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Math Wizard Trivia Game. What is sixty-three thousand, five hundred four in standard form? a. 6,354 b. 63,504 c. 63,540 d. 63,054. b. 63,504. Which is the best unit to measure the time it takes to brush your teeth? a. minutes b. hours c. days d. weeks. a. minutes.

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## Math Wizard Trivia Game

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**What is sixty-three thousand, five hundred four in standard**form? a. 6,354 b. 63,504 c. 63,540 d. 63,054**Which is the best unit to measure the time it takes to brush**your teeth? a. minutes b. hours c. days d. weeks**What number completes this number sentence?**4,000+200+_____+7=4,287 a. 87 b. 8 c. 80 d. 0**Which digit is in the thousands place?**38,912 a. 9 b. 2 c. 1 d. 8**Which is 267 in expanded form?**a. 20 + 6 + 7 b. 200 + 70 +6 c. 200 + 60 + 7 d. 20 + 67**Leslie has 678 seashells in her seashell collection. What**is this number rounded to the nearest hundred? a. 600 b. 660 c. 680 d. 700**What is the value of the 5 in 354,984?**a. 50,000 b. 500 c. 500,000 d. 50**Which group of objects can NOT be divided into two equal**groups? a. 29 seashells b. 98 cars c. 12 pencils d. 64 hairclips**Hannah has two $10 bills and 4 dimes. Which amount shows**how much money she has? A. $10.40 b. $20.04 c. $10.20 d. $20.40**Feran found 45 seashells on the beach. Which is another**name for this number? a. 20 + 20 + 5 b. 50 - 4 c. 10 + 20 + 5 d. 1 + 1 + 42**Luke has 238 baseball cards and 114 basketball cards. Which**is the most reasonable estimate for how many cards in all? a. 400 b. 500 c. 300**Which digit is in the hundreds place?**32, 967 a. 6 b. 7 c. 3 d. 2 e. 9**Lola made an array with colored tiles. She made 4 rows with**9 tiles in each row. Which number sentence matches her array? a. 4 + 9 = 14 b. 4 x 4 = 16 c. 4 x 9 = 36**66 - p = 56**p=? a. 5 b. 6 c. 10 d. 11**Find the sum.**45 + (5 + 5) = ___ a. 50 b. 60 c. 55**Choose the number sentence that can be used to solve the**problem. DeAndre is packing books into boxes. Each box holds 24 books. DeAndre put 10 books into the box. How many more books will he need to fill the box? a. 24 + 10 = 34 b. 24 x 10 = 240 c. 24 - 10 = 14**Kaleel wrote this number pattern:**44, 40, 36, ___, ___ What are the next two numbers in his pattern? a. 32, 28 b. 31, 27 c. 33, 29**There were 6,780 people in the theater. What is this number**rounded to the nearest hundred? a. 6,800 b. 6,000 c. 7,000 d. 6,780**Mrs. Smith has 81 crayons. She wants the same number of**crayons at each of 9 tables. How many crayons should she put at each table? a. 8 b. 90 c. 72 d. 9**Compare 4,567 and 4,675. Which statement is true?**a. 4,567 > 4,675 b. 4,675 < 4,567 c. 4,567 < 4,675 d. 4,567 = 4,675**Jackson’s family went to the movies. Each ticket cost $4.**How much did it cost in all to buy 7 tickets? a. $35 b. $28 c. $24 d. $16**Yemon’s family went to the movies. Each ticket cost $5.**How much did it cost in all to buy 2 children tickets and 3 adult tickets? a. $35 b. $20 c. $10 d. $25**Nikki had cheerleading practice from 2:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.**How long was her cheerleading practice? a. 1 hour b. 45 minutes c. 1 hour and 30 minutes d. 1 hour and 15 minutes**The lengths of a rectangle’s sides are 2 inches and 8**inches. What is the perimeter of the rectangle? a. 20 inches b. 10 inches c. 18 inches d. 12 inches**A bag has 2 yellow tiles, 1 red tile, and 5 blue tiles.**Which event is impossible? a. pulling a yellow tile b. pulling a blue tile c. pulling a red tile d. pulling a white tile

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