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# Name: ..........................................

Pro 1. Add.

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 5. Subtract
33 86
a, 28 b, - c, -
- 31 20
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## 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.

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.

Pro 2. Divide.

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.

## 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,

## 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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## 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
35
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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