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1. Each figure represents a fraction. Which two figures represent the same fraction?
 1 and 2 1 and 4 2 and 3 3 and 4

2. The graph shows the heights of four girls. The names are missing from the graph. Debbie is the tallest. Amy is the shortest. Dawn is taller than Sarah. How tall is Sarah?
 75 cm 100 cm 125 cm 150 cm

3. The figure shows how Mary spent her time one day. What percent of time altogether did she spend playing and doing homework.
 10% 15% 20% 25% 30%

4. Central School had a bottle collection. Children in each class brought empty bottles to school. The principal made a bar graph of the number of bottles from five classes. Which class collected 45 bottles?
 Miss Barber's class Mr. Chyn's class Mrs. Friedman's class Mr. Mack's class

5. Which of these is a name for 9740?
 Nine thousand seventy-four Nine thousand seven hundred forty Nine thousand seventy-four hundred Nine hundred seventy-four thousand

6. Here is a number pattern. 100, 1, 99, 2, 98, __, __, __ What three numbers should go in the boxes?
 3, 97, 4 4, 97, 5 97, 3, 96 97, 4, 96

7. What units would be best to use to measure the weight (mass) of an egg?
 centimeters milliliters grams kilograms

8. Mark's garden has 84 rows of cabbages. There are 57 cabbages in each row. Which of these gives the BEST way to estimate how many cabbages there are altogether?
 100 x 50=5000 90 x 60=5400 80 x 60=4800 80 x 50=4000

9. In Toshi's class there are twice as many girls as boys. There are 8 boys in the class. What is the total number of boys and girls in the class?
 12 16 20 24

10. Which of these figures has the largest area?
 A B C D

11. Which of these has the same value as 342?
 3000 + 400 + 2 300 + 40 + 2 30 + 4 + 2 3 + 4 + 2

12. Which of these would most likely be measured in milliliters?
 The amount of liquid in a teaspoon The weight (mass) of a pin The amount of gasoline in a tank The thickness of 10 sheets of paper

13. Figure 1 is a cone. Part of its surface is flat and part of its surface is curved. Which of the above solids (labeled A through D) has both a flat surface and a curved surface?
 A B C D

14. Here is the beginning of a pattern of tiles. If the pattern continues, how many tiles will be in Figure 6?
 12 15 18 21

15. What do you have to do to each number in Column A to get the number next to it in Column B?
 Add 8 to the number in Column A. Subtract 8 from the number in Column A. Multiply the number in Column A by 5. Divide the number in Column A by 5.

16. All of the pupils in a class cut out paper shapes. The teacher picked one out and said, "This shape is a triangle." Which of these statements MUST be correct?
 The shape has three sides. The shape has a right angle. The shape has equal sides. The shape has equal angles

17. Which shows 2/3 of the square shaded?
 A B C D E

18. John wanted to use his calculator to add 1463 and 319. He entered 1263 + 319 by mistake. What could he do to correct his mistake?