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Name: ..........................................

Pro 1. Add.

a, 8 + 2 = ......... b, 5 + 3 = ......... c, 12 + 3 = .........

d, 1 + 7 = ......... e, 2 + 4 = ......... f, 14 + 5 = .........

Pro 2. How many slices are missing?

A. 5 B. 2 C. 3

Pro 3. Which equals the same value as 13 + 2?

A. 1 + 32 B. 12 + 3 C. 16 - 3

Pro 4. Find the missing numbers.

a, 2 + ........ = 7 b, 4 + ......... = 10 c, ......... + 3 = 9

Pro 5. Subtract
33 86
a, 28 b, - c, -
- 31 20
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Pro 6. Put the numbers in order.

a, 71, 62, 26 b, 21, 19, 12


Pro 7. Look at the balls below. Which box does the following ball should go

into?

A. B. C.

Pro 8. Which picture should be a part of the pattern?

A. B. C.

Pro 9. Which number means five tens and six units?

A. 65 B. 56 C. 11

Pro 10. Jack has 26 candies. Jose has 5 candies less than Jack. How many

candies does Jose have?

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Pro 11. What are three number comes next in the pattern below?

2, 2, 5, 5, 3, 2, 2, 5, 5, ........., ........., .........


Pro 12. Which picture shows a way that the shapes can NOT be moved

together?

A. B. C.

Pro 13. How many squares can you see in the figure below?

A. 6 B. 7 C. 8

Pro 14. Fill number 1, 2, 3 into square grid on the right so that each column,

each row has only one number 1, one number 2, one number 3.
Name: ..........................................

Pro 1. Multiply.

a, 4 5 = ......... b, 5 3 = ......... c, 2 9 = .........

d, 1 7 = ......... e, 6 7 = ......... f, 8 9 = .........

Pro 2. Divide.

a, 21 3 = ......... b, 25 5 = ......... c, 32 4 = .........

d, 48 6 = ......... e, 16 8 = ......... f, 18 9 = .........

Pro 3. Add and subtract.

a, b, c,
289 541 540
- + -
145 321 340

d, 345 e, 321 f, 273


+ - +
158 243 228

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Pro 4. A pie was divided into fifths. Emily ate of the pie. Tony ate of
5 5
the pie. Jenny ate 1 of the pie. How much of the Pie was left?
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Pro 5. Put these of number into order from smallest to biggest.

126, 781, 635, 118, 381

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Pro 6. What is the value of the underlined digit?

A. 70 B. 700 C. 7

Pro 7. What is the total cost of these three items?

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Pro 8. Look at the number sentence beside. 74 + 98 = 172


Which number will make the number sentence true?

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Pro 10. Third-grade students went to a concert in some buses. Each bus took

only 10 students. There are 82 students in third-grade. How many bus should

be used at least?

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Pro 11. Write a multiplication sentence (NOT only answer) to solve how

many legs these animals have in total.

a, 4 horses.

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b, 3 ducks and 7 chickens.

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c, 10 dolphins and 2 dogs.

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Pro 12. Calculate this sentence


1 4 2
(1 + 2 + 3 + ... + 19 + 20) ( + + ) (64 - 27 + 36 - 73)
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Pro 13. Solve

a, 24 + 8 2 b, 12 + (4 + 6) 2 c, 73 - 4 4
Pro 14. The picture shows a two-part figure.

a, Find the total of areas of two part.

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b, Find the perimeter of the whole figure.

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Pro 15. Compare the fractions, and write >, < in the box.
2 2 7 4 1 4
a, b, c,
9 3 9 9 2 7

Pro 16. How many L figure ( ) can you count on this diagram?
Name: ..........................................

Pro 1. Solve.

a, 1035 23 = ........ b, 482 832 = .........

c, 1024 16 = ......... d, 24 11 = .........

Pro 2. Is 2019 divisible by 4? Why or why not?

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Pro 3. Factor the following numbers to their prime factors.

a, 50 b, 96 c, 59

Pro 4. A meal in a restaurant costs three times as much as a meal in the cafe-

teria. The meal in the restaurant costs 36$. In a 5 working days, Mary ate

lunch at the restaurant once, and in the cafeteria the rest of the days. How

much did he spend on lunch that week?

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Pro 5. Find an equivalent fraction.

a, 2 = b, 2 = 6 c, 3 = 15 d, 6 =
5 10 7 8 9 3

Pro 6. Compare the fraction, and write <, >, or = in the box.

a, b, c, d,

Pro 7. Solve

a, b, c, d,

Pro 8. In this correct addition of two 2-digit numbers, A and B represent

different digits. Find the value of digit A.


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Pro 9. You are given five consecutive whole numbers. One of them is 17.

What is the units digit of the product of the five numbers?


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Pro 10. What is the value of the expression?

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Pro 11. Mary stacked toy blocks to form the shape shown below.

How many toy blocks are in Mary’s stack of toy blocks?

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Pro 12. Use the spinner beside to answer the question.

What is the most possibility outcome for the spinner?

A, Red.

B, Green.

C, Blue
Pro 13. A train is exactly 12 miles from Smalltown at 7:00 PM. It travels

toward Smalltown at a constant rate of 45 miles per hour. At what time does

the train reach Smalltown?

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Pro 14. The fraction is changed to a decimal. What digit lies in the 2019th
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place to the right of the decimal point?

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Pro 15. Rectangle ABCD is divided into five congruent smaller rectangles,

as shown. The lengths BC and CD differ by 6 centimeters. What is the area

of ABCD?

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