Operations & Algebra

Geometry

Measurement & Data

100

Lily made some cookies, as shown.

Lily made 22 times as many cookies as Tommy made. How many cookies did Tommy make?

- A. 12
- B. 24
- C. 36
- D. 48

What is A. 12?

100

Which of the following shapes has more than one line of symmetry?

- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

What is D.?

100

A rectangle has a width of 5 inches and a length of 4 inches.

Which of these equations shows the perimeter, in inches, of the rectangle?

- A. 5+4=9
- B. 5×4=20
- C. 2+5×2+4=16
- D. 2×5+2×4=18

What is D. ?

200

Diego solved math problems each day for one week.

- On the first day, he solved 10 math problems.
- On the second day, he solved 15 math problems.
- On the third day, he solved 20 math problems.

Each day, Diego continued to solve 55 more math problems than the day before. On which day did he solve 35 math problems?

- A. the fourth day
- B. the fifth day
- C. the sixth day
- D. the seventh day

What is C. the sixth day?

200

A triangle is shown.

What is the total number of acute angles the triangle appears to have?

What is 2?

300

An expression is shown.

372,068−8,329

Which of these numbers is the difference of the expression?

- A.
363,739

- B.
364,341

- C.
364,749

- D.
366,341

What is A. 363, 739?

300

A student created this figure by drawing line segments and angles.

Did the student use the line segments and angles in the table to create the figure?

Select “Yes” or “No” for each line segment or angle.

line segment PR

line segment PQ

angle SPQ

angle SQR

What is No, Yes, Yes, No?

300

This dot plot shows the amounts of time, in hours, it took a student to complete ten different puzzles last week.

The three puzzles that took the greatest amount of time were completed by the student on Saturday.

What was the total amount of time, in hours, it took the student to complete the three puzzles on Saturday?

- A.
2 1/2 hours

- B.
2 hours

- C.
3/4 hour

- D.
1/4 hour

What is A. 2 1/2 hours?

400

Use these decimal numbers to create three comparison statements that are true.

A. .54 > .78

.6 < .65

.76 >.52

B. .54 > .52

.6 < .78

.76 > .65

C. .54 > .52

.6 < .65

.76 > .78

What is B. ?

400

A triangle is shown.

How many lines of symmetry does the triangle have?

What is 1?

500

Round the number 44,285 to the nearest hundred, the nearest thousand, and the nearest ten thousand.

Write “True” or “False” for each statement.

Statement

1. 44,285 rounded to the nearest hundred is 44,200.

2. 44,285 rounded to the nearest thousand is 44,000.

3. 44,285 rounded to the nearest ten thousand is 40,000.

What is False, True, True?