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Mathematics 100-800Diagnostic TestsCONTENTSInstructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iiMath 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1Math 200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6Math 300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11Math 400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16Math 500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21Math 600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26Math 700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31Math 800 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36Answer Keys (If included) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AK-1Student Placement Worksheet (If included) . . . . . . . . . . . .AK-12********NOTE: * * * * * * * *If provided, remove the answer key from the center section of this booklet.804 N. 2nd Ave. E., Rock Rapids, IA 51246-1759 MCMXCIX by Alpha Omega Publications, Inc. All rights reserved.LIFEPAC is a registered trademark of Alpha Omega Publications, Inc.All trademarks and/or service marks referenced in this material are the property of their respective owners. Alpha Omega Publications, Inc.makes no claim of ownership to any trademarks and/or service marks other than their own and their affiliates’, and makes no claim of affiliationto any companies whose trademarks may be listed in this material, other than their own.

MATHEMATICS100-800PLACEMENT TEST for the LIFEPAC CURRICULUMInstructionsThis test is designed to aid the teacher in proper placement of the student into the LIFEPAC curriculum.It has two sections: the Student Test and the Answer Key. The Answer Key is an insert in the Student Testand may be removed when testing begins.This is not a timed test and the student should be given an opportunity to answer each questionadequately. If the student becomes bogged down and the test seems too difficult, skip to the next section.If the test is still too difficult, this child’s academic skill level has been reached and testing may stop. Eachtest level should take no longer than one hour. Students should not use a calculator for any of the tests.Testing should begin approximately two grade levels below the student’s current or just completedgrade level. For example, a student entering fifth grade [500] should begin testing at the third grade [300]level. (Of course, a second grader could not test below the first grade level [100]). This allows for propergrade level placement as well as identification of any learning gaps that the student may have.Once the test has been administered, it is ready to be scored. The teacher or parent does all of the scoringexcept for those who are using one of our placement services. Use the Answer Key to mark all incorrectanswers on the Student Test. Next, record the total number of correct answers in the box beneath theLIFEPAC number in the left hand column. Each numbered question equals one point. When all testshave been graded, transfer the number correct by LIFEPAC to the Student Placement Worksheet on pageAK-16 of the Answer Key. Then add the total number of points per grade level.Test101 - 110501 - 510LevelLevel 1Level 5Test201 - 210601 - 610LevelLevel 2Level 6Test301 - 310701 - 710LevelLevel 3Level 7Test401 - 410801 - 810LevelLevel 4Level 8FIRST GRADE TEST ADMINISTRATORS: Test administrators may assist students in readinginstructions when necessary; however, care should be taken as too much support may alter test results.First grade students may answer questions on the test pages or the right hand column. The right handcolumn is available for test administrators to mark whether the response was correct or incorrect. Eachquestion equals one point. There are ten possible points per section. Put all answers on the blanks to theright of the questions unless instructed to do otherwise.ii

Write the missing numbers.1011.49, ,, 523.Circle the numbersgreater than 48.84, ,2., 871.2.less than 51.4.3.9362362543794.5.Circle the short one.5.3 56.2 47 06 27-37.8-25-06-36.7.8.Write the numbers in order.8.1410218 2615inches9.Measure.10.Circle the triangle.1.6 45 52 79.10.3 44 3 2.1.1 9 2.3.7-58- 310- 99-210 410 010 910 63 0 3.8 - 6 5.4.4.10 - 2 5.9 - 3 6.8.Match.48377.Circle the shape thathas an inside and outside.a.b.sevenfoureightthree6.7.Write how many.8.tens ones9.Write what comes next.10.Circle the fourth banana.1 2 3, 3 2 1, 1 2 3,9.10.1

103Circle the answer.9 – 4 ( , ) 61.3 ( , –) 5 83.Nine ( plus , minus ) four equals five.2.4.Seven minus three ( equals, is not equal to ) two.3.2.1.Write the missing word.5.4.Six plus three equals .5.6.Circle12.7.Write the time.6.o’clock:8.How manydays in a week?9.5 53 67.10-38.8-59.10.104Write in number order.10.69 68 71 67 70Write the missing numbers.1.2, , 6, , , 122.10, , 30, 40, ,3.Circle the even numbers. 1 234.Write the number. 10 3 5.Write the values for tens and ones.4567892.1080 4 6. Tell the order fromheaviest to lightest.3.4.5.75 57 dimes pennies10.Circle the answer.8 6 ( , ) 148 57 62 97 88.9.10.2

1051.63 152 314 725 42.Match the number to the word.1 2 3 4 5 62.third3.Show12.1.4.sixthCircle143.4.5.Draw what comes next.6.Write the teenthirteennineteen7.8.Mark read 2 pages in his book on Monday, 4 pageson Tuesday, and 6 pages on Wednesday. How manypages do you think he read on Thursday?8.9.23 dimes pennies9.10.How many in a dozen?1.9-510- 37-58-710.2. Add andcheck.42 635 21.2.Write a number sentence.3.3. 7, 5, 2 4. four, six, ten4.Write the missing numbers.Circle the answer.5.5, , 15, , , 306. 19 ( , ) 24 72 ( , ) 697.69 dimes nickels pennies8.Write the time.9.22 4160 355.6.73 147.8.:o’clock9.10.Ben has 4 nickels, Corey has 2 nickels, and Jason has 5 nickels.How many nickels do they have altogether?310.

1071.Circle the numbers.greater than 132.1431152.1921.less than 176.1041851603.I go to bed at night. .3.Write AM or PM.4.Write the fraction.5.Use both 7 and 2 to write a big and a little number.6.Circle the answer.3 5 ( , ) 2 44.7.2.12 11- 7 - 811- 311- 45.6.8.Four plus three ( , ) eight.9.Write 100’s, 10’s, 1’s.138 8.10.Write how many.19.7.2110.201081.13- 5517-810152014- 62516- 72.Write the time.1.:o’clock2.3.inches.Measure.3.Write the number word.4.5.345.6.Circle the closest 10’s number to 26.7.Write the te what comes next.202630100 60 5 9.Write the missingnumbers.6.7.8.9.153, , , 156,10.Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,4

109Write the family of facts for 4, 8, 12.1.1. 2.– – 3.15- 813- 549-2486-553 64.5122 162.3.4.5.6.Is 46 closer to 40 or 50?175 has a in the 10’s place.7.Write the circled part ofthe set as a fraction.5.6.7.Circle (T) for true or (F) for false.James has a dozen eggs. He fell and broke 15 of them. ( T , F )8.9.Write what comes next. April, May, June,9.10.Jamie has three dimes, two nickels, and four pennies.How much money does Jamie have?cents8.1101.10.Even numbers end in , , , , or .1.2.Circle the arrow for south.2.3.2351 15125 204.16- 879- 568- 2493- 513.4.5.6.8.Write what comes next.7 8 15,8 7 15,5.15 - 7 8Write in columns. Add or subtract.15 3 7. 18 - 6 35 14 57 - 24 Color 15 squares green.9. Draw a set of 4 triangles.Circle346.7.8.of the set.9.010.5101520Write the missing word.Fourteen minus nine equals .510.

201451.Write in words.2.6 74.Write the number in the ten’s place.5.Write the number before and after.a. 17b. 596.Write a fact family. 4, 7, 11 – 7.8.9.10.202131.1.2.9 55–017–83.Write the symbol.a. 9 ( , –) 5 4c. 6 5 ( , ) 1252 46b.d.4123 1367– 2585– 323695– 10 ( , –) 8 212 ( , ) 19b.c.32 4 21 //4.5.///6.13 – 5 d.10.1.7 – 0 2.3.Write even or odd.32 is .4.When counting by 5’s, the numbers always end in or .3.5.How many minutes in an hour?4.5.6.Write the time.39–67.89– 309.Katie had eight cookies. She gave four to Jodie.How many cookies does Katie have now?//8.Write how many. dimes nickels pennies10.////6.7.8.b.d.9.Write missing numbers. 137, , 139, , 141, ,3 5 11 3.8.Write in symbols.Fifteen minus six is not equal to eight.Seventy-four is greater than sixty-two.a.//7a.c.Kevin has 4 dimes. Lisa has 3 dimes.How many dimes do they have altogether?Find the square.2.Write the little heartsas a fraction.9.10.6/

2031.6 4 – 3 2.a. Write how many. 135 hundreds tens ones.b. Write the value. 135 .3.18 564.62 35 Are paper clips or inches standard measurements?6.Write how many. dollars dimes nickels pennies8.9.10.38Round to the nearest 10.How many oranges inWrite the sign.46b./3.4.5.//6.//7./10./498, 499, ,1./a. Write in numbers.b. Write in words.3.a. Write how many. 804 hundreds tens ones.b. Write the value. 804 .4.Write cents in coins. Use each coin. quarters dimes nickels pennies5.347 6017.Write how many.8.Find the solid shapes.2a.b.seven hundred nineteen60123 499.16 ( , ) 8 776 ( , ) 752.10./of a set of 6 oranges?Write the missing numbers.9.2a.8a.b.1.a./13one hundred four153a. Write in numbers.b. Write in words.1. 8.39– 4.155.7.20435 4915 – 7 3 65– 236.728– 5173a./b./4.//5./6./inches 1 foot feet 1 yardb.Round to the nearest 10.c.d.62/8./9./87The toy car cost 63 . You paid 6 dimes and 1 nickel.How much change did you receive?77.e.10.

20512 – 7 ( , ) 13 – 81.Write the symbols. 7 9 ( , ) 6 82.The graph tells the number of matches in the game.How many matches in Game 3?1./2.Game 301234563.3.Count by 3’s. Write the numbers.1 23 4 5 6 7 8 91011124a.4.Use all of the numbers 5, 3, and 9 to write the(a.) largest and (b.) the smallest number. 7.38155.25258 307 6.48429 1438.5.Write thetemperature.36– 6b./F6.F7./8./584– 2539.9.How many in a dozen?10.10.Write the ordinal number word for fifteen.1.2061.Write the time.2. 3.5.237 349356 2064.7122737–62– 2851271– 46Measure the sides.Write the perimeter./3./4./5.6.a. Write how many. 932 hundreds tens ones.b. Write the value. 932 .7.Write in dollars and cents. 2 dollars, five quarters, 2 dimes8.Write how many.9.Write in number order.10.2.inches 1 yard356563Name the shapethat does not belong.ounces 1 pound3655366a./b./7.8./9.//10.8

2071.Write in words.2.4024 124.146 3521.27636 249270 3453.87– 46849– 52763– 2586– 272.3.////48, 46, 44, . . .Tell the pattern.4.5.6.7.Write the months in order.JuneMayAugustJulyRound. Write the answer.If you have 58 pennies, you have close to pennies.Write how many.612248. 14hours 1 day–9.212days 1 weekWhen we count by 2’s,the numbers end in5.6.7./8./9.//, , , , or .10.//Read the graph. Write the temperature for Friday.Friday70 2081.72 74 76 78 80 10.Write the next problem in the pattern.3 0 3,3 1 4,3 2 5, 1.2.3.5 7 – 2 15 – 9 8 Complete the number sentences.15 ( , –) 8 2 514 – 6 5 ( , –) 34.Write the fewest number of coins possible.87 quarters dimes nickels pennies5.Tell the order.The triangle is the shape.6.Write the perimetermeasurement. 2 inches/4.//6.8.Tell the direction of the arrow.9.Write how many.of a set of five apples is apples.cups 1 pint365 5473. 4 inches35 4.36 2.48/5.7.10.2.452 3687.north, south, east, west8.quarts 1 gallon9./10.//53– 299

2091.Measure the rectangle.a. length b. width 1./2.a. perimeter b. area 2./3.Write the numbers in the hundreds’ place.3./4.Measure.5.Write in numbers. a. five-seventhsWrite in words.b. 496.Write the answer.7.Write the operation symbol.6 8 ( , ) 158.9.2101.2.3076094.nine hundred four3785a.b.53 6 – 7 6.14 – 6 ( , ) 87.Is the answer to the problem an even or odd number?15 6 4638647334 27 239 18727 65573732– 28– 367– 50910.37637Round to the nearest 100.615–9.//10.//1./4157502.odd even 3.a. Write in numbers.b. Write in words.five dollars and thirteen cents 8.064a.b.5.Write the values.754 6.Write the time on the digital clock.7.Add thefractions.Is the answer even or odd?4.8:16AMPM5./6. 7.8.Write the symbols to make the number sentences true. , –, a.47 41 6b. 83 5 889.Write what comes next.368 448/8.Jenny poured 3 quarts of water into a gallon container. Howmany more quarts did she need to pour to fill the container?3.10./ 4.59 3.1617, 27 ,37, 854– 619108a.b.//9. 9.52– 7.3910.//

3011.There are ten digits altogether. Write any two of the digits.1.2.3.2.3.4.Write the number words in digits.nine hundred fiveWrite the numbers in number order.3516214845315291Write the value of 7 in 783.5.8 – 6 7 5 4.6.427 38 773– 241How many inches in a foot? feet in a yard?8.Write sentences using digits and operation symbols.Seventeen minus eight is not equal to six.Four plus five is greater than twelve minus seven.10.1.2.3.4.//7./10.Write the next number in the number pattern.Write even or odd.2, 4, 6, 8, , 93– 576.9.Benny had 37 pennies. He spent 14 pennies in the gumballmachine. How many pennies does Benny have now?358 69 /8.Write an ordinal number word.Forty-six is the number in the row.51823465263547 2855.369 – 48 7.9.302243 40913 5 – 9 – 6 81 – 43 Write the value of the underlined digits.387The minuend is 86 and the subtrahend is 32.What is the difference?9041./2.//3./4.5.6.When counting by 5’s, the numbers end in or .In the fraction 45 , the 4 is the (a. denominator b. numerator).7.Write the correct symbol.9 6 ( , ) 5 816 – 8 ( , ) 5 45./6.8.9.10.Connect the end points AB, BC, CD, DA.Name the shape.Write the amount of coins in cents.7.ABDCin dollars and cents.There are 4 cookies in one box and a dozen cookiesin a second box. How many cookies are there altogether?11/8.9.10./

3031.Write the fact family for 6, 0, 6.2.Write the number in words. 7091.//2.3.457 386 932– 471625 – 308 4.ounces 1 poundpints 1 quart5.Use all of the digits 6, 3, and 8 towrite the largest number and to write the smallest number.Write a number sentence.Joseph read 8 pages in his book. Katie read 7 pages in her book.Together, they read 15 pages.6.7.8.9.10.304389 4901.2.3.pounds 1 tonquarts 1 gallonWrite fractions in digits. three-fifthsWrite the fraction that represents . . .the shaded part of the set.the whole set of wagons.832– 5466,3525./6.7./8./10.2.4.Measure line segment CD.5.cups 1 pintmonths 1 yearounces 1 pintinches 1 yardWrite the number word. 5,806Write the money in dollars and coins. 4.73Choose from dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies.CD5.6.7.8.Write Roman numerals in Arabic numerals.9.Name the solid shapes.XXVI8.9.10.Add the fractions.Write the answer in words. 10.12//3.48 rounds to23 rounds to 4.6.7.//1.954– 287Add the rounded numbers.4.9.Write the place of the underlined digit.87– 29//eight-ninthsWhat time of day does it change from Monday to Tuesday?BAMeasure line segment AB.275364 1863.//

3051. 2.3.3851248412 29–Write the temperature.ice degrees F.steam degrees F.Write the number of cookiesTommy0123that Tommy ate.cookiesAdd the rounded numbers.5.Suppose Line AB is 4 inches.Suppose Line AD is 2 inches.What is the perimeter?1.//2./15–4.6.45893.45232 rounds to486 rounds to A 2 inches 4 inchesB4.5.6.CDWrite the names of the plane shapes.Draw a line of symmetrythrough each plane shape.7.8.7.8.9.10.When adding an even and odd number together,the answer is always ( a. even b. odd ).Write Roman numerals in Arabic numerals. XIVFind the pattern. Write what comes next.3, 6, 9, 12, . . .Lisa said that vacation will begin in two months and 5 days.If it is April 9 today, what day will vacation begin?9.10.1.3061.5,386 2,4374,093 3,549836– 4679,658– 7,5422.Write the multiples of 2 from 2 to 20.seconds 1 minute square inches 1 square footdays 1 yearsquare feet 1 square yard 2 feetMeasure the perimeter.Measure the area.//2.3.4.5.6.37 27 2.36 .4169–293.4.5. 5.67 1.38//6.//7.7.8.9.10.Write in digits and operation signs.Eight plus six is not equal to five plus seven.30Tell how many2010cars are blue.0white green blueTell which drawing illustrates a line segment.an angle.a.8.9.b.Melinda had 5.34 to spend. She spent 2.63 on a drawingbook and 85 on pencils. What was her change?1310./

3071.Write multiples.3 x 5 6 x 2 2.Write in words.3.4,672– 1,9364.5.1.9 x 2 475,013– 2,39537956 2 27–316//2.3 828,708– 4,279Measure the perimeter.Measure the area.55 x 5 7,540– 2,8573.// 1 square inch4.5.596.Write in Roman numerals.7.The spinner is divided into sections that are white,gray, black, and dotted. If the spinner is turned,what is the probability it will stop on white?/6.8.67 152 because 152 – 679.Write the number of cents.1 quarter 2 dimes - 3 nickels 2 pennies7.out of8./9.10.30810.In which number does the digit 4 have the greatest value?3,4609,0044,1326,3481.Choose from faces, angles, closed lines, squares, rectangles.The sides of solid shapes are named .are formed when two lines meet at an end point.2.4 yards feet3.Find the missing numbers.1.2./3./2 gallons quarts18?4597253437?864.44.Write the fraction for the decimal.5.Write numbers for number words.four thousand, seven hundred six4.5.two thousand, eight6.6.8.9.10.33 9224 4 59 541Write the multiples.7 x 2 6 x 5 7.8,0007,003– 4,638– 3,8497.8 x 3 4 x 10 8.Circle two thirds of the set of balls.How many balls is that?Mary, Jo, and Ashlee had completed their math tests. Maryhad a score of 87. Jo scored 5 points less than Mary. Ashleescored 3 points more than Jo. What was Ashlee’s score?149.10.///

309two-ninthsseven and three-eighths1.Write in digits.2.Shade the part that shows the fraction.Write yes or no to tell if they are equal.3.6,351 93 578 4,301 – 632 4.Write the correct symbol.7 6 – 4 ( , ) 15 – 8 280 – 50 ( , ) 40 205.3468Write the temperatures. Choose from 0, 32, 100, 212.freezing degrees Fahrenheit degrees Celsius6.Write the name of the shape.a.7.Write answers to multiplication facts.6 x 3 8 x 4 10 x 5 8.Round to thousands’ place.7,3269.Write in Roman numerals.5371./2.3./4./5./6.b.7.//8./9 x 2 8,5409.10.3101.2.3.Jody had planned one hour and twenty minutes to completeher reading assignment. How many minutes was that?Round the numbers. Estimate the answer.2,469 3,571 1,963 542365 40949 6.7.8.9.10.9,003– 2,5411.8,052– 4,058Write the multiples for 4 from 4 to 40.4.5.6,391 2,885396 2781545–Write answers to multiplication facts.534x 6x 4x 7Write the perimeter.Write the area.310x 3 1 linear footThere are 10 fish in the pond. 4 are goldfish. If you went fishing,what is the probability that you would catch a goldfish?Complete the two step problem.19 – ( 6 3 ) 2.3.4.//5.//6.7.8.Find the pattern. Write what comes next.7 8 15, 8 7 15, 15 – 7 8, Jason drank 38 of his glass of milk.How much milk was there left in the glass to drink?15//67– 1 724810.9.10.out of

4011.2.3.List the digits between 0 and 5.Write a multi-digit number with 5 in the tens’ position, 6 inthe one’s position, 0 in the hundreds’ position, and 4 in thethousands’ position.In the problem 8 – 6 2, the difference is ( a. ),the minuend is ( b. ) and the subtrahend is ( c. ).4.What number is missing from the sequence? 3, 6, , 12, 15.5.Write the digits. seventy dollars and four cents6.Expand 8,059. 7.Write the number 6 in words as an ordinal number.1.2.3a.b.c.4.5.6.7.8.8.9.10.402Write the numbers 4 and 9 as a fraction with 9 as thedenominator and 4 as the numerator.Write eleven-twelfths as a fraction.Complete these facts.a. 5 x 4 b. 8 x 3 c. 2 x 9 1.2.Write the correct symbol.6,835 , 6,358748 , 7843.Round to the nearest 10. a. 854.Round the numbers to the nearest hundred. 249 Find the estimated answer. 326 5.6036a.78b.9.10a.b.c.1.2.b. 236493a.b.4.5.36a.1 83 97.7.8 15 N 338.Write an equivalent fraction for 3 .Use 3 as the multiplier.9.Write in digits: forty-thousand, six hundred ten.N 8.29.10.10.There are eleven marbles in the bag. Two are green, threeare red and the remainder are white. Express the numberof white marbles as a fraction.16b.

4031.Round to the nearest thousand. 5,5681.2.Round the numbers to the nearest thousand. 7,432 Find the estimated answer.– 3,869 2.3.If a number is multiplied by zero the answer is always .3.4.Find the product of 3 and 5.4.5.Fill in the missing numbers in this sequence.5.3 4 5 ? ? 88, 8, 8, 8, 8, 86.( , ) 1.7.123( , )4168.Write in digits:five hundred twenty thousand, six hundred eighty-five9.What digit is in the ten thousands’ place?10.40475 isSolve.a.642x 5b.856,349391x 61.2.Round to the thousands’ place.6,785Select the solid shapes.a. sphere b. oval c. octagon d. cone e. diamond f. pyramid3.4.5.6.How many dimensions does a plane shape have? ( 1, 2, 3, 4 )A polygon must have at least ( 1, 2, 3, 4 ) sides.A ray has ( 1, 2, 3, 4 ) endpoints.A circle is a continuous ( a. ray b. line c. line segment ).7.If a rectangle has measurement of 3 feet by 2 feet, the lengthis a. feet and the width is b. feet.6.7.8.9.10a.1.2.3.4.5.6.7a.b.8.In a class of students, twenty-six are going to camp and fourteenare not. Express as a fraction the number of students from thewhole class who are not going to camp.8.9.Bob started a new box of cereal on Monday. By Friday, he had9.5eaten 8 of the box. How much of the cereal was left by Friday?10.N – 184 35910.N 17b.

4051.2.3.4.5.Write the family of facts for5, 6, and 11.7, 8, and 56.Write the equivalent.a. 1 foot inches b. 1 pint cups c. 1 gallon quartsA rectangle has the measurement of 5 feet by 6 feet.What is the perimeter?What is the area?6.Write the equivalent in Arabic or Roman numerals.a. LVIIb. 1,3267.8.(8 x 5) – 4 N15 9 12 N 45.9.Solve.10.Solve.What does N equal?What does N equal?a. 3,672x 4a.b. 7,693x 7b.苶6苶7冄54061.c.63 7 1.2.3.Write the prime numbers between 0 and 10.What are the factors of 8?List the first 4 multiples of 5. Begin with 5.4.87 is a ( a. proper b. improper ) fraction.5.48 6 d.8冄4苶0苶6Write the missing numbers.7.Solve.a.21, , 3, , 333224 5b.15.6.511 93 7 53a.b.c.4.5.6a.b.7.8.9a.b.10a.b.c.d.1.2.3.4.Change 18 to an equivalent fraction by dividing numeratorand denominator by the same number.6.2.– 6 97a.b.8.What is the perimeter of a triangle with sides equal to 5 inches?9.How many angles in a square?8.10.Solve with a remainder.a. 5 ) 389.b. 4 ) 2110a.18b.

407Solve.1.Simplify.a. 43x 25b. 693x 482. a.312b.245Add or subtract and simplify.3.7114a. 8b. 1554. a. 1256 8b. 1520211a.b.2a.b.3a.b.4a.b.13– 12– 215.5.Identify as (a. line b. angle c. ray).6.A rectangle measures: length 5 ft. width 3 ft.Find thea. perimeterb. areaFind the average of 5, 7, 9, 12, and 12.7.6a.b.7.8.Solve. What is seventy-four dollars and two cents minusthirty dollars and ten cents?9.Find the missing number. N (12 x 6) – 42.8.9.10.408310.9Prove by cross multiplication that 8 24 .1.N 3692.a. 4,863x 24(4 2 3)N b. 2,763x 243.a.b.4冄9苶2苶3苶9冄2苶7苶9苶4.What is the smallest multiple that 3 and 6 have in common?5.Find the equivalent fractions.a.6.357 109.10. Solve and simplify.a.8.35b.616?101.2a.b.3a.b.4.45b. 205a.b.6a.b.7a.b.7.a.11152– 53 8b.14181– 3What number is the metric system based on?A centimeter is ( , ) a meter.The freezing temperature is degrees Fahrenheit.8.9.10.19

4091.Write the equivalent fraction.a. .042.Write the equivalent decimal.a. 1003.Write in words.4.Find the average.5.3.7 .42 8.72 6.6.032 – .73 34 87.a. .63410b. 2.42a.b.3a.9 1257.38.– 2 8b.15 26a. 17 5 ( , ) 2 x 11b.57( , )8109a.b.10a.b.Match.1.2.3.4.5.A selection from which every memberhas an equal chance of being chosena.b.c.Represents the whole of its partsd.e.Connects data with linesf.g.A question for which a solution must be h.foundi.j.An opinion of the amount or value ofsomethingestimationcircle graphproblemrandom samplebar graphpredictionpicture graphdataline graphaverage1.2.3.4.5.6.Illustrated data using wide lines6.7.A list of facts from which a conclusion maybe drawn7.8.Uses illustrations9.To tell something in advance8.9.10.b.b.31 48a.1a.4.5.6.8.210.425b. 1,0008, 3, 7, 6 7 59.3b. .903Dividing the whole number by the numberbeing counted2010.

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