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1. What number makes this equation true? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 7 E. None of these ABCDE

2. Which of these is another way to show the number 4,215? A. 4,000 + 200 + 10 + 5 B. 400 + 20 + 15 C. 40 + 20 + 15 D. 4,000 + 215 + 10 + 5 E. None of these ABCDE

3. What number completes the pattern below? A. 21 B. 16 C. 27 D. 18 E. None of these ABCDE

4. A bathtub is filled with water. Which of these is the best unit of measure for the amount of water in the tub? A. Gallons B. Cups C. Pints D. Ounces E. None of these ABCDE

5. Sandra has $1.05. How much more money does she need to buy a large soda? A. $0.25 B. $0.45 C. $1.05 D. $1.50 E. None of these ABCDE

6. May's Café is open every day except Saturday and Sunday. How many days is May's Café open each week? A. 4 days B. 5 days C. 6 days D. 7 days E. None of these ABCDE

7. Brian arrived at May's Café at 3:30 pm. How much time remains before it closes? A. 3 minutes B. 30 minutes C. 1 hour 30 minutes D. 3 hours E. None of these ABCDE

8. Which of these items at May's Café is the most expensive? A. turkey sandwich B. vegetable soup C. chicken salad D. large soda E. None of these ABCDE

9. Four boxes of tiles are needed for a project. There are 12 tiles in each box. How many tiles will be used for the project? A. 12 tiles B. 16 tiles C. 48 tiles D. 58 tiles E. None of these ABCDE

10. Which of these figures is identical the figure in the box? A. F B. G C. H D. J E. None of these ABCDE

11. Sandy's daughter selected the fifth flavor on the list for her ice-cream cone. What flavor did she select? A. Butter Pecan B. Chocolate C. Vanilla D. Cookie Dough E. None of these ABCDE

12. What number should go in the boxes to make both number sentences true? A. 4 B. 6 C. 9 D. 36 E. None of these ABCDE

13. What shape best describes the face of the clock? A. Circle B. Cone C. Sphere D. Rectangle E. None of these ABCDE

14. How many even numbers are there on the clock face? A.5 B.6 C.8 D.12 E. None of these ABCDE

15. The distance between Baltimore and Miami is 889 miles. What is this number rounded to the nearest hundred? A. 989 B. 880 C. 889 D. 900 E. None of these ABCDE

16. How much does this bowling ball weigh? A. 10 pounds B. 15 pounds C. 20 pounds D. 45 pounds E. None of these ABCDE

17. Which of these is the same as the number on Rick's new house? A. Three thousand eighty-two B. Thirty hundred twenty-eight C. Three hundred eighty-two D. Three thousand eight hundred two E. None of these ABCDE

18. The bank made an error in the address on Rick's new checks. They switched the digits in the ones and in the hundreds places. What number did the bank print on the checks? A. 2083 B. 3028 C. 3280 D. 3802 E. None of these ABCDE

19. To find the number of the house next door, add 2 to the house number shown in the picture. Which of these is the number of the house next door to Rick's? A. 3084 B. 3085 C. 3282 D. 5082 E. None of these ABCDE

20. Which of these tool would be used to measure the amount of oil used for making pancake batter? A. F B. G C. H D. J E. None of these ABCDE

21. The State Insurance Company paid $15.90 to have a package delivered by Dan's Delivery Service. What type of service did insurance company use? A. City-Wide, Express Service B. Business District, Next-day Service C. Business District, Express Service D. City-Wide, Next-Day Service E. None of these ABCDE

22. Which of the four shaded figures has the same shape and size as the figure in the box? A. F B. G C. H D. J E. None of these ABCDE

23. Which activity in Glenn's schedule will take the longest? A. Staff Meeting B. Answer Messages C. Lunch D. Budget Meeting E. None of these ABCDE

24. What period of time did Glenn use most often in dividing up his work day? A. 30 minutes B. 45 minutes C. 60 minutes D. 90 minutes E. None of these ABCDE

25. When the bricks were delivered, they were arranged in 5 stacks of 10 bricks each. Which of these expressions could be used to find the total number of bricks that were delivered? A. 5 x 10 B. 5 + 10 C. 10 - 5 D. 10 ÷ 5 E. None of these ABCDE

26. As shown on the plan, Florence has started to lay the bricks for the patio by placing 3 bricks in each small area. How many bricks has she put in place so far? A. 36 B. 12 C. 24 D. 27 E. None of these ABCDE

27. How many bricks will Florence have left over when she has finished the patio? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 E. None of these ABCDE

28. What fraction of the patio has Florence already completed? A. 1/3 B. 2/5 C. 1/2 D. 2/3 E. None of these ABCDE

29. Florence is ready to lay the next group of 3 bricks in place. She wants to continue the same pattern that she has used so far. Which of these should she use for the next group? A. A B. B C. C D. D E. None of these ABCDE

30. The picture in the box shows that a piece was cut out of the sheet of paper. Which of these shows the shape of the cut-out when it is folded? A. F B. G C. H D. J E. None of these ABCDE

31. How much did Rick spend for a meal on April 10? A. $12.00 B. $12.75 C. $20.40 D. $18.50 E. None of these ABCDE

32. What was the total amount Rick spent on meals? A. $31.25 B. $41.65 C. $50.65 D. $51.65 E. None of these ABCDE

33. What is the missing number in the pattern? A. 4 B. 5 C. 6 D. 2 E. None of these ABCDE

34. Which of these best describes the shape of the base of the figure shown below A. hexagon B. triangle C. octagon D. square E. None of these ABCDE

35. How many more people attended the movie theater in Week 3 than in Week 2? A. 18 B. 30 C. 402 D. 432 E. None of these ABCDE

36. Which of these is the best estimate of the total tickets sales for five weeks? A. $3,700 B. $13,000 C. $16,000 D. $18,500 E. None of these ABCDE

37. Based on the table, which of these statements is true? A. Attendance and ticket sales decreased each week. B. Attendance increased, but ticket sales decreased each week. C. Attendance was about the same each week. D. Attendance and ticket sales increased each week. E. None of these ABCDE

38. Sue needs 2 tires. She has $160. She would lie to buy the tires with the best guarantee that she can afford. Which of these tires should Sue buy? A. Road-Trekker B. Gripper C. Long-last D. Supreme E. None of these ABCDE

39. How much would a set of four new Best-Buy tires cost? A. $280.00 B. $184.00 C. $196.00 D. $248.00 E. None of these ABCDE

40. When Bill put four new Gripper tires on his truck, the odometer read 33,200 miles. What will the odometer read when the guarantee on the tires runs out? A. 38,200 miles B. 78,200 miles C. 83,200 miles D. 93,200 miles E. None of these ABCDE

41.About how many gallons syrup did Sam use during the month of May? A. 25 gallons B. 50 gallons C. 55 gallons D. 75 gallons E. None of these ABCDE

42. During which month did Sam use the most syrup for snow cones? A. June B. July C. August D. September E. None of these ABCDE

43. Which of these is the best estimate for the number of gallons of syrup used during the month July? A. 50 gallons B. 60 gallons C. 90 gallons D. 125 gallons E. None of these ABCDE

44. Which of these is the best estimate for the total number of gallons of syrup Sam used in July and August combined? A. 175 gallons B. 200 gallons C. 225 gallons D. 300 gallons E. None of these ABCDE

45. The Sanchez family will travel 300 miles on their vacation and will stay in a hotel for 4 nights. Mr. Sanchez wants to know the total cost of staying in the hotel. $80.00 per night, $10.00 tax per night. What information in NOT needed to find the total cost of staying in the hotel? A. Distance traveled B. Cost per night C. Number of nights D. Hotel taxes E. None of these ABCDE

46. Each tile is 1/2 foot long. What is the combined length of three tiles? A. 1/2 Foot B. 1 foot C. 1 1/2 Feet D. 2 Feet E. None of these ABCDE

47. If Mark reaches into the box without looking and chooses one packet, which of these statements could be true? A. It is not possible that he will choose a packet of catsup. B. It is certain that he will choose a packet of catsup. C. It is certain that he will choose a packet of mustard D. It is possible that he will choose a packet of mustard E. None of these ABCDE

48. Patty selected three trails- Easy, Stroller's and Scenic. She could not decide which trail to take. She wrote the names of each one on a separate piece of paper and then chose one of the papers without looking. Which of these statements is most likely true? A. It is impossible that the Easy Trail was chosen. B. It is equally likely that any one of the three trails was chosen. C. It is certain that the Stroller's Trail was chosen. D. It is more likely that the Scenic Trail was chosen. E. None of these ABCDE

49. Which of these rectangles is about 2 inches long? A. A B. B C. C D. D E. None of these ABCDE

A 5-day weather forecast predicts the following temperatures. 50. What temperature is predicted to occur most often? A. 15°F B. 65°F C. 72°F D. 80°F E. None of these ABCDE

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