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Read each question and choose the best answer. Then mark the circle next to the letter for the answer you have chosen.
1Juanita and Carl did a survey to find the number of different pets owned by students at their school. The results are shown in the pictograph below.
What is the total number of dogs owned by the students at Juanita and Carl’s school? Mark your answer.
2Which numeral is the same as six hundred fifty-six thousand, sixty-two? Mark your answer.
3A zookeeper feeds bananas to the monkeys at the zoo. She counts the bananas in groups of 7.
Which list shows only numbers the zookeeper counts? Mark your answer.
A14, 21, 26, 36, 42
B14, 21, 28, 35, 42
C7, 12, 17, 22, 27
D7, 17, 27, 37, 47
4Which figure shows more than 1 line of symmetry? Mark your answer.
5The thermometer below shows the temperature at an indoor skating rink.
What temperature is shown on this thermometer? Mark your answer.
6The table below shows the number of pancakes served at a restaurant during a four-month period.
In which of these months did the restaurant serve the least number of pancakes? Mark your answer.
7Look at the two groups of numbers shown below.
Which statement about the numbers in these groups is true? Mark your answer.
AAll the numbers in Group S are greater than 400.
BAll the numbers in Group R are odd.
CAll the numbers in Group R are less than 300.
DAll the numbers in Group S are even.
8Use the ruler on the Mathematics Chart to measure the sides of Ana’s school picture in centimeters.
Which is closest to the perimeter of Ana’s school picture? Mark your answer.
9Shane cut fruit to make a fruit salad. The table below shows the number of pieces of different kinds of fruit he put into a bowl.
Shane pulls out 1 piece of fruit without looking. If the pieces of fruit are all the same size, which type of fruit is Shane least likely to pull out? Mark your answer.
10David found these bird eggs in a nest.
What fraction of the eggs shown have spots? Mark your answer.
11The table below shows the number of different-colored stickers Robert has in his collection.
Which number sentence shows the best way to estimate the number of stickers in Robert’s collection? Mark your answer.
A40 + 90 + 20 + 100 = 250
B30 + 80 + 10 + 90 = 210
C40 + 80 + 10 + 90 = 220
D30 + 90 + 20 + 100 = 240
12Lily made the following design on graph paper.
If each square measures 1 square inch, what is the area of the shaded part of the design? Mark your answer.
A18 square inches
B16 square inches
C14 square inches
D30 square inches
13Mrs. Fields gives her students 3 stickers for every 5 check marks they get on the class homework chart.
If Benito has 30 check marks, how many stickers should he have? Mark your answer.
14Sam’s music lesson begins at the time shown on the clock below.
At what time does Sam’s music lesson begin? Mark your answer.
15Which two figures below appear to be congruent to the shapes inside the rectangle? Mark your answer.
AR and T
BQ and R
CR and S
DS and T
16Ben paid for a game using the money shown below.
What is the value of the money Ben used to pay for the game? Mark your answer.
17There are 9 innings in a professional baseball game. Which table correctly shows the number of innings in 3, 5, and 9 professional baseball games? Mark your answer.
18Carlos is 52 inches tall. His father is 74 inches tall. Which number sentence can be used to find how much taller Carlos’s father is than Carlos? Mark your answer.
74 − 52 =
74 ÷ 52 =
52 × 74 =
52 + 74 =
19What are the three largest numbers that can be made using the digits 3, 4, 6, and 7? Each digit must be used only once in each number. Mark your answer.
A7,364 7,463 7,643
B7,643 6,743 4,673
C7,764 7,763 7,644
D7,643 7,634 7,463
20Wesley’s younger brother has the figures shown below.
Which of the following best describes these figures? Mark your answer.
ACircles, pyramids, and a square
BTriangles, circles, a rectangle, and a square
CTriangles, cubes, and spheres
DPrisms, spheres, pyramids, and a cube
21The table below shows Mrs. Fisher’s supplies for her art class.
How many bottles of glue and packs of paper does Mrs. Fisher have?
Record your answer in the space below. Be sure to use the correct place value.
(Your answer must be between 0 and 999.)
22Herman solved the problems shown below.
Which list shows these answers in the order of product, difference, sum, and quotient? Mark your answer.
A3, 5, 7, 6
B6, 7, 3, 5
C6, 3, 7, 5
D6, 5, 7, 3
23Which best names the shape shown below? Mark your answer.
Denise has 5 bird feeders in her yard. Which picture shows birdseed in more than
of the bird feeders? Mark your answer.
25Michael can fit 8 of his friends’ names, addresses, and phone numbers on one page of his address book.
How many friends’ names can Michael fit on 8 pages? Mark your answer.
26Nathan, Basil, and Marissa each have an aquarium at home. Basil has 18 fish. Marissa has twice as many fish as Basil. Nathan has 7 fewer fish than Marissa. Which shows the number of fish that each person has? Mark your answer.
ANathan 7, Basil 18, Marissa 14
BNathan 29, Basil 18, Marissa 36
CNathan 11, Basil 18, Marissa 9
DNathan 43, Basil 18, Marissa 36
27Which measurement best describes the length of a boot? Mark your answer.
28Kentrall is studying Native American homes. He made a model village, as shown below.
Which could be used to find the total number of homes in Kentrall’s model village? Mark your answer.
5 + 8 =
8 − 5 =
5 × 8 =
8 ÷ 5 =
29Two classes voted on their favorite pizza topping. The results are shown below.
How many more students voted for cheese in Mrs. Lawrence’s class than in Mr. Moran’s class? Mark your answer.
30Which story problem below can be described by the equation 7 × 4 = 28? Mark your answer.
AKim has 4 movies and 7 books. How many movies and books does Kim have in all?
BKim has 4 fewer movies than books. How many movies does Kim have?
CKim has 4 shelves with 7 books on each shelf. How many books does Kim have in all?
DKim has 28 books on 11 shelves. How many books are on each shelf?
31Howard is at the theater watching a movie that lasts 2 hours. What information is needed to find the time that Howard should be picked up from the movie? Mark your answer.
AWhich movie Howard is seeing
BWhat time the movie started
CHow long it takes to drive home
DHow much the movie costs
32Glue sticks come in two different packages.
Madison needs exactly 26 glue sticks for art class. Which combination of packages totals 26 glue sticks? Mark your answer.
A1 of Package A and 4 of Package B
B4 of Package A and 3 of Package B
C2 of Package A and 4 of Package B
D7 of Package A and 2 of Package B
33Which number does point W best represent on the number line below? Mark your answer.
34The graph below shows information about the distance certain insects can fly in 1 hour.
Which table best matches the data from the graph? Mark your answer.
35Which picture does NOT show a line of symmetry? Mark your answer.
36Lizzie and her mother baked cookies. They baked 5 pans of cookies with 6 cookies on each pan. Which number sentence is in the same fact family as 5 × 6 = 30? Mark your answer.
A6 + 30 = 36
B30 − 5 = 25
C10 × 3 = 30
D30 ÷ 5 = 6
37There are 24 children in Roberto’s class. There are more boys than girls. What additional information is needed in order to find how many more boys than girls there are in Roberto’s class? Mark your answer.
AThe number of girls in third grade
BThe grade the children are in
CThe number of girls in Roberto’s class
DThe name of Roberto’s teacher
38Geraud was making a friendship bracelet. The picture below shows the beads he has put on his bracelet so far.
If the pattern continues, which shows the order of the next 3 beads Geraud should add to his bracelet? Mark your answer.
39When Ellen arrived at school at 8:47 A.M., she was 22 minutes late. At what time did school start? Mark your answer.
40Bill had 12 feathers to put into 3 boxes. He put the same number of feathers in each box.
Which number sentence shows how many feathers Bill put in each box? Mark your answer.
A12 ÷ 3 = 4
B12 + 3 = 15
C12 − 3 = 9
D12 × 3 = 36
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