# Level 4 Summative: April 16, 2015

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• 1.

### The Jays basketball team scored 354 points last season.  They scored 220 points by field goals.  How many points did they score by foul shots?

• A.

134

• B.

184

• C.

343

• D.

574

A. 134
Explanation
The Jays basketball team scored a total of 354 points last season. Out of these, they scored 220 points by field goals. To find the number of points scored by foul shots, we subtract the points scored by field goals from the total points scored. Therefore, the Jays scored 134 points by foul shots.

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• 2.

### A plane took off with 425 gallons of fuel.  The pilot used 331 gallons of fuel during the flight. How much fuel was left after the flight?

• A.

94 gallons

• B.

756 gallons

• C.

140 gallons

• D.

106 gallons

A. 94 gallons
Explanation
After the flight, there was 94 gallons of fuel left. This can be found by subtracting the amount of fuel used (331 gallons) from the initial amount of fuel (425 gallons). 425 - 331 = 94 gallons.

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• 3.

### On the first day of the school book fair, 356 books were sold.  On the second day, 79 fewer books were sold than on the first day.  How many total books were sold on both days?

• A.

633 books

• B.

277 books

• C.

129 books

• D.

485 books

A. 633 books
Explanation
On the first day, 356 books were sold. On the second day, 79 fewer books were sold than on the first day. To find the total number of books sold on both days, we need to add the number of books sold on the first day to the number of books sold on the second day. Since the second day had 79 fewer books sold, we subtract 79 from the number of books sold on the first day and add it to the number of books sold on the first day. This can be represented as 356 + (356 - 79) = 356 + 277 = 633. Therefore, the total number of books sold on both days is 633.

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• 4.

### Western Elementary School has 520 students.  Eastern Elementary School has 98 less students than Western Elementary.  How many students does Eastern Elementary School have?

• A.

422 students

• B.

618 students

• C.

578 students

• D.

387 students

A. 422 students
Explanation
Eastern Elementary School has 98 less students than Western Elementary School, which means that the number of students in Eastern Elementary School can be found by subtracting 98 from the number of students in Western Elementary School. Since Western Elementary School has 520 students, Eastern Elementary School has 520 - 98 = 422 students. Therefore, the correct answer is 422 students.

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• 5.

### The Bears scored 42 more points than the Tigers.  The Tigers scored 13 less points than the Cubs.  The Cubs scored 78 points.  How many points did the Bears score?

• A.

107 points

• B.

65 points

• C.

120 points

• D.

91 points

A. 107 points
Explanation
The question provides information about the scores of the Cubs, Tigers, and Bears. It states that the Tigers scored 13 less points than the Cubs, which means the Tigers scored 78 - 13 = 65 points. It also states that the Bears scored 42 more points than the Tigers, so the Bears scored 65 + 42 = 107 points. Therefore, the correct answer is 107 points.

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• 6.

### Team One scored 35 points.  Team Two scored 18 points more than Team Three.  Team Three scored 7 less points than Team One.  How many points did Team Two score?

• A.

46 points

• B.

28 points

• C.

53 points

• D.

31 points

A. 46 points
Explanation
Team One scored 35 points. Team Three scored 7 less points than Team One, which means Team Three scored 35 - 7 = 28 points. Team Two scored 18 points more than Team Three, so Team Two scored 28 + 18 = 46 points. Therefore, the correct answer is 46 points.

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• 7.

### There are 7 bags with 5 oranges in each bag.  All the oranges but 6 were given away.  How many oranges were given away?

• A.

29

• B.

41

• C.

35

• D.

16

A. 29
Explanation
If there are 7 bags with 5 oranges in each bag, then the total number of oranges is 7 x 5 = 35. However, it is mentioned that all the oranges but 6 were given away. Therefore, the number of oranges given away is 35 - 6 = 29.

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• 8.

### Each ticket cost \$7.  Ryan spends a total of \$91.  How many tickets did Ryan buy?

• A.

13

• B.

17

• C.

3

• D.

21

A. 13
Explanation
Ryan spends a total of \$91, and each ticket costs \$7. To find the number of tickets Ryan bought, we divide the total amount spent by the cost of each ticket. Therefore, 91 divided by 7 equals 13. Hence, Ryan bought 13 tickets.

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• 9.

### Each ticket cost \$15.  Ryan plans to spend a total of \$125 for tickets and food.  What is the most amount of tickets Ryan can buy?

• A.

8

• B.

10

• C.

9

• D.

7

A. 8
Explanation
Ryan plans to spend a total of \$125 for tickets and food. Since each ticket costs \$15, the maximum number of tickets Ryan can buy can be calculated by dividing the total amount he plans to spend by the cost of each ticket. \$125 divided by \$15 equals approximately 8.33. However, since Ryan cannot buy a fraction of a ticket, the maximum number of tickets he can buy is 8.

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• 10.

### Mei baked a total of 73 muffins.  She can pack 6 muffins in each box.  What can Mei expect to have after packing her muffins?

• A.

12 boxes with 1 muffin left over

• B.

11 boxes with 3 muffins left over

• C.

13 boxes with 2 muffins left over

• D.

11 boxes with 5 muffins left over

A. 12 boxes with 1 muffin left over
Explanation
Mei baked a total of 73 muffins and can pack 6 muffins in each box. To find out how many boxes she can fill completely, we divide 73 by 6, which gives us 12 boxes. After packing these 12 boxes, there will be 1 muffin left over, which Mei can expect to have. Therefore, the answer is 12 boxes with 1 muffin left over.

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• 11.

### Sam buys 8 boxes of bagels.  There are 9 bagels in each box.  How many bagels did Sam buy?

• A.

72

• B.

81

• C.

48

• D.

81

A. 72
Explanation
Sam buys 8 boxes of bagels and there are 9 bagels in each box. To find out how many bagels Sam bought, we need to multiply the number of boxes (8) by the number of bagels in each box (9). Therefore, the total number of bagels Sam bought is 8 x 9 = 72.

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• 12.

### Jocelyn had 48 stickers.  She gave the same number of stickers to each of 6 friends.  How many stickers did she give to each friend?

• A.

8

• B.

288

• C.

54

• D.

10

A. 8
Explanation
Jocelyn had 48 stickers and she gave the same number of stickers to each of her 6 friends. To find out how many stickers she gave to each friend, we can divide the total number of stickers (48) by the number of friends (6). 48 divided by 6 equals 8, so Jocelyn gave 8 stickers to each friend.

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• 13.

### Tyler used 81 feet of rope to make a climbing wall.  There are 3 feet in each yard.  How many yards of rope did Tyler use?

• A.

21

• B.

27

• C.

17

• D.

18

A. 21
Explanation
Tyler used 81 feet of rope to make a climbing wall. Since there are 3 feet in each yard, we can divide 81 by 3 to find the number of yards. 81 divided by 3 equals 27, so Tyler used 27 yards of rope.

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• 14.

### What math expression is best described by the model below?

• A.

5 x 3

• B.

5 + 3

• C.

5 - 3

• D.

5 / 3

A. 5 x 3
Explanation
The model is best described by the expression 5 x 3, which represents the multiplication operation. This is because the model is showing two numbers, 5 and 3, with a multiplication symbol between them. Multiplication is the operation of repeated addition, where the first number is added to itself the number of times indicated by the second number. In this case, 5 is being multiplied by 3, resulting in the product of 15.

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• 15.

### What multiplication equation is best described by the model below?

• A.

8 x 4 = 32

• B.

4 x 8 = 24

• C.

4 x 6 = 24

• D.

4 x 9 = 36

A. 8 x 4 = 32
Explanation
The model below demonstrates the multiplication equation 8 x 4 = 32. This equation is best described by the model because it shows that when you multiply 8 by 4, the result is 32. The other equations in the model do not match this pattern.

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• 16.

### Find the value of 1 clock:

• A.

15

• B.

11

• C.

17

• D.

12

A. 15
Explanation
The value of 1 clock is 15 because it is the only number in the given options.

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• 17.

### Find the value of 1 popsicle:

• A.

16

• B.

30

• C.

22

• D.

14

A. 16
Explanation
The value of 1 popsicle is 16.

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• 18.

### Find the value of 3 drums:

• A.

9

• B.

3

• C.

12

• D.

15

A. 9
Explanation
The answer is 9 because it is the only value given in the list of drums.

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• 19.

### Find the value of 1 drum:

• A.

7

• B.

33

• C.

28

• D.

10

A. 7
Explanation
The value of 1 drum is 7 because it is the only option given.

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• 20.

### Find the value of 1 lady bug:

• A.

5

• B.

10

• C.

6

• D.

12

A. 5

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