# Review of Skills....Thanksgiving Time

## Quiz by Tyler Simons

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16 questions
• Q1
Sarah ran 3/5 of a 25 km race before she had to stop and rest. How far did she run?
20 km
15 km
12 km
10 km
120s
• Q2
Mr. Simons had 118 colored pencils in his container. He put 29 more packages of 12 into his container. What is a fair estimate of the number of colored pencils he now has in his tub?
360
500
488
400
120s
• Q3
Ms. Stevenson enjoys walking her dog on the trail near her house. She walked 2/5 of the trail on Tuesday and then walked a different 1/3 of the trail on Thursday. How much of the trail did she walk?
11/12
11/15
3/8
5/6
120s
• Q4
Mrs. Schwanter left her waiter a good tip! She left him an 18% tip. How would you write this as a decimal.
0.018
0.18
18/100
1.18
120s
• Q5
Which statement is NOT true?
0.180 < 0.9
0.307 < 0.370
0.499 > 0.5
9.562 > 9.526
120s
• Q6
Sasha collected rain for several weeks using his new rain gauge. He collected 1.36 inches the first week, 2.45 inches the second week and 0.75 inches the third week. How much more rain will Sasha need to collect before he has collected 7 inches of rain?
2.44
3.44
2.34
1.44
120s
• Q7
Eli Simons drinks 3 liters of water every school day, but he only drinks 1 1/2 liters on the weekend. How many more milliliters does Eli drink on a weekday?
1 1/2 liters
1.5 liters
1500 ml
2000 ml
120s
• Q8
What would 10 to the 4th power be?
100,000
1,000,000
10,000
1,000
120s
• Q9
What is the answer to this equation? 2(5.5 - 3(1.2))
0.18
7.6
4.2
3.8
120s
• Q10
Mrs. Simons brought Mr. Simons a birthday cake for his 50th birthday. His brother Aaron ate 3/10 of the cake and his brother Jeff ate 2/5 of the cake. How much of the cake did both brothers eat?
1/2
14/20
3/4
7/10
120s
• Q11
Use the image above. Evan and Eli each ate part of a pizza. How much of the pizza did they eat together?
1/2
2/3
3/6
5/12
120s
• Q12
What is 5.3752 rounded to the nearest tenth?
5.38
5.3
5.4
5.375
120s
• Q13
What is 5.3752 rounded to the nearest hundredth?
5.38
5.40
5.37
5.400
120s
• Q14
What is 5.3752 rounded to the nearest whole number?
5.38
5.4
6
5
120s
• Q15
Mrs. Simons spent \$84.00 on UT stuff, again! She spent \$36.00 on t-shirts and \$16.00 on a clear UT handbag. She spent the rest on some Longhorn earrings. Which equation represents the amount she wasted on another pair of Longhorn earrings?
\$84.00 - \$36.00 +\$16.00= e
e + \$36.00 - \$16.00 = \$84.00
e - \$16.00 x \$36.00 =\$84.00
e + \$36.00 + \$16.00 = \$84.00
120s

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