 
3. 
How many of the angles in this triangle are smaller than a right angle?  
A)  None  
B) 
One  
C) 
Two  
D) 
Three  
 
4. 
What is the area of the shaded figure?  
A)  9 square centimeters  
B)  11 square centimeters  
C)  13 square centimeters  
D)  14 square centimeters  
9. 
There are 30 people in the music room. There are 74 people in the cafeteria. How many more people are in the cafeteria than the music room?  
A)  40  
B)  44  
C)  54  
D)  104  
 
11. 
Jo's recipe says to bake a cake for 2528 minutes. About how long is this?  
A)  A quarter of an hour  
B)  Half an hour  
C)  An hour  
D)  An hour and a half  
12. 
Luis had two apples and he cut each apple into fifths. How many pieces of apple did he have?  
A)  
B)  2  
C)  5  
D)  10  
15. 
N stands for the number of hours of sleep Ken gets each night. Which of the following represents the number of hours of sleep Ken gets in 1 week?  
A)  N + 7  
B)  N  7  
C)  N x 7  
D)  N ÷ 7  
 
16. 
A piece of metal in the shape of a rectangle was folded as shown above. In the figure on the right, the "?" symbol represents what length?  
A)  3 inches  
B)  6 inches  
C)  8 inches  
D)  11 inches  
 
23. 
In the figure above, which object is heaviest?  
A)  The metal ball  
B)  The sandwich  
C)  The bag of potato chips  
D)  The puppy  
 
24. 
The figure above is shaded on the top side and white on the under side. If the figure were flipped over, its white side could look like which of the following figures?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
25. 
Alan says that if a figure has four sides, it must be a rectangle. Gina does not agree. Which of the following figures shows that Gina is correct?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
27. 
The perimeter of a square is 36 inches. What is the length of one side of the square?  
A)  4 inches  
B)  6 inches  
C)  9 inches  
D)  18 inches  
28. 
Six students bought exactly enough pens to share equally among themselves. Which of the following could be the number of pens they bought?  
A)  46  
B)  48  
C)  50  
D)  52  
29. 
Carl has 3 empty egg cartons and 34 eggs. If each carton holds 12 eggs, how many more eggs are needed to fill all 3 cartons?  
A)  2  
B)  3  
C)  4  
D)  6  
 
30. 
The objects on the scale above make it balance exactly. According to this scale, if balances , then balances which of the following?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
32. 
How much change will John get back from $5.00 if he buys 2 notebooks that cost $1.80 each?  
A)  $1.40  
B)  $2.40  
C)  $3.20  
D)  $3.60  
33. 
Jim has 3/4 of a yard of string which he wishes to divide into pieces, each 1/8 of a yard long. How many pieces will he have?  
A)  3  
B)  4  
C)  6  
D)  8  
 
34. 
On the road shown above, the distance from Bay City to Exton is 60 miles. What is the distance from Bay City to Yardville?  
A)  45 miles  
B)  75 miles  
C)  90 miles  
D)  105 miles  
35. 
What are all the whole numbers that make 8  > 3 true?  
A)  0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  
B)  0, 1, 2, 3, 4  
C)  0, 1, 2  
D)  5  
39. 
Sam placed cookies on a cookie sheet to form 2 rows with 6 cookies in each row. Which of the following number sentences best describes this situation?  
A)  2 × 6 =  
B)  2 + 6 =  
C)  6 ÷ 2 =  
D)  6 – 2 =  
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40. 
Sally is shorter than Ronnie. Sally is taller than Michael. Denise's height is between Sally's height and Ronnie's height. Who is the shortest person?  
A)  Denise  
B)  Michael  
C)  Ronnie  
D)  Sally  
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41. 
At a picnic cider is served in cups. If 1 pint will fill 2 cups, how many cups can be filled from 8 pints of cider?  
A)  4  
B)  8  
C)  11  
D)  16  
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42. 
Mrs. Jones bought 6 pints of berries. Each pint cost 87¢. Mrs. Jones used her calculator to find the cost of the berries and the display showed 522. What was the cost of the berries?  
A)  $522  
B)  $52.20  
C)  $5.22  
D)  $0.52  
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43. 
The balls in this picture are placed in a box and a child picks one without looking. What is the probability that the ball picked will be the one with dots?  
A)  1 out of 4  
B)  1 out of 3  
C)  1 out of 2  
D)  3 out of 4  
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44. 
Pat has 3 fish bowls. There are 4 plants and 5 fish in each bowl. Which gives the total number of fish?  
A)  3 + 5  
B)  3 × 4  
C)  3 × 5  
D)  3 + 4 + 5  
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45. 
The Breakfast Barn bought 135 dozen eggs at $0.89 per dozen. What was the total cost of the eggs?  
A)  $116.75  
B)  $120.15  
C)  $135.89  
D)  $151.69  
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46. 
The Celsius temperature rose from 4 degrees above zero to the temperature shown on the thermometer above. How many degrees did the temperature rise?  
A)  6  
B)  7  
C)  12  
D)  20  
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47. 
Kirstin wants to buy a flute
that costs $240. She has saved $20 each week for 3 weeks. How many more weeks does Kirstin need to save money if she continues to save $20 each week?  
A)  9 weeks  
B)  10 weeks  
C)  11 weeks  
D)  12 weeks  
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48. 
In Jean's class there are twice as many boys as girls. If there are 10 girls in the class, how many boys and girls are there in the class?  
A)  15  
B)  20  
C)  25  
D)  30  
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49. 
Ted went to the beach at 10:30 a.m. and came home at 2:00 p.m. How many hours was he gone?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
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50. 
Which of the following is usually measured in feet?  
A)  The thickness of a coin  
B)  The length of a paper clip  
C)  The length of a car  
D)  The distance between New York City and Chicago  
52. 
Ron was listening to the radio and heard, "One hundred twentyfour thousand sixtyfive books have been donated to the library." What is this number?  
A)  12,465  
B)  124,065  
C)  124,650  
D)  100,024,065  
53. 
Which of the following would be used to find the weight of an apple?  
A)  A measuring cup  
B)  A ruler  
C)  A scale  
D)  A thermometer  
 
54. 
Each small square () above is equal to 1. There are 10 small squares in each strip. There are 100 small squares in each large square. What number is shown?  
A)  4,029  
B)  492  
C)  429  
D)  249  
55. 
On Thursday Becky made some
popcorn balls. On Friday she made 6 popcorn balls. On Saturday she made 12 popcorn balls. Becky took all 23 popcorn balls that she made to a party. How many popcorn balls did she make on Thursday?  
A)  5  
B)  11  
C)  17  
D)  41  
59. 
A cow is tied to a post in the middle of a flat meadow. If the cow's rope is several meters long, which of the following figures shows the shape of the region where the cow can graze?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
60. 
Estela wants to buy 2 notebooks that cost $2.79 each, including tax. If she has onedollar bills and no coins, how many onedollar bills does she need?  
A)  3  
B)  4  
C)  5  
D)  6  
61. 
There is only one red marble in each of the bags shown below. Without looking, you are to pick a marble out of one of the bags. Which bag would give you the greatest chance of picking the red marble?  
 
A)  Bag with 10 marbles  
B)  Bag with 100 marbles  
C)  Bag with 1000 marbles  
D)  It makes no difference  
62. 
N stands for the number of stamps John had. He gave 12 stamps to his sister. Which expression tells how many stamps John has now?  
A)  N+12  
B)  N12  
C)  12N  
D)  12 x N  
 
63. 
According to the graph, how many cartons of eggs were sold altogether by farms A, B, and C last month?  
A)  13  
B)  130  
C)  1,300  
D)  3,0000  
 
64. 
The picture shows the flowerpots in which Kevin will plant flower seeds. He needs 3 seeds for each pot. Which of the following number sentences shows how many seeds Kevin will need for all of the pots?  
A)  5 x 4 x 3 =  
B)  (5 x 4) + 3 =  
C)  (5 + 4 ) x 3 =  
D)  5 + 4 + 3 =  
 
65. 
In this figure, how many small cubes were put together to form the large cube?  
A)  7  
B)  8  
C)  12  
D)  24  
 
66. 
If both the square and the triangle above have the same perimeter, what is the length of each side of the square?  
A)  4  
B)  5  
C)  6  
D)  7  
67. 
There are 3 fifth graders and 2 sixth graders on the swim team. Everyone's name is put in a hat and the captain is chosen by picking one name. What are the chances that the captain will be a fifth grader?  
A)  l out of 5  
B)  l out of 3  
C)  3 out of 5  
D)  2 out of 3  
68. 
Kitty is taking a trip on which she plans to drive 300 miles each day. Her trip is 1,723 miles long. She has already driven 849 miles. How much farther must she drive?  
A)  574 miles  
B)  874 miles  
C)  1,423 miles  
D)  2,872 miles  
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69. 
A whole number is multiplied by 5. Which of these could be the result?  
A)  652  
B)  562  
C)  526  
D)  265  
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70. 
Which of the following could Martha use to solve the problem correctly?  
A)  32 + 8  
B)  32  8  
C)  32 × 8  
D)  32 ÷ 8  
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71. 
Each boy and girl in the class voted for his or her favorite kind of music. Here are the results.  
 
A)  Classical  
B)  Rock  
C)  Country  
D)  Other  
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72. 
Every hour, a company makes 8,400 paper plates and puts them in packages of 15 plates each. How many packages are made in one hour?  
A)  560  
B)  8,385  
C)  17,857  
D)  126,000  
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73. 
If the string does not cost anything, how much does the necklace above cost?  
A)  10¢  
B)  24¢  
C)  28¢  
D)  34¢  
 
74. 
Carol wanted to estimate the distance from A to D along the path shown on the map above. She correctly rounded each of the given distances to the nearest mile and then added them. Which of the following sums could be hers?  
A)  4 + 6 + 5 = 15  
B)  5 + 6 + 5 = 16  
C)  5 + 6 + 6 = 17  
D)  5 + 7 + 6 = 18  
76. 
There are 50 hamburgers to serve 38 children. If each child is to have at least one hamburger, at most how many of the children can have more than one?  
A)  6  
B)  12  
C)  26  
D)  38  
77. 
If represents the number of newspapers that Lee delivers each day, which of the following represents the total number of newspapers that Lee delivers in 5 days?  
A)  5 +  
B)  5 ×  
C)  ÷ 5  
D)  ( + ) × 5  
 
78. 
The weights of three objects were compared using a pan balance. Two comparisons were made as shown in the figure above. Which object is the heaviest?  
A)  A  
B)  B  
C)  C  
D)  Not enough information is given  
 
79. 
Chen had $10 to buy a model plane, glue, and paint as shown above. At which of the following times could an estimate have been used instead of exact numbers?  
A)  When Chen tried to decide whether or not he had enough money to buy the plane, glue, and paint  
B)  When the clerk entered each amount into the cash register  
C)  When the clerk told Chen how much he owed  
D)  When Chen counted his change  
80. 
By how much would 217 be increased if the digit 1 were replaced by a digit 5?  
A)  4  
B)  40  
C)  44  
D)  400  
81. 
Christy has 88 photographs to put in her album. If 9 photographs will fit on each page, how many pages will she need?  
A)  8  
B)  9  
C)  10  
D)  11  
 
82. 
The squares in the figure above represent the faces of a cube which has been cut along some edges and flattened. When the original cube was resting on face X, which face was on top?  
A)  A  
B)  B  
C)  C  
D)  D  
 
83. 
John records the weight of his puppy every month in a chart like the one shown above. If the pattern of the puppy's weight gain continues, how many pounds will the puppy weigh at 5 months?  
A)  30  
B)  27  
C)  25  
D)  24  
84. 
In a bag of marbles, ½ are red, ¼ are blue, are green, and are yellow. If a marble is taken from the bag without looking, is it most likely to be  
A)  red  
B)  blue  
C)  green  
D)  yellow  
85. 
A rectangular carpet is 9 feet long and 6 feet wide. What is the area of the carpet in square feet?  
A)  15  
B)  27  
C)  30  
D)  54  
 
87. 
The graph above shows how many of the 32 children in Mr. Rivera's class are 8, 9, 10, and 11 years old. Which of the following is true?  
A)  Most are younger than 9.  
B)  Most are younger than 10.  
C)  Most are 9 or older.  
D)  None of the above is true.  
 
88. 
A sheet of paper is folded once and a piece is cut out as shown above. Which of the following looks like the unfolded paper?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
90. 
If 1 1/3 cups of flour are needed for a batch of cookies, how many cups of flour will be needed for 3 batches?  
A)  4 1/3  
B)  4  
C)  3  
D)  2 2/3  
 
91. 
Children's pictures are to be hung in a line as shown in the figure above. Pictures that are hung next to each other share a tack. How many tacks are needed to hang 28 pictures in this way?  
A)  27  
B)  28  
C)  29  
D)  56  
92. 
What is 18,565 rounded to the nearest thousand?  
A)  18,000  
B)  18,600  
C)  19,000  
D)  20,000  
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93. 
A store sells 168 tapes each week. How many tapes does it sell in 24 weeks?  
A)  7  
B)  192  
C)  4,032  
D)  4,172  
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94. 
Based on the map above, about how many miles is the shortest route from Oakdale to Fenton?  
A)  100  
B)  70  
C)  40  
D)  20  
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POINTS EARNED FROM SCHOOL EVENTS
 
96. 
Which class earned the most points from the two events?  
A)  Mr. Lopez' class  
B)  Ms. Chen's class  
C)  Mrs. Green's class  
D)  All classes earned the same amount.  
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97. 
How many feet of fencing would it take to go around the garden?  
A)  18  
B)  28  
C)  36  
D)  80  
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98. 
In which of the circles is the diameter less than 1 inch?  
A)  3 only  
B)  1 and 3 only  
C)  1, 2, and 3 only  
D)  1, 2, 3, and 4  
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99. 
Marlene made 6 batches of muffins. There were 24 muffins in each batch. Which of the following number sentences could be used to find the number of muffins she made?  
A)  6 x = 24  
B)  6 + 24 =  
C)  6 + = 24  
D)  6 x 24 =  
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100. 
Mario sells 80 pencils a day from his supply of 1,000 pencils. Which of the following is true?  
A)  He will run out of pencils in 7 days.  
B)  He will have enough pencils to sell 80 each day for at least 10 days.  
C)  He will have enough pencils to sell 80 each day for at least 80 days.  
D)  He will have enough pencils to sell 80 each day for at least 100 days.  
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101. 
What is a rule used in the table to get the numbers in column B from the numbers in column A?  
A)  Divide the number in column A by 4.  
B)  Multiply the number in column A by 4.  
C)  Subtract 9 from the number in column A.  
D)  Add 9 to the number in column A.  
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102. 
A package of birdseed costs $2.58 for 2 pounds. A package of sunflower seeds costs $3.72 for 3 pounds. What is the difference in the cost per pound?  
A)  $0.05  
B)  $1.14  
C)  $1.24  
D)  $1.29  
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103. 
Which of the following is closest to 15 seconds?  
A)  14.1 seconds  
B)  14.7 seconds  
C)  14.9 seconds  
D)  15.2 seconds  
105. 
The census showed that three hundred fiftysix thousand, ninetyseven people lived in Middletown. Written as a number, that is  
A)  350,697  
B)  356,097  
C)  356,907  
D)  356,970  
107. 
The length of a trail that Pat hiked in one day could have been  
A)  5 millimeters  
B)  5 centimeters  
C)  5 meters  
D)  5 kilometers  
108. 
A club held a car wash and washed 21 cars. If the club raised $84, how much did it charge per car?  
A)  $0.25  
B)  $4.00  
C)  $5.00  
D)  $1,764.00  
 
109. 
On the map above, which ordered pair gives the location of the house?  
A)  (D,1)  
B)  (D,4)  
C)  (A,1)  
D)  (A,3)  
 
110. 
According to the graph above, which person's sales were closest to $400 for the month?  
A)  Harriet  
B)  Carl  
C)  Jason  
D)  Sammie  
111. 
Which of the following is the most reasonable distance for a person to walk in one hour?  
A)  2 miles  
B)  2 yards  
C)  2 inches  
D)  2 feet  
 
112. 
The 16 stickers listed above are placed in a box. If one sticker is drawn from the box, which color is it most likely to be?  
A)  Red  
B)  Blue  
C)  Yellow  
D)  Green  
 
113. 
The scale shown above measures weight in pounds. What is the total weight of the oranges in the picture?  
A)  2½ pounds  
B)  3½ pounds  
C)  5 pounds  
D)  10 pounds  
 
114. 
In the figure above, points labeled A through G are spaced evenly along a line. Which of the following distances is the greatest?  
A)  From A to D  
B)  From C to F  
C)  From E to G  
D)  From E to A  
 
115. 
Linda had three large boxes all the same size and three different kinds of balls as shown above. If she fills each box with the kind of balls shown, which box will have the fewest balls in it?  
A)  The box with the tennis balls  
B)  The box with the golf balls  
C)  The box with the rubber balls  
D)  You can't tell.  
 
116. 
According to the map in the figure above, which streets appear to be parallel to each other?  
A)  Park and Main  
B)  Tyler and Maple  
C)  Park and Tyler  
D)  Main and Tyler  
117. 
Which of the following has the same shape as a cylinder?  
A)  An egg  
B)  A book  
C)  A basketball  
D)  A can of soup  
118. 
Mr. Garcia bought 5 dozen eggs at $0.89 per dozen. What was the total cost of the eggs?  
A)  $ 4.05  
B)  $ 4.45  
C)  $ 5.89  
D)  $ 10.68  
119. 
By how much would the value of 5,647 be decreased if the 5 were replaced by a 2?  
A)  3  
B)  300  
C)  3,000  
D)  30,000  
121. 
A class is trying to collect 450 soup can labels to help get some new gym equipment. In the first week the students collected 60 labels, and in the second week they collected 82 labels. How many more labels do they need to reach their goal?  
A)  208  
B)  308  
C)  390  
D)  592  
 
122. 
According to the graph above, about how many sandwiches were sold on Tuesday?  
A)  100  
B)  150  
C)  180  
D)  200  
123. 
Students in Mrs. Johnson's class were asked to tell why is greater than . Whose reason is best?  
A)  Kelly said, "Because 4 is greater than 2."  
B)  Keri said, "Because 5 is larger than 3."  
C)  Kim said, "Because is closer than to 1."  
D)  Kevin said, "Because 4 + 5 is more than 2 + 3."  
124. 
Max bought 50 plants for his garden. He plans to put 8 plants in each row. How many complete rows of 8 can he plant?  
A)  6 rows  
B)  7 rows  
C)  8 rows  
D)  16 rows  
125. 
When you subtract one of these numbers from 900, the answer is greater than 400. Which number is it?  
A)  712  
B)  667  
C)  579  
D)  459  
127. 
Which statement is true?  
A)  352 > 759  
B)  442 > 436  
C)  518 > 819  
D)  883 < 794  
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128. 
A pattern of shapes is to be repeated many times. The figure above shows one completed pattern and the beginning of the next. What shape comes next?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
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129. 
The third grade collected more than 850 bottle caps for an art project. The fourth grade collected more than 500 bottle caps. Using her calculator, Maria found the exact total of all the bottle caps collected by both grades. Which calculator could be hers?  
A)  
B)  
C)  
D)  
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130. 
If the sum of 39 and 66 is divided by 3, the result is  
A)  35  
B)  61  
C)  79  
D)  315  
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131. 
Chen bought one model plane, one tube of glue, and one can of paint. The cost of each item is shown in the figure above. There was no sales tax. How much change should he have gotten back from $10?  
A)  $1.50  
B)  $1.53  
C)  $1.63  
D)  $1.73  
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132. 
The figure above shows that part of a pizza has been eaten. What part of the pizza is still there?  
A) 
 
B) 
 
C) 
 
D) 
 
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133. 
On a flight from Los Angeles to New York, the cost of a fare was $400. Every seat was sold. What additional information do you need to find the total for all fares?  
A)  None  
B)  The number of employees on the plane  
C)  The number of passenger seats on the plane  
D)  The distance from Los Angeles to New York  
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134. 
The difference between 85 and 53 is 32. Meredith added some number to 85 and then added the same number to 53. What would be the difference between the two new numbers?  
A)  More than 32  
B)  Less than 32  
C)  32  
D)  It depends on the number added to 85 and 53.  
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