# Math Review

## Quiz by Christine Anson

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18 questions
• Q1

Which mixed number is equivalent to 13/3?

2 1/3

5 1/2

3 1/2

4 1/3

300s
• Q2

Which mixed number is equivalent to 22/4?

5 1/2

5 1/4

4 2/4

5

300s
• Q3

The ground in a rectangular section of the park has a length of 25 feet and a width of 11 feet. What is the area, in square feet , of the ground in that section of the park?

72 sq. ft.

275 sq. ft.

250 sq. ft.

36 sq. ft.

300s
• Q4

The relationship between tickets earned and points earned is described below:

1 ticket earned for every 6 points earned

2 tickets earned for every 12 points earned

3 tickets earned for every 18 points earned

If the pattern continues, how many tickets are earned when 36 points are earned?

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300s
• Q5

A number rounded to the nearest hundred is 2,600. Which number could NOT be the number before it was rounded?

2,562

2,583

2,620

2,505

300s
• Q6

Muffins were sold at a bake sale

4 pans of muffins are for sale

Each pan has 6 rows with 4 muffins in each row

Each muffin is sold for \$2

How much money is made when all of the muffins are sold?

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300s
• Q7

The number of points Jess scored in a game is less than 45, and is also a multiple of 7. How many points could Jess have scored?

17

70

52

35

300s
• Q8

Which comparison is true?

2/3 = 8/12

2/3 < 3/5

3/5 = 2/4

1/5 > 1/2

300s
• Q9

A teacher buys the folders listed below:

5 boxes of blue folders with 35 folders in each box.

4 boxes of red folders with 30 folders in each box.

Which number is closest to the total number of blue and red folders the teacher buys?

300

200

305

285

300s
• Q10

Which statement represents the number sentence below?

6 = 3 x 2

6 is 3 times as many as 2

3 times 2 is 6

2 times 3 is 6

6 is 2 times as many as 3

300s
• Q11

Use each digit shown below to create a 5-digit number with the greatest value and a 5-digit number with the least value. Each digit can only be used once in each number. Then write a number using <, > or = to compare the two numbers created.

2. 8. 4, 1

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300s
• Q12

Jay and John buy a sandwich to share. They each ate 2/5 of the sandwich. How much of the sandwich is remaining?

4/5

4/10

2/5

1/5

300s
• Q13

Mr. Douglas  wants to replace all the floor tiles in her bathroom. The bathroom floor is13 feet long and 6 feet wide. If Mr. Douglas already has 35 one-foot square tiles, how many more one-foot square tiles does he need to completely cover the bathroom floor?

121 ft.

78 ft.

43 ft.

33 ft.

300s
• Q14

Lisa and Joe are writing a 6 page essay. Lisa completed 2/6 of her essay in class and 1/6 of her essay at home. Joe completed 5/6 of his essay at home. How much more of the essay did Joe complete than Lisa?

1/6

3/6

2/6

300s
• Q15

Which expression has the same value as 8/15?

7/15 + 2/15

2/15 + 2/15 + 2/15

6/15 + 1/15

5/15 + 3/15

300s

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