Math Revision Practice Quiz

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Students will test their knowledge on sorting and classifying, money and time.

• 1.

Myra began painting at 10:00 am and finished at 12:00 pm. How long was she painting?

• A.

4 hours

• B.

2 hours

• C.

5 hours

• D.

12 hours

B. 2 hours
Explanation
Myra began painting at 10:00 am and finished at 12:00 pm, which means she painted for a total of 2 hours.

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• 2.

Which coin is worth 5Â¢?

• A.

Penny

• B.

Nickel

• C.

Dime

• D.

Quarter

B. Nickel
Explanation
The coin worth 5Â¢ is the Nickel.

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• 3.

Which coin is worth 10Â¢?

• A.

Quarter

• B.

Nickel

• C.

Penny

• D.

Dime

D. Dime
Explanation
A dime is worth 10Â¢ because it is a coin that has a value of ten cents. It is smaller in size compared to other coins like a quarter, nickel, and penny. The dime is commonly used in everyday transactions and is part of the standard currency system in the United States.

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• 4.

If Zak has a nickel and two pennies in his pocket, how much money does Zak have?

• A.

3Â¢

• B.

12Â¢

• C.

7Â¢

• D.

25Â¢

C. 7Â¢
Explanation
Zak has a nickel, which is worth 5 cents, and two pennies, each worth 1 cent. Therefore, the total amount of money Zak has is 5 cents + 1 cent + 1 cent = 7 cents.

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• 5.

Mary's sister gave her two nickels and a dime to buy some lip gloss. How much money did Mary's sister give her?

• A.

20Â¢

• B.

11Â¢

• C.

25Â¢

• D.

3Â¢

A. 20Â¢
Explanation
Mary's sister gave her two nickels, which are each worth 5Â¢, and a dime, which is worth 10Â¢. Therefore, Mary's sister gave her a total of 20Â¢ (2 nickels + 1 dime = 20Â¢).

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• 6.

You can tell the time more than one way.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
This statement is true because there are multiple ways to tell the time. For example, you can use a traditional analog clock with hands, a digital clock, or even a smartphone or computer that displays the time. Additionally, different cultures and regions may have their own unique ways of telling time, such as using a 24-hour clock or referencing the position of the sun. Therefore, it is accurate to say that you can tell the time in more than one way.

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• 7.

How long would it take to brush your teeth?

• A.

5 hours

• B.

2 seconds

• C.

10 minutes

• D.

1 minute

D. 1 minute
Explanation
It is generally recommended to brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes, twice a day. Therefore, the correct answer is 1 minute, which falls within the recommended time frame for brushing your teeth.

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• 8.

How long does it take to walk from your classroom to the cafeteria?

• A.

30 minutes

• B.

3 seconds

• C.

1 hour

• D.

3 minutes

D. 3 minutes
Explanation
The answer of 3 minutes suggests that it takes a relatively short amount of time to walk from the classroom to the cafeteria. This implies that the classroom and cafeteria are likely to be located within close proximity to each other, making it convenient for students to access the cafeteria during their break or lunchtime.

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• 9.

How long does it take to write your name?

• A.

1 second

• B.

1 hour

• C.

10 minutes

• D.

20 seconds

D. 20 seconds
Explanation
The question is asking for the time it takes to write one's name. Out of the given options, 20 seconds seems like a reasonable amount of time to write a name. Writing one's name typically involves a few simple strokes or letters, which can be done fairly quickly. 1 second may be too short of a time to write a name, while 1 hour and 10 minutes seem excessive for such a simple task. Therefore, 20 seconds is the most appropriate answer.

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• 10.

How long does it take to eat breakfast?

• A.

5 seconds

• B.

15 minutes

• C.

50 seconds

• D.

5 hours

B. 15 minutes
Explanation
The correct answer is 15 minutes because it is a reasonable amount of time to eat breakfast. Eating breakfast typically involves consuming a variety of foods such as cereal, toast, eggs, or fruit, which may take some time to finish. Additionally, 15 minutes allows for a relaxed and enjoyable meal without rushing through it.

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• 11.

Why are tables and graphs so important?

• A.

They help organize things in our daily lives.

• B.

They help us eat

• C.

They help us multiply, divide, subtract and add.

A. They help organize things in our daily lives.
Explanation
Tables and graphs are important because they assist in organizing information in our everyday lives. They provide a visual representation of data, making it easier to understand and analyze complex information. Whether it is organizing schedules, tracking expenses, or presenting research findings, tables and graphs help us to efficiently organize and interpret data. Additionally, they aid in decision-making processes by highlighting patterns, trends, and relationships in the data, enabling us to make informed choices.

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• 12.

How do we sort and classify?

• A.

Size, shape, color, category

• B.

Height, size, length, category

• C.

Smell, taste, touch, see

• D.

Shape,length,color,smell

A. Size, shape, color, category
Explanation
We sort and classify objects based on their size, shape, color, and category. These criteria help us organize and categorize things into groups or classes based on their similarities or differences. By considering these factors, we can easily identify and group objects together based on their shared characteristics, making it easier to understand and analyze them.

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