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1Which number has at least 1 line of symmetry?
A


B


C


D
 

2In which number sentence does 3 make the equation true?
F 21 ÷ = 7

G 21 × 7 =

H × 21 = 7

J ÷ 7 = 21
 

3Look at the 2 sets of numbers below.

 Which number belongs in Set Y?
A1414
B2244
C2424
D1441
 

4The table below shows the distances in feet climbed by 4 rock climbers.

 Which is the best estimate of how many more feet Li climbed than Juan?
F8,000 feet
G9,000 feet
H10,000 feet
J11,000 feet
 

5Which single transformation is represented from Figure X to Figure Y below?

ATranslation
BRotation
CReflection
DNot here
 

6There are 9 tables in a restaurant. Each table can seat only 6 people. Which number sentence shows how to find the greatest number of people who can be seated in the restaurant at one time?
F 6 + 9 =

G 9 − 6 =

H 9 ÷ 6 =

J 6 × 9 =
 

7The table below shows the years on the pennies Kim has in her pocket.

 If Kim reaches into her pocket and pulls out 1 penny without looking, what is the probability that the year on the penny will be 1999?
A2 out of 6
B2 out of 10
C2 out of 12
D2 out of 13
 

8The graph below shows the supplies an art club needs to make puppets.

 The feathers will be divided equally among 12 students. How many feathers will each student get?
F2
G3
H12
J36
 

9The table below shows the number of square pyramids and the number of faces on these square pyramids.

 Which correctly describes the relationship in the table?
ANumber of square pyramids + 16 = number of faces
BNumber of square pyramids + 32 = number of faces
CNumber of square pyramids × 4 = number of faces
DNumber of square pyramids × 5 = number of faces
 

10A beetle crawled up and down a plant 4 times each day for a week. What information is needed to find the total distance the beetle traveled during the week?
FThe plant’s height
GThe beetle’s length
HThe weather during the week
JThe type of plant
 

11 Mr. Henderson is a guest reader for 6 classes at Thompson Elementary School. He plans to read a different story to each of the classes listed below.

  Mr. Henderson can stay for only 2 hours. Which strategy can he use to find whether he has enough time for all 6 classes?
A Add all the reading times together to decide whether the sum in minutes is more or less than 6 classes

B Draw a picture of himself with each of the 6 classes

C Add all the reading times together to decide whether the sum in minutes is more or less than 2 hours

D Multiply 6 classes by 26 minutes
 

12Use the ruler on the Mathematics Chart to measure the four sides of the front cover of this book to the nearest inch.

 What is the perimeter of the front cover of the book?
F24 inches
G22 inches
H20 inches
J18 inches
 

13Zelda drew the cat’s head shown below.

 Which part of the cat’s head appears to have acute angles?
AEyes
BNose
CEars
DMouth
 

14The table below shows the number of points scored by Team A and Team B during 2 parts of a game show.

 How many more points in all did Team B score than Team A?
F50
G150
H190
J270
 

15 Exactly 90 players signed up to play in a baseball league. There were 10 players on each team. Which number sentence is in the same fact family as 90 ÷ 10 = ?
A 9 × = 90

B 90 × 10 =

C × 90 = 10

D 9 × 90 =
 

16Jenna has 12 days left to read a 192-page book for a report. She has already read 60 pages. Which would be the best way for Jenna to find how many pages she should read each day to finish the book on time?
FSubtract 12 from 192 and then divide by 60
GMultiply 60 by 12
HDivide 192 by 12
JSubtract 60 from 192 and then divide by 12
 

17Corinne made the 2 models shown below by connecting straws with pieces of clay.

 If Corinne counts the number of straws she used for both models, what information will she have?
AThe total number of vertices
BThe total number of edges
CThe total number of faces
DThe total number of angles
 

18The two pans of brownies below show what was left after several students finished eating.

 Which of the following compares the portion of brownies left in each pan?
F

G

H

J
 

19Leslie reserved a computer at the library for a 5-hour period. Her starting time is shown on the clock below.

 At what time should Leslie’s computer period end?
A3:30 P.M.
B2:30 P.M.
C1:30 P.M.
D9:30 P.M.
 

20Three brothers worked around their neighborhood to earn money to buy concert tickets. The table below shows the amount of money earned by each brother.

 After putting their money together, the brothers bought 3 tickets that cost $10 each. Which shows the amount of money the brothers had left?
F$12
G$2
H$32
J$22
 

21Aaron exercises every day of the week. If he does 25 jumping jacks each day, how many jumping jacks will he do in 1 week?

Record your answer in the space below. Be sure to use the correct place value.


(Your answer must be between 0 and 999.)
 

22A class is going on a field trip. Each group of 5 students will need an adult helper. What can the teacher do to find out how many adult helpers are needed?
FMultiply the total number of students by 5
GAdd 5 to the total number of students
HSubtract 5 from the total number of students
JDivide the total number of students by 5
 

23The model is shaded to represent a fraction.

 Which model below shows an equivalent fraction?
A


B


C


D
 

24Greg would like to cover a wall of his room with posters. He needs to know the area of the wall before he buys the posters. The wall is 12 feet wide and 8 feet high. What is the area of the wall?
F20 square feet
G40 square feet
H84 square feet
J96 square feet
 

25Ms. Powell has donated a total of $348 to a library during the past 4 years. She has donated the same amount of money each year. How much money has Ms. Powell donated to the library in each of the past 4 years?
A$82
B$87
C$352
D$344
 

26Look at the map below.

 Which streets appear to be perpendicular to each other?
FMain and Maple
GElm and Oak
HOak and Main
JOak and Maple
 

27Callie is measuring an object’s mass in grams. Which of the following objects is she most likely measuring?
AHer desk at school
BThe pen from her pocket
CA dictionary at the library
DHer mother’s car
 

28Which pair of numbers best completes this table?


F


G


H


J
 

29Lorraine had a box of 300 crackers. After she and her brothers ate some crackers, there were 78 crackers left in the box. Which question can be answered with this information?
AHow many brothers does Lorraine have?
BHow many crackers did one of Lorraine’s brothers eat?
CHow many of Lorraine’s brothers ate crackers?
DHow many crackers were eaten by Lorraine and her brothers?
 

30Hanady’s school recycles phone books for the community. Hanady is stacking phone books on a cart that can hold up to 35 pounds of weight. If 1 phone book weighs about 3 pounds, what is the greatest number of phone books that Hanady can safely stack on the cart?
F15
G33
H11
J38
 

31The table below shows the regular prices of some shirts and the prices with a coupon.

 Based on the information in the table, which could be the discount offered with the coupon?
ATake $4 off the regular price
BTake $5 off the regular price
CGet 2 shirts for the price of 1
DGet 1 shirt for $5
 

32Kyle will spin the arrow on a spinner like the one shown below.

 If Kyle spins the arrow twice, which of these is NOT a possible outcome?
FGreen, green
GPurple, green
HBlue, blue
JRed, orange
 

33What number on the number line does point H best represent?

A 2

B 2

C 3

D 3
 

34Don can ride his bike 19 miles in one hour. If he rides at the same speed, about how many miles can he ride in 3 hours?
F6 miles
G40 miles
H60 miles
J75 miles
 

35Humberto was looking at the table below, which shows the heights of four very tall people.

 Humberto is 1 meter 39 centimeters tall. How much taller is Robert than Humberto?
A143 cm
B133 cm
C147 cm
D125 cm
 

36A cafeteria manager purchases bananas only in 12-pound boxes. If the manager purchases 100 boxes of bananas in a year, how many pounds of bananas does she purchase?
F1,200 pounds
G1,012 pounds
H120 pounds
J112 pounds
 

37Each number in Set P is related in the same way to the number beside it in Set Q.

 When given a number in Set P, what is one way to find its related number in Set Q?
AAdd 6
BAdd 20
CMultiply by 2
DMultiply by 3
 

38Which of the following holds only 1 milliliter of water?
F H



G J
 

39The table below shows the number of baseball tickets sold at a stadium in the years 2001 through 2004.

 In which year were the most baseball tickets sold?
A2001
B2002
C2003
D2004
 

40The graph below shows the number of insects counted by students in Mr. Green’s class during a field trip to a nature park.

 According to the graph, how many more ladybugs and ants were counted than crickets?
F14
G22
H26
J30
 

41The windows are being cleaned in all the first-floor classrooms at Alamo Elementary School. There are 12 classrooms on the first floor, and each classroom has 12 windows. How many windows will be cleaned on the first floor?
A154
B144
C132
D120
 

42Some arrays for the number 16 are shown below.

 Which shows another array for the number 16?
F


G


H


J
 

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