Addition
Example: Add 3,208 and 6,251.
1) 9,059 2) 9,359 3) 9,459 4) 9,559
Answer: 9,459

Example:
1) 9,530 2) 10,520 3) 10,530 4) 10,630
Answer: 10,530

Example: A printer can print a maximum of 125 pages in an hour. Another printer can print a maximum of 160 pages in an hour. What would be the maximum number of pages both the printers can print together in one hour?
1) 175 2) 185 3) 275 4) 285
Answer: 285

Example: ____ + 2,415 = 3,096
1) 581 2) 681 3) 682 4) 781
Answer: 681

Example: Estimate the following by first rounding off each number to the nearest hundred, and then solving: 4,278 + 1,413
1) 5,600 2) 5,690 3) 5,700 4) 5,800
Answer: 5,700

Example: Austin bought a bike that cost $868 and a PS3 that cost $545. Estimate the total cost of the bike and the PS3 by first rounding off the cost of each item to the nearest ten and then adding.
1) $1,400 2) $1,410 3) $1,413 4) $1,420
Answer: $1,420

Example: Find the sum: 65 + 219 + 32 + 1,097
1) 1,403 2) 1,413 3) 1,419 4) 1,423
Answer: 1,413

Example: A department store has multifloor parking. If 225 vehicles can be parked on level P1, 125 vehicles on level P2 and 105 vehicles on level P3, how many vehicles in all can be parked in the parking space of the department store?
1) 355 2) 425 3) 455 4) 465
Answer: 455


Subtraction
Example: Find the difference between 4,452 and 2,111.
1) 2,341 2) 2,363 3) 2,441 4) 6,561
Answer: 2,341

Example: Subtract 784 from 2,059.
1) 1,205 2) 1,225 3) 1,275 4) 1,725
Answer: 1,275

Example: In an online examination, out of the given 150 multiplechoice questions, Alexandra answered 121 correctly. If she attempted all the questions, how many questions did she answer wrong?
1) 21 2) 29 3) 31 4) 39
Answer: 29

Example: 746 – _____= 137
1) 529 2) 609 3) 611 4) 619
Answer: 609

Example: Estimate the following by first rounding off each number to the nearest thousand, and then solving: 7,454 – 3,768
1) 2,000 2) 3,000 3) 3,700 4) 4,000
Answer: 3,000

Example: 5,725 – 1,062 – 820 – 31
1) 3,022 2) 3,812 3) 3,822 4) 3,923
Answer: 3,812

Example: Mrs. Martin had $1,950. She spent $850 to buy a couch for her living room and $315 to buy a microwave for her kitchen. How much money does Mrs. Martin have left with her now?
1) $775 2) $785 3) $885 4) $1,055
Answer: $785
 

Multiplication
Example: Which of the following shows next 4 multiples of 7: 7, 14, __, __, __, __?
1) 21, 27, 35, 42 2) 21, 28, 35, 42 3) 21, 29, 35, 42 4) 21, 28, 42, 49
Answer: 21, 28, 35, 42

Example: Which of the following is the group of the first two common multiples of 4 and 5?
1) 12 and 20 2) 20 and 25 3) 20 and 30 4) 20 and 40
Answer: 20 and 40

Example: How many arrows are there in the following figure?
1) 16 2) 20 3) 24 4) 28
Answer: 20

Example: 17 X 5 = 5 X ____
1) 5 2) 15 3) 17 4) 25
Answer: 17

Example: 9 X 8 x 1 = 1 X ____
1) 62 2) 63 3) 72 4) 81
Answer: 72

Example: Solve: 12 x 5 x 0
1) 0 2) 17 3) 60 4) 72
Answer: 0

Example: Multiply by using associative property: (9 x 8) x 5
1) 260 2) 340 3) 360 4) 380
Answer: 360

Example: 6 x _____ = 54
1) 7 2) 8 3) 9 4) 12
Answer: 9

Example: The math worksheets in a book have 25 questions each on multiplication. If Jason solved 6 such worksheets, which multiplication sentence shows the total number of multiplication questions solved by Jason?
1) 25 x 5 = 125 2) 25 x 6 = 150 3) 30 x 5 = 150 4) 30 x 6 = 180
Answer: 25 x 6 = 150

Example: Multiply 40 and 120.
1) 360 2) 480 3) 3,600 4) 4,800
Answer: 4,800

Example: Find the product: 6 x 3 x 9
1) 112 2) 142 3) 162 4) 172
Answer: 162

Example: The cafeteria workers at a school work for 5 hours a day, five days a week. If they make $10 per hour, how much money does each worker make in a week?
1) $100 2) $150 3) $200 4) $250
Answer: $250

Example: Round off each number to the nearest ten and then multiply: 39 x 32
1) 900 2) 1,000 3) 1,200 4) 1,600
Answer: 1,200

Example: Which of the following multiplication fact is related to 28 ÷ 7?
1) 7 X 2 = 28 2) 3 X 7 = 28 3) 7 X 4 = 28 4) 7 X 5 = 28
Answer: 7 X 4 = 28

Example: There are 21 rows of chairs in a hall and 12 chairs in each row. How can you find the total number of chairs in the hall?
1) Add the number of rows of chairs to the number of chairs in each row. 2) Multiply the number of rows of chairs by the number of chairs in each row. 3) Divide the number of rows of chairs by the number of chairs in each row. 4) Divide the number of chairs in each row by the number of rows of chairs.
Answer: Multiply the number of rows of chairs by the number of chairs in each row.
 

Division
Example: Which of the following shows all the factors of 15?
1) 3, 5 2) 1, 3, 5, 15 3) 1, 3, 5, 9, 15 4) 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15
Answer: 1, 3, 5, 15

Example: Which of the following is a common factor of 9 and 15?
1) 3 2) 4 3) 5 4) 6
Answer: 3

Example: How many groups of 5 arrows each, can be made from all the arrows shown below in the figure?
1) 7 2) 8 3) 9 4) 10
Answer: 8

Example: ___ ÷ 12 = 7
1) 72 2) 74 3) 84 4) 86
Answer: 84

Example: Solve: 52 ÷ 1
1) 0 2) 1 3) 25 4) 52
Answer: 52

Example: Use the division properties and find the quotient: 97 ÷ 97
1) 0 2) 1 3) 97 4) 98
Answer: 1

Example: Which of the following is divisible by 6?
1) 74 2) 86 3) 96 4) 106
Answer: 96

Example: Dividend 154 and divisor 11
1) 9 2) 12 3) 14 4) 24
Answer: 14

Example: Find the remainder: Dividend 60 and divisor 9
1) 5 2) 6 3) 7 4) 8
Answer: 6

Example: Lauren distributed 35 candies equally to her friends. If she distributed the candies equally among 6 friends, which of the following is correct?
1) Each friend got 5 candies and 4 were left over. 2) Each friend got 5 candies and 5 were left over. 3) Each friend got 6 candies and 4 were left over. 4) Each friend got 6 candies and 5 were left over.
Answer: Each friend got 5 candies and 5 were left over.

Example: Estimate the quotient by first rounding off the numbers to the nearest ten and then dividing: 538 ÷ 62
1) 8 2) 9 3) 80 4) 90
Answer: 9

Example: There are 42 students in a class. They need a total of $518 for a field trip. Estimate the amount of money each student should contribute for the field trip by first rounding off the total money needed for the field trip and the number of students in the class to the nearest ten and then dividing.
1) $9 2) $11 3) $13 4) $14
Answer: $13

Example: Which of the following division fact is related to 8 X 9?
1) 68 ÷ 8 = 9 2) 72 ÷ 9 = 8 3) 76 ÷ 8 = 9 4) 84 ÷ 9 = 8
Answer: 72 ÷ 9 = 8

Example: Mr. Wilson had $985 in his wallet. He paid the telephone bill in advance for six months with cash and was left with $295. If his telephone bill was a fixed amount of money each month, how much money did Mr. Wilson pay for each month?
1) $110 2) $115 3) $120 4) $125
Answer: $115


Number Concepts
Example: Choose “Forty five thousand, six hundred eighty nine” in figures.
1) 45,089 2) 45,689 3) 450,689 4) 40,000,5,000, 600,89
Answer: 45,689

Example: Which of the following shows 75,909 in words?
1) Seven five, nine zero nine 2) Seven thousand, nine hundred nine 3) Seventy thousand, five thousand nine hundred nine 4) Seventy five thousand, nine hundred nine
Answer: Seventy five thousand, nine hundred nine

Example: Five hundred five thousand, one hundred two candidates appeared for an exam. Three thousand, one hundred of those candidates did not qualify for the exam. Which of the following shows the number of candidates who qualified for the exam?
1) 50,002 2) 302,002 3) 501,002 4) 502,002
Answer: 502,002

Example: The table below shows the areas of five states in the US.According to the table, which is the largest state in total area?
1) Texas 2) Alaska 3) Montana 4) California
Answer: Alaska

Example: Which of the following is correct?
1) 6,345 < 6,325 2) 6,345 > 6,325 3) 6,345 > 6,354 4) 6,345 < 6,025
Answer: 6,345 > 6,325

Example: Container A has 6,342 gallons of water. Container B has 6,423 gallons of water. Container C has 6,432 gallons of water. Which statement is true about the quantity of the water in the containers?
1) Container A has more water than Container B. 2) Container B has more water than Container A. 3) Container B has more water than Container C. 4) Container A has more water than Container C.
Answer: Container B has more water than Container A.

Example: Which of the following shows the set of three digit numbers arranged from least to greatest?
1) 207, 534, 975, 753 2) 534, 207, 753, 975 3) 975, 753, 534, 207 4) 207, 534, 753, 975
Answer: 207, 534, 753, 975

Example: Diameter of the planet Venus is 7,521 miles, diameter of the planet Earth is 7,926 miles and diameter of the planet Mars is 4,222 miles. Which of the following shows the names of the planets arranged from greatest to least according to their diameters?
1) Earth, Venus, Mars 2) Earth, Mars, Venus 3) Venus, Mars, Earth 4) Mars, Venus, Earth
Answer: Earth, Venus, Mars

Example: Find the next number in the sequence below: 9,112, 9,322, 9,532, 9,742, _____
1) 9,852 2) 9,862 3) 9,952 4) 9,962
Answer: 9,952

Example: Round off 48,792 to the nearest hundred.
1) 48,000 2) 48,700 3) 48,800 4) 49,000
Answer: 48,800

Example: An organization has 45,892 employees. The management is planning to gift a watch to each of its employees on the occasion of the company’s Silver Jubilee. Find the estimated number of watches the management should purchase to the nearest thousand.
1) 40,000 2) 45,000 3) 46,000 4) 56,000
Answer: 46,000
 

Place value
Example: In the number 295,741, the digit ____ is in the ten thousands place.
1) 2 2) 5 3) 7 4) 9
Answer: 9

Example: What is the place value of digit 4 in the number 345,769?
1) 1,000 2) 4,000 3) 10,000 4) 40,000
Answer: 40,000

Example: Write the largest fivedigit number.
Answer: 99,999

Example: Which of the following shows 17,472 in expanded form?
1) 1,000 + 700 + 400 + 70 + 2 2) 10,000 + 7,000 + 40 + 2 3) 10,000 + 7,000 + 400 + 70 + 2 4) 10,000 + 70,000 + 400 + 70 + 2
Answer: 10,000 + 7,000 + 400 + 70 + 2

Example: A clothing store had 125,170 shirts and 10,103 sweaters in their collection. Which of the following shows the total numbers of shirts and sweaters the clothing store had in their collection in expanded form?
1) 100,000 + 30,000 + 5,000 + 70 + 3 2) 10,000 + 3,000 + 5,000 + 200 + 70 + 3 3) 100,000 + 30,000 + 5,000 + 200 + 70 + 3 4) 100,000 + 30,000 + 5,000 + 200 + 3
Answer: 100,000 + 30,000 + 5,000 + 200 + 70 + 3

Example: Find the value of 10,000 + 3,000 + 500 + 20 + 2 =_______
1) 13,502 2) 13,522 3) 53,122 4) 130,522
Answer: 13,522

Example: What is the smallest 4digit number that can be made with the digits 6, 8, 5, and 2, when each digit can be used only once?
1) 2,568 2) 2,586 3) 2,658 4) 2,865
Answer: 2,568

Example: What is the greatest 5digit number that can be made with the digits 4, 9, 5, 3 and 7, when each digit can be used only once?
1) 75,953 2) 79,543 3) 97,453 4) 97,543
Answer: 97,543


Time
Example: Which digital clock shows the same time as that shown in the analog clock?
Answer:

Example: A clock shows 3:30 in the afternoon. Which of the following shows this time on a 24hour clock?
1) 3:30 hours 2) 13:30 hours 3) 15:00 hours 4) 15:30 hours
Answer: 15:30 hours

Example: Rachel completed her Math homework in 180 minutes. How many hours did she take to complete her work?
1) 2 hours 2) 2 hours 30 minutes 3) 3 hours 4) 3 hours 30 minutes
Answer: 3 hours

Example: How many minutes are there in 2 hours 25 minutes?
1) 27 minutes 2) 85 minutes 3) 135 minutes 4) 145 minutes
Answer: 145 minutes

Example: What time is it 3 hours 30 minutes before 4:15 P.M.?
1) 7:45 A.M. 2) 11:15 A.M. 3) 11:45 P.M. 4) 12:45 P.M.
Answer: 12:45 P.M.

Example: Mrs. Haley spent 3 hour 15 minutes to decorate a room for her daughter’s birthday party. If she completed decorating the room at 2:30 P.M., what time did she start decorating the room?
1) 11:00 P.M. 2) 11:15 A.M. 3) 11:30 A.M. 4) 11:45 A.M.
Answer: 11:15 A.M.

Example: Find the end time: Starting time: 9:15 P.M. Elapsed time: 3 hour 15 minutes
1) 10:15 A.M. 2) 12:30 P.M. 3) 12:30 A.M. 4) 10:30 P.M.
Answer: 12:30 A.M.

Example: Logan started writing a book report at 10:30 A.M. He finished writing eight pages of the book report at 1:15 P.M. How much time did he take to write those eight pages?
1) 2 hours 15 minutes 2) 2 hours 45 minutes 3) 3 hours 15 minutes 4) 3 hours 45 minutes
Answer: 2 hours 45 minutes

Example: 3 weeks 3 days = _____ days
1) 17 2) 21 3) 23 4) 24
Answer: 24

Example: What is the number of days from August 16 to September 14 in the same year?
1) 26 days 2) 28 days 3) 29 days 4) 30 days
Answer: 29 days

Example: Jessica’s birthday is on January 21. Julia’s birthday is on March 13. After how many days of Jessica’s birthday is Julia’s birthday in year 2008?
1) 49 days 2) 51 days 3) 54 days 4) 55 days
Answer: 51 days

Example: What is the date 2 weeks before January 5?
1) December 22 2) December 23 3) January 22 4) January 23
Answer: December 22

Example: Megan’s younger sister was vaccinated on December 2 and her next vaccination is due after 2 months. Which of the following should be the next vaccination date?
1) January 2 2) February 2 3) March 2 4) April 2
Answer: February 2
 

Fractions
Example: How many quarters make a whole?
1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4
Answer: 4




Example: Which of the following is a set of like fractions?
Answer:

Example: Which of the following is a set of unlike fractions?
Answer:



Example: Which of the following fraction sets are equivalent?
Answer:


Example: Which of the following is correct?
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Answer:

Example: Which of the following is correct?
Answer:

Example: Cameron had some money with him. He gave one eighth of the money to Noah, half of the money to Austin and three eighth of the money to Justin. Who got the most money?
1) Noah 2) Austin 3) Justin 4) None
Answer: Austin

Example: Which of the following shows fractions arranged from greatest to least?
Answer:

Example: Select the group in which fractions are arranged from least to greatest.
Answer:

Example:
1) Jennifer, Jasmine, Haley 2) Jasmine, Haley, Jennifer 3) Haley, Jennifer, Jasmine 4) Haley, Jasmine, Jennifer
Answer: Haley, Jasmine, Jennifer


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Example: What is the value of eight elevenths minus two elevenths?
1) Ten elevenths 2) Six elevenths 3) Two elevenths 4) Eight elevenths
Answer: Six elevenths

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Example:
1) 18 2) 20 3) 21 4) 24
Answer: 21

Example:
1) 3 2) 4 3) 8 4) 9
Answer: 4


Data and Graph
Example: David’s parents are worried that he plays too much video game. They asked David to keep a log of how much video game he played over a week’s time. Shown below is David’s log for a week. According to his log, how many hours of video game did he play in the whole week?
1) 14 hours 2) 16 hours 3) 18 hours 4) 19 hours
Answer: 19 hours

Example: The table below shows the number of seeds planted by fourth grade students in a garden. Study the table and find how many total students planted either 1 or 4 seeds in the garden.
1) 6 2) 10 3) 18 4) 20
Answer: 10

Example: The table given below shows the number of toy cars sold by a toy store from January to June of a year. Study the table and find the value of “?” given in the table below.
1) 30 2) 35 3) 40 4) 45
Answer: 40

Example: William is practicing soccer for an interschool tournament. He played soccer for 40 minutes on Friday, 30 minutes on Saturday, 50 minutes on Sunday, 0 minutes on Monday, 25 minutes on Tuesday and 45 minutes on Wednesday. Which line graph correctly shows the data?
Answer:

Example: The bar graph below shows the number of stamps collected by 6 students for their stamp collection project. Study the graph given below and find the difference between the number of stamps collected by Haley and Andrew.
1) 40 2) 60 3) 70 4) 80
Answer: 70

Example: The double graph below shows Sarah’s expenditure on different items for two months. Study the graph and find how much more money did Sarah spend on groceries than she did on utilities in April.
1) $50 2) $100 3) $150 4) $200
Answer: $200

Example: Mrs. Martin, a fourth grade Math teacher conducted a quiz in two of her 4th grade classes. Mrs. Martin made the line plot given below to make a note of points scored by the students. Choose true or false on the basis of the line plot given below: 10 students scored more than 6 points in the quiz.
1) True 2) False
Answer: False

Example: Which is the best type of graph to show the population of a country over the past 50 years?
1) Bar graph 2) Double bar graph 3) Circle graph 4) Line graph
Answer: Line graph

 

Statistics
Example: Find the range for the given set of data: 4, 6, 11 and 2
1) 6 2) 7 3) 8 4) 9
Answer: 9

Example: The table below shows the dollar amounts Jessica earned each day during a three day bake sale. Study the table given below and find the mean of the money she earned in a day.
1) 10 2) 12 3) 14 4) 18
Answer: 12

Example: Robert recorded the points scored by his classmates in a quiz. The points are given below. Find the median for the given set of data. 5, 8, 8, 6, 7 and 9
1) 7 2) 7.5 3) 8 4) 8.5
Answer: 7.5

Example: Find the mode of the given set of data. “9 10 7 10 3 3 7 10”
1) 3 2) 7 3) 9 4) 10
Answer: 10

Example: The stemandleaf plot shown below represents the points scored by the students of a class in their midterm exams. Study the stemandleaf plot and list the top 3 points scored in the midterm exam.
1) 26, 34, 43 2) 80, 74, 68 3) 74, 68, 65 4) 87, 86, 80
Answer: 87, 86, 80

Example: The stem and leaf plot below shows the funds raised by Ashley from people in her neighborhood for American cancer society. Study the stemandleaf plot and find the range of the data set given below.
1) 43 2) 44 3) 45 4) 46
Answer: 45


Probability
Example: In a random drawing of one marble from a bag of marbles, which of the following event is certain?
1) Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has only blue marbles. 2) Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has green and red marbles. 3) Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has blue, green and red marbles. 4) Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has only red marbles.
Answer: Pulling out a red marble from a bag that has only red marbles.

Example: If you pick a marble at random from the marbles given below, how likely is it that you will pick a blue one?
1) Certain 2) Most likely 3) Least likely 4) Impossible
Answer: Most likely

Example: How likely is it that the pointer in the spinner below will stop on green?
1) Certain 2) Most likely 3) Least likely 4) Impossible
Answer: Least likely

Example: Choose “Certain” or “Impossible” for the event given below: Pulling out a black pen from a box with all red pens.
1) Certain 2) Impossible
Answer: Impossible

Example: If you pick one marble from the marbles below without looking, which of the following is the most likely outcome?
1) Picking a green marble 2) Picking a gray marble 3) Picking a blue marble 4) Picking an orange marble
Answer: Picking a gray marble

Example: Brandon is planning his workout. He can either skate or run. For each activity, he can go over the hills or into the valley. How many different combinations of workout can Brandon choose from?
1) 2 combinations 2) 3 combinations 3) 4 combinations 4) 6 combinations
Answer: 4 combinations




Geometry
Example: Which quadrilateral has 2 pairs of parallel lines?
Answer:

Example: Mary cut a paper to make a cover page for her assignment. The cover page has 4 sides, and each side forms a right angle to the adjacent side. The opposite sides of the cover page are parallel and equal to each other. Which of the following figures could be the shape of the cover page Mary made for her assignment?
Answer:

Example: How many line segments are intersecting AD in the figure given below?
1) 0 2) 1 3) 2 4) 3
Answer: 2

Example: According to the figure given below which of these are acute angles?
1) Angle EHD and angle CHE 2) Angle EHD and angle DHI 3) Angle BIH and angle AIF 4) Angle BIF and angle CHE
Answer: Angle BIF and angle CHE

Example: Find the measure of the unknown marked angle in the following figure.
1) 40 2) 60 3) 70 4) 80
Answer: 60

Example: Which figure below is a hexagon?
Answer:

Example: Which quadrilateral has 4 sides of equal length and four right angles?
Answer:

Example: Find the perimeter of the figure given below:
1) 25 cm 2) 26 cm 3) 27 cm 4) 28 cm
Answer: 27 cm

Example: A dance group needs to buy a rope to form a rectangle. The rectangle has to be at least 12 feet long and 15 feet wide. What is the minimum length of a rope that the dance group should buy?
1) 48 feet 2) 52 feet 3) 54 feet 4) 56 feet
Answer: 54 feet

Example: Find the perimeter of the shaded rectangle given below.
1) 18 units 2) 20 units 3) 22 units 4) 24 units
Answer: 20 units

Example: Find the value of x if the perimeter of the rectangle given below is 14 cm.
1) 1 cm 2) 2 cm 3) 3 cm 4) 4 cm
Answer: 2 cm

Example: Find the area of the rectangle given below:
1) 28 sq. inches 2) 30 sq. inches 3) 36 sq. inches 4) 40 sq. inches
Answer: 36 sq. inches

Example: Olivia's study room is 5 meters wide and 6 meters long. She wants to buy a brown carpet that costs $15 per square meter for the room. How much will it cost to buy enough carpet for her study room?
1) $330 2) $350 3) $420 4) $450
Answer: $450

Example: Which of the following is a triangular prism?
Answer:

Example: Jack made a 3dimensional model out of a wooden board. The model had 7 faces, 10 vertices and 15 edges. Which model could Jack have made?
1) Triangular pyramid 2) Rectangular prism 3) Hexagonal prism 4) Pentagonal prism
Answer: Pentagonal prism

Example: Choose the name and number of the faces on the threedimensional figure given below.
1) 1 circle, 4 triangles 2) 1 square, 4 triangles 3) 1 triangle, 4 squares 4) 1 rectangle, 4 triangles
Answer: 1 square, 4 triangles

Example: Choose the right figure that is made with the net given below:
1) Rectangular prism 2) Triangular prism 3) Square pyramid 4) Cylinder
Answer: Triangular prism

Example: Which of the following pair of figures is congruent?
Answer:

Example: Identify the object which is symmetrical.
Answer:

Example: Which alphabet has more than one line of symmetry?
1) A 2) B 3) M 4) O
Answer: O

Example: Which type of transformation is shown in the figure below?
1) Translation 2) Rotation 3) Reflection 4) None of the above
Answer: Translation

Example: Erin wants to cover her study table with mats. If she needs 10 mats of 12 inches by 8 inches to cover the table, what is the area of her study table?
1) 860 square inches 2) 920 square inches 3) 960 square inches 4) 980 square inches
Answer: 960 square inches


Decimals
Example: Choose a decimal to represent the colored part of the figure given below:
1) 0.085 2) 0.15 3) 0.85 4) 8.5
Answer: 0.85

Example: Choose a decimal for the given number: Twenty one and five hundredths
1) 0.215 2) 21.005 3) 21.05 4) 21.5
Answer: 21.05

Example: In the number 32.561, which digit is in the tenths place?
1) 1 2) 2 3) 5 4) 6
Answer: 5

Example:
1) 0.02 2) 0.08 3) 0.2 4) 0.8
Answer: 0.8


Example: Choose “True” or “False”: 31.06 > 31.60
1) True 2) False
Answer: False

Example: Order the following decimals from greatest to least. 7.57, 7.05, 7.75, 7.50
1) 7.75, 7.57, 7.05, 7.50 2) 7.57, 7.75, 7.50, 7.05 3) 7.75, 7.57, 7.50, 7.05 4) 7.05, 7.50, 7.57, 7.75
Answer: 7.75, 7.57, 7.50, 7.05

Example: Lauren, Sara, Anna and Andrea participated in a swimming competition. Lauren took 40.8 seconds, Sara 40.75 seconds, Anna 40.79 seconds and Andrea 40.82 seconds to complete one lap of the swimming pool. Which of the following option best represents the names of the girls arranged from fastest to the slowest participant?
1) Sara, Anna, Lauren, Andrea 2) Sara, Anna, Andrea, Lauren 3) Sara, Lauren, Anna, Andrea 4) Andrea, Lauren, Anna, Sara
Answer: Sara, Anna, Lauren, Andrea

Example:
1) 53.503 2) 53.593 3) 53.603 4) 53.99
Answer: 53.603

Example: Austin needs to mail 3 items to his grandma. The weight of the first item is 21.30 ounces, the weight of the second item is 15.21 ounces and the weight of the third item is 42.25 ounces. What is the total weight of all the three items that Austin needs to mail to his grandma?
1) 76.76 ounces 2) 77.56 ounces 3) 78.76 ounces 4) 79.76 ounces
Answer: 78.76 ounces

Example: Subtract:
1) 11.36 2) 12.34 3) 12.36 4) 12.46
Answer: 12.36

Example: Morgan bought 3 kittens for $42.80 from a pet shop. Two of the kittens were on sale for $11.20 each. How much money did Morgan pay for the third kitten?
1) $18.4 2) $20.4 3) $21.4 4) $31.4
Answer: $20.4

Example: Find the product of 5 and 2.9.
1) 10.5 2) 12.5 3) 14.5 4) 15.5
Answer: 14.5

Example: Amber bought 6 bottles of apple juice. If each bottle was for $1.4, how much money did Amber pay in all for the juice bottles?
1) $6.4 2) $7.4 3) $8.4 4) $9.4
Answer: $8.4

Example: Choose the correct decimal for the mixed number:
1) 31.0003 2) 31.003 3) 31.03 4) 31.3
Answer: 31.003

Example:
1) 38.3 2) 38.4 3) 39.3 4) 39.11
Answer: 38.3

Example:
1) 120.5 cm 2) 121.5 cm 3) 121.6 cm 4) 122.5 cm
Answer: 121.5 cm

Example: Round off 102.28 to the nearest tenth.
1) 100 2) 102.2 3) 102.3 4) 103
Answer: 102.3

Example: 12.12, 13.32, ___, 15.72, 16.92
1) 13.52 2) 14.22 3) 14.42 4) 14.52
Answer: 14.52

Example: Matthew purchased a microwave and paid $75 as down payment. He paid the rest of the money in 5 equal installments. If the cost of the microwave was $320.50, how much money did he pay in each installment?
1) $45.10 2) $47.10 3) $48.25 4) $49.10
Answer: $49.10


Measurement
Example: Convert 72 inches in feet.
1) 4 feet 2) 5 feet 3) 5 feet 6 inches 4) 6 feet
Answer: 6 feet

Example: Charles collects stamps as a hobby. He pastes his stamps on sheets of 2.5 feet by 2 feet. If each stamp is 3 inches by 4 inches in size, how many stamps can he paste on one sheet without leaving any extra space on the sheet?
1) 55 2) 60 3) 65 4) 70
Answer: 60

Example: Which of the following is equal to 43 inches?
1) 3 feet 5 inches 2) 3 feet 6 inches 3) 3 feet 7 inches 4) 3 feet 9 inches
Answer: 3 feet 7 inches

Example: How many ounces are there in 4 lbs?
1) 54 ounces 2) 56 ounces 3) 64 ounces 4) 74 ounces
Answer: 64 ounces

Example: Julia made 12 soft toys for a fundraiser sale. If she used 20 ounces of stuffing for each soft toy, how many pounds of stuffing did Julia use to make all 12 soft toys?
1) 14 pounds 2) 14 pounds 2 ounces 3) 15 pounds 4) 16 pounds
Answer: 15 pounds

Example: Which of the following is equal to 85 oz?
1) 4 lbs 5 oz 2) 5 lbs 3 oz 3) 5 lbs 4 oz 4) 5 lbs 5 oz
Answer: 5 lbs 5 oz

Example: How many pints are there in 96 fl oz?
1) 4 pints 2) 5 pints 3) 6 pints 4) 12 pints
Answer: 6 pints

Example: Megan bought a fish aquarium that holds 24 gallons of water. If she filled the aquarium to half its capacity with water, how many quarts of water did she use?
1) 36 quarts 2) 48 quarts 3) 64 quarts 4) 96 quarts
Answer: 48 quarts

Example: Which of the following is equal to 15 cups?
1) 110 fl oz 2) 115 fl oz 3) 120 fl oz 4) 130 fl oz
Answer: 120 fl oz

Example: 54 fl oz + 1 pint = ____ fl oz
1) 60 2) 62 3) 68 4) 70
Answer: 70

Example: Sara made some fruit punch for her friends. She used 2.5 cups of orange juice, 1.5 cups of lemon juice, 1.5 cups of pineapple juice, 1 cup of sugar syrup, and 1 cup of water to make the punch. How many pints of ingredients did she use to make the fruit punch?
1) 2 pints 10 fl oz 2) 2 pints 12 fl oz 3) 3 pints 10 fl oz 4) 3 pints 12 fl oz
Answer: 3 pints 12 fl oz

Example: 1 mile – 520 yards = ____yards
1) 1,140 2) 1,240 3) 1,280 4) 1,340
Answer: 1,240

Example: Jason is 64 inches tall. John is 13 inches shorter than Jason. How tall is John?
1) 4 feet 2) 4 feet 1 inch 3) 4 feet 2 inches 4) 4 feet 3 inches
Answer: 4 feet 3 inches

Example: 12 oz x 4 = _____lbs
1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4
Answer: 3

Example: A fertilizer company sent out free samples of its new advanced fertilizer to its regular customers. Each sample had 12 ounces of fertilizer. If the company sent out 400 such samples to the customers, how many pounds of fertilizer did the company send out to promote the new advanced fertilizer?
1) 250 pounds 2) 300 pounds 3) 350 pounds 4) 400 pounds
Answer: 300 pounds

Example: 96 fl oz ÷ 6 = ___ cups
1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4
Answer: 2

Example: Lauren used 3 feet of lace to make four bows. If she used equal length of lace to make each bow, how many inches of lace did she use to make each bow?
1) 4 inches 2) 6 inches 3) 8 inches 4) 9 inches
Answer: 9 inches

Example: How many meters are there in 7.5 decameters?
1) 0.75 meters 2) 75 meters 3) 750 meters 4) 7,500 meters
Answer: 75 meters

Example: Steven jogs around his school's rectangular field twice everyday. If the length of the field is 6 decameters and the width is 7.5 decameters, how many meters does Steven jog everyday?
1) 440 meters 2) 450 meters 3) 520 meters 4) 540 meters
Answer: 540 meters

Example: Choose “True” or “False”: 250 cm > 2.55 m
1) True 2) False
Answer: False

Example: How many milligrams are there in 2.06 g?
1) 26 milligrams 2) 206 milligrams 3) 2,006 milligrams 4) 2,060 milligrams
Answer: 2,060 milligrams

Example: Mrs. Carter bought 2 kg of chocolate chip cookies and 3 kg 500 g of peanut butter cookies. She mixed the cookies together and divided them equally into 10 small boxes. If each box weighed the same, how many grams of cookies were there in each box?
1) 250 g 2) 450 g 3) 550 g 4) 750 g
Answer: 550 g

Example: Choose “True” or “False”: 1 kg 250 gm < 1,025 gm
1) True 2) False
Answer: False

Example: There are 3,450 milliliters in ___ liters.
1) 3.045 2) 3.45 3) 34.5 4) 345
Answer: 3.45

Example: A bucket holds 5 liters of water and a jug holds 500 milliliters of water. If Madison fills the bucket with water, how many jugs can Madison fill from the bucket?
1) 8 2) 10 3) 12 4) 15
Answer: 10

Example: Which of the following is equal to 27,100 milliliters?
1) 2 liters 710 milliliters 2) 20 liters 710 milliliters 3) 27 liters 10 milliliters 4) 27 liters 100 milliliters
Answer: 27 liters 100 milliliters

Example: A gold smith used 8 g 75 mg of gold and an emerald of 3 g 50 mg in a necklace. What is the total weight of the necklace in milligrams?
1) 11,025 milligrams 2) 11,125 milligrams 3) 11,135 milligrams 4) 12,125 milligrams
Answer: 11,125 milligrams

Example: 3,500 milliliters + 1,250 milliliters = ___ liters
1) 4.25 2) 4.65 3) 4.70 4) 4.75
Answer: 4.75

Example: 2 kg – 1 kg 65 g = _____ g
1) 350 2) 935 3) 945 4) 1,035
Answer: 935

Example: Emily and Olivia each bought a quilt for their sewing class. Emily bought a quilt that was 45.5 cm shorter than Olivia’s quilt. If Olivia’s quilt was 1 meter long, how many cm long was Emily’s quilt?
1) 54.5 cm 2) 55.5 cm 3) 64.5 cm 4) 65.5 cm
Answer: 54.5 cm

Example: 25 cm x 4 = ___ dm
1) 1 2) 10 3) 100 4) 1,000
Answer: 10

Example: Katherine pours 250 ml of water every week into each of her flowerpots. If she has 12 such flowerpots, how many liters of water does Katherine pour into these flowerpots weekly?
1) 2 liters 2) 2.5 liters 3) 3 liters 4) 3.5 liters
Answer: 3 liters

Example: 25,500 g ÷ 10 = ____ kg
1) 0.255 2) 2.55 3) 25.5 4) 255
Answer: 2.55

Example: Amber made some paper clips for her art project. She used 5 cm of wire to make each paper clip. If she made paper clips from 1 meter of wire, how many paper clips did she make for her project?
1) 10 2) 15 3) 20 4) 25
Answer: 20

