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Fill in the space by the correct answer.

1
 What should replace the _____ to make the following sentence true?5 × 7 = 46 _____ 11   ×  -  ÷  +

2
 5600 ÷ 8 =   4206  700  770  102  707

3
 Albert can type twenty-seven words a minute. How many words can Albert type in 1 hour and 15 minutes?   2192  405  1991  2513  2025  None of the above

4
 It costs six cents per minute to make a phone call. If Michael was on the phone for thirty-two minutes, how much did the call cost?   \$1.92  \$1.32  \$2.04  \$19.20  \$2.40  \$1.80

5
What is the area of this figure?

24 square units
5 square units
19 square units
22 square units
6 square units

6
 39 + 8 =   57  47  17  41  87  None of the above

7
January
 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
What day of the week is January 19?

Friday
Thursday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Saturday
Monday

8
 What does the _____ stand for the in following equation?18 _____ 6 = 3   +  ÷  -  ×

9
 Which of these answers is the expanded numeral for 543?   50 + 40 + 30  400 + 30 + 5  500 + 40 + 3  5 + 43  54 + 3  5 + 34

10
 The library has one hundred five books in the new book section that can be checked out. On Thursday only 36 new books were on the shelf. How many books from the new book section have been checked out from the library?   72  70  79  69  141  133

11
 Which of the following numbers will have a remainder when it is divided by 7?   42  28  63  32  35  21

12
 Which answer has the least value?   0.03  0.054  A and B are equal.

13

 39
+ 8

 8 39

 119

 5 19

 249
None of the above

14
 \$7.99- 4.13

\$3.86
\$5.86
\$3.85
\$3.26
None of the above

15
 Which answer has the greatest value?   21.6  0.216  A and B are equal.

16
If the following numbers were in order from least to greatest, what is the middle number?
 575, 750, 725, 400, 350, 325, 300, 225, 200, 675, and 375

325
675
725
225
300
375

17
What number does this chart represent?
 10000's 1000's 100's / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

76010
100607
7600
6710
16070
76100

18
 Which group of numbers is ordered from least to greatest?   3.313, 3.382, 3.475, 3.927  6.775, 6.839, 6.258, 6.582  4.273, 4.691, 4.639, 4.774  6.661, 6.533, 6.338, 6.393  4.746, 4.748, 4.638, 4.132

19
 4 × 861 =   3,444  3,474  3,443  3,844  2,442  None of the above

20
 7 × 35 =   241  875  1,375  415  None of the above

21
 69 × 884 =   68,196  60,196  327,728  18,996  60,995  None of the above

22
 Michael has read seventy-nine pages so far in a book he is reading. If the book has 277 pages, how many more pages does he have left to read?   256  119  183  198  174

23
 What number is missing from the following sequence?24, 32, 40, ____, 56, 64   41  50  44  46  None of the above

24
 There are 13 people in the cooking class. Everyone has to buy 2 dozen eggs. How many eggs will the class have in total?   512 eggs  98 eggs  78 eggs  457 eggs  312 eggs

25
 The speed limit on the highway is sixty miles per hour. Bill has been driving for 6 hours at 5 miles per hour slower than the speed limit. How far has Bill driven?   447 miles  330 miles  390 miles  431 miles  488 miles

26
 Jill has a desk which is three feet wide and eight feet long. What is the area of the desk?   5 square feet  24 square feet  42 square feet  16 square feet  27 square feet

27
 A diagram included eight octagons, eight circles, eleven hexagons, four squares, and eight line segments. How many polygons are in the diagram?   23  15  39  8  19

28
 Which of the following group of numbers is in order from largest to smallest?   3, 71, 37, 77, 26  6, 89, 63, 22, 85  88, 66, 63, 13, 7  89, 71, 44, 85, 12  77, 85, 44, 19, 27  54, 92, 48, 83, 65

29
 Which answer has the greatest unit size?   12 ft  75 in  A and B are equal.

30
 The drama club would like to have one hundred eight people see a play at the same time. If they want to have 9 rows, how many chairs should they put in each row?   6  13  12  11  5

31
 Paul and Amy were jogging on a trail in the woods. In the first 4 hours they traveled 24 miles. How many miles was that per hour?   six miles per hour  three miles per hour  five miles per hour  eight miles per hour  two miles per hour  seven miles per hour

32
 How many inches in 3 feet?   288 inches  72 inches  324 inches  144 inches  36 inches  48 inches

33
 A father wanted to give an equal amount of money to each of his four children. He had ten dollars to divide among them. How much did each child receive?   two hundred sixty-six   two hundred thirty-four   two hundred forty-two   two hundred fifty   two hundred fifty-eight

34
 40- 4

16
36
32
11
76
None of the above

35
 9.46- 2.3

7.06
4.16
7.11
7.16
1.16
None of the above

36
 Paul's first graders read a total of 90 books. Each student read ten books. How many children are in Paul's first grade class?   seven people  fifteen people  nine people  ten people  six people

37
 49 ÷ 7 =   7  3  60  1  8 R5

38
 Brad and 2 friends had a total of 28 books. They put an equal number of books onto 4 shelves. What was the total number of books on each shelf?   three  two  seven  four  one

39
 How would you estimate 8,371 + 1,458 to the nearest hundred?   9,400 + 1,500  8,400 + 1,500  9,400 + 2,500  7,400 + 500  8,370 + 1,460

40
Which fraction has a value greater than one-fourth?

 110

 13

 111

 15
None of the above

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