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1. 6 2 8
2 6 8
2. 2
0
2
3. 5
(5 3)
(5 5) 3
13
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Use an addition property to complete.
4. In three soccer games, Zed scored 5, 3, and 5 goals. How many goals did Zed score in
all 3 games?
a. 8 goals
b. 11 goals
c. 10 goals
d. 13 goals
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Use the addition table to solve.
5. Find
the addends that have the sum of 7.
a. 4 and 3
b. 5 and 3
c. 4 and 4
d. 5 and 1
6. Find
the sum of 4 and 9.
a. 13
b. 5
c. 12
d. 15
7. Sammy did 5 math problems on Monday and 8 on Tuesday. How many math problems
did Sammy do altogether?
a. 3 math problems
b. 14 math problems
c. 12 math problems
d. 13 math problems
Find the number.
8. 10 more than 1,450
a. 1,460
b. 1,450
c. 1,550
d. 1,451
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9. 100 more than 835
a. 845
b. 836
c. 935
d. 735
10. 1 more than 7,684
a. 8,684
b. 7,685
c. 7,784
d. 7,694
Complete the number pattern.
11. 3,450; 3,460; 3,470; ___
a. 3,471
b. 3,480
c. 3,570
d. 3,475
Complete the number sentence.
12. 1,243 ___ 1,343
a. 100
b. 5
c. 1
d. 10
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Solve.
13. A race car can go 10 miles per hour in 1 second. It can go 20 miles per hour in 2
seconds, and 30 miles per hour in 3 seconds. Use the pattern to determine how fast the
race car will go in 6 seconds.
a. Write the pattern that shows how fast a race car can go each second for the first 6
seconds. The first 3 numbers are done for you.
10, 20, 30, ___, ___, ___
b. Does the pattern show 1 more, 10 more, or 100 more?
14. 35
24 20
4
59 50
9
15.
a. 20 and 15
b. 25 and 10
c. 31 and 4
d. 30 and 5
245
124
369
200
100
300
20
60
4
9
a. 35 and 10
b. 41 and 4
c. 4 and 5
d. 40 and 5
Estimate. Round each addend to the indicated place value.
16. 43 56; tens
a. 50
60 110
c. 40 60 100
b. 45
60 105
d. 40 50 90
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17. 527
235; tens
a. 530
240 770
c. 500 200 700
18. 780
b. 520
230 750
d. 500 300 800
345; hundreds
a. 800
400 1,200
c. 700 300 1,000
b. 800
300 1,100
d. 780 340 1,120
Estimate. Round each addend to its greatest place value.
19. 33 66
a. 30
70 100
c. 40 70 110
b. 30
60 90
d. 40 60 100
Solve.
20. Maddox wants to buy a used car and new tires. The car is \$4,474. The tires are \$451.
How much are the car and tires altogether?
a. To the nearest hundred, how much are the car and tires altogether?
Estimate. Round each addend to its greatest place value.
21. 445 261
a. 450
260 710
c. 400 200 600
b. 440
260 700
d. 400 300 700
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22. 456
17
23.
a. 473
b. 463
c. 5,126
d. 513
502
75
a. 1,252
b. 577
c. 127
d. 427
24. 13
706
a. 719
b. 693
c. 709
d. 836
25. A new movie was showing over the weekend. 786 people saw it on Friday. 892 people
saw it on Saturday. How many people saw the movie in all?
a. 106 people
b. 1,678 people
c. 15,178 people
d. 1,578 people
26. 1,230
809
a. 2,039
b. 2,021
c. 1,039
d. 421
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27.
4,247
5,357
a. 95,914
b. 9,504
c. 1,110
d. 9,604
28. 4,318
276
a. 4,042
b. 4,594
c. 7,078
d. 61,078
Solve.
29. Will has 1,342 pennies. His brother has 1,204 pennies. How many pennies do the boys
have altogether?
a. 2,546 pennies
b. 138 pennies
c. 2,647 pennies
d. 2,586 pennies
30. Jeremiah solved this problem.
5,671 1,342
the original problem to see if Jeremiah added correctly.
a. What is the correct answer to the problem?
b. Tell why Jeremiah’s answer is or is not reasonable.
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1. b
2. a
3. c
4. d
5. a
6. a
7. d
8. a
9. c
10. b
11. b
12. a
13. The car will go 60 miles per hour in 6 seconds.
a. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60
b. The pattern shows 10 more.
14. d
15. d
16. c
17. a
18. b
19. a
20. The car and tires are \$4,925 altogether.
To the nearest hundred; \$4,500
\$500 \$5,000.
.
21. d
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22. a
23. b
24. a
25. b
26. a
27. d
28. b
29. a
30. Sample problem: No, his answer is not reasonable.
a. 5,671 1,342 7,013
b. His answer is not reasonable because if you add the numbers, you should get a number
greater than 5,671. Jeremiah’s answer was less than 5,671.