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Mathematical Process Questions - All Grades

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Grade 6 Problem Solving Strategies
Grade 10 Logical Thinking
Which answer would be a counterexample to the biconditional "Greg is a swimmer if and only if he is an athlete."
  1. Greg is an athlete and a basketball player.
  2. Greg is a swimmer.
  3. Greg is not an athlete.
  4. There is no counterexample.
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?
Grade 11 Logical Thinking
What is the negation of, "Jenny rides the bus"?
  1. Jenny does not like to ride the bus.
  2. Jenny does not ride the bus.
  3. Jenny likes to ride the bus.
  4. none of the above
Grade 11 Logical Thinking
A statement that can be written in if-then form is a(n)
  1. compound statement
  2. conclusion statement
  3. conditional statement
  4. conjunction statement
Grade 11 Logical Thinking
A negation is
  1. a compound statement formed by joining two or more statements using the word "and".
  2. a compound statement formed by joining two or more statements using the word "or".
  3. a statement that has the opposite meaning and truth value of an original statement.
  4. the result of a truth table.
Grade 11 Logical Thinking
~p is read as
  1. greater than p
  2. congruent with p
  3. p
  4. not p
Grade 11 Logical Thinking
Reasoning that uses a number of specific examples to arrive at a conclusion is called
  1. Deductive reasoning
  2. Logical reasoning
  3. Inductive reasoning
  4. Comparative reasoning
Grade 11 Logical Thinking
A concluding statement reached using inductive reasoning is called a(n)
  1. compound statement
  2. conjecture
  3. condition
  4. counter example
Grade 3 Problem Solving Strategies
Read the word problem:
Christmas - Snowman - Small
8 snowmen have red mittens. 5 snowmen have green mittens. 7 snowmen have blue mittens. How many more snowmen have red mittens than green mittens?

What is the extra information?
  1. 8 snowmen have red mittens.
  2. 5 snowmen have green mittens.
  3. 7 snowmen have blue mittens.
  4. How many more snowmen have red mittens than green mittens?
Grade 10 Logical Thinking

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