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Add together 5,217 + 780 + 29

A. 5,925
B. 6,006
C. 6,026
D. 6036
C. 6,026
Divide 79,272 by 9

A. 9,909
B. 8,808
C. 999
D. 899
B. 8,808
Subtract 385 from 1,604

A. 1,381
B. 1,329
C. 1,221
D. 1,219
D. 1,219
Which phrase below best describes the numbers: 1,2.3.4.5

A. counting numbers
B. even numbers
C. whole numbers
D. odd numbers
A. counting numbers
Which decimal has the 4 in the tenth place?

A. 54,038
B. 40,365
C. 23,342
D. 19,423
D. 19,423
Add 174.25 + 7.49 + 2.05

A. 173.69
B. 173.79
C. 183.79
D. 184.69
C. 183.79
When a factor is multiplied by a factor the result is called a _

A. product
B. quotient
C. sum
D. multiplier
A. product
5,382 can be renamed as ____

A. 53 thousands + 8 tens + 2 ones
B. 5 thousands + 38 hundreds + 8 tens + 2 ones
C. 5 thousands + 3 hundreds + 8 tens + 2 ones
D. 5 thousands + 38 hundreds + 82 ones
C. 5 thousands + 3 hundreds + 8 tens + 2 ones
What is the place value of the 7 in the number 473 ?

A. 70
B. tens
C. 7
D. tenth
B. tens
Use all the digits in 7502 to write the least possible number.

A. 2,057
B. 2,570
C. 5,072
D. 7,052
A. 2,057
The sum of the shaded portions of the circles above is ______

A. 1 7/8
B. 1 5/8
C. 1 3/8
D. 1 1/4
C. 1 3/8
Which group of fractions is arranged in ascending order of value?

A. 5/7, 2/7, 3/7, 1/7
B. 1/7, 3/7, 2/7, 5/7
C. 1/7, 2/7, 3/7, 5/7
D. 2/7, 3/7, 1/7, 5/7
C. 1/7, 2/7, 3/7, 5/7
Write 0.506 as a common fraction.

A. 56/100
B. 506/1000
C. 56/100
D. 506/100
B. 506/1000
In the number sentence above, which number does △represent?

A. 4
B. 3
C. 2
D. 1
B. 3
Which of the following shows the correct way to write fifty-four dollars five cents?

A. $5 004.5
B. $504.5
C. $54.5
D. $54.05
D. $54.05
Charles spent $30 to buy sweets, $55.60 for five pencils and $264 for three hardcover books. What is his change from $500?

Which operations will solve the problem?

A. add and divide
B. add and subtract
C. multiply and add
D. subtract and multiply
B. add and subtract
Which of the symbols will make the above sentence true?

A. +
B. ÷
C. x
D. -
D. -
Round 6,847 to the nearest ten.

A. 6,800
B. 6,850
C. 6,857
D. 6,900
B. 6,850
Paul's father sold 78 newspapers on Monday and 92 on Tuesday. How many more did he sell on Tuesday than on Monday?

A. 14
B. 24
C. 26
D. 42
A. 14
Tennis balls are sold in cans of three balls each. How many cans should I buy if the team needs 35 balls?

A. 12
B. 11
C. 10
D. 9
A. 12
Identify the group in which all the decimal fractions are arranged in descending order of value.

A. 0.019, 1.009, 1.09, 1.9
B. 0.125, 12.5, 1.25, 0.0125
C. 1.2, 0.12, 12.0, 0.012
D. 5.0, 0.5, 0.05, 0.005
D. 5.0, 0.5, 0.05, 0.005
What fraction of the figure above is NOT shaded?

A. 1/3
B. 1/2
C. 2/3
D. 5/6
C. 2/3
Jason has 6 dozen sweets, Jodie Ann has 4 score, Paul has 1/2 gross and Macy has 5 dozens plus 10.

Who has the least amount of sweets?

A. Jodie Ann
B. Paul
C. Jason
D. Macy
D. Macy
There were 522 tickets sold for a graduation banquet held at the Pegasus hotel. How much money was collected?

Choose the correct information from A to D that is needed to solve the problem.

A. each guest bought 10 tickets.
B. each ticket cost $5,000.
C. one person sold 150 tickets.
D. over 500 guests attended the banquet.
B. each ticket cost $5,000
Subtract 1/10 from 5/8

A. 21/40
B. 2/9
C. 1/16
D. 1/20
A. 21/40
A jumbo jet has 62 rows of seats. Each row has 9 seats. How many passengers would fill the plane?

A. 711
B. 621
C. 558
D. 548
C. 558
One of the numbers below is divisible by both 2 and 3. Identify the number.

A. 225
B. 524
C. 1,653
D. 2,052
D. 2,052
In water, sound travels at a rate of 1.46 km per second. How many metres per second is this?

A. 14,600m
B. 1,460m
C. 146m
D. 0.146m
B. 1,460m
Complete the following sentence by selecting the correct number:

A square has _____ lines of symmetry.

A. 4
B. 3
C. 2
D. 1
A. 4
Asafa said he drove from Montego Bay to Kingston in 14,400 seconds. What would have been the best unit to tell his travelling time?

A. kilometres
B. metres
C. hours
D. minutes
C. hours
The unit of measure for the amount of petrol in a tanker is _____

A. tonne
B. litre
C. gram
D. kilogram
B. litre
Which prefix has the least value in the metric system?

A. milli
B. centi
C. kilo
D. deci
A. milli
Adrian weighs 70kg. He loses 459g each day for one week. What does he weigh at the end of the week?

A. 68.15kg
B. 67.85kg
C. 67.15kg
D. 66.85kg
D. 66.85kg
Subtract 3 hr 42 min from 7 hr 05 min.

A. 4 hr 53 min
B. 4 hr 13 min
C. 3 hr 23 min
D. 3 hr 18 min
C. 3 hr 23 min
Farmer King reaped a bag of potatoes from his farm. What unit of measure should he use to tell its weight?

A. gram
B. tonne
C. kilogram
D. litres
C. kilogram
Change 156 grams to kilograms.

A. 1,560 kg
B. 15.6 kg
C. 1.56 kg
D. 0.156 kg
D. 0.156 kg
A piece of rope 19.56 m is cut from a 78.25 m roll. What length of rope remains on the roll?

A. 69.69 m
B. 61.79 m
C. 61.31 m
D. 58.69 m
D. 58.69 m
A clock 15 minutes fast is set right when it was showing 3.10 pm. What was the correct time?

A. 2.55 pm
B. 3.25 pm
C. 3.05 pm
D. 3.00 pm
A. 2.55 pm
Cedric buys 9 large bottles of soda. Each bottle holds 750 ml. How much soda has he altogether? Give your answer in litres.

A. 7.59 L
B. 6.84 L
C. 6.75 L
D. 5.93 L
C. 6.75 L
Which of the following is the same as 1 gram?

A. 650 mg + 350 mg
B. 600 mg + 350 mg
C. 350 mg + 450 mg
D. 250 mg + 550 mg
A. 650 mg + 350 mg
Complete the sentence.

The ____ divides the circle into two equal parts.

A. radius
B. diameter
C. chord
D. circumference
B. diameter
A four-sided figure is called a ____

A. parallelogram
B. rectangle
C. square
D. quadrilateral
D. quadrilateral
Calculate the perimeter of the figure above.

A. 34 cm
B. 44 cm
C. 54 cm
D. 68 cm
A. 34 cm
What is the surface area of the rectangle?

A. 12 square units
B. 14 square units
C. 16 square units
D. 20 square units
D. 20 square units
How many angles can you identify in the triangle above?

A. 8
B. 7
C. 6
D. 5
A. 8
Estimate the measure of Angle B.

A. 45º
B. 60º
C. 90º
D. 100º
D. 100º
Which single word would you use to describe the figures above?

A. rectangles
B. polygons
C. quadrilaterals
D. squares
B. polygons
How many line segments can be drawn through two points?

A. 4
B. 3
C. 2
D. 1
D. 1
How many degrees are in a right angle?

A. 60º
B. 90º
C. 95º
D. 180º
B. 90º
One of the statements below is NOT true about a rectangle. Identify this statement.

A. All the angles are right angles.
B. The opposite sides are parallel.
C. It has two lines of symmetry.
D. All sides are equal.
D. All sides are equal.
Which of these shapes has exactly four right angles?

A. I
B. II
C. III
D. IV
D. IV
The common point of two rays is the _______.

A. angle
B. vertex
C. arm
D. point
B. vertex
Identify the pair of parallel lines.

A. I
B. II
C. III
D. IV
C. III
The marked angle formed at the intersection of the two lines is _______.

A. acute
B. obtuse
C. reflex
D. right
A. acute
A figure with 6 equal sides and 6 equal angles is called a regular _______.

A. pentagon
B. hexagon
C. octagon
D. nonagon
B. hexagon
How many triangles are in the figure above?

A. .3
B. 4
C. 6
D. 7
C. 6
How many triangles are in the figure above?

A. 3
B. 4
C. 6
D. 7
C. 6
Choose the best option to complete the sentence below:

A circle graph is used to _____.

A. compare quantities
B. show change and direction over a period of time
C. compare parts of a whole
D. compare data in a visually appealing way
C. compare parts of a whole
Seven students received the following scores on a test marked out of 20. What is the mean score?

10, 8, 15, 10, 9, 20, 12

A. 12
B. 10
C. 9
D. 7
A. 12
Six cricketers had a mean score of 85 runs in a cricket match. What was their total score?

A. 515
B. 510
C. 483
D. 480
B. 510
The table shows the results of an examination. All students who scored below 45 were unsuccessful.

How many students scored over 70?

A. 15
B. 10
C. 8
D. 5
D. 5
The table shows the results of an examination. All students who scored below 45 were unsuccessful.

How many students were examined?

A. 80
B. 76
C. 65
D. 55
D. 55
The graph shows the favourite fruits of all the Grade 4 students in a school.

Which is the most popular fruit?

A. orange
B. grapefruit
C. mango
D. banana
C. mango
The graph shows the favourite fruits of all the Grade 4 students in a school.

How many more students prefer apple to pear?

A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8
A. 5
According to this table, which of the following statements is NOT true about the total population of Free Town and Paradise Town?

A. It is more than 3 times that of Jericho Town.
B. It is less than 2 times that of Free Town.
C. It is less than the population of the 3 towns.
D. It is more than 3 times that of Paradise Town.
D. It is more than 3 times that of Paradise Town.
According to the table, which set of graphs could be used to represent the data?

A. line graph or pie chart.
B. bar graph or line graph.
C. pictograph or bar graph.
D. pie chart or pictograph.
C. pictograph or bar graph.
According to the table, the mean population of all 3 towns is _____.

A. 11,000
B. 18,000
C. 20,000
D. 24,000
A. 11,000
How many hours did the journey take, not including he rest period?

A. 7
B. 6
C. 5
D. 4
D. 4
How far was she from home when she stopped to rest?

A. 60 km
B. 50 km
C. 40 km
D. 30 km
C. 40 km
How long was her rest stop?

A. 2 hrs.
B. 1 3/4 hrs.
C. 1 1/2 hrs.
D. 1 hr.
A. 2 hrs.
The easiest way to arrange numerical data is to use a ___.

A. line graph
B. frequency table
C. pie chart
D. bar graph
B. frequency table
Which of the equations shows the commutative property of addition?

A. 2a + 3b = 3b + 2a
B. 3a x 3b = 3b x 2a
C. 2(a x b) = b(a x 2)
D. 2(c + d) = 2c + 2d
A. 2a + 3b = 3b + 2a
Tanya is 4 years old. Her sister is 3 years older. Identify her sister's age.

A. 3r years
B. (r - 3) years
C. 3/r years
D. (r + 3) years
D. (r + 3) years
Translate the following into an algebraic expression.

The product of p and q less 5.

A. p x q over 5
B. (p x q) - 5
C. 5 + (p x q)
D. 5 - (p x q)
B. (p x q) - 5
The product of two numbers is 63. One of the numbers is T. What is the other number?

A. 63 ÷ T
B. 63 x T
C. T + 63
D. 63 - T
A. 63 ÷ T
If N + 8 = 8 + 6, what is the value of N?

A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 8
C. 6
3 times y is greater than s. Which expression shows how this must be written?

A. 3y < s
B. 3y > s
C. 3 + y > s
D. 3 + y < s
B. 3y > s
A and B are two numbers. Which of the following expressions shows the difference between 3 times A and 2 times B?

A. 3B - 2A
B. 3A + 2B
C. 2B - 3A
D. 3A - 2B
D. 3A - 2B
If X = 1/2 and Y = 1/4, evaluate X - Y.

A. 1/8
B. 1/6
C. 1/4
D. 1/2
C. 1/4
Increase the number d by 6. Divide the result by c. Which mathematical expression describes your action?

A. d over c + 6
B. d + 6 over c
C. 6d over c
D. 6 - d over c
B. d + 6 over c