Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10889981)

1. There were 14 pieces of birthday cake. After the picnic there were 3 pieces of cake. How many pieces of cake were eaten?

11 pieces of cakes

2. Don, Lon, and Jon were born on the same day. Don was born at 5:12 a.m. Lon was born at 3:45 a.m. Jon was born at 1:32 a.m. Who is the oldest?

T Don is the oldest

3. Nicholas drew animal cartoons. He drew six rabbits, two deer, three bears, and six horses. How many rabbits, horses, and deer did he draw?

14 (rabbits, horses, and deer)

4. At bedtime, Father read a story to the triplets. He started reading at 7:41 p.m. He finished the story at 8:15 p.m. How long did it take to read the story?

34 minutes

5. The girls picked 4 apples, 5 peaches, and 7 pears. How many apples and pears did they pick?

11 (apples and pears)

6. Grandpa Mathews gave each boy 5 quarters, 2 dimes, and 6 pennies. How much money did each boy have?

$1.51

7. Amanda put 20 brownies on a plate in two stacks. She put 10 brownies in the first stack. How many are in the second stack?

10 brownies

8. Don ate four pieces of chicken. Lon ate three pieces of chicken. Jon ate five pieces of chicken. How many pieces did they eat in all?

12 pieces of chicken

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

1. There were 6 pins on the sewing table. Andrew put 4 more pins on the table. How many pins are on the table now?

2. Three elves used their needles to make shoes. Each elf made 4 shoes. How many shoes did they make in all?

3. Nicole has 13 bird pins. Five are bluebirds, two are robins, and the rest are hummingbirds. How many hummingbird pins does she have?

4. Anthony made a pattern. He used pins and needles. See if you can finish his pattern: 1 pin, 2 needles, 3 pins, 4______.

5. Mrs. Davis sold 8 apple pies. Kylie sold 4 cherry pies. How many pies were sold in all?

6. Miss Lewis went to the store. She wanted to buy some pins. Her car has 4 wheels. There were 6 other cars at the store. How many wheels do 7 cars have?

7. Mr. Rodriguez bought eight TV dinners. He ate three yesterday. He ate one today. How many TV dinners are left?

8. Julia made 8 banana fritters. Her brother ate 3 of them. How many fritters are left? 1. The brownie baking contest is on December 11. Jason's birthday is 3 weeks later. On what date is Jason's birthday?

January 1

2. Courtney has twenty-five pairs of shoes! Seven pairs of the shoes are brown. How many pairs of shoes are not brown?

18 pairs of shoes

3. Justin was looking for his brown shoes. He couldn't find them anywhere! He looked under his bed. No brown shoes. He looked in his closet. No brown shoes. He looked in the kitchen. No brown shoes. He looked in the bathroom. No brown shoes. He even looked under his dog! No brown shoes. Finally he found his brown shoes. They were on the stairs. It took him 1 hour and 25 minutes to find them. He started looking for his brown shoes at 9:00 a.m. When did he find them?

10:25 a.m.

4. Savannah could not decide which card to e-mail to her friend. Six cards had flowers on them. Two cards had birthday cakes on them. If she chooses a card without looking, it is more likely she will choose a card with ______ on it.

a) flowers

b) a birthday cake

a) flowers

5. Kaitlyn loves shoes. She has four pairs of white shoes. She has three pairs of black shoes. She has one pair of red shoes. She has four pairs of brown shoes. She has three pairs of blue shoes. How many pairs of shoes does Kaitlyn have in all?

15 pairs of shoes

6. Grace is polishing her brown shoes. She will wear them tomorrow. Tomorrow is Wear Brown Shoes Day. She started polishing her shoes at 2:17 p.m. She finished at 2:48 p.m. How many minutes did it take her to polish her shoes?

31 minutes

7. Anna is going on a trip to visit her grandmother. They will light the first candle of Hanukkah on Saturday, December 8. Anna will return home 5 days later. On what day of the week will she return home?

Thursday

8. Alexis counted all her birthday cards. She got 5 cards from her mailbox. Her mother and father gave her a card. Her sister gave her a card. She also got 7 cards in her e-mail. How many cards did she get in all?

14 cards

9. Hanukkah begins on December 8. The Pie Day sale is two weeks before that. On what date is the Pie Day sale?

November 24

10. Brittany made 12 pastries. She used 2 ounces of walnuts for each pastry. How many pounds of walnuts did she use?

1 1/2 pounds

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

1. There are five sugar cookies and one chocolate chip cookie in a bag. If Emma takes one cookie out of the bag without looking, it is _________ that she will get a chocolate chip cookie.

a) impossible

b) likely

c) unlikely

2. Morgan is very short. She is only thirty-five inches tall. Her brother is forty-seven inches tall. Morgan doesn't like being short. She would like to stretch herself. She would like to be as tall as her brother. How many inches would she have to grow to be forty-seven inches tall?

3. Cameron liked to run. He liked to run in races. He never won. He was always the underdog. One day he said, "I don't want to lose every race. I don't want to be the underdog." He started to run after school. On Monday he ran two miles. On Tuesday he ran one mile. On Wednesday he ran four miles. On Thursday he ran three miles. On Friday he ran in a race. He was the underdog. He ran fast. He tried very hard and he won the race! How many miles did Cameron run to practice for the race?

4. Steven likes to read. He likes to read about sports heroes. He bought a book about Spud Webb. Spud Webb was only five feet and five inches tall. He was a very short for an NBA player! The book cost $3.50. Steven gave the clerk $5. How much change did he get back?

5. There are 3 white sugar cubes and 5 blue sugar cubes in the bag. If Brittany draws one out, it is __________ that she will draw a red one.

a) likely

b) unlikely

c) certain

d) impossible

6. Ten children made gingerbread houses. Four children put red doors on their houses. How many children did not put red doors on their houses?

7. Nicholas put some candy in a bag. He recorded the outcome of 17 pulls: lemon drops (8), peppermints (3), and red hots (6). Which candy did he pull least often?

8. Mr. Anderson has 18 ties. He gave his brother 6 ties. How many ties does he have now?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10273049)

1. There are five sugar cookies and one chocolate chip cookie in a bag. If Emma takes one cookie out of the bag without looking, it is _________ that she will get a chocolate chip cookie.

a) impossible

b) likely

c) unlikely

b) likely

2. Morgan is very short. She is only thirty-five inches tall. Her brother is forty-seven inches tall. Morgan doesn't like being short. She would like to stretch herself. She would like to be as tall as her brother. How many inches would she have to grow to be forty-seven inches tall?

12 inches

3. Cameron liked to run. He liked to run in races. He never won. He was always the underdog. One day he said, "I don't want to lose every race. I don't want to be the underdog." He started to run after school. On Monday he ran two miles. On Tuesday he ran one mile. On Wednesday he ran four miles. On Thursday he ran three miles. On Friday he ran in a race. He was the underdog. He ran fast. He tried very hard and he won the race! How many miles did Cameron run to practice for the race?

10 miles

4. Steven likes to read. He likes to read about sports heroes. He bought a book about Spud Webb. Spud Webb was only five feet and five inches tall. He was a very short for an NBA player! The book cost $3.50. Steven gave the clerk $5. How much change did he get back?

$1.50

5. There are 3 white sugar cubes and 5 blue sugar cubes in the bag. If Brittany draws one out, it is __________ that she will draw a red one.

a) likely

b) unlikely

c) certain

d) impossible

d) impossible

6. Ten children made gingerbread houses. Four children put red doors on their houses. How many children did not put red doors on their houses?

6 children

7. Nicholas put some candy in a bag. He recorded the outcome of 17 pulls: lemon drops (8), peppermints (3), and red hots (6). Which candy did he pull least often?

3 peppermints

8. Mr. Anderson has 18 ties. He gave his brother 6 ties. How many ties does he have now?

12 ties

Date ___________________ 1. Victoria likes to read poems by Emily Dickinson. Last night she read from 7:32 p.m. until 9:06 p.m. How long did she read?

1 hour and 34 minutes

2. Dylan used a cookie cutter to cut out football shapes. The footballs were about 3 inches long. How many football cookies would he need to make a row about 1 foot long?

4 cookies

3. Taylor is polishing her brown shoes. She will wear them tomorrow. Tomorrow is Wear Brown Shoes Day. She started polishing her shoes at 3:12 p.m. She finished at 3:43 p.m. How many minutes did it take her to polish her shoes?

31 minutes

4. Cody went to the shoe store. He wanted a new pair of shoes. He wanted new brown shoes. His mother bought a pair of brown shoes for $13. She gave the clerk $20. How much change did she get from the clerk?

$7

5. Which unit of measure would be the most appropriate to determine the amount of flour needed to make a dozen cookies?

a) cups

b) inches

c) miles

d) tons

a) cups

6. On Walt Disney's birthday 8,170 people came for a piece of his cake. Could the people be put in groups of 10 with no one left over? Could they be put in groups of 4 with no one left over?

a) Yes

b) No

7. Jordan is making hot chocolate for his friends. He has mugs that hold 1 pint each. He is making 2 gallons of hot chocolate. How many mugs can he fill?

16 mugs

8. The brownie baking contest is on December 7. Cameron's birthday is 2 weeks later. On what date is Cameron's birthday?

December 21

9. Courtney made 14 pastries. She used 2 ounces of walnuts for each pastry. How many pounds of walnuts did she use?

1 3/4 pounds

10. Austin bought a book about Pearl Harbor. The book cost $9.43 with tax. He gave the clerk a $20 bill. How much change did he get?

$10.57

1. On Christmas Day Benjamin and Elizabeth made a snowman. Was it 27 degrees Celsius or0 degrees Celsius?

2. Caleb is between a rock and a hard place. His car gets 25 miles to the gallon. He has about3 gallons left in the tank. How much more gas does he need to drive the remaining 179miles home?

3. Choose the unit that should be used to measure the length of a gingerbread man (a little larger than a cookie).

a) cm

b) m

c) km

4. Devin has 4 red and 5 white poinsettia plants. His mother chose one without seeing the color. It is _________ that she got a pink poinsettia.

a) certain

b) possible

c) impossible

5. Brandon's gingerbread house is 450 cm high. Hunter's gingerbread house is 425 cm high. What is the difference in their heights?

6. There are 3 white sugar cubes and 8 blue sugar cubes in the bag. If Jasmine draws one out, it is __________ that she will draw a red one.

a) likely

b) unlikely

c) certain

d) impossible

7. There are five sugar cookies and one chocolate chip cookie in a bag. If Madison takes one cookie out of the bag without looking, it is _________ that she will get a chocolate chip cookie.

a) impossible

b) likely

c) unlikely

8. Kaylee is very short. She is only thirty-five inches tall. Her brother is forty-five inches tall. Kaylee doesn't like being short. She would like to stretch herself. She would like to be as tall as her brother. How many inches would she have to grow to be forty-five inches tall?

9. Destiny has 2 liters of milk to pour into glasses. If each glass holds 250 milliliters of milk, how many glasses can she fill?

10. Ethan is making 10 dozen cookies. The dough has a mass of 2.5 kg. How many grams is that?

1. On Christmas Day Benjamin and Elizabeth made a snowman. Was it 27 degrees Celsius or0 degrees Celsius?

0 degrees Celsius

2. Caleb is between a rock and a hard place. His car gets 25 miles to the gallon. He has about3 gallons left in the tank. How much more gas does he need to drive the remaining 179miles home?

5 gallons

3. Choose the unit that should be used to measure the length of a gingerbread man (a little larger than a cookie).

a) cm

b) m

c) km

a) cm

4. Devin has 4 red and 5 white poinsettia plants. His mother chose one without seeing the color. It is _________ that she got a pink poinsettia.

a) certain

b) possible

c) impossible

b) Possible

5. Brandon's gingerbread house is 450 cm high. Hunter's gingerbread house is 425 cm high. What is the difference in their heights?

25 cm

6. There are 3 white sugar cubes and 8 blue sugar cubes in the bag. If Jasmine draws one out, it is __________ that she will draw a red one.

a) likely

b) unlikely

c) certain

d) impossible

d) impossible

7. There are five sugar cookies and one chocolate chip cookie in a bag. If Madison takes one cookie out of the bag without looking, it is _________ that she will get a chocolate chip cookie.

a) impossible

b) likely

c) unlikely

b) likely

8. Kaylee is very short. She is only thirty-five inches tall. Her brother is forty-five inches tall. Kaylee doesn't like being short. She would like to stretch herself. She would like to be as tall as her brother. How many inches would she have to grow to be forty-five inches tall?

10 inches

9. Destiny has 2 liters of milk to pour into glasses. If each glass holds 250 milliliters of milk, how many glasses can she fill?

8 glasses

10. Ethan is making 10 dozen cookies. The dough has a mass of 2.5 kg. How many grams is that?

2500 grams

ate ___________________

Mixed Review

16. There was a fire in the building down the street. It was so large that our city had to call in 6 fire trucks. Each truck had 9 firemen riding on it. How many firemen arrived to fight the fire?

17. Hunter works at the zoo. He fed the moose breakfast, put a loose duck back in the pond, and fed 7 tigers. He worked 5hours. If he is paid 5 dollars per hour, how much money did he make? grade 4

ate ___________________

1. Christopher made 75, 85, 83, 93, and 86 on his math tests. What was his average test score? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

2. Lauren has 29 Cozy Cuddles stickers. She gave 6 stickers to a friend. Then she bought 9more stickers. How many stickers did Lauren have then?

3. Ms. Clark's class is making beaded safety pin necklaces. She brought 556 safety pins. There are 25 students in the class. About how many safety pins will each student get?

4. Madison made 10 cherry pies for the school Pie Day sale. Seven of the pies were sold. What fraction of the cherry pies were sold? Write the fraction in simplest form.

5. Alexander spent $16.5 on TV dinners. The dinners cost $3.3 each. How many TV dinners did Alexander buy?

6. There is only 0.32 of the lemon cream pie left in the pan. Write as a fraction the amount of pie left in the pan.

7. Mrs. Jones makes baby quilts for the Cozy Cuddles Club. The club donates the quilts to the shelter. Last year she made 3 quilts each month. How many quilts did she make in the whole year?

8. Mrs. White used an equal number of apples in each of 6 pies. She used 36 apples in all. How many apples did she use in each pie?

9. Safety pins are put in packages of 18 pins each. How many packages will 252 pins fill?

10. There are 129 people signed up for a pie-making class. They will be divided into groups. Each group will have 12 people. About how many groups will be formed?

11. Students in Mr. Miller's cooking class were given 2 1/2 hours to make their fritters. How many minutes is this?

12. Mrs. Thompson has 8 boxes of cookie cutters. Each box has 4 cookie cutters. She wants to put them on shelves in her store. Each shelf can display 14 cookie cutters. How many shelves does she need for her cookie cutters?

1. Christopher made 75, 85, 83, 93, and 86 on his math tests. What was his average test score? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

84.4

2. Lauren has 29 Cozy Cuddles stickers. She gave 6 stickers to a friend. Then she bought 9more stickers. How many stickers did Lauren have then?

32 stickers

3. Ms. Clark's class is making beaded safety pin necklaces. She brought 556 safety pins. There are 25 students in the class. About how many safety pins will each student get?

22 safety pins

4. Madison made 10 cherry pies for the school Pie Day sale. Seven of the pies were sold. What fraction of the cherry pies were sold? Write the fraction in simplest form.

7/10

5. Alexander spent $16.5 on TV dinners. The dinners cost $3.3 each. How many TV dinners did Alexander buy?

5 TV dinners

6. There is only 0.32 of the lemon cream pie left in the pan. Write as a fraction the amount of pie left in the pan.

8/25

7. Mrs. Jones makes baby quilts for the Cozy Cuddles Club. The club donates the quilts to the shelter. Last year she made 3 quilts each month. How many quilts did she make in the whole year?

36 quilts

8. Mrs. White used an equal number of apples in each of 6 pies. She used 36 apples in all. How many apples did she use in each pie?

6 apples

9. Safety pins are put in packages of 18 pins each. How many packages will 252 pins fill?

14 packages

10. There are 129 people signed up for a pie-making class. They will be divided into groups. Each group will have 12 people. About how many groups will be formed?

11 groups

11. Students in Mr. Miller's cooking class were given 2 1/2 hours to make their fritters. How many minutes is this?

150 minutes

12. Mrs. Thompson has 8 boxes of cookie cutters. Each box has 4 cookie cutters. She wants to put them on shelves in her store. Each shelf can display 14 cookie cutters. How many shelves does she need for her cookie cutters?

3 shelves

Date ___________________

1. "Yuck!" Connor said. "This is disgusting." He was looking for something to eat and had found some that looked like green and blue jelly with fuzzy hair in the back of the refrigerator. "I guess it's time to clean out the refrigerator. I think I'll do it and surprise Mom when she gets home," he thought. He started working on it right after his favorite TV show was over at 2:30 p.m. It was a bigger job than he thought but he finished up just as his mother drove into the garage two and five-twelfths hours later. What time did he finish cleaning the refrigerator?

2. Matthew volunteered to clean out the refrigerator at his house. While he was cleaning, he was snacking on the things he liked. He ate two slices of cold pizza, three apples, a slice of cheese, four bananas, a slice of chocolate cake, and a piece of fudge left over from last Christmas. He was so sick! He didn't eat dinner that night or breakfast or lunch the next day. When he got on the scale, he weighed ninety-six and a half pounds. He had only weighed ninety-two and three-fourths pounds the day before. How many pounds did he gain from eating all the stuff from the refrigerator?

3. Sean baked a pan of brownies every third day in December. If he baked the first pan of brownies on December 6, on what date will he bake the fourth pan of brownies?

4. Thomas bought a book about Pearl Harbor. The book cost $9.19 with tax. He gave the clerk a $20 bill. How much change did he get?

5. Samantha's mother decided to buy a smoked turkey instead of roasting a turkey herself. That would mean she had less to do and could enjoy the big holiday meal more. The price of the smoked turkey was $23.83. If Samantha's mother had $83.71 before paying for the turkey, how much money does she have left?

6. Which unit of measure would be the most appropriate to determine the amount of flour needed to make a dozen cookies?

a) cups

b) inches

c) miles

d) tons

7. Mackenzie is selling cotton candy at the fair. The price for a bag of cotton candy is either $1.38 or $1.39. The price is divisible by 3. What is the price of a bag of cotton candy?

8. Nicole likes to read poems by Emily Dickinson. Last night she read from 7:34 p.m. until 9:04 p.m. How long did she read?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10499055)

1. "Yuck!" Connor said. "This is disgusting." He was looking for something to eat and had found some that looked like green and blue jelly with fuzzy hair in the back of the refrigerator. "I guess it's time to clean out the refrigerator. I think I'll do it and surprise Mom when she gets home," he thought. He started working on it right after his favorite TV show was over at 2:30 p.m. It was a bigger job than he thought but he finished up just as his mother drove into the garage two and five-twelfths hours later. What time did he finish cleaning the refrigerator?

4:55 p.m.

2. Matthew volunteered to clean out the refrigerator at his house. While he was cleaning, he was snacking on the things he liked. He ate two slices of cold pizza, three apples, a slice of cheese, four bananas, a slice of chocolate cake, and a piece of fudge left over from last Christmas. He was so sick! He didn't eat dinner that night or breakfast or lunch the next day. When he got on the scale, he weighed ninety-six and a half pounds. He had only weighed ninety-two and three-fourths pounds the day before. How many pounds did he gain from eating all the stuff from the refrigerator?

3 3/4 pounds

3. Sean baked a pan of brownies every third day in December. If he baked the first pan of brownies on December 6, on what date will he bake the fourth pan of brownies?

December 15

4. Thomas bought a book about Pearl Harbor. The book cost $9.19 with tax. He gave the clerk a $20 bill. How much change did he get?

$10.81

5. Samantha's mother decided to buy a smoked turkey instead of roasting a turkey herself. That would mean she had less to do and could enjoy the big holiday meal more. The price of the smoked turkey was $23.83. If Samantha's mother had $83.71 before paying for the turkey, how much money does she have left?

$59.88

6. Which unit of measure would be the most appropriate to determine the amount of flour needed to make a dozen cookies?

a) cups

b) inches

c) miles

d) tons

a) cups

7. Mackenzie is selling cotton candy at the fair. The price for a bag of cotton candy is either $1.38 or $1.39. The price is divisible by 3. What is the price of a bag of cotton candy?

$1.38

8. Nicole likes to read poems by Emily Dickinson. Last night she read from 7:34 p.m. until 9:04 p.m. How long did she read?

1 hour and 30 minutes

Date ___________________

1. A new pastry shop opened in St. Augustine. Mrs. Lewis liked to go there for a cup of flavored coffee and a special pastry before she went to work. Tuesday she made her usual stop at the pastry shop and had a cup of chocolate hazelnut coffee ($1.29) and a cinnamon rosette ($2.25). She paid for her coffee and pastry with a 5-dollar bill. How much change did she get?

2. Michael and his sister were discussing who could make the best pastry. Each of them decided to make a favorite pastry and let their parents decide. Michael made pecan tarts. His sister baked a lemon truffle pie. Michael spent $8.20 on the ingredients for his tarts. His sister spent $5.97 on the ingredients for her lemon truffle pie. How much more did Michael spend than his sister?

3. Jessica baked an apple pie for her family for dinner. She cut the pie into eight pieces. Her father ate one-fourth of the pie, her mother ate one-eighth of the pie, her older brother ate three pieces of pie, and Jessica ate the rest. How many pieces of pie did Jessica eat?

4. Joseph worked in the school library for thirty minutes each day. He put books back on the shelves. On Monday there were one hundred forty-nine books to put back. He put back forty-five books. How many books are left for him to put on the shelves?

5. Which temperature is the better estimate for baking a pan of brownies?

a) 350 degrees Fahrenheit

b) 35 degrees Fahrenheit

6. The poinsettia is Jordan's favorite holiday plant. She bought four pots of poinsettias at$14.91 each to decorate her house. How much did she pay in all for the poinsettias?

7. On Beethoven's birthday 3,456 came to Carnegie Hall to listen to his music. Which inequality correctly expresses the number of people at the concert?

a) n = 3500

b) n > 3500

c) n < 3500

8. To celebrate Read a Book Month the Mountain Springs town library is giving a bookmark to everyone who reads at least five books during December. The bookmarks cost nine cents each. The library decided to buy 400 bookmarks. How much did the bookmarks cost in all?

9. Juan Pablo went to visit his grandmother on Guadalupe Day. It was 13 degrees when he left home. When he arrived back home, the temperature was -7 degrees. What was the change in temperature?

10. Mr. Anderson bought three red poinsettias, eight white poinsettias, and five pink poinsettias. What is the ratio of red poinsettias to the total number of poinsettias?

1. A new pastry shop opened in St. Augustine. Mrs. Lewis liked to go there for a cup of flavored coffee and a special pastry before she went to work. Tuesday she made her usual stop at the pastry shop and had a cup of chocolate hazelnut coffee ($1.29) and a cinnamon rosette ($2.25). She paid for her coffee and pastry with a 5-dollar bill. How much change did she get?

$1.46

2. Michael and his sister were discussing who could make the best pastry. Each of them decided to make a favorite pastry and let their parents decide. Michael made pecan tarts. His sister baked a lemon truffle pie. Michael spent $8.20 on the ingredients for his tarts. His sister spent $5.97 on the ingredients for her lemon truffle pie. How much more did Michael spend than his sister?

$2.23

3. Jessica baked an apple pie for her family for dinner. She cut the pie into eight pieces. Her father ate one-fourth of the pie, her mother ate one-eighth of the pie, her older brother ate three pieces of pie, and Jessica ate the rest. How many pieces of pie did Jessica eat?

2 slices

4. Joseph worked in the school library for thirty minutes each day. He put books back on the shelves. On Monday there were one hundred forty-nine books to put back. He put back forty-five books. How many books are left for him to put on the shelves?

104 books

5. Which temperature is the better estimate for baking a pan of brownies?

a) 350 degrees Fahrenheit

b) 35 degrees Fahrenheit

a) 350 degrees Fahrenheit

6. The poinsettia is Jordan's favorite holiday plant. She bought four pots of poinsettias at$14.91 each to decorate her house. How much did she pay in all for the poinsettias?

$59.64

7. On Beethoven's birthday 3,456 came to Carnegie Hall to listen to his music. Which inequality correctly expresses the number of people at the concert?

a) n = 3500

b) n > 3500

c) n < 3500

c) n < 3500

8. To celebrate Read a Book Month the Mountain Springs town library is giving a bookmark to everyone who reads at least five books during December. The bookmarks cost nine cents each. The library decided to buy 400 bookmarks. How much did the bookmarks cost in all?

$36

9. Juan Pablo went to visit his grandmother on Guadalupe Day. It was 13 degrees when he left home. When he arrived back home, the temperature was -7 degrees. What was the change in temperature?

20 degrees

10. Mr. Anderson bought three red poinsettias, eight white poinsettias, and five pink poinsettias. What is the ratio of red poinsettias to the total number of poinsettias?

3 to 16

11. Mrs. Smith has to calculate the number of students in her class so she could make sure that she has enough reading books in her crate. There are four rows of chairs with eight chairs in each row in the classroom. There are five empty chairs. How many students does Mrs. Smith have in her class?

12. When Luis's great grandfather immigrated to the United States, he traveled to Wisconsin and bought a small farm and two cows. Now he owns the biggest dairy farm in the region. When he started out his farm was only five acres (43,560 square feet). Now he owns1,091 acres of beautiful pastureland. How many square feet of pastureland does he own now? grade 5

Date ___________________

1. Ms. Smith's class is making beaded safety pin necklaces. She brought 561 safety pins. There are 25 students in the class. About how many safety pins will each student get?

2. Kevin made 93, 88, 73, and 75 on his math tests. What was his average test score? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

3. Miss Lewis made 12 blueberry fritters. She gave 2 to Matthew and 5 to Justin. Write a fraction to describe the fraction of the fritters that are left.

4. There are 164 people signed up for a pie-making class. They will be divided into groups. Each group will have 13 people. About how many groups will be formed?

5. There is only 0.45 of the lemon cream pie left in the pan. Write as a fraction the amount of pie left in the pan.

6. Students in Mr. Anderson's cooking class were given 2 3/5 hours to make their fritters. How many minutes is this?

7. Ethan counted the TV dinners in the display case. One-sixth of the dinners were fried chicken. If 2 of the dinners are fried chicken, how many TV dinners are in the display case?

8. Mrs. Allen has 8 boxes of cookie cutters. Each box has 5 cookie cutters. She wants to put them on shelves in her store. Each shelf can display 10 cookie cutters. How many shelves does she need for her cookie cutters?

9. The recipes for three different kinds of pie call for 3/4 of a cup of sugar, 1/8 of a cup of sugar and 2/5 of a cup of sugar. Write the fractions in order from the greatest amount to the least amount.

10. The restaurant made 3,200 milliliters of coffee, 4,500 milliliters of tea, and 1,100 milliliters of lemonade to serve on Fritter Frenzy day in the park. How many liters of beverage did the restaurant make?

11. Straight pins are packed in boxes of 100 each. How many boxes can be filled with 346pins? Write the answer as a mixed number.

12. Victoria made 10 cherry pies for the school Pie Day sale. Five of the pies were sold. What fraction of the cherry pies were sold? Write the fraction in simplest form.

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10699807)

1. Ms. Smith's class is making beaded safety pin necklaces. She brought 561 safety pins. There are 25 students in the class. About how many safety pins will each student get?

22 safety pins

2. Kevin made 93, 88, 73, and 75 on his math tests. What was his average test score? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

82.3

3. Miss Lewis made 12 blueberry fritters. She gave 2 to Matthew and 5 to Justin. Write a fraction to describe the fraction of the fritters that are left.

1 - 1/6 - 5/12 = 5/12 (fritters)

4. There are 164 people signed up for a pie-making class. They will be divided into groups. Each group will have 13 people. About how many groups will be formed?

13 groups

5. There is only 0.45 of the lemon cream pie left in the pan. Write as a fraction the amount of pie left in the pan.

9/20

6. Students in Mr. Anderson's cooking class were given 2 3/5 hours to make their fritters. How many minutes is this?

156 minutes

7. Ethan counted the TV dinners in the display case. One-sixth of the dinners were fried chicken. If 2 of the dinners are fried chicken, how many TV dinners are in the display case?

12 TV dinners

8. Mrs. Allen has 8 boxes of cookie cutters. Each box has 5 cookie cutters. She wants to put them on shelves in her store. Each shelf can display 10 cookie cutters. How many shelves does she need for her cookie cutters?

4 shelves

9. The recipes for three different kinds of pie call for 3/4 of a cup of sugar, 1/8 of a cup of sugar and 2/5 of a cup of sugar. Write the fractions in order from the greatest amount to the least amount.

3

4

, 2

5

, 1

8

10. The restaurant made 3,200 milliliters of coffee, 4,500 milliliters of tea, and 1,100 milliliters of lemonade to serve on Fritter Frenzy day in the park. How many liters of beverage did the restaurant make?

8.8 liters

11. Straight pins are packed in boxes of 100 each. How many boxes can be filled with 346pins? Write the answer as a mixed number.

3 23/50

12. Victoria made 10 cherry pies for the school Pie Day sale. Five of the pies were sold. What fraction of the cherry pies were sold? Write the fraction in simplest form.

1/2

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10633752)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

1. Savannah needs 1/3 of a sheet of red paper to make one sign for St. Nicholas Day and 4/5of a sheet of red paper to make another sign. How much of the sheet of red paper is she using in all?

2. The fifth grade class baked eleven dozen brownies for the bake sale. Each brownie was a two inch square. They put four brownies in each package. What was the total area of the four brownies?

3. Nicole's team decided to make her Aunt Mary's brownies for the brownie taste test. Aunt Mary gave them the recipe, but it was for eighteen dozen brownies! (Aunt Mary had gotten the recipe when she was a cook in the Army!) The recipe called for eleven and one-fourthcups of chocolate chips. Nicole's team is only going to make one dozen brownies. What measurement of chocolate chips will the team need?

4. The Chess Club made brownies for the Winter Carnival. Isaac said they should sell the brownies by the ounce because they could never cut the brownies all the same size. To prove his point, he asked five of the members of the club to cut a brownie exactly to be two inches by two inches. Then he weighed each brownie. The five brownies weighed four ounces, 3.8 ounces, 4.7 ounces, 3.9 ounces, and two ounces. What was the total weight of the five brownies?

5. The sixth grade classes are having a "Bake-Off" in the high school home economics kitchens. For National Brownie Day, they are working in teams of five to see which team can bake the best brownies. The cafeteria manager, a chef from Meriweather's Restaurant, and the home economics teacher, will judge the brownies. 45 students participated. Each team made one dozen brownies. How many brownies were made on National Brownie Day?

6. Rachel went on a brownie diet. She said she knew it would work because she would only have one brownie for breakfast, one brownie for lunch, and two brownies for dinner. That wouldn't be much food, would it? Of course, she didn't realize that her favorite raspberry cheesecake brownies only had eight hundred forty-one calories in each brownie! If Rachel ate four of her favorite brownies each day for a week (seven days), how many calories would she consume? Do you think Rachel's brownie diet is a healthy way to lose weight?

7. Tyler and Megan ordered a dozen brownies. Tyler ate 1/3 of the brownies. Megan ate 1/6of the brownies. How many brownies are left?

8. The first bomb hit the USS Arizona at 7:53 a.m., December 7, 1941. The attack was over at 9:55 a.m. How long did the attack on Pearl Harbor last?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10633752)

1. Savannah needs 1/3 of a sheet of red paper to make one sign for St. Nicholas Day and 4/5of a sheet of red paper to make another sign. How much of the sheet of red paper is she using in all?

1 2/15 of a sheet of red paper

2. The fifth grade class baked eleven dozen brownies for the bake sale. Each brownie was a two inch square. They put four brownies in each package. What was the total area of the four brownies?

16 square inches

3. Nicole's team decided to make her Aunt Mary's brownies for the brownie taste test. Aunt Mary gave them the recipe, but it was for eighteen dozen brownies! (Aunt Mary had gotten the recipe when she was a cook in the Army!) The recipe called for eleven and one-fourthcups of chocolate chips. Nicole's team is only going to make one dozen brownies. What measurement of chocolate chips will the team need?

5/8 cups

4. The Chess Club made brownies for the Winter Carnival. Isaac said they should sell the brownies by the ounce because they could never cut the brownies all the same size. To prove his point, he asked five of the members of the club to cut a brownie exactly to be two inches by two inches. Then he weighed each brownie. The five brownies weighed four ounces, 3.8 ounces, 4.7 ounces, 3.9 ounces, and two ounces. What was the total weight of the five brownies?

18.4 ounces

5. The sixth grade classes are having a "Bake-Off" in the high school home economics kitchens. For National Brownie Day, they are working in teams of five to see which team can bake the best brownies. The cafeteria manager, a chef from Meriweather's Restaurant, and the home economics teacher, will judge the brownies. 45 students participated. Each team made one dozen brownies. How many brownies were made on National Brownie Day?

108 brownies

6. Rachel went on a brownie diet. She said she knew it would work because she would only have one brownie for breakfast, one brownie for lunch, and two brownies for dinner. That wouldn't be much food, would it? Of course, she didn't realize that her favorite raspberry cheesecake brownies only had eight hundred forty-one calories in each brownie! If Rachel ate four of her favorite brownies each day for a week (seven days), how many calories would she consume? Do you think Rachel's brownie diet is a healthy way to lose weight?

23548 calories

7. Tyler and Megan ordered a dozen brownies. Tyler ate 1/3 of the brownies. Megan ate 1/6of the brownies. How many brownies are left?

6 brownies

8. The first bomb hit the USS Arizona at 7:53 a.m., December 7, 1941. The attack was over at 9:55 a.m. How long did the attack on Pearl Harbor last?

2 hours and 2 minutes

Date ___________________

1. David rides his horse 30 minutes every morning and 90 minutes every afternoon. If he rides every day for 15 days, how many minutes will he ride?

2. Lauren bought 12 green bows to put in her horse's mane for the parade. Each bow cost$1.91. How much did Lauren spend on the bows?

3. There were 312 people at the horse show. Each person paid 6 dollars for a ticket. Write an equation to show how much was paid for all 312 tickets. Solve.

4. Jordan bought 13 tickets to the state fair. He and his friends wanted to watch the horse judging. Each ticket cost $15.75. How much did he spend?

5. Julia works at Flower Fairy Florist. This week she is putting ribbons on the pots of poinsettias. She worked 1 1/2 hours on Monday, 2 2/3 hours on Tuesday, and 3 1/3 hours on Wednesday. How many hours did she work this week?

6. Mr. Jackson bought a western saddle for his horse at a cost of $317.82. He also bought 12silver conchos for $3.82 each and a pair of stirrups for $99.84. How much did he spend in all?

7. A 9-inch gingerbread pan holds 5 3/4 cups of batter. Abigail has 7 7/8 cups of batter. How much batter will be left after she fills the 9-inch pan?

8. Amber used a 15 in x 9 in baking pan for her cookies. Jessica used a 12 in x 7 in baking pan. What is the difference in the perimeters of the two pans?

9. A cookie recipe calls for 1/4 cup of granulated sugar and 1/2 cup of powdered sugar. If Thomas doubles the recipe, what is the total number of cups of granulated sugar and powdered sugar he will need?

10. Ms. Clark planned to show her horse in a show in England. The entry fee was 100.53pounds sterling. The equation for changing pounds sterling to U.S. dollars is D = 1.82P. What is the entry fee in U.S. dollars? (Round off your answer to the nearest cent.)

11. Aaron made a bulletin board display for Beethoven's birthday. He worked on it 1 1/4hours on Thursday and 1 2/3 hours on Friday. How many minutes did he work on it in all?

12. Juan Pablo went to visit his grandmother on Guadalupe Day. It was 12 degrees when he left home. When he arrived back home, the temperature was -10 degrees. What was the change in temperature?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10934951)

1. David rides his horse 30 minutes every morning and 90 minutes every afternoon. If he rides every day for 15 days, how many minutes will he ride?

1800 minutes

2. Lauren bought 12 green bows to put in her horse's mane for the parade. Each bow cost$1.91. How much did Lauren spend on the bows?

$22.92

3. There were 312 people at the horse show. Each person paid 6 dollars for a ticket. Write an equation to show how much was paid for all 312 tickets. Solve.

312 x 6 = 1872 dollars

4. Jordan bought 13 tickets to the state fair. He and his friends wanted to watch the horse judging. Each ticket cost $15.75. How much did he spend?

$204.75

5. Julia works at Flower Fairy Florist. This week she is putting ribbons on the pots of poinsettias. She worked 1 1/2 hours on Monday, 2 2/3 hours on Tuesday, and 3 1/3 hours on Wednesday. How many hours did she work this week?

7 1/2 hours

6. Mr. Jackson bought a western saddle for his horse at a cost of $317.82. He also bought 12silver conchos for $3.82 each and a pair of stirrups for $99.84. How much did he spend in all?

$463.50

7. A 9-inch gingerbread pan holds 5 3/4 cups of batter. Abigail has 7 7/8 cups of batter. How much batter will be left after she fills the 9-inch pan?

2 1/8 cups

8. Amber used a 15 in x 9 in baking pan for her cookies. Jessica used a 12 in x 7 in baking pan. What is the difference in the perimeters of the two pans?

10 inches

9. A cookie recipe calls for 1/4 cup of granulated sugar and 1/2 cup of powdered sugar. If Thomas doubles the recipe, what is the total number of cups of granulated sugar and powdered sugar he will need?

3/4 cups

10. Ms. Clark planned to show her horse in a show in England. The entry fee was 100.53pounds sterling. The equation for changing pounds sterling to U.S. dollars is D = 1.82P. What is the entry fee in U.S. dollars? (Round off your answer to the nearest cent.)

$182.96

11. Aaron made a bulletin board display for Beethoven's birthday. He worked on it 1 1/4hours on Thursday and 1 2/3 hours on Friday. How many minutes did he work on it in all?

175 minutes

12. Juan Pablo went to visit his grandmother on Guadalupe Day. It was 12 degrees when he left home. When he arrived back home, the temperature was -10 degrees. What was the change in temperature?

22 degrees

Mixed Review

Solve for the unknown value in each equation.

1. 9,563 ÷ y = 131

2. n ÷ 20 = 3,219

3. 88x = 65,472

4. 5,785 ÷ t = 89

5. y ÷ 17 = 292

6. 92x = 21,620

7. 73t = 56,648

8. n ÷ 29 = 220

9. n ÷ 69 = 281

10. 1,927 ÷ x = 47

11. 18y = 9,630

12. 8,232 ÷ t = 294

Create a proportion from each set of numbers. Only use 4 numbers from each set of numbers.

13. 45, 16, 12, 11, 33, 4

14. 5, 25, 48, 56, 5, 1

15. 44, 9, 4, 33, 32, 3

16. 18, 30, 1, 10, 3, 22

17. 54, 20, 8, 45, 18, 58

18. 48, 32, 8, 18, 12, 3

Complete.

19. 8,217

x 35

________________________________________

20. 20,653

x 12

________________________________________

21. 2,876

x 21

________________________________________

22. 3,643

x 33

________________________________________

23. 54,708

x 10

________________________________________

24. 73,121

x 32

________________________________________

25. 91,040

x 18

________________________________________

26. 38,611

x 82

________________________________________

Key #2

Complete.

27. 95.41

x 2

________________________________________

28. 38.1

x 6

________________________________________

29. 45.5

x 80

________________________________________

30. 7.61

x 85

________________________________________

31. 77.1

x 4

________________________________________

32. 1.04

x 7

________________________________________

33. 6.4

x 4

________________________________________

34. 27.1

x 77

________________________________________

35. 1.8

x 3

________________________________________

36. 94.2

x 2

________________________________________

Write the coordinates for each point.

37. V _______

H _______

F _______

R _______

N _______

38. L _______

F _______

U _______

H _______

C _______

Write the value of .

39. 7 hundreds + ten + 3 ones = 713

40. + 20 + 6 = 726

41. 60,000 + 3,000 + + 70 + 2 = 63,272

42. 7 hundred thousands 9 ten thousands 5 thousands 7 hundreds 3 tens ones = 795,736

Grade 6

_____________ Date ___________________

1. Connor used 41 pounds of apples to make apple pies for the Pie Day sale. How many ounces of apples did he use?

2. There is only 0.35 of the lemon cream pie left in the pan. Write as a fraction the amount of pie left in the pan.

3. It took the Frost-Free Company 85 days to make enough TV dinners to supply the Marks Grocery Stores. How many weeks did it take the company to make the TV dinners?

4. The W32.Envid worm discovered on November 13 has an infection length of 36,864bytes. There are 1024 bytes in one kilobyte. Write the infection length of the worm in kilobytes.

5. Olivia weighs 146 pounds. What is her weight in kilograms? Write the answer to the nearest 0.1 kilogram. (Use the conversion: 1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds)

6. Straight pins are packed in boxes of 100 each. How many boxes can be filled with 338pins? Write the answer as a mixed number.

7. The AZX Bottling Company bottled 3,600 2-liter bottles of Zest cola. How many kiloliters of cola did the company bottle?

8. One kilobyte of data is about 2/3 page of text. In the late 1970's, a 5-1/4 inch floppy disk held about 150 kilobytes. About how many pages of text could five 5-1/4 disks hold?

9. The restaurant made 3,100 milliliters of coffee, 4,300 milliliters of tea, and 1,100 milliliters of lemonade to serve on Fritter Frenzy day in the park. How many liters of beverage did the restaurant make?

10. Anthony bought a commercial antivirus software package for $49.95 plus 6% sales tax. After a 10-day trial period, he returned it to the store and received a refund of 50% of his cost (including tax). How much money did he get back?

11. Mr. and Mrs. Miller took their daughter's soccer team to the ice cream shop and bought parfaits for each of them. Some chose pineapple, some chose strawberry, some chose chocolate, and others chose banana. When Mr. Miller paid for the parfaits he included an eighteen percent tip for the man who made the parfaits. If the cost of the parfaits was$33.04, what was the total amount Mr. Miller paid?

12. Jennifer downloaded a shareware program from the Internet. A Trojan horse virus hiding in the program infected her computer. The computer tech that removed the virus and recovered her data charges $100 for the first hour and $30 for each additional 1/2 hour. He worked on Jennifer's computer for 2 hours. What was his charge?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10882384)

1. Connor used 41 pounds of apples to make apple pies for the Pie Day sale. How many ounces of apples did he use?

2 pounds 9 ounces

2. There is only 0.35 of the lemon cream pie left in the pan. Write as a fraction the amount of pie left in the pan.

7/20

3. It took the Frost-Free Company 85 days to make enough TV dinners to supply the Marks Grocery Stores. How many weeks did it take the company to make the TV dinners?

12.1 weeks

4. The W32.Envid worm discovered on November 13 has an infection length of 36,864bytes. There are 1024 bytes in one kilobyte. Write the infection length of the worm in kilobytes.

36 kilobytes

5. Olivia weighs 146 pounds. What is her weight in kilograms? Write the answer to the nearest 0.1 kilogram. (Use the conversion: 1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds)

66.4 kilograms

6. Straight pins are packed in boxes of 100 each. How many boxes can be filled with 338pins? Write the answer as a mixed number.

3 19/50

7. The AZX Bottling Company bottled 3,600 2-liter bottles of Zest cola. How many kiloliters of cola did the company bottle?

7.2 kiloliters

8. One kilobyte of data is about 2/3 page of text. In the late 1970's, a 5-1/4 inch floppy disk held about 150 kilobytes. About how many pages of text could five 5-1/4 disks hold?

500 pages

9. The restaurant made 3,100 milliliters of coffee, 4,300 milliliters of tea, and 1,100 milliliters of lemonade to serve on Fritter Frenzy day in the park. How many liters of beverage did the restaurant make?

8.5 liters

10. Anthony bought a commercial antivirus software package for $49.95 plus 6% sales tax. After a 10-day trial period, he returned it to the store and received a refund of 50% of his cost (including tax). How much money did he get back?

$26.47

11. Mr. and Mrs. Miller took their daughter's soccer team to the ice cream shop and bought parfaits for each of them. Some chose pineapple, some chose strawberry, some chose chocolate, and others chose banana. When Mr. Miller paid for the parfaits he included an eighteen percent tip for the man who made the parfaits. If the cost of the parfaits was$33.04, what was the total amount Mr. Miller paid?

$38.99

12. Jennifer downloaded a shareware program from the Internet. A Trojan horse virus hiding in the program infected her computer. The computer tech that removed the virus and recovered her data charges $100 for the first hour and $30 for each additional 1/2 hour. He worked on Jennifer's computer for 2 hours. What was his charge?

$160

Date ___________________

1. It took Hannah 434 minutes to read a book written by James Thurber. How many hours did it take to read the book?

2. The first bomb hit the USS Arizona at 7:53 a.m., December 7, 1941. The attack was over at 9:55 a.m. How long did the attack on Pearl Harbor last?

3. Kaylee made her favorite punch for the St. Nicholas Day celebration. She mixed 2,500milliliters of soda, 800 milliliters of pineapple juice, and 1,800 milliliters of orange juice. How many liters of punch did she make?

4. The W32.Envid worm discovered on November 13 has an infection length of 36,864bytes. There are 1024 bytes in one kilobyte. Write the infection length of the worm in kilobytes.

5. Sean had 5 books in his backpack. When the backpack is empty, its mass is 1,500 g. With the books in it, the total mass is 9,550 g. What is the mass of the books?

6. Jasmine needs 1/3 of a sheet of red paper to make one sign for St. Nicholas Day and 4/5 of a sheet of red paper to make another sign. How much of the sheet of red paper is she using in all?

7. By the end of her first day of reading, Morgan had read 1/5 of her book. By the end of the second day, she had read another 27 pages. There are 165 pages in the book. How many pages did she have to read after the second day to finish the book?

8. Ethan wrote a report on Pearl Harbor Day. He found 1/8 of the information in a book about World War II. He found 1/2 of the information on the Internet. His grandfather, a Pearl Harbor veteran, told him the rest. How much of the information did his grandfather supply?

9. According to the Modern Language Association, there are 1,643,838 speakers of French in the United States, including those who speak only the Cajun or Patois dialects. If 90% speak no Cajun or Patois, how many people speak one or both of the dialects?

10. On Grace's birthday she received a check from her grandmother for $140. Because she loved Walt Disney's animated films so much, she decided to spend the check buying some of them on DVDs. If each DVD cost $22.95 plus 7% sales tax, how many DVDs could she buy? How much money would she have left over?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10166229)

1. It took Hannah 434 minutes to read a book written by James Thurber. How many hours did it take to read the book?

7 hours and 14 minutes

2. The first bomb hit the USS Arizona at 7:53 a.m., December 7, 1941. The attack was over at 9:55 a.m. How long did the attack on Pearl Harbor last?

2 hours and 2 minutes

3. Kaylee made her favorite punch for the St. Nicholas Day celebration. She mixed 2,500milliliters of soda, 800 milliliters of pineapple juice, and 1,800 milliliters of orange juice. How many liters of punch did she make?

5.1 liters

4. The W32.Envid worm discovered on November 13 has an infection length of 36,864bytes. There are 1024 bytes in one kilobyte. Write the infection length of the worm in kilobytes.

36 kilobytes

5. Sean had 5 books in his backpack. When the backpack is empty, its mass is 1,500 g. With the books in it, the total mass is 9,550 g. What is the mass of the books?

8050 g

6. Jasmine needs 1/3 of a sheet of red paper to make one sign for St. Nicholas Day and 4/5 of a sheet of red paper to make another sign. How much of the sheet of red paper is she using in all?

1 2/15 of a sheet of red paper

7. By the end of her first day of reading, Morgan had read 1/5 of her book. By the end of the second day, she had read another 27 pages. There are 165 pages in the book. How many pages did she have to read after the second day to finish the book?

105 pages

8. Ethan wrote a report on Pearl Harbor Day. He found 1/8 of the information in a book about World War II. He found 1/2 of the information on the Internet. His grandfather, a Pearl Harbor veteran, told him the rest. How much of the information did his grandfather supply?

3/8 of the information

9. According to the Modern Language Association, there are 1,643,838 speakers of French in the United States, including those who speak only the Cajun or Patois dialects. If 90% speak no Cajun or Patois, how many people speak one or both of the dialects?

164384 people

10. On Grace's birthday she received a check from her grandmother for $140. Because she loved Walt Disney's animated films so much, she decided to spend the check buying some of them on DVDs. If each DVD cost $22.95 plus 7% sales tax, how many DVDs could she buy? How much money would she have left over?

a) 5

b) $17.20

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

1. It takes 0.75 yards of silk to make 2 ties. How many yards of silk does it take to make 750ties?

2. Mr. Jones bought 3 ties at $26.20 each and 6 pairs of socks at $12.99 per pair. How much did he spend?

3. Steven is making a fence of sugar cubes for his gingerbread house. The lengths of the sides of the fence are 6 2/3 in, 8 1/2 in, 8 3/4 in, and 6 2/3 in. He needs to find the perimeter so he will know how many sugar cubes he needs for the fence. What is the perimeter?

4. Mr. Smith is getting married soon. He is buying ties and tie tacks for his groomsmen. The ties cost $40.68 each, and a tie tack costs $78. The store will wrap the packages for $4.75each. He will have 6 groomsmen. How much will he spend on the gifts?

5. Mrs. Brown planted her poinsettias in a circular planter after Christmas last year. The radius of the planter is 8.3 in. What is the circumference of the planter? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

6. A cookie recipe calls for 3/4 cup of granulated sugar and 1/2 cup of powdered sugar. If Justin doubles the recipe, what is the total number of cups of granulated sugar and powdered sugar he will need?

7. The length of the gingerbread house is 2 cm more than 3 times the width. What is the perimeter of the house if the width is 29 cm?

8. Mrs. Miller worked 28.5 hours at the tie factory last week. Brian worked 1.2 times as long as Mrs. Miller. How long did Brian work?

9. Kylie used a 15 in x 9 in baking pan for her cookies. Amber used a 12 in x 7 in baking pan. What is the difference in the perimeters of the two pans?

10. It takes the new cutter machine only 0.8 minutes to cut the fabric for a tie. How long will it take the machine to cut the fabric for 750 ties?

11. The poinsettias at the nursery were kept in a greenhouse with a length that was 3 ft more than 4 times the width. What was the perimeter of the greenhouse if the length was 83 feet?

12. A 9-inch gingerbread pan holds 5 3/4 cups of batter. Sierra has 7 7/8 cups of batter. How much batter will be left after she fills the 9-inch pan?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 11088943)

1. It takes 0.75 yards of silk to make 2 ties. How many yards of silk does it take to make 750ties?

281.25 yards

2. Mr. Jones bought 3 ties at $26.20 each and 6 pairs of socks at $12.99 per pair. How much did he spend?

$156.54

3. Steven is making a fence of sugar cubes for his gingerbread house. The lengths of the sides of the fence are 6 2/3 in, 8 1/2 in, 8 3/4 in, and 6 2/3 in. He needs to find the perimeter so he will know how many sugar cubes he needs for the fence. What is the perimeter?

30 7/12 inches

4. Mr. Smith is getting married soon. He is buying ties and tie tacks for his groomsmen. The ties cost $40.68 each, and a tie tack costs $78. The store will wrap the packages for $4.75each. He will have 6 groomsmen. How much will he spend on the gifts?

$740.58

5. Mrs. Brown planted her poinsettias in a circular planter after Christmas last year. The radius of the planter is 8.3 in. What is the circumference of the planter? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

52.12 inches

6. A cookie recipe calls for 3/4 cup of granulated sugar and 1/2 cup of powdered sugar. If Justin doubles the recipe, what is the total number of cups of granulated sugar and powdered sugar he will need?

1 1/4 cups

7. The length of the gingerbread house is 2 cm more than 3 times the width. What is the perimeter of the house if the width is 29 cm?

89 cm

8. Mrs. Miller worked 28.5 hours at the tie factory last week. Brian worked 1.2 times as long as Mrs. Miller. How long did Brian work?

34.2 hours

9. Kylie used a 15 in x 9 in baking pan for her cookies. Amber used a 12 in x 7 in baking pan. What is the difference in the perimeters of the two pans?

10 inches

10. It takes the new cutter machine only 0.8 minutes to cut the fabric for a tie. How long will it take the machine to cut the fabric for 750 ties?

10 hours

11. The poinsettias at the nursery were kept in a greenhouse with a length that was 3 ft more than 4 times the width. What was the perimeter of the greenhouse if the length was 83 feet?

206 feet

12. A 9-inch gingerbread pan holds 5 3/4 cups of batter. Sierra has 7 7/8 cups of batter. How much batter will be left after she fills the 9-inch pan?

2 1/8 cups Middle school

Date ___________________

1. Ethan uses a copy card at the local copy shop to make copies of the stories he writes before he sends them to magazine editors. Yesterday he made 25 copies, and today he made 17 copies. Using the card, each copy costs $0.08. How much was the value of his copy card reduced by during the past two days?

2. Fowl Foods makes only chicken and turkey TV dinners. They put either mashed potatoes, french fries, or rice with each dinner. They also include a vegetable choice - broccoli, carrots and peas, or green beans. How many different dinners can they make?

3. Emily had some math problems to do over the weekend. She decided to divide the problems up into 2 groups and do some on Saturday and the rest on Sunday. She was not sure how long it would take to do them so she decided to do more on Saturday to allow enough time to finish the rest on Sunday. If she had 23 problems to do and each problem took an average of 4 minutes, show two different expressions that could represent how much total time she spent on Saturday and Sunday on math problems. Remember she wants to do more problems on Saturday than on Sunday.

4. Amber showed her friend Megan a handy little trick for quickly multiplying a single-digit number by a two-digit number. It involved using the distributive property to round a number to an easily multiplied number and then either adding or subtracting out the amount that was added or subtracted from the rounded number. As an example she showed her friend how to do the problem 3 x 79. Pretend you are Amber and show how to do it. You do not have to explain how to do it; use symbols (numbers and operation symbols) to show how to do it.

5. Jose multiplied 5 x 7.3 and got a result of 365. "That can't be right!" said his friend William. William is right. What mistake did Jose make, and what is the correct result?

6. Ms. Martin is packaging TV dinners. She can choose turkey, ham, or beef for the main part of the meal, and she can choose green beans, carrots, or mixed vegetables for the vegetable section. How many different dinners can she package?

7. Let z represent the cost of a widget. If you order widgets from the Universal Widget Company, you will pay z dollars per widget plus a $18 set up fee for manufacturing them. If z = $1.25, how much would you pay for an order of 120 widgets?

8. Dylan was multiplying 1.68 times some number and got a result of 1. He knew that was wrong. He must have pushed a wrong button on the calculator. What number must he have multiplied 1.68 by to obtain this incorrect result of 1?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10470889)

1. Ethan uses a copy card at the local copy shop to make copies of the stories he writes before he sends them to magazine editors. Yesterday he made 25 copies, and today he made 17 copies. Using the card, each copy costs $0.08. How much was the value of his copy card reduced by during the past two days?

$3.36

2. Fowl Foods makes only chicken and turkey TV dinners. They put either mashed potatoes, french fries, or rice with each dinner. They also include a vegetable choice - broccoli, carrots and peas, or green beans. How many different dinners can they make?

18 different dinners

3. Emily had some math problems to do over the weekend. She decided to divide the problems up into 2 groups and do some on Saturday and the rest on Sunday. She was not sure how long it would take to do them so she decided to do more on Saturday to allow enough time to finish the rest on Sunday. If she had 23 problems to do and each problem took an average of 4 minutes, show two different expressions that could represent how much total time she spent on Saturday and Sunday on math problems. Remember she wants to do more problems on Saturday than on Sunday.

Various

4. Amber showed her friend Megan a handy little trick for quickly multiplying a single-digit number by a two-digit number. It involved using the distributive property to round a number to an easily multiplied number and then either adding or subtracting out the amount that was added or subtracted from the rounded number. As an example she showed her friend how to do the problem 3 x 79. Pretend you are Amber and show how to do it. You do not have to explain how to do it; use symbols (numbers and operation symbols) to show how to do it.

3 x 79 = (3 x 80) - (3 x 1) = 240 - 3 = 237

5. Jose multiplied 5 x 7.3 and got a result of 365. "That can't be right!" said his friend William. William is right. What mistake did Jose make, and what is the correct result?

He forgot to move the decimal point over in the product. The correct answer is 36.5.

6. Ms. Martin is packaging TV dinners. She can choose turkey, ham, or beef for the main part of the meal, and she can choose green beans, carrots, or mixed vegetables for the vegetable section. How many different dinners can she package?

9 different packages

7. Let z represent the cost of a widget. If you order widgets from the Universal Widget Company, you will pay z dollars per widget plus a $18 set up fee for manufacturing them. If z = $1.25, how much would you pay for an order of 120 widgets?

$168

8. Dylan was multiplying 1.68 times some number and got a result of 1. He knew that was wrong. He must have pushed a wrong button on the calculator. What number must he have multiplied 1.68 by to obtain this incorrect result of 1?

1/1.68

Date ___________________

1. Ms. Floop purchased a 16-pound turkey at $1.66 a pound. What was the cost of the turkey?

2. What is the difference between an expression and an equation?

3. In preparation for the holiday season, Jessica purchased a box of cards to send to her friends and family. There were 10 cards in the box and the box cost $8.80. What was the price per card?

4. Katherine's recipe for apple fritters makes fifteen fritters and uses a third of a cup of milk. Katherine wants to make five fritters. How much milk will she need?

5. Mr. Bloop bought 0.86 pounds of bacon at a price of $1.74 per pound. What was the cost of the bacon he purchased?

6. A roller coaster at Walt Disney World takes only two minutes and eight seconds from launch to the end. If the average speed is twenty-three mph, approximately what is the length of the ride in feet?

7. If you are instructed to "total" a group of numbers, what are you expected to do?

8. Aaron had 5 books in his backpack. When the backpack is empty, its mass is 2,000 g. With the books in it, the total mass is 10,550 g. What is the mass of the books?

9. If a giant squid grew at a rate of 1.75 feet per month, how much would it have grown after11 months?

10. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: Kevin paid his mom back$27 of the total that he owed her, but he still owed her $101. How much did his mom loan him?

11. It has been calculated that a mako shark travels as fast as 35.2 km/h before leaping out of the water. If it could maintain 1/4 this speed underwater for 14 hours, how far could it travel?

12. Courtney made her favorite punch for the St. Nicholas Day celebration. She mixed 2,500milliliters of soda, 1,200 milliliters of pineapple juice, and 1,200 milliliters of orange juice. How many liters of punch did she make?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 11080551)

1. Ms. Floop purchased a 16-pound turkey at $1.66 a pound. What was the cost of the turkey?

$26.56

2. What is the difference between an expression and an equation?

An expression is a combination of numbers and symbols that represent some mathematical meaning. An equation is a mathematical statement showing that two things are equal. Thus, an equation must contain an equal sign (=), but an expression does not contain an equal sign.

3. In preparation for the holiday season, Jessica purchased a box of cards to send to her friends and family. There were 10 cards in the box and the box cost $8.80. What was the price per card?

$0.88

4. Katherine's recipe for apple fritters makes fifteen fritters and uses a third of a cup of milk. Katherine wants to make five fritters. How much milk will she need?

1/9 of a cup

5. Mr. Bloop bought 0.86 pounds of bacon at a price of $1.74 per pound. What was the cost of the bacon he purchased?

$1.50

6. A roller coaster at Walt Disney World takes only two minutes and eight seconds from launch to the end. If the average speed is twenty-three mph, approximately what is the length of the ride in feet?

4318 feet

7. If you are instructed to "total" a group of numbers, what are you expected to do?

To find a total means to add them all together to find the sum.

8. Aaron had 5 books in his backpack. When the backpack is empty, its mass is 2,000 g. With the books in it, the total mass is 10,550 g. What is the mass of the books?

8550 g

9. If a giant squid grew at a rate of 1.75 feet per month, how much would it have grown after11 months?

19.25 feet

10. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: Kevin paid his mom back$27 of the total that he owed her, but he still owed her $101. How much did his mom loan him?

x - 27 = 101; x = $128

11. It has been calculated that a mako shark travels as fast as 35.2 km/h before leaping out of the water. If it could maintain 1/4 this speed underwater for 14 hours, how far could it travel?

123.2 miles

12. Courtney made her favorite punch for the St. Nicholas Day celebration. She mixed 2,500milliliters of soda, 1,200 milliliters of pineapple juice, and 1,200 milliliters of orange juice. How many liters of punch did she make?

4.9 liters

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10216874)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

1. A mushroom grower made a mixture of experimental compost. The compost contained 92kg of horse manure, 80 kg of wheat straw, and two 15-lb. bags of crushed oyster shell. What was the total weight (in kilograms) of the compost mixture? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth of a kilogram. Use the formula: 1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds

2. Ms. Floop drove around town looking for her lost gerbil. She drove the first two miles of the trip at an average speed of 10 miles per hour. It was getting dark so she speeded up a bit and covered the last two miles of the trip in six minutes. What was her average speed for the second half of the trip?

3. Mr. Bloop was building a shed in his backyard. He accidentally cut a board too long. "Better than cutting it too short," he said to himself. The board was twelve and a third feet long, but he needed to make it seven inches shorter. What length will the board be after he cuts off the required amount?

4. Ms. Floop checked out 7 bottles of methyl alcohol from the chemical supply room. The cost of each bottle ($4.74) was deducted from her account balance, leaving $2,393.81 in her account. Write an equation and solve it for how much money she had in her account before she purchased the 7 bottles of methyl alcohol.

5. Matthew made some wooden blocks for a game he was designing. The blocks were pretty close to being cubes measuring 25 mm on a side. His brother, Ethan, actually measured some of the blocks to see how much alike they were. He obtained measurements of 25.3,26.4, 24, 24.3, 24.5, 23.1, 25.2, and 24 mm. What was the average side length of a block? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

6. The skirmish was over. Six people were killed and forty-four were injured. There were three hundred people involved in the skirmish. What percent of the total people involved, to the nearest whole percent, were either killed or injured?

7. Sierra glued three boards together to make a wider board that she needed for a woodworking project. The final width of the board was 40 inches. One of the boards she used was 1 ft 4 in. wide, and another was 6 inches wide. How many inches wide was the third board?

8. It takes the new cutter machine only 0.8 minutes to cut the fabric for a tie. How long will it take the machine to cut the fabric for 2,000 ties?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10216874)

1. A mushroom grower made a mixture of experimental compost. The compost contained 92kg of horse manure, 80 kg of wheat straw, and two 15-lb. bags of crushed oyster shell. What was the total weight (in kilograms) of the compost mixture? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth of a kilogram. Use the formula: 1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds

185.64 kilograms

2. Ms. Floop drove around town looking for her lost gerbil. She drove the first two miles of the trip at an average speed of 10 miles per hour. It was getting dark so she speeded up a bit and covered the last two miles of the trip in six minutes. What was her average speed for the second half of the trip?

20 mph

3. Mr. Bloop was building a shed in his backyard. He accidentally cut a board too long. "Better than cutting it too short," he said to himself. The board was twelve and a third feet long, but he needed to make it seven inches shorter. What length will the board be after he cuts off the required amount?

11 feet 9 inches

4. Ms. Floop checked out 7 bottles of methyl alcohol from the chemical supply room. The cost of each bottle ($4.74) was deducted from her account balance, leaving $2,393.81 in her account. Write an equation and solve it for how much money she had in her account before she purchased the 7 bottles of methyl alcohol.

B = $2393.81 + 7($4.74) = $2426.99

5. Matthew made some wooden blocks for a game he was designing. The blocks were pretty close to being cubes measuring 25 mm on a side. His brother, Ethan, actually measured some of the blocks to see how much alike they were. He obtained measurements of 25.3,26.4, 24, 24.3, 24.5, 23.1, 25.2, and 24 mm. What was the average side length of a block? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

24.6 mm

6. The skirmish was over. Six people were killed and forty-four were injured. There were three hundred people involved in the skirmish. What percent of the total people involved, to the nearest whole percent, were either killed or injured?

17 %

7. Sierra glued three boards together to make a wider board that she needed for a woodworking project. The final width of the board was 40 inches. One of the boards she used was 1 ft 4 in. wide, and another was 6 inches wide. How many inches wide was the third board?

18 inches

8. It takes the new cutter machine only 0.8 minutes to cut the fabric for a tie. How long will it take the machine to cut the fabric for 2,000 ties?

26 hours and 40 minutes

____________________________ Date ___________________

1. Jordan was multiplying 0.54 times some number and got a result of 1. He knew that was wrong. He must have pushed a wrong button on the calculator. What number must he have multiplied 0.54 by to obtain this incorrect result of 1?

2. If you rotate the point (-8, -8) 120 about the origin, in what quadrant will the transformed point be located?

3. There are 12 four-square courts at Bigtown Middle School. Each court is made of 4congruent squares. Write two expressions that represent the total number of squares needed to make the 12 four-square courts.

4. Rebecca purchased some old barn wood at a country auction. The boards varied in width but were all pretty close to being 8.8 feet long. If she wanted to make a fence that was about 170 feet long, about how many posts would she need to use so that the boards could be connected together end to end along the fence? She did not want to cut any of the boards.

5. Rachel plotted the point (-3, -5) on a coordinate system. "Wait a minute," said her friend Nicole. "You put it in the wrong quadrant. It should be in quadrant ______."

6. Savannah has a window cleaning business. She just won a contract to wash the windows on the Zooper building in downtown Mathville. It has one hundred ten 2-ft x 5-ft windows. If she can wash the windows at an average rate of 6.5 square feet per minute, how long will it take her to wash the windows on the entire Zooper building?

7. Several teams competed in a scavenger hunt. Their scores are shown in the following table:

Team Name Score

Hogsters 1792

Cats 994

Wildest 1319

Skates 1497.2

T33 1164.6

Which team had the score that differed the most from the mean score?

8. A special observatory on a mountain in Siberia monitors the number of meteoroids entering the Earth's atmosphere above the North Pole. It is an automated system that detects the flashes of light caused by their friction with the atmospheric gases. If on average the system detects 46 per day, what is the estimated annual total number of meteoroids that enter the atmosphere above the pole? Express your answer using scientific notation and assume a non-leap year.

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10241297)

1. Jordan was multiplying 0.54 times some number and got a result of 1. He knew that was wrong. He must have pushed a wrong button on the calculator. What number must he have multiplied 0.54 by to obtain this incorrect result of 1?

1/0.54

2. If you rotate the point (-8, -8) 120 about the origin, in what quadrant will the transformed point be located?

I

3. There are 12 four-square courts at Bigtown Middle School. Each court is made of 4congruent squares. Write two expressions that represent the total number of squares needed to make the 12 four-square courts.

12 x (2 + 2) = (12 x 2) + (12 x 2) = 2 x 6 x (2 + 2), etc....

4. Rebecca purchased some old barn wood at a country auction. The boards varied in width but were all pretty close to being 8.8 feet long. If she wanted to make a fence that was about 170 feet long, about how many posts would she need to use so that the boards could be connected together end to end along the fence? She did not want to cut any of the boards.

19 posts

5. Rachel plotted the point (-3, -5) on a coordinate system. "Wait a minute," said her friend Nicole. "You put it in the wrong quadrant. It should be in quadrant ______."

III

6. Savannah has a window cleaning business. She just won a contract to wash the windows on the Zooper building in downtown Mathville. It has one hundred ten 2-ft x 5-ft windows. If she can wash the windows at an average rate of 6.5 square feet per minute, how long will it take her to wash the windows on the entire Zooper building?

2 hours and 49 minutes

7. Several teams competed in a scavenger hunt. Their scores are shown in the following table:

Team Name Score

Hogsters 1792

Cats 994

Wildest 1319

Skates 1497.2

T33 1164.6

Which team had the score that differed the most from the mean score?

The Hogsters. Their score was 438.64 greater than the mean of 1353.36.

8. A special observatory on a mountain in Siberia monitors the number of meteoroids entering the Earth's atmosphere above the North Pole. It is an automated system that detects the flashes of light caused by their friction with the atmospheric gases. If on average the system detects 46 per day, what is the estimated annual total number of meteoroids that enter the atmosphere above the pole? Express your answer using scientific notation and assume a non-leap year.

1.679 x 104 meteoroids per year

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10369283)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

1. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: A model airplane was on sale for 1/2 of its original price of $29.83. What is the sale price?

2. If p represents the number of 2-point shots made in a basketball game, and t represents the number of 3-point shots made, how many points are scored if p = 8 and t = 2?

3. Translate the following words into an algebraic expression: "a number divided by three more than the number."

4. If you are instructed to "total" a group of numbers, what are you expected to do?

5. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: Grace deposited $122 in her savings account resulting in a balance of $1,580. What was her balance before the deposit?

6. It has been calculated that a mako shark travels as fast as 35.2 km/h before leaping out of the water. If it could maintain 1/4 this speed underwater for 7 hours, how far could it travel?

7. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: Jordan paid his mom back$47 of the total that he owed her, but he still owed her $84. How much did his mom loan him?

8. A certain country earns 29 medals at the Olympics. Of those, 9 are in skating events, and 18 are in skiing events. What fraction of their total medals are not in either skiing or skating events?

9. What is the difference between an expression and an equation?

10. Four friends, who happen to be good golfers, played a round of golf (18 holes). Par for the course is 71. The players had the following scores (relative to par): -1, -4, +3, and +1. What was the winning score? Remember that the lowest score wins.

11. A company rents cars for a fee of $27 plus $0.38 a mile. Write an expression that represents the cost of driving the car x miles.

12. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: A submarine rose 69 meters to a depth of 268 meters. What was its depth before rising?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10369283)

1. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: A model airplane was on sale for 1/2 of its original price of $29.83. What is the sale price?

(1/2)29.83 = x; x = $14.92

2. If p represents the number of 2-point shots made in a basketball game, and t represents the number of 3-point shots made, how many points are scored if p = 8 and t = 2?

22 points

3. Translate the following words into an algebraic expression: "a number divided by three more than the number."

N/(N+3)

4. If you are instructed to "total" a group of numbers, what are you expected to do?

To find a total means to add them all together to find the sum.

5. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: Grace deposited $122 in her savings account resulting in a balance of $1,580. What was her balance before the deposit?

x + 122 = 1580; x = $1458

6. It has been calculated that a mako shark travels as fast as 35.2 km/h before leaping out of the water. If it could maintain 1/4 this speed underwater for 7 hours, how far could it travel?

61.6 miles

7. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: Jordan paid his mom back$47 of the total that he owed her, but he still owed her $84. How much did his mom loan him?

x - 47 = 84; x = $131

8. A certain country earns 29 medals at the Olympics. Of those, 9 are in skating events, and 18 are in skiing events. What fraction of their total medals are not in either skiing or skating events?

2/29

9. What is the difference between an expression and an equation?

An expression is a combination of numbers and symbols that represent some mathematical meaning. An equation is a mathematical statement showing that two things are equal. Thus, an equation must contain an equal sign (=), but an expression does not contain an equal sign.

10. Four friends, who happen to be good golfers, played a round of golf (18 holes). Par for the course is 71. The players had the following scores (relative to par): -1, -4, +3, and +1. What was the winning score? Remember that the lowest score wins.

67

11. A company rents cars for a fee of $27 plus $0.38 a mile. Write an expression that represents the cost of driving the car x miles.

27 + 0.38x

12. Write an equation to represent this situation, and then solve it: A submarine rose 69 meters to a depth of 268 meters. What was its depth before rising?

x - 69 = 268; x = 337 meters

Date ___________________

1. David used an equation to find the side length of an equilateral pentagon that had a perimeter of 355 cm. What was his equation? Use it to find the side length s of the pentagon.

2. Rebecca drove her truck onto the scale at the state inspection station. The truck and its load weighed 16,160 lb. The truck weighs 8,300 lb when empty. Write an equation and solve it to determine the weight of the load l.

3. Ashley cast some bricks that were 5 inches longer than they were wide. The bricks were d inches deep. Write an expression for the volume of one brick.

4. A circular clock made by the Bigtown Time Works has a diameter of 12 inches. What is the clock's radius?

5. Ms. Floop's hand made rug was three times as long as it was wide. Write an expression that describes the area of the rug in terms of its width (w).

6. Savannah was moving decorative rocks from one part of the garden to another. She was able to carry about 55 pounds per load in a wheelbarrow she was using. If she had 2 1/4tons of rocks, how many loads did she need?

7. The Jones family spent 83 hours on a camping trip. It took them 8 hours to get to the campsite and 10.4 hours to get home. Write an equation for how much time they spent at the campsite and solve it.

8. Mr. Bloop was building a shed in his backyard. He accidentally cut a board too long. "Better than cutting it too short," he said to himself. The board was nine and one-fourth feet long, but he needed to make it seven inches shorter. What length will the board be after he cuts off the required amount?

9. Ms. Floop checked out 12 bottles of methyl alcohol from the chemical supply room. The cost of each bottle ($3.61) was deducted from her account balance, leaving $2,472.57 in her account. Write an equation and solve it for how much money she had in her account before she purchased the 12 bottles of methyl alcohol.

10. A special ship was used by MegaSea Inc., to collect rock samples from near an oceanic ridge. The rocks were then dated using radioactive analysis methods. The oldest samples were estimated to be 59.2 million years old. The youngest samples were 33.6 million years old. What was the age span of the rocks?

Key #1 - (Answer ID # 10804025)

1. David used an equation to find the side length of an equilateral pentagon that had a perimeter of 355 cm. What was his equation? Use it to find the side length s of the pentagon.

355 = 5s; s = 71 cm

2. Rebecca drove her truck onto the scale at the state inspection station. The truck and its load weighed 16,160 lb. The truck weighs 8,300 lb when empty. Write an equation and solve it to determine the weight of the load l.

16160 = 8300 + l; l = 7860 lb

3. Ashley cast some bricks that were 5 inches longer than they were wide. The bricks were d inches deep. Write an expression for the volume of one brick.

V = (w + 5)dw = (dw2 + 5dw) in3

4. A circular clock made by the Bigtown Time Works has a diameter of 12 inches. What is the clock's radius?

6 inches

5. Ms. Floop's hand made rug was three times as long as it was wide. Write an expression that describes the area of the rug in terms of its width (w).

A = (3w)(w) = 3w2

6. Savannah was moving decorative rocks from one part of the garden to another. She was able to carry about 55 pounds per load in a wheelbarrow she was using. If she had 2 1/4tons of rocks, how many loads did she need?

82 loads

7. The Jones family spent 83 hours on a camping trip. It took them 8 hours to get to the campsite and 10.4 hours to get home. Write an equation for how much time they spent at the campsite and solve it.

83 = 8 + 10.4 + x; x = 64.6 hours

8. Mr. Bloop was building a shed in his backyard. He accidentally cut a board too long. "Better than cutting it too short," he said to himself. The board was nine and one-fourth feet long, but he needed to make it seven inches shorter. What length will the board be after he cuts off the required amount?

8 feet 8 inches

9. Ms. Floop checked out 12 bottles of methyl alcohol from the chemical supply room. The cost of each bottle ($3.61) was deducted from her account balance, leaving $2,472.57 in her account. Write an equation and solve it for how much money she had in her account before she purchased the 12 bottles of methyl alcohol.

B = $2472.57 + 12($3.61) = $2515.89

10. A special ship was used by MegaSea Inc., to collect rock samples from near an oceanic ridge. The rocks were then dated using radioactive analysis methods. The oldest samples were estimated to be 59.2 million years old. The youngest samples were 33.6 million years old. What was the age span of the rocks?

25.6 million years

Simplify.

22. 7 + 3 × 5

23. 78 - 4 + 2

24. 67 + 12 + 52

25. 27 ÷ 9 + 3

26. 72 ÷ 8 × 1 × 21

27. 6 - 5 + 37 + 2

Write the value of .

28. 6 ten thousands ones 6 hundred thousands 4 hundreds 8 thousands = 668,405

29. + 80 + 300 + 9 + 200,000 + 60,000 = 261,389

30. 60,000 + 6 + + 300 + 70 = 65,376

31. 9 tens + 7 ones + hundreds = 697

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Classify each triangle as isosceles, scalene, or equilateral by the lengths of its sides.

1. 21 in, 21 ft, 24 in

________________________________________

2. 19 mm, 19 mm, 19 mm

________________________________________

3. 7 mm, 7 cm, 7 cm

________________________________________

Fill in the missing dimensions. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

4. The scale of a map is 3 in = 5 mi

map: 4 in

actual: ________ mi

5. The scale of a map is 2 in = 8.26 mi

map: ________ in

actual: 20.7 mi

Solve each inequality.

6. q

9

+ 10 > 18

7. 24 -2n - 4

Key #2

Multiply. Round answers to the nearest thousandths.

8. 1.632

9. 1.02 x 11.0073

10. 10.55 x 11.640

11. 2.001 x 6.0064

12. 2 x 0.674

13. 1.067 x 1.01

Complete.

14. Nicholas and Alexandra are playing a game in which each player either wins, loses, or draws (ties) at each turn. The winner of a turn is awarded 5 points, and the loser loses 5 points. If it is a draw, 0 points are awarded. For the first eight rounds Nicholas had the following results: lose, win, lose, win, win, lose, win, draw. What was Alexandra's point total for the rounds?

15. If the temperature starts out in the morning at 13 C but drops 20 by midnight (a cold front blew in) what is the temperature then?

Find n.

16. n, 2, 5, 5, and 4

range = 17 median = 5

17. 8, 18, 7, 16, n, 13, and 4

mode = 18 median = 13

18. 19, 8, 25, n, 25, and 11

mean = 18 mode = 25

19. n, 19, 9, 9, and 9

range = 10 mean = 11

20. 21, 26, 14, 20, 4, n, and 21

mean = 18 range = 22

21. 28, 12, n, 28, 12, and 8

mean = 16 range = 20

Write the percent of the shaded portion in each grid.

22.

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