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Mathematical Process Questions - All Grades

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Grade 6 Problem Solving Strategies
David bought a 3-ring binder for $4.49, a package of pencils for $1.19, and two packages of paper. What information is needed to find the total amount David spent before tax?
  1. The cost of a package of paper
  2. The cost of a package of erasers
  3. The color of the binder
  4. How much money David gave the clerk
Grade 10 Logical Thinking
Which of the following is the biconditional statement for the conditional statement:
If today is Saturday or Sunday, then it is the weekend.
  1. It is the weekend if and only if it is Saturday or Sunday
  2. If is not the weekend, then it not Saturday or Sunday.
  3. If it is not Saturday or Sunday, then it is not the weekend.
  4. It is not Saturday or Sunday if and only if it is the weekend.
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
During September, October, November, and December, Jeff worked after school on 32 days. He worked the same number of days each month. Find the number of days Jeff worked each month.

Which best states the question asked in the problem?
  1. How many days did Jeff work each month?
  2. How many days did Jeff work during October?
  3. Did Jeff work the same number of days each month?
  4. Will Jeff work for 32 days the next four months?
Grade 10 Logical Thinking
On Wednesdays we wear pink.
It is Wednesday.
Therefore
  1. we are wearing pink.
  2. we are not wearing pink.
  3. we don't have to wear pink.
  4. there is not enough information given.
Grade 10 Logical Thinking
Grade 10 Logical Thinking
Give the contrapositive to the following statement: If I read a lot of books, I will get smarter.
  1. If I get smarter, I read a lot of books
  2. If I read a lot of books, I won't get smarter
  3. If I don't get smarter, then I don't read a lot of books
  4. If I don't read a lot of books, I will get smarter
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