    E. None of the Above
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    50. In addition to the information on the graph, what other information would you need to find the total amount of money collected from the sale of sandwiches on Monday?
    A. The price of each type of sandwich sold
    B. The number of each type of sandwich sold
    C. The different varieties of sandwiches sold
    D. The number of customers who purchased sandwiches.
    E. None of the Above
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