# Math STAAR Strategies Quiz 5th

## Quiz by Maegan Perryman

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- Q1Are you expected to show work on EVERY question?Yes, you should be able to show some kind of work on every question, even if it is just the answer choiceNo, only if you can't do it in your headNo, only when you want toNo, Mrs. Perryman doesn't like showing work30s
- Q2Which of these words means round?DifferenceProductEstimateSum30s
- Q3What strategy do you use to solve the problem shown below?KCFSimplifyStack them and find the LCMPEMDAS30s
- Q4Which word means to add?quotientdifferencesumproduct30s
- Q5What strategy do you use to solve the problem shown below?Stack them and find the LCMSimplifyKCFPEMDAS30s
- Q6What do you do if the problem is asking for the total, the answer choices are larger, and there are NO equal groups?SubtractAddDivideMultiply30s
- Q7When should you create a skip counting chart?A and B onlynever, I know my factswhen you are dividing with a two digit numberwhen you aren't 100% sure on the fact30s
- Q8What do you do if the problem gives you the total, the answer choices are smaller, and there are equal groups?SubtractDivideMultiplyAdd30s
- Q9What strategy do you use to solve the problem shown below?PEMDASKCFSimplifyStack them and find the LCM30s
- Q10Which word means to multiply?sumproductdifferencequotient30s
- Q11What do you do if the problem is asking for the total, the answer choices are larger, and there are equal groups?AddDivideSubtractMultiply30s
- Q12What strategy would you use when going from 48 inches to ? feetfly to horse, divide of coursehorse to fly, multiplyit's always multiplyingIDK30s
- Q13What do you do if the problem gives you the total, the answer choices are smaller, and there are NO equal groups?DivideSubtractMultiplyAdd30s
- Q14Which word means to divide?differencesumproductquotient30s
- Q15What strategy do you use to solve the problem shown below?SimplifyPEMDASKCFStack them and find the LCM30s