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## Math Review

1.
Ellie looked at the fish in the pet store. She counted exactly 6 fish in each aquarium. There were 7 aquariums. What was the total number of fish in the aquariums?
1. 63
2. 42
3. 54
4. 72
2.
Allison's mother baked a dozen cookies for Allison and her 3 friends to share. Allison wanted each person to receive the same number of cookies. She used this equation to find the number of cookies each of them would receive.

12 =                 x 4

Which missing factor makes the equation true?
1. 3
2. 5
3. 9
4. 36
3.
Leia needs to place the blocks shown into boxes.                        Each box holds 6 blocks. Which number sentence shows the number of boxes Leia needs?
1. $24 -: 4 = 6$
2. $24 -: 4 = 8$
3. $24 -: 6 = 6$
4. $24 -: 6 = 4$
4.
Find the missing number.

$72 -:9 = square$
$square xx9 = 72$
1. 6
2. 7
3. 8
4. 9
5.
Which multiplication property is shown?

$5(3 + 8) = (5 xx 3) + (5 xx 8)$
1. Identity
2. Distributive
3. Associative
4. Commutative
6.
Which of the following could be used to solve this problem?

Juan had a birthday party. He had 30 candy pieces to share with himself and four friends. How many pieces of candy would each person get?
1. thirty times 6
2. thirty plus 4
3. thirty divided by 5
4. thirty divided by 4
7.
The numbers below make a pattern:

$2, 5, 8, 11...$

Which number could be in this pattern?
1. 13
2. 15
3. 17
4. 19
8.
Two hundred sixty-two students go to Westerbrook Elementary School. Round the number of students who go to Westerbrook to the nearest hundred.
1. 200
2. 260
3. 262
4. 300
9.
The General Grocery Store sold 447 oranges and 281 apples on Friday. When each number is rounded to the nearest 10, which equation represents about how many total oranges and apples were sold?
1. $450 - 280 = 170$
2. $400 - 300 = 100$
3. $450 + 280 = 730$
4. $400 + 300 = 700$
10.
The aquarium sold tickets to the polar bear exhibit on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, the aquarium sold 584 tickets. On Sunday, the aquarium sold 296 tickets. How many total tickets did the aquarium sell on Saturday and Sunday?
1. 770
2. 880
3. 900
4. 990
11.
$30 xx 4 = 60 xx$
1. 2
2. 3
3. 4
4. 5
12.
Jerry draws lines to divide 4 different figures in half. His teacher asks him to shade $1/2$ of each figure. Which statement is true about Jerry's figures?

1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 1. Only figures 1 and 4 are correct.
2. Only figure 2 is correct.
3. All the figures are correct.
4. Figures 2 and 3 are correct.
13.
If you were to write a fraction representing the number 9 on the number line, what number would go in the denominator? 1. 1
2. 4
3. 9
4. 10
14.
Which symbol should go on the line to compare the shaded parts of the fraction models?  1. $>$
2. $<$
3. $=$
15.
Which sentence is best represented by the fraction model? 1. One-half of the students at Rivers Elementary School buy lunch on Monday.
2. One-fourth of the students at Rivers Elementary School are in the third grade.
3. Two-thirds of the students at Rivers Elementary School play sports after school.
4. Three-fourths of the students at Rivers Elementary School ride the bus each day.
16.
What time will it be in 23 minutes? 1. 2:28
2. 2:51
3. 3:14
4. 3:23
17.
Kira buys a container of milk at the store. Which is the closest to the volume of milk Kira bought?
1. 1 gram
2. 1 liter
3. 10 grams
4. 10 liters
18.
How many more days did it rain in May than June? 1. 2
2. 4
3. 6
4. 8
19.
Which is the best estimate of the pencil's length in inches?  1. $1/2$
2. $1 1/4$
3. $1 1/2$
4. $2 1/4$
20.
How many unit squares? 1. 11
2. 12
3. 13
4. 14
21.
Parker makes the pattern shown with square tiles. He wants to rearrange his tiles and create two patterns so that he has no tiles left over. Which two patterns could Parker make? 1.  2.  3.  4.  22.
Ms. Marble is deciding between Rug A and Rug B for her dining room. Each box equals 1 square foot.

Rug A Rug B How much greater is the area Rug A than the area of Rug B?
1. 2 square feet
2. 4 square feet
3. 8 square feet
4. 16 square feet
23.
Perimeter = 30

BC = 6
CD = 6
ED = 2
EF = 3
AF = 4

What is the length of AB? 1. 6
2. 7
3. 8
4. 9
24.
Taneisha is comparing rhombuses, rectangles, and squares. What do they always have in common?
1. They always have 4 sides.
2. They always have equal angles.
3. They always have equal side lengths.
4. They always have different angle measures.
25.
Which two shapes have the same number of equal parts?
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