14 Questions
| Total Attempts: 400

Questions and Answers

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- 6.Place your Age on the number line below:
- 7.Draw a picture of a square and a rectangle. Be sure to label it with as much information as you can. Is a square a kind of a rectangle? Explain.
- 8.If a number plus two is less than five, is the number less than four or is the number greater than four? How do you know?
- 9.If you ride your bike to the store at 20 km/hr. How fast must your ride your bike back home again to average 25km/hr for the whole trip. Assume you take the same route both ways and do not include your time in the store.
- 10.If “n” is any ODD number, which of the following is NOT TRUE about “n+1”
- Odd
- Even
- Prime
- Equals “n-1”

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- 11.Sally and Sam were answering a question on a math test. Sally determined that the female killer whale which weighs about 7 500Kg was 16000 times heavier than a female Russian rat which weighs about 450g. Sam said it was only 15 times heavier. Who is closer to being right and why?
- 12.Are computers increasing or decreasing in price here?
- 13.If I ate 2/5 of this chocolate bar, and you at 1/3 third of what is left, how many little squares would be available for someone else?
- 14.Can you place 6 X's on a Tic Tac Toe board without making three in a row in any direction? Tic Tac Toe