1.
Ali, Jeri, and KIm put $7.00 into a jar to start their car washing business.They used $6.19 of the money in the jar to buy 1 box of soap. How much money do they have left in the jar? Show and Explain all of your work.
2.
What quantity does not have the same value as the other three?
3.
What is the expanded notation for 3,056?
4.
There are 26 letter tiles, one for each letter of the alphabet, in a bag. What is the probability of picking tile C?
5.
Which statement fits the equation?square - triangle = 3
A.
B.
Triangle greater than square
C.
Square greater than triangle
D.
6.
There were 827 gallons of water in Center City's water tank. The town used 287 gallons of water. Round to the nearest 100, then estimate how much water is left in the tank.
7.
Janet wants to find the total weight of the recycled cans she has collected.The bags of cans weigh 24 3/4 pounds, 21 7/8 pounds, and 19 1/2 pounds. What is the total weight of the bags?
8.
Which comparison is correct?
A.
6 3/4 is greater than 7 1/2 is greater than 7 3/4
B.
7 3/4 is greater than 7 1/2 is greater than 7 1/4
C.
8 1/2 is greater than 8 1/4 is greater than 8 3/4
D.
9 1/2 is greater than 9 3/4 is greater than 9 1/4
9.
A chalkboard eraser is most likely a _____ .
10.
Two friends are playing The Mystery Number Game. The clues for the numbers are:1. 60 is less than the mystery number.2. The mystery number is less than 100.Which statement below is true?
A.
100 is the same as the mystery number
B.
The mystery number is greater than 60
C.
52 is greater than the mystery number
D.
The mystery number is less than 59.
11.
Which object is about 9 cm long?
12.
If all morgs are red and have 3 eyes, and Trug is red with 2 eyes, which statement is true?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Morgs are green and have 2 eyes
13.
During the past 2 weeks, a total of 378 cartons of juice were sold in the school cafeteria. Each carton costs $.75. Which expression could be used to find the total cost of the juice that was sold?
14.
What is 351.24 rounded to the nearest tenth?
15.
Kareen put a fence around the perimeter of a baseball field. Which units are reasonable for measuring the perimeter?
16.
Bobby added 1 cup of cooking oil to 2 pints of cooking oil. How many cups of cooking oil did Bobby have altogether. (Hint: 1 pint = 2 cups.)
17.
What is the standard form for 80,000,000 + 7,000,000 + 600,000 + 20,000 + 400 + 30 + 2?
18.
Rochelle bought 3 packs on gum for $.79 each and a pen for $2.49. She paid the clerk with a $5.00 bill. How much change did she get?
19.
After throwing a 6-sided cube with 5 sides colored red, blue, yellow, green, and black, the following results happened:Toss 1: blueToss 2: yellowToss 3: blueToss 4: redToss 5: greenToss 6: blueToss 7: black...What color is most likely to be on the 6th side?
20.
A number divisible by 2, 3, and 5 will always be divisible by _____________ .
21.
A photographer used 32 rolls of film in 1 day. Each roll of film has 24 pictures. Which number sentence represents n, the total number of pictures in 1 day?
22.
Amy rolls a cube with the numbers 0, 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9 on it.Curtis rolls a cube with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 on it.The player who rolls a number less than 4 is the winner.Both players roll their cube.Which statement is true?
A.
Curtis has a higher probability of winning.
B.
Amy has a higher probabilty of winning.
C.
Amy and Curtis have the same probability of winning.
D.
There is not enough information given to answer the question.
23.
Bob has 32 cards, and Christina has double that. Kim has 18 cards less than Christina. Sally has 31 cards more than Bob.Who has the most cards?
24.
There are 100 gumballs in a machine:30 red25 yellow20 green15 white10 blueWhat is the probability of getting a green gumball from the machine?
25.
The entrance to a building is 6 feet 8 inches high. A man is 5 foot 9 inches tall. His hat adds 5 inches to his total height. How much space is there between the top of his hat and the top of the entrance