MATHEMATICS Computation Do the following problems in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Fill in the space next to the answer you choose. Use your scratch paper to do your work. ADDITION SUBTRACTION MULTIPLICATION DIVISION 11 13 3 2 14 10 4 11 9 3 3 + 5 - 0 x 7 4 16 14 10 0 30 28 21 5 19 13 88 50 33 34 77 7 10 11 77 7 45 10 90 - 37 x 1 + 30 98 65 43 40 6 1 9 90 18 0 217 218 40 45 0 3 17 345 8 6 0 + 0 - 127 x 5 24 17 318 222 35 30 6 60 12 13 3 2 0 12 4 3 7 9 2 + 5 - 7 x 0 3 21 14 2 0 16 2 20 18 7 23 68 50 33 97 72 71 10 45 92 9 33 5 40 - 13 x 8 + 12 98 65 56 79 76 17 9 8 18 0 991 165 36 0 9 4 12 578 6 + 9 - 413 x 6 8 56 24 21 164 166 66 12 48 7 Page 6 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.

MATHEMATICS Concepts Read and work out each of the following problems. Fill in the space next to the answer you choose. 1 What is the length of this 2 Which of these figures is a 3 Which of these signs key? triangle? belongs in the box? 10 5 = 15 2 units 4 units + - 7 units 5 units x ÷ none of these none of these none of these 4 5 Which is the right way to write 6 Which digit in the numeral What time does 4 dollars and twenty cents? 1,456 is in the tens’ place? this clock show? 3:00 $4.20 $42.0 1 5 1:15 5:00 $420 $.420 4 6 12:15 8:00 none of these none of these 7 What number belongs on 8 What fraction of the figure 9 Which of these numerals the line? below is not shaded? names the largest number? 5 10 15 ____ 192 314 1 1 16 20 5 4 250 1 1 501 17 25 3 2 478 none of these none of these Page 7 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.

MATHEMATICS Problems Read each of the following problems. Mark the answer you choose for each problem. Use your scratch paper to do your work. 1 4 Mark had 3 baseball cards. James gave him 4 more. How many baseball 6 cards does Mark have now? 7 9 2 $10 Jenny bought 5 candy bars for 2 dollars each, and 2 other candy bars $12 for 1 dollar each. How much did she pay for all the candy bars? $14 $16 3 $1 Jack wanted to buy his first bicycle for $15. He mowed lawns for three $3 weeks and earned $12 dollars. How much more does Jack need? $4 $6 4 2 Jan is buying cupcakes for her class. Each box of cupcakes has 6 3 cupcakes in it. Her class has 24 students in it. How many boxes must 4 she buy? 5 5 3 Mike had 12 toys. He gave 3 toys to Danny and 4 toys to Wyatt. How 4 many toys did Mike have left? 5 7 6 4 Rita has 4 stickers, Piper has 6 stickers, and Alina has 5 stickers. If they 5 divide them equally, how many stickers will each have? 6 15 7 3 A cookie recipe calls for 3 cups of sugar. In order to make a triple batch 4 of cookies, how many cups of sugar would you need? 6 9 8 10 Jack has 3 pizza’s which are each cut into 6 slices. If Jack’s 8 friends 12 each have 1 slice, how many slices will be left over? 16 18 Page 8 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.