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Name the place value of the underlined digit. 1. 560 ,154 2. 6 ,978,004 3. 472,822,13 5 4. 1 ,358,923,482 What is the VALUE of the underlined digit? 5. 892,092,3 11 6. 72,2 43,563 7. 9 ,000,354 8. 432,109,876 Write the following numbers in standard form. 9. five thousand, two hundred sixty-one 10. forty-nine thousand, thirty-eight 11. seven hundred ninety two thousand, five hundred seventy-three 12. two million, six hundred eleven thousand, sixteen Write the following numbers in word form. 13. 8,100,203 14. 1,004,516,373 15. Write 14,432 in expanded form.

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Name the place value of the underlined digit.1. 560,154 2. 6 ,978,004 3. 472,822,135 4. 1 ,358,923,482

What is the VALUE of the underlined digit? 5. 892,092,311 6. 72,243,563 7. 9 ,000,354 8. 432,109,876

Write the following numbers in standard form.9. five thousand, two hundred sixty-one 10. forty-nine thousand, thirty-eight 11. seven hundred ninety two thousand, five hundred seventy-three 12. two million, six hundred eleven thousand, sixteen

Write the following numbers in word form.13. 8,100,203

14. 1,004,516,373

15. Write 14,432 in expanded form.

16. Write 8,196,203 in expanded form

___________________________________________________________________

17. Explain how the value of the 7 in 574,032 will change if you move it to the hundreds place.

18. Choose another way to show 60,000

a. 6 X 100

b. 6 X 1000

c. 60 X 1000

d. 60 X 100

19. Choose the matching amount for 800,000.

a. 80 X 100=

b. 80,000 +10,000=

c. 800,000 +10,000=

d. 80 X 10,000=

20. Represent 5,463 in a labeled picture below.

1. Fill in the correct period and value on the place value chart.

Suggested representations.

Period Placesbillions ten billions onesthousands tens millionsones hundred thousands hundredsmillions billions ten millions

ten thousands thousandshundred millions hundred billions

DIRECTIONS for 2- 5: Identify the place of the number 2. Write your answer on the line next to the number.

2. 78,298 3. 529,675,309,871 4. 762,987,009 5. 578,982,105

6. Each period in the place value system is divided into ______________ parts?

A. fiveB. fourC. threeD. two

7. On a place value chart which direction do you move if the numbers are getting larger?

A. rightB. left

8. In 89,083, what is the value of the underlined digit?

A. 900B. 9,000C. 1,000D. 9,083

9. In 23,987,076,098, what is the value of the underlined digit?

A. billionsB. 3C. 3,000,000,000D. 30,000,000,000

10. In 670,987,562, what is the value of the underlined digit?

A. 0B. 1,000,000C. millionsD. 987,562

11. In 46,987,043, what is the place of the underlined digit?

A. ten millionsB. hundred thousandsC. 6,000,000D. millions

12. In 789,095,178,300, what is the place of the underlined digit?

A. hundred millionsB. 80,000,000,000C. 800,000,000,000D. ten billions

13. In 85,987,654,380, what period is underlined?

A. millionsB. billionsC. thousandsD. ones

Directions for 14 and 15: Write the value of the underlined digit.

14. 7,087,351

15. 768,095,437,086

Directions for 16 and 17: Write the period of the underlined digits

16. 636,098,359,937

17. 34,097,976

18. Explain the difference in the value of 6 in 6,899,540 and 689,954The 6 in 6,899,540 stands for .The 6 in 689,954 stands for .Therefore, ____________________________ is the bigger number.

19. Explain the difference in the value of the 5 in 5,897 and 58,970The 5 in 5,897 stands for .The 5 in 58,970 stands for .Therefore, ____________________________ is the bigger number.

20. Panda bears consume about 15,872 pounds of bamboo each year. What is the place and value of the 5?

21.What is the largest number you can make with the following numbers?5 7 3 8 3 0 2 4 6 1

1. + 29 = 74 = _____ Check_____

2. x = 25 = _____ Check_____

3. _____ = = _____ Check_____

4. _____ = = _____ Check_____

5. B + 8 = 17 B = _____ Check your work ______________

6. 37 - c = 15 C = _____ Check your work ______________

7. X + 4 = 2X + 3 X = _____ Check your work ______________

8. 10 = X + X X = _____ Check your work ______________

9. 4X = 2X + 4 X = _____ Check your work ______________

10. 2X + 4 = X + 3 + 2 X = _____ Check your work ______________

2 8

1 9

Fill in the blanks and add examples

17. The number 12 is a composite number. Explain why.

Write the following as an equation:

18. Mrs. Hembree baked 21 cupcakes. She accidentally dropped some on the floor. When she arrived to school she had 18 to pass out.

A. 18 + c = 21 C. 18 + 21 = CB. c + 18 = 18 D. 21 – c = 18

19. Mr. Farr cut down 3 trees. The next day he cut down twice as many. How may trees did he cut down?

A. 6 C. 5B. 9 D. 10

20. Ms. Garrison gave out 24 pattern blocks to each group of students. When she picked up group A’s blocks some were missing.

Create an equation for group A’s missing blocks.

Compare the following fractions using >, <, or =.

32 18 7Prime 23 Composite

1. 2. 3. 4. 1

5. 6. 1 7.

Place the following fractions on the number line provided.

8. 9.

10. 11.

Write the fraction of the shaded part. Then find an equivalent fraction.

12. 13. 14.

15. 16.

Find the value of x.

17. 18. 19.

x = _____ x = _____ x = _____

0 ½ 1 0 ½ 1

0 ½ 1 0 ½ 1

20. Which set contains equivalent fractions?

A. , ,

B. , ,

C. , ,

D. , ,

21. Ms. Jones’ flower garden is 3/12 white roses and 5/12 red roses. The rest of the flowers are daisies.

What part of the garden contains roses? ___________________

What part contains daisies?______________________________

22. Hanna cheerleaders need 4 2/8 yards of ribbon for their hair. Janie brought 11/8 yards of ribbon, and Susan brought 26/8 yards of ribbon.

How much do they have altogether? _______________________

Do they have enough?___________________________________

23. Jacob is making banana splits for his family of 7. Each banana split call for ½ of a banana. How many bananas will be needed?

Choose from the following:

A. 7B. 4 1/4C. ½D. 3 1/2

24. What is another way to show ¾?

A. 3 + 3 +3 +3B. ¼ + ¼ + ¼ C. 2/4 + ¼ + ¼ D. 1/3 + 1/3 +1/3 +1/3

25. What is another way to show 7/10?

A. 4/10 + 2/10B. 2/7 + 5/7C. 5/10 + 1/10 + 1/10D. 7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7

Solve the problems

26. 3/12 27. 3/4 28. 6 1/3 + 2 1/3

+ 7/12 --- 2/4Change to a mixed number or improper fraction:

29. 13/8 30. 2 15/100

Write the place value of the underlined digit.

1. 3.67 2. 598.86 3. 659.9438 4. What does decimal mean?

A. A period separating the ones and the tenths in a number.B. A number that uses place value, numbers, and a decimal point to show part of a

whole.C. A number that represents part of a whole.D. A symbol used to write numbers.

Direction for 5-6: Write the decimal and fraction for the shaded region.5. 6.

Decimal ______

Decimal _____

Fraction ______

Fraction _____

Directions for 7-8: Write the decimal and mixed number for the shaded region.

7. 8.

Decimal______ Mixed Number ______ Decimal______ Mixed Number ______

9. 0.9 10. 4.2 11. 0.4 12. 0.9 13. 0.67 – 0.2+ 0.6 + 0.2 + 0.5 - 0.4

14. 0.75 15. 2.20- 0.60 +0.98

16. 0.27 + 3.36 =

17. 5.24 – 3.60

18. 5.8 + 3 =

Directions for 19-20: Write the decimal.

19. seventeen and four tenths

20. fifty-six and three hundredths

Compare the following decimals using <, >, or =.

21. 3.683 2.7 22. 5.4 4.5723. 6.5 6.595 24. 9.794 9.79925. 0.9 0.09 26. 8.40 8.4

Use the following table to answer questions 27-30.

27. Which runner ran the fastest time after two weeks of practice? _____28. Which runner ran the fastest time at first?_____29. Which runner improved the most? _____30. Which runner improved the least?

Students

Times for 50 yard dash before practice

Times for 50 yard dash after two weeks of daily practice

Jason 10.6 9.6Stuart 9.9 8.9Chris 8.5 6.5Kate 9.7 6.5Jackie 10.5 7.5Mark 7.9 7.9Nick 11.0 8.0

1. What is a fraction and a decimal for the part that is shaded gray?

a.  , 0.07 b.  , 0.7 c.  , 7.0 d.  , 0.007

2. What is a fraction and a decimal for the part that is shaded gray?

a.  , 0.03 b.  , 0.30 c.  , 0.30 d.  , 0.03

3. What is the fraction written as a decimal?

a. 0.20 b. 0.020 c. 20.0 d. 2.00

What is the fraction written as a decimal?

4. two tenthsa. 0.02 b. 0.2 c. 0.002 d. 2.0

5. seventy-eight hundredthsa. 78.0 b. 0.078 c. 7.80 d. 0.78

What is a mixed number and a decimal for the part that is shaded gray?

6.

a.  , 1.06 b.  , 1.6 c.  , 0.16 d.  , 10.6

What is each mixed number written as a decimal?

7. thirteen and four tenths

a.  , 13.04 b.  , 0.143 c.  , 1.34 d.  , 13.4

8. eighty-five and ninety hundredths

a.  , 85.90 b.  , 0.859 c.  , 85.09 d.  , 8.590

9. 64a. 6.493 b. 64.93 c. 649.3 d. 0.6493

Solve. Use the make a model strategy.

10. August bought a book of stamps from the post office. Each page of stamps had 2 stamps with astronauts and 3 times as many stamps with planets. There were 6 pages of stamps in all. How many stamps were there?a. 30 b. 36 c. 42 d. 48

11. Crissy wants to plant grass seed in an area of dirt in her front yard. The area is 9 feet by 12 feet. If a bag of grass seed covers 25 square feet, how many bags does she need to buy to completely cover the area of dirt?a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

Locate the given fraction on the number line for 12-13.

12.F G H

1 2

I

3

a. F b. G c. H d. I

13.J K L

5 6

M

a. J b. K c. L d. M

Name the fraction that point N represents on the number line.

14.N

9 10

a.  b.  c.  d.

Compare decimals.

15. 68.32 < ___a. 68.00 b. 68.15 c. 68.34 d. 67.94

Order from greatest to least.

16. 23.31, 23.09, 23.45

a. 23.45, 23.31, 23.09 b. 23.09, 23.31, 23.45 c. 23.45, 23.09, 23.31 d. 23.31, 23.09, 23.45

Use any of the strategies shown below to solve questions 17-20.

Problem-Solving Strategies

Look for a patternSolve a simpler problemUse logical reasoningDraw a pictureMake a model

17. What number comes next? 54, 50, 52, 48, ___, 46, 48a. 44 b. 52 c. 50 d. 40

18. Alberto made a square out of toothpicks. How many toothpicks did he use?a. 12 b. 6 c. 10 d. 14

19. Jorge started practicing the piano at 6:15. He practiced for 15 minutes and stopped when his friend called on the telephone. He talked to his friend for 25 minutes. After he hung up the phone, he practiced for another 15 minutes until he was done. What time was it when he was finished?a. 6:55 b. 7:15 c. 7:00 d. 7:10

20. Drew’s dad had 15 dollars. He bought lunch for 5 dollars. He bought a can of spray paint for 2 dollars. His friend Larry gave him the 4 dollars that he had borrowed. How much money does Drew’s dad have now?a. 4 b. 8 c. 12 d. 14

What are the fraction and decimal for the shaded part?

a.  = 0.45 b.  = 0.045 c.  = 4.5 d.  = 0.45

Compare decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers for questions 22-23.

22. 12.45 ___

a. 12 b. 12 c. 12 d. 12

23. 14.6 = ___

a.  b.  c.  d.

Order from greatest to least for questions 24-25.

21.

24. 2 , 2.55, 2 , 2.25

a. 2 , 2.55, 2 , 2.25 b. 2 , 2.55, 2.25, 2 c. 2 , 2 , 2.55, 2.25 d. 2.55, 2 , 2 , 2.25

25. 13 , 13.09, 13 , 13.8

a. 13.8, 13 , 13.09, 13 b. 13.09, 13.8, 13 , 13 c. 13.09, 13 , 13 , 13.8 d. 13

, 13.8, 13 , 13.09

Ms. O’Brien took a survey of the birthday months of the students in her class.Organize the data in a tally chart.

Birthday MonthJanuary April AugustJanuary April AugustMarch June Decembe

rApril June Decembe

rApril August Decembe

r

1. How many months are listed in the tally chart?a. 5 b. 6 c. 7 d. 8

2. How many tally marks are next to April?a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

3. Which month has the same number of tally marks as December?a. April b. June c. January d. August

BirthdayMonth Tally

Mr. Yodee took a survey to find his students’ favorite character in Charlotte’s Web.set of data:

Organize the data in a frequency table.

4. How many students chose Wilbur as their favorite character?a. 4 b. 5 c. 6 d. 7

5. How many students voted all

together? ______________

Decide if each sentence is an example of categorical or numerical data:

6. Favorite snack for 65 second graders. __________________7. What is the average weight of a baby hippopotamus? ________________8. Most read genre by fifth graders: _____________9. Favorite yogurt toppings at YoGo Express: _________________10. Average amount of annual rainfall for Anderson County: _______________Complete the chart that is provided

Picture Name Degree Measure

1. Right Angle 2.

3. 45 degrees

4. 5.

6. 7. 180 degrees

Favorite Charlotte’s Web Character Charlotte’s WebWilbur Wilbur Fern Fern Favorite

CharacterFrequenc

yWilbur Templeto

nFern Charlotte

Wilbur Templeton

Fern Charlotte

Wilbur Templeton

Fern Charlotte

Wilbur Fern Fern Charlotte

Use a protractor to measure each angle

8. _____________

9. _____________

10. _____________

11. _____________

Find the measure of the angle that is missing.

12. Bethany had a 90 degree angle. Bethany divided the angle into two different angles. One angle measure is 38 degrees, what is the other measure of the angle.

a) 52 degreesb) 42 degreesc) 62 degreesd) 38 degrees

13. Amanda divided a 180 degree angle into 5 equal angles. How many degrees did each angle measure?

a) 50 degreesb) 60 degreesc) 36 degreesd) 26 degrees

14. Joe had a 52 degree angle and wanted to add to this angle to make it 90 degrees. How many degrees must the angle increase?

a) 42 degreesb) 48 degreesc) 52 degreesd) 58 degrees

15. If Jeremy had a 90 degree angle and wanted to make this angle an acute angle, how many degrees would have to be removed from the angle?

a) 0 degreesb) 45 degreesc) 89 degreesd) 1 degree

DIRECTIONS: Complete each empty box with either the correct symbol, name or mathematical notation.

Symbol Name Mathematical Notation

1. Line CD

2. Ray AB AB3. GH4. Point R R

5. < JKL

6. Angle TUV

7. LM8. Line Segment ST

9. X

DIRECTIONS: Write the referent angle for each problem (45 degrees, 90 degree, or 180 degrees)

10. 11. 12.

degrees degrees degrees

13. Which is the best estimate for the measure of the angle JKL?

K JA. 25°B. 50 °C. 100 °D. 190 °

L

14. Which is the best estimate for the measure of the angle ABC?

A. 37 °B. 95 ° AC. 160 °D. 180° C B

15. Which best describes the measure of this angle?

A. less than 45 °B. between 45 ° and 90 °C. between 90 ° and 180 °D. more than 180°

DIRECTIONS: Label the shapes either polygon or non- polygon. If it is a polygon identify either as triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, or octagon.

16. 17. 18.

19. 20.

DIRECTIONS: Match the following concepts with their definition to the right.

21. parallelogramA. parallelogram with 4 right angles and four

congruent sides

22. rectangleB. quadrilateral that has exactly one pair of

parallel sides

23. squareC. quadrilateral with two pairs of opposite

sides that are parallel

24. rhombusD. parallelogram with 4 right angles and

opposite sides congruent

25. trapezoidE.

parallelogram with 4 congruent sides

DIRECTIONS: Find the perimeter of each shape below.

6 cm 8 ft.

26. 27.3 cm 5 ft.

Perimeter = Perimeter =

1 ft

28. 29.5 in 10 ft.

Perimeter = Perimeter =

DIRECTIONS: Find the area of each shape below.

3 in

9 in30. 31. 32.

9 cm 6 mm

4 mm

Area = Area = Area =

13 ft 5 in

33. 34.11 ft 20 in

Area= Area=