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  • 1. Big Board Facts Welcome To
  • 2. Math Review for Benchmark III
    • Please use the following to help your child review for the upcoming Benchmark III tests in April. In class, students are continuing to pick up skills in new materials. It would be very valuable to your child if he/she were to review old materials at home.
  • 3. Show Answer
    • 3.1
    • Last February, a card shop sold two hundred
    • thousand, one hundred greeting cards.
    • Which shows this number?
        • A 2,000,100
        • B 200,100
        • C 20,100
        • D 2,100
  • 4. Answer:
    • B: 200,100
  • 5.
    • 3.1
    • A school library has 985,720 books.
    • Which of the following is
    • that number written in words?
    • A Nine hundred eighty-five, seven hundred twenty
    • B Nine hundred thousand, seven hundred twenty
    • C Nine hundred eighty-five thousand, seven hundred
    • twenty
    • D Nine thousand eighty-five, seven hundred twenty
  • 6. Answer
    • C Nine hundred eighty-five thousand,
    • seven hundred twenty
  • 7.
    • Which digit of this number is
    • in the hundreds place?
    • 5,769
    • A 5
    • B 6
    • C 7
    • D 9
  • 8. Answer:
          • C 7
  • 9. 8 What is the value of the 1 in 194,738? A 100 B 1,000 C 10,000 D 100,000
  • 10. Answer: D: 100,000
  • 11.
    • Which means three hundred twenty-one
    • thousand four hundred eleven?
            • A 32,141
            • B 321,141
            • C 321,411
            • D 3,021,411
  • 12.
            • C 321,411
  • 13.
    • Last month, 104,629 people
    • went to the circus.
    • What is the value of the 6 in
    • 104,629?
    A 6 B 60 C 600 D 6,000
  • 14.
    • C 600
  • 15.
    • 4 There are 368 buttons in a jar.
    • What is that number rounded to
    • the nearest hundred buttons?
            • A 300
            • B 360
            • C 370
            • D 400
  • 16.
    • Answer:
    • D 400
  • 17.
    • A deli made 423 sandwiches in one
    • day. What is that number rounded to
    • the nearest hundred sandwiches?
            • A 500
            • B 430
            • C 420
            • D 400
  • 18. Answer
    • D 400
  • 19.
    • 3.2
    • 18 There are 274 people on
    • the plane shown below .
    • What is 274 rounded to the
    • nearest hundred?
            • A 200
            • B 270
            • C 280
            • D 300
  • 20. Answer:
    • D 300
  • 21.
    • 7 The Parents’ Club sold 2,487
    • tickets for the winter festival.
    • What is 2,487 rounded to the
    • nearest hundred?
          • A 2,400
          • B 2,470
          • C 2,480
          • D 2,500
  • 22. Answer:
          • D 2,500
  • 23.
    • 1 Which of the following is a true
    • statement?
        • A 2,245 > 2,174
        • B 2,174 > 2,245
        • C 2,062 > 2,165
        • D 2,165 > 2,174
  • 24. Answer:
    • A 2,245 > 2,174
  • 25.
    • 3.3
    • The chart shows the number of eggs
    • produced on a farm in the first five
    • months of the year .
    Which of the following statements is true? A The number of eggs produced in May was less than in March. B The number of eggs produced in April was less than in February. C The number of eggs produced in January was less than in March. D The number of eggs produced in March was less than in May. 5,164 May 4,907 April 5,879 March 4,228 February 5,961 January Number of Eggs Month
  • 26. Answer:
    • A The number of eggs produced in May
    • was less than in March.
  • 27.
    • 26 Which is true?
    • A 1,204 is less than 1,204
    • B 3,893 is greater than 3,793
    • C 2,687 is less than 2,675
    • D 4,312 is greater than 4,328
  • 28. Answer:
    • B 3,893 is greater than
    • 3,793
  • 29.
    • 28 Harold can use the fact, 3 X 4
    • = 12, to help him solve a related
    • problem. Which of the following
    • could be the problem he is trying
    • to solve?
    • A □ ÷ 3 = 4
    • B □ - 4 = 12
    • C □ + 3 = 4
    • D □ - 3 = 4
  • 30. Answer:
    • A □ ÷ 3 = 4
  • 31.
    • 30
    • Mike’s math teacher gave him the clue, 8 + 6 = 14, to help him solve a related problem. Which could be the problem Mike is trying to solve?
    • A 14 - □ = 8
    • B 8 × □ = 48
    • C 6 ÷ □ = 2
    • D 14 + □ = 20
  • 32. Answer:
    • A 14 - □ = 8
  • 33.  
  • 34.
    • What fraction of the group of eggs above is cracked?
          • A 1/6
          • B 5/6
          • C 5/1
          • D 6/5
  • 35. Answer:
    • B 5/6
  • 36. 1 3 2 4
  • 37.
    • 5
    • Which two figures above have an
    • equal fraction shaded?
        • A 1 and 2
        • B 1 and 3
        • C 2 and 4
        • D 3 and 4
  • 38. can Shelby’s watering can
  • 39.
    • 3.14
    • 2 Which is CLOSEST to the amount of water Shelby’s watering can will hold when full?
    • A 1 gram
    • B 1 pint
    • C 1 cup
    • D 1 gallon
  • 40. Answer
    • D 1 gallon
  • 41. Wade is in third grade.
  • 42.
    • 3 Wade is in third grade.
    • Which is CLOSEST to the amount
    • Wade weighs?
    • A 5 ounces
    • B 50 ounces
    • C 5 pounds
    • D 50 pounds
  • 43. Answer
    • D 50 pounds
  • 44. Peter’s glass of water
  • 45.
    • 45 Which is CLOSEST to the amount of water Peter’s glass will hold when full?
    A 2 gallons B 2 pints C 2 quarts D 2 cups
  • 46. Answer
    • D 2cups
  • 47.  
  • 48.
    • What is the value of the money in the box?
    • A $0.74
    • B $1.70
    • C $1.74
    • D $1.84
  • 49. Answer
    • D $1.84
  • 50.
    • Corey bought a toy that cost $3.52. If he gives the cashier a $5 dollar bill, how much change should he get back?
    A 3 dollars, 2 quarters, 2 pennies B 2 dollars, 3 quarters, 8 pennies C 1 dollar, 5 dimes, 8 pennies D 1 dollar, 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 3 pennies
  • 51. Answer
    • D 1 dollar, 1 quarters, 2
    • dimes, 3 pennies
  • 52. Which clock below shows 20 minutes past two ? A B C D
  • 53. Answer: 20 minutes past two 2:20
  • 54.
    • How many minutes are there in one hour?
    • A 12
    • B 24
    • C 60
    • D 365
  • 55.
    • Answer:
    • C 60 minutes
  • 56.
    • What temperature is shown on this thermometer?
    • A.100 °F
    • B.110 °F
    • C.120 °F
    • D.150 °F
    Hint: Count by 20’s
  • 57. Answer
    • C. 120 °F
  • 58.
    • What is the name of Figure C?
    • A cylinder
    • B sphere
    • C circle
    • D cube
  • 59. Answer
    • A cylinder
  • 60.
    • What does the figure below represent?
    • A a triangle
    • B a line
    • C an angle
    • D a ray
  • 61. Answer
    • C an angle