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Name Date: __________________

Solve the following problems

**1.**

In the following equation, what is the value of?

(2 + 4) × 5 =? + 20

**2.**

Darline has a special wallet that can hold 20 lipsticks. How many purses does Darline need when she has 420 lipsticks?

**A.** 20th **BB** 22nd **C. **23 **DD **21

**3.** Represent the following situation with an integer. Then order it

A loss of $ 12 ___________

5 feet above sea level ___________

a charge of $ 20 ____________

A win of $ 50 ____________

_________, ___________, ____________, ______________

**4th**

Get a CD. Put your finger on the edge. Swipe your finger around the edge until your finger reaches where you had it before moving it.

Your finger measured the _______________ of the CD

**A.** Area **BB** scope **C. **volume **DD **surface

**5.**

Debbie studies 5 hours, John 6 hours and Ashley 10 hours. How many hours do the 3 students study on average?

**A.** 7th **BB** 8th **C. **8th **DD **5

-5 + 8 = _______

5 + -8 = _______

-5 + -8 = ______

5 + 8 = ______

**7th**

Compare the following two decimal places. Use either <,> or =

564.1540791 564.1540789

**8th.**

Find the perimeter and area of the rectangle below:

Scope = _____________ units

Area = __________________ square units

**9.**

Get a quarter and toss it.

The different results are __________________________

Write the probability of getting heads as a fraction ____________

Write the probability of getting heads as a percentage ____________

Write the probability of getting heads as a decimal ____________

**10.**

Add 2/3 and 5/6 _____________

**11.**

Write the answer for number 10 as a mixed number _________________

Write the answer for number 10 in lowest terms _________________

**12th**

Divide 7845 by 15 ________________

**13th**

An ice cream parlor offers vanilla, rum, raisins, chocolate and peanut butter as flavors. They have sugar cones, cake cones and chocolate coating

Make a tree in the box below that shows the different ice cream and cone combinations you can order.

How many orders can you place?

**A.** 7th **BB** 4th **C. **12 **DD **3

**14th**

To find the number on the right you have to

**A.** Multiply the number on the left by 5, then add 1

**BB **Multiply the number on the left by 5, then subtract 1

**C. **Multiply the number on the left by 4, then add 3

**DD **Multiply the number on the left by 3, then add 10

**fifteen.**

Which of these units is the best for measuring the length of a book?

**A.** millimeter **BB** centimeter **C. **kilometre **DD **meter

**16.**

Replace the question mark with the missing number

64837 -? = 63936

54 +? = 25 + 36

**17th **

Two sides of an isosceles triangle measure 6 and 10. The circumference of the triangle could be

**A.** 26 or 21 **BB** 12 or 20 **C. **22 or 23 **DD **26 or 22

**18th**

What information could you find in the following situation?

Noemy bought a box of apples for $ 4.20. She now has $ 2.35 in her purse.

**A.** Noemy’s allowance every month **BB** How much are the apples? **C. **How much money did Noemy have before buying the apples? **DD **How many apples are in the box?

**19th**

Examine the graphic below, then choose the correct answer

**A.** Computers will cost $ 50 in 2020 **BB** The cost of computing has dropped by more than $ 2,000 **C. **Compared to 1970, computers cost half as much in 2010 **DD **In 2030, the price of computers could go away. Large!

**20th**

They want to share $ 1000 between you and 5 friends.

Can you divide the money equally?

What is the maximum amount that can be divided equally?

If they share the rest as well, write what each person gets as a fraction.

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