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100What is D. trapezoid?
Andrew bought a toy for his cousin coming to visit next week.
Which best describes the shape of the toy?
A. parallelogram
B. pentagon
C. rhombus
D. trapezoid

100What is C. 45?
Allison is making lemonade for a party. The table below shows the number of lemons she will need to make several pitchers of lemonade.
# of Pitchers # of Lemons
2 10
5 25
8 40
9 ?
According to the relationship shown in the table, how many lemons will Allison need to make 9 pitchers of lemonade?
A. 5
B. 15
C. 45
D. 65

100What is C. n X 8 = 176?
Ms. Parker is buying ceramic tiles to put on the floor of her shop. The tiles come 8 to a box.
Ms. Parker needs 176 tiles. Which of the following could be used to find n, the number of boxes of tiles Ms. Parker needs to buy?
A. 176 X 8 = n B. 8 / 176 = n
C. n X 8 = 176 D. n / 176 = 8

100What is 2/5?
Ramona found 10 flowers. She noticed that of the flowers there were yellow and purple.
See figure.
Which fraction is equivalent to the purple 4/10?
A. 2/5 B. 2/3
C. 2/4 D. 2/8

100What is C. 30 min.?
Tutoring started at 3:15 on Tuesday. Dismissal bell rings at 2:45. How much time does it give students to eat snack and go to the restroom before tutoring begins?
A. 15 min.
B. 25 min.
C. 30 min.
D. 35 min.

200What is congruent?
What is a geometric term for polygons the same size and shape?

200What is A. add 4 to the number before that number?
A number pattern is shown below.
4, 8, 12, 16, 20 . . . What algebraic rule can be used to describe the pattern?
A. add 4 to the number before that number
B. add 3 to the number before that number
C. multiply the number before that number by 3
D. multiply the last 2 numbers

200What is D. 3,512?
Derek reads that the population of his city is 575,204. Last year, the population was 571,692. By how much did the population in Derek’s city increase from last year to this year?
A. 4,612
B. 3,612
C. 4,692
D. 3,512

200What is B 2/3 > 1/2?
Which inequality below correctly compares the fractions of blades that are shaded gray?
See illustration.
A. 2/3 < 1/2
B. 2/3 > 1/2
C. 3/2 < 2/1
D. 3/2 > 2/1

200What is C. 600 square feet?
Mr. Hanson is getting new carpet in his classroom. Which is the best estimate of the total amount of carpet needed to cover the entire floor of his classroom?
A. 6 square feet
B. 6 square inches
C. 600 square feet
D. 600 square inches

300What is four?
How many lines of symmetry do all squares have?

300What is C. 21?
Elijah made a pattern using squares for his social studies project on pyramids. The first four figures in the pattern are shown below.
See illustration.
If Elijah continues the pattern, what should be the total number of squares in Figure 5?
A. 16
B. 15
C. 21
D. 22

300What is D. ___ X 4 = 24?
A group of 24 people is getting on a roller coaster. Each car of the roller coaster can hold 4 people. Which equation could be used to find the number of roller coaster cars needed to hold all 24 people?
A. 24 + 4 =___ B. 24 X 4 = ___
C. ___+ 4 = 24 D. ___ X 4 = 24

300What is D. 1/2 1/4 1/6 1/8?
What is the correct order of these fractions from GREATEST to LEAST?
A. 1/4 1/6 1/2 1/8
B. 1/8 1/6 1/4 1/2
C. 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/6
D. 1/2 1/4 1/6 1/8

300What is D. 10?
Mr. Lee has 5 students in his chess club. He will put them in pairs to play a game of chess. The chart below shows the names of the students in the club.
STUDENTS IN CHESS CLUB
Charles
Erin
Gayle
Paco
Lamar
What is the total number of different pairs of two students that can be made?
A. 8
B. 6
C. 4
D. 10

400What is B. a hexagon?
Which shape has six sides and six vertices?
A. pentagon
B. hexagon
C. octogon
D. decagon

400What is B. 6 + 2?
There is a relationship between the number of the shape and the number of sides that each shape has. If this same pattern continues, which expression below can be used to find the number of sides of Shape 6 ?
Shape 1 Shape 2 Shape 3 Shape 4 Shape 5 Shape 6
Triangle Square Pentagon Hexagon > ? A. 6 + 1 B. 6 + 2
C. 6 X 1 D. 6 X 2

400What is D. 80,000?
As of 2008, the number of seats at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida, was 88,548. At a certain event, 9,325 of the seats were empty. Which is the best estimate of the number of seats that were NOT empty at the event?
A. 110,000
B. 100,000
C. 90,000
D. 80,000

400What is two sixths?
What is an equivalent fraction to one third?
A. one half
B. two sixths
C. two nineths
D. three sixths

400What is B. 8?
How many different combinations can be made with two shirts and four shorts?
Shirts Shorts
Black Red
White Yellow
Green
Blue
A. 6
B. 8
C. 10
D. 12

500What is D. stop sign?
Which shape has the most lines of symmetry?
A. heart
B. moon
C. speed limit sign
D. stop sign

500What is D. 15 + 10w?
Janelle has saved $15 for a new bike. She will save $10 more each week.
•Let w represent the number of weeks.
Which expression represents the total amount of money Janelle will have saved in w weeks?
A. w(10 + 15) B. 15w + 10
C. (w + 15)10 D. 15 + 10w

500What is B. 28?
Megan’s father won first place in a bicycle race. The race was divided into equal sections, each measuring exactly 7 miles in length. Which number could be the total number of miles of the race?
A. 17
B. 28
C. 43
D. 54

500What is A. 7/3?
What is an improper fraction for the mixed number 2 1/3?
See illustration
A. 7/3
B. 7/7
C. 7/6
D. 7/9

500What is B. 5,000?
Ms. Kasper is ordering pencils for the students taking the FCAT. The table below shows the number of pencils needed for students at each of the grade levels.
Grade Level Pencils Needed
3rd 1,789
4th 1,032
5th 2,119
Which is the best estimate of the total number of pencils Ms. Kasper needs to order for all 3 grade levels?
A. 4,000
B. 5,000
C. 7,000
D. 6,000
