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# Objective Objective Objective Objective

1 2&3 4&5 6

Ten Thousands

value of 7 in
3,879,421?
1,1
7

## What number correctly

completes this number
sentence?
56 ÷ =8
1,2
27 feet

9 yards is equal
to how many
feet?
1,3
Tom
Mary and her friends each had a marble collection.
Friend Number of Marbles
Mary 50
Joe 29
Tom 35
Sue 42

## Mary decided to give 7 marbles to Joe since he had

the least amount. After she gave Joe some of her
marbles, who had the least number of marbles?
1,4
Hundredths

What is the
place value of 5
in 184.65?
2,1
hexagon

What is a polygon
with 6 sides
called?
2,2
8
At lunch, students may
choose from 4 main dishes
and 2 fruits. How many
different lunches can students
have if they choose 1 item
from each group?
2,3
Less, because she rounded both
numbers down
Shelly bought a new shirt for \$16.39
and earrings for \$4.45. Shelly
estimated that she spent \$20 on the 2
items. Compare her estimate to the
actual amount of money she spent.
Explain why her estimate is more or
less than the actual sum.
2,4
30 minutes
math homework. She spent 15
minutes on science and 25
minutes on reading. If she spent
70 minutes in all, how much time
did she spend on her math?
3,1
600 pieces of candy
Simon is buying candy for his friends. The table shows
how many pieces of candy there are in 3, 4, and 8 bags.
Number of bags Number of pieces of candy
3 300
4 400
8 800
If he buys 6 bags of candy, how many pieces
will he have?

3,2
56 inches
The sides of the octagon are all the same
length.

7 inches

## What is the perimeter of the octagon?

3,3
More, because 1.68 is less than
0.58 + 0.58 + 0.58

## At the grocery store, Lisa purchased 1

pound of grapes for \$1.68. She also
bought 3 pounds of bananas for 58¢
per pound. Explain why Lisa spent
more or less money on the bananas
than the grapes.
3,4
2,244 pencils
The principal bought 3 new
pencils for every student taking
the TAKS test. There are 748
students taking the test. Each
pencil costs 15¢. How many
pencils did the principal buy?
4,1
8 edges
How many edges does a
square pyramid have?

4,2
6 pizzas
Jose is ordering a pizza. He
may choose from pepperoni,
sausage, mushrooms, and
onions. If Jose chooses only
two items how many different
pizzas can he make?
4,3
14 pieces of pizza
George and his 2 friends ordered
2 medium pizzas for lunch.
They ate 4 pieces of pizza each.
There were 2 pieces of pizza left
over. How many pieces of pizza
were there to begin with?
4,4
86 books
In the biography section of
the library there are 7 shelves
of books. If there are 602
books in the biography
section, how many books are
on each shelf?
5,1
6 3/4

## What fraction does the point on the

number line represent?

5 6 7 8

5,2
6:30 P.M.
Thomas leaves his home for
soccer practice at 3:45 P.M.
He returns home 2 hours
and 45 minutes later.
What time did he get home?
5,3
10 pieces of candy
Pete and Travis together have
15 pieces of candy. Pete has
2 times as much candy as
Travis has. How many
pieces of candy does Pete
have?
5,4