COMPARING FRACTIONS kadence holmes Find all the factors to the number 36.

A.)1-2-3-4-6-9-12-18-36

B.)1-2-3-4-5-6

C.)1-3-6

D.)8-16-24-32 What is the prime factorization of 36?

A.)2-3-3-5

B.)3-7-8-9

C.)1-2-3-4-3-6

D.)2-3-4-5-6 EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS Casey ate 2/3 of her birthday cake.Which fraction is equivalent to 2/3?

A.)5/6

B.)2/4

C.)4/6

D.)1/2 REDUCING FRACTIONS AND LOWEST TERMS Britain had 4/8 of the pizza.What is 4/8 in lowest terms?

A.)1/2

B.)2/3

C.)4/5

D.)6/8 Kelly pulled out two numbers one was prime and the other was composite , which set of numbers could Kelly could of pulled out?

A.)2,3

B.)2,5

C.)6,3

D.)2,11 PROBABILITY TRANSFORMATIONS What transformation is shown below?

A.)ROTATION

B.)TRANSLATION

C.)REFLECTION

D.)NONE OF THE ABOVE MATH! FINDING FACTORS PRIME FACTORIZATION PRIME AND COMPOSITE NUMBERS BY: KADENCE HOLMES RELATIONSHIPS Kelly and Her friends Kyle and Grace have to have 100 tickets for their school carnival, Kelly has 20 tickets, Kyle has twice as many as Kelly who has 10 more than Grace, how many more tickets do they need for their carnival?

A.)30

B.)50

C.)24

D.)12 REDUCING FRACTIONS TO LOWEST TERMS What is 4/8 in lowest terms?

A.)1/2

B.)3/4

C.)5/6

D.)7/8 MIXED NUMBERS AND IMPROPER FRACTIONS Olivia had 11/9 of the pecan pie for Thanksgiving.What is the mixed number for the improper fraction 11/9?

A.)2 and 2/3

B.)1 and 2/9

C.)4 and 4/6

D.)3 and 7/12 COMMON FACTORS Find the common factors for the numbers 24 and 36. A.)1,2,3,4,6,12 B.)1,2,3,4,5,6 C.)1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 D.)2,4,5,6,7 Casey had 1/2 of her sandwich at lunch.Which fraction is less than 1/2?

A.)1/3

B.)2/3

C.)3/4

D.)4/4 DECIMALS Rachel had 40/100 of her giant bag of life savers in two weeks. Which is the decimal for the fraction 40/100

A.)2.67

B.)0.40

C.)4.69

D.)3.89 ORDERING DECIMALS Mary needed to find the list for decimals shown from least to greatest for her homework. Which list shows the decimals least to greatest?

A.)6.50,6.7,6.8

B.)6.7,6.8,6.50

C.)6.4,5.6,9.00

D.)9.4,2.5,5.6. ADDING AND SUBTRACTING DECIMALS Kelly had 3.4 gummy bears she ate 1.4 and gave 1.7 to her sister how much does she have left?

a.)0.3

B.)9.0

C.)3.4

D.)2.7 ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS Avery had a bucket of ice cream she had 5/6 of ice cream in it, Avery had 1/6 and her bother had 2/6 how much ice cream is left?

A.)3/4

B.)2/6

C.)4/7

D.)2/3 MULTIPLICATION Heather has 24 bags of candy each bag held 4 pieces of candy how many pieces of candy does Heather have?

A.)96

B.)47

C.)56

D.)28 DIVISION MS.Jansen is going to throw a huge party for her work, she had 20 tables she wanted an equal amount of plates on each table she had 80 plates, how many plates are on one table?

A.)4

B.)3

C.)9

D.)10 COORDINATE POINTS The office is located at (3,8) and the lounge is located 2 units north and 4 units east which coordinate point is the lounge located? . office a B C A.)B

B.)A

C.)C

D.) none of the above POSSIBLE OUTCOMES Mike had a bag of marble he reached his hand in 12 times and grabbed one marble, he grabbed a red marble 7 times out of the twelve, how many red marbles do you think he will grab when he pulls out 60 marbles?

A.)35

B.)37

C.)23

D.)14 Baskin Robins received a shipment of ice cream that is shown bellow if the are having a two for one sale on these ice creams how many possible outcomes are there?

A.)6

B.)5

C.)8

D.)2 Leah wanted to know the mode in the set of data for a project. What is the mode in the set of data below?

A.)17

B.)2

C.)264

D.)56 PLACE VALUE What is the value of the number in the millionths place place in the number 49,472,900?

A.)9

B.)900

C.)9,000,000

D.)49 AREA What is the area of a square if the length was 6 and the width was 6? A.)78

B.)36

C.)12

D.)45 PERIMETER Sally wants to fence her garden but she needs to know the perimeter of it first if the length is 8 and the width is 7 what is the perimeter? A.)30

B.)60

C.)56

D.)15 What is the volume of the figure below? chocolate cookie dough VOLUME 5 2 10 A.)100

B.)50

C.)18

D.)34 rocky road mint chocolate chip vanilla WEIGHT (customary) Britain went to the zoo and saw 5 elephants each elephant weighed 2 tons what is the combined amount of the weight of all the elephants? A.)20,000

B.)20,000,000

C.)10,OOO

D.)4,000 MASS (metric) GEOMETRY What 3D shape is represented? A.) RECTANGULAR PRISM

B.)TRIANGULAR PRISM

C.)TRIANGULAR PYRAMID

D.)ALL OF THE ABOVE Olivia measured her cat. she measured 2 kilograms, how many grams did she weigh?

A.)2,00O grams

B.)200,000 grams

C.)1,000 grams

D.)2 kilogram CAPACITY (METRIC) Leah had 2 one liter bottles of sprite, how many milliliters did she have in one bottle? A.)1,000

B.)2,000

C.)5,000

D.)4,000 CAPACITY(customary) Willie drank the whole gallon of orange juice in a week, the next week he drank two gallons, how many quarts did willie drink in both weeks? A.)8 quarts

B.)12 quarts

C.)24 quarts

D.)34 quarts LENGTH(customary) About how long is the line if each inch represented 2 feet? A.)18 feet

B.)10 feet

C.)12 feet

D.)34 feet LENGTH(metric) Leah and her dog walked three kilometers how many meters did Leah and her dog jog? A.)100,000

B.)14,00

C.)1,000

D.)300,000 ELAPSED TIME Olivia left her house at 6:45a.m she talked to her friends for 15 minutes and when she got to school she went to the cafeteria to eat breakfast for twenty minutes and then walked to her class room, what time did Olivia get to her class room? A.)7:20

B.)6:50

C.)5:20

D.)6:20 TEMPERATURE Britain went out side and it was 75 degrees when her dad went outside it was 54 degrees, what was the difference in the temperature? A.)21

B.)24

C.)54

D.)75 EXAMPLE AND NON-EXAMPLE These numbers are Skippys

2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19

Which two numbers can be Skippys?

A.) 23,29

B.)45,65

C.)36,81

D.) all numbers are Skippys 36 ? ? 36 24 36 49,472,900 STATISTICS 17 2 264 17 6 6 ANSWER Prime and Composite Numbers- C

Prime factorization-A

Common factors-A

Equivalent Fractions-C

Relationships-A

Reducing Fractions-A

Mixed to Improper Fractions-B

Compare and Order Fractions-A

Place Value-C

Converting Fractions to Decimals-B

Ordering Decimals-A

Add and Subtract decimals-A

Add and Subtract Fractions-B

Multiplication-A

Division-A

Coordinate Points-B

Possible Outcomes-A

Probability- A

Geometry- B

Transformations-A

Capacity (Customary)-B

Capacity (metric)-A

Mass-C

Weight-C

Length (customary)-B

Length (metric)-D

Statistics-A

Area-B

Perimeter-A

Volume-A

Elapsed Time- A

Temperature-A

Example and Non- Example- A

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