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    • Name Placement Test Mark the best answer. 1. Which of the following is another 5. In September, a group of fourth way to write the number 11,040? graders read 2,866 pages. In October, they read 3,154 pages. A One thousand, one hundred About how many pages did they forty read in all? B One thousand, forty A 6,000 C Eleven thousand, forty B 6,010 D Eleven thousand, four hundred C 6,020 2. Which statement is true? D 6,920 A 510,080 510,000 6. Doug had 6,000 seeds. He B 510,800 510,008 planted 3,670. How many seeds does he have left? C 510,080 510,800 D 510,008 510,000 A 2,430 B 2,330 3. What is 143,479,806 rounded to C 1,820 the nearest million? D 1,720 A 140,000,000 B 143,000,000 7. Each boat has 9 paddles. C 143,080,000 D 143,500,000 4. The US Constitution was adopted in 1787. Jack was born in 1998. Which number sentence shows the best way to estimate the If Raul counted the paddles in number of years between the groups of 9, which list shows dates, using rounding? numbers he could have named? A 2000 1800 200 A 15, 20, 25, 30 B 1900 1700 200 B 18, 36, 48, 63 © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 C 2000 1500 500 C 28, 35, 42, 48 Placement Test D 2000 1000 1000 D 18, 27, 36, 45 Topic 1 53
    • Name 8. Three friends have 18 marbles to 11. A store sold 316 phones in a share equally. How many marbles week. At this rate, how many will each friend get? phones would the store sell in 18 Marbles 3 weeks? | | ? ? ? A 976 B 956 Marbles each C 948 friend gets D 938 A 9 B 8 12. Find 22 (14 7). C 7 A 1 D 6 B 11 C 15 9. What is 48 8? D 19 A 7 B 6 13. What is the value of the expression below? C 5 6 (6 2) 7 D 4 A 66 10. Part of the calculation for 23 4 B 41 is shown below. What partial product should replace ? C 35 D 31 A 8 23 4 B 12 C 18 80 D 27 92 © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 Placement Test 54 Topic 1
    • Name 14. Danielle has 18 boxes of candles. 17. What is the quotient? Each box has 25 candles. She is R using the table below to calculate 6 35 how many candles she has in all. Which number is missing from the table? 10 8 A 3 R5 20 200 ? B 4 R1 5 50 40 C 5 R5 A 16 D 6 R1 B 120 18. It takes 4 yards of material to C 160 make 1 curtain. How many D 220 curtains can Anne make out of 30 yards? How much material 15. Which partial products can be will she have left? used to find 25 73? A She can make 7 curtains with A 75 and 1,100 2 yards left. B 75 and 1,400 B She can make 7 curtains with C 75 and 1,750 0 yards left. D 75 and 1,825 C She can make 6 curtains with 2 yards left. 16. A hockey team played 9 games. D She can make 6 curtains with The same number of people came 7 yards left. to each game. If 18,000 people came to all the games, how many 19. Which statement is true? people came to each game? A The only factors of 6 are 6 and 1. A 20 B The only factors of 7 are 7 and 1. B 200 C The only factors of 8 are 8 and 1. C 2,000 D The only factors of 9 are 9 and 1. D 20,000 © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 Placement Test Topic 1 55
    • Name ___ ‹ › 20. Which line is parallel to JC ? 23. Which best describes the A B pyramid? J C D I H E G F __ ‹ › A 5 faces and 8 edges A ID ___ ‹ › B 5 faces and 12 edges B HE ___ ‹ › C 6 faces and 8 edges C AG ___ ‹ › D 6 faces and 12 edges D BF 24. Seven students share 6 feet of 21. Which type of angle is angle F? rope equally. What fraction does each student get? A _ feet 7 6 B _ feet 7 7 F C _ feet 6 6 A Acute D _ feet 6 7 B Obtuse C Right 25. Ken ate _ containers of yogurt. 5 3 What is this number written as a D Straight mixed number? 22. Which geometric terms best describe the triangle? 1 __ 1 __ 1 __ 1 __ 1 __ 3 3 3 3 3 A Isosceles, acute A 2_ 2 B Isosceles, right 3 © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 B 2_ 3 Placement Test C Equilateral, obtuse 5 C 1_ 2 D Scalene, acute 3 D 1_ 1 3 56 Topic 1
    • Name 26. Which fraction represents the 29. Which statement is true? smallest part of a whole? 1 A __ 2 1 B __ 9 0.18 0.08 1 C __ 3 A 0.18 0.08 D 1 __ 5 B 0.08 0.18 27. What is __ 7 12 _ in simplest form? 1 3 C 0.08 0.18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 D 0.08 0.18 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 3 30. Kyle jumped 3_ feet. Which 1 1 4 point on the number line best represents the point where 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 Kyle landed? L M N P 8 A ___ 12 0 1 2 3 4 5 B 2 __ 3 A L 10 C ___ 12 B M D 11 ___ C N 12 D P 28. Rita has _ quart of juice left. 1 4 Darius has _ quart of juice left. 1 3 31. Steve’s model train is 14.82 How much more juice does centimeters long. Jim’s model Darius have than Rita? is 11.16 centimeters long. Which is the best estimate of the difference? A 1 centimeter B 2 centimeters A _ 1 quart C 4 centimeters © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 2 B _ 1 Placement Test 3 quart D 6 centimeters C _ 1 quart 4 D __ quart 1 12 Topic 1 57
    • Name 32. A ring has a mass of 6.5 grams. 35. The coldest temperature recorded Another ring has a mass of 7.76 at Mt. Washington was 45 degrees grams. What is the difference in below zero. How is 45 degrees their masses? below zero written as an integer? A 1.12 grams A 45 B 1.26 grams B 32 C 1.6 grams C 0 D 2.26 grams D 45 33. How many counters equal the 36. Which integer is the least? weight of box Q? A 17 Q B 19 C 24 D 7 A 4 37. The measurements of a fence B 6 Mr. Walling built are shown below. What is the perimeter of the fence? C 8 D 12 34. Rhys bought 9 packages of 18 yards baseball cards. He bought a total of 63 cards. Which equation should he use to find how many cards were in each package? 10 yards Let c the number of cards in each package. A 180 yards B 56 yards A 9 c 63 C 28 yards B 9 c 63 D 8 yards C 63 9 c © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 Placement Test D 9 c 63 58 Topic 1
    • Name 38. A diagram of Zack’s yard is shown 41. Sal’s scores on his last five history below. What is the area of his yard? tests are listed below. What was 6 ft his mean score? 87, 78, 100, 85, and 100 6 ft 14 ft A 22 16 ft 10 ft B 87 C 90 20 ft D 100 A 140 square feet 42. Dexter recorded the shoe sizes B 160 square feet of the last 7 customers at his parent’s shoe store. What is C 236 square feet the mode? D 320 square feet 5, 5, 7, 4, 4, 5, 6 39. Mrs. Nelson has 36 tiles. How A 1 should she arrange them so that she has the smallest perimeter? B 4 C 5 A 4 by 9 rectangle D 4 and 5 B 1 by 36 rectangle C 6 by 6 rectangle 43. Which coordinates name point S? D 3 by 18 rectangle 8 y Q R 6 40. Which fruit was the favorite of P 4 more students than any other? 2 S Favorite Fruit 8 6 4 2 0 2 4 6 8x Apples |||| 2 Oranges |||| || 4 | 6 Bananas |||| | | 8 Strawberries || A Apples A (2, 4) © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 Placement Test B Oranges B (6, 4) C Bananas C (4, 6) D Strawberries D (4, 2) Topic 1 59
    • Name 44. How can you find the number of 47. How many lines of symmetry does units from point T to point U? the figure have? y 8 6 T U 4 2 A 0 C 2 0 2 4 6 8x B 1 D 4 A 4 3 B 4 3 48. Which lists all the rotational symmetries this figure has? C 8 3 D 8 4 45. What is the missing number in the table? x 12 26 30 36 y 8 22 26 ? A 33 C 31 A 90º only B 32 D 30 B 90º and 180º C 90º, 180º, and 270º 46. Erin drew the graph below. Which equation did she use? D This figure has no rotational y symmetry. 8 6 49. In a box of crayons, 2 are red, 4 5 are blue, 4 are yellow, and 2 2 are green. If one crayon is 0 2 4 6 8x pulled out randomly, which color is most likely to be picked? A y x 1 A Red C Yellow B y x 1 © Pearson Education, Inc. 5 B Blue D Green Placement Test C y x D y 1 x 60 Topic 1