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Mathematical Process Questions - All Grades

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Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
In 2000, Texas contained 79.6 people per square mile. What information do you need to find how many people lived in the state of Texas?
  1. The number of square miles per each person.
  2. The number of square miles in Texas.
  3. The number of square miles in the United States.
  4. There is enough information to solve the problem.
Grade 9 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
Grade 11 Logical Thinking
A hole measures diameter 40 meters, and height 10 meters. If a cubic meter of sand weighs 75 kilograms, how much sand in kilograms is in the hole?
  1. 40 X 3.14 X 10 divided by 75
  2. 20 X 3.14 X 10 divided by 75
  3. 20 squared X 3.14 X 10 divided by 75
  4. 75 X 10 X 40 X 0
Grade 4 Problem Solving Strategies
Read the word problem:
Easter - Bunny 2 - Small
The Easter bunny delivers 8 eggs to the Martin family. There are 4 people in the Davolio family. 6 eggs are delivered to the Burke family. How many total eggs do the Martin and Burke families receive?

What is the extra information?
  1. The Easter bunny delivers 8 eggs to the Martin family.
  2. There are 4 people in the Davolio family.
  3. 6 eggs are delivered to the Burke family.
  4. How many total eggs do the Martin and Burke families receive?
Grade 7 Problem Solving Strategies
What is step 5 of the seven step process?
  1. Get rid of fractions
  2. Move terms
  3. Combine like terms
  4. Divide to find the solution
Grade 3 Problem Solving Strategies
An algorithm is                .
  1. an addend
  2. an equation
  3. a story
Grade 3 Problem Solving Strategies
Read the word problem:
Christmas - Bell - Small
The bells have red bows tied to them. A box holds 4 rows of bells. Each row has 5 bells. How many bells are in the box?

What is the extra information?
  1. The bells have red bows tied to them.
  2. A box holds 4 rows of bells.
  3. Each row has 5 bells.
  4. How many bells are in the box?
Grade 6 Logical Thinking
David went shopping for school clothes. He bought 2 pairs of slacks, 3 shirts, and 1 sweater. What do you NOT need to know to find out how much money David had left after shopping?
  1. how many hours David shopped
  2. how much money David started with
  3. how much money each pair of slacks cost
  4. how much money the sweater cost
Grade 8 Problem Solving Strategies
Which of the following are necessary steps to solving an open-ended math question?
  1. figure out what question you are being asked
  2. determine the facts needed to solve the problem
  3. pick a strategy to solve the problem
  4. add up all the numbers to solve the problem.
Grade 4 Problem Solving Strategies
Grade 3 Problem Solving Strategies
Read the word problem:
Christmas - Santa - Small
A toy store has 4 shelves of Santa toys. Each of the Santa toys is 5 inches tall. There are a total of 28 Santa toys. How many Santa toys are on each shelf?

What is the extra information?
  1. A toy store has 4 shelves of Santa toys.
  2. Each of the Santa toys is 5 inches tall.
  3. There are a total of 28 Santa toys.
  4. How many Santa toys are on each shelf?
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