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New York State Tests. In 2003, the population of Kings County was 2,472,523 . What is the value of the 4 in this number?. 400 40,000 400,000 4,000,000. Which pattern follows the rule below? Divide by 2. 8, 6, 4, 2, . . . 9 , 7, 5, 3, . . . 24 , 12, 6, 3, . . . 36 , 18, 9, 3, . . .

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## New York State Tests

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**In 2003, the population of Kings County was 2,472,523. What**is the value of the 4 in this number? • 400 • 40,000 • 400,000 • 4,000,000**Which pattern follows the rule below?Divide by 2.**• 8, 6, 4, 2, . . . • 9, 7, 5, 3, . . . • 24, 12, 6, 3, . . . • 36, 18, 9, 3, . . .**There are 40 students on a bus. Of these students, 24 are**girls. What fraction of the students are girls? Simplify the fraction to lowest terms. • 2/3 • 3/5 • 4/5 • 7/10**Abigail, Ryan, and Dale read the same book. Abigail reads ¼**of the book. Ryan reads 1/10 of the book. Dale reads 1/5 of the book. What is the order of the fractions from greatest to least? • ¼, 1/5, 1/10 • 1/10, 1/5, ¼ • 1/5, 1/10, ¼ • ¼, 1/10, 1/5**Tony has a ribbon that measures 0.75 meter in length. He**cuts 0.125 meter off the ribbon and gives it to a friend. How much ribbon is left? • 0.2 meter • 0.5 meter • 0.625 meter • 0.635 meter**The fifth-grade classes are having a food drive. There are**84 students in the fifth grade. The goal is for each student to collect 16 cans of food. How many cans will be collected in all if each fifth-grader achieves the goal? • 48 • 100 • 1,344 • 1,464**A cornfield contains 46 rows of corn. There are 32 corn**stalks in each row. How many total corn stalks are there in the cornfield? • 1,362 • 1,372 • 1,462 • 1,472**Ron works from 8:45 A.M. to 3:05 P.M. How long does Ron**work? • 5 hours 40 minutes • 6 hours 20 minutes • 6 hours 40 minutes • 7 hours 20 minutes**Kenisha’s dog ate 15/20 of a bag of dog food last week.**What is 15/20 in simplest form? • 3/5 • 7/10 • 2/3 • 3/4**Kwan had 16 ¾ inches of wire. He cut off 4 2/4 inches of**wire to use in a craft project. How much wire does Kwan have left? • 12 ¼ inches • 12 2/4 inches • 12 ¾ inches • 13 ¼ inches**Sumiko is putting a flower border at the top of each wall in**her room. The room is 14 feet long and 10 feet wide. What is the total length of the border? • 24 feet • 140 feet • 38 feet • 48 feet**Jen and Eric cleaned the kitchen floor together. Jen cleaned**2/7 of the floor, and Eric cleaned 3/7 of the floor. How much of the floor did they clean in all? • 6/49 • 5/14 • 5/7 • 6/7**Laurel’s python is 2 1/2 feet long. If the snake grows 1**foot longer, what will its length be in inches? • 30 inches • 32 inches • 40 inches • 42 inches**The ratio of girls to boys in Mr. Hansen’s class is 4:5.**The ratio of girls to boys in Ms. Luna’s class is 8:10. Which equation correctly compares these ratios? • 4/5 = 10/8 • 4/5 = 8/10 • 4/10 = 8/5 • 4/10 = 5/8**What is the mean (average) of the set of numbers below?15,**39, 30, 10, 8, 39, 27 • 39 • 31 • 27 • 24**Which statement is true?**• ½ < 1/4 • ¼ > 1/5 • 2/10 = 2/5 • ½ ≠ 5/10**What rule explains the pattern below?14, 42, 126, 378, . . .**• Multiply by 2. • Multiply by 3. • Add 18. • Add 28.**Kirsten read a number of books, k. Eric read 3 books fewer**than Kirsten. What expression can be used to find the number of books Eric read? • k -3 • k + 3 • 3 - k • 3 x k**Which equation can be used to help solve the equation below?**• 420 + 6 • 420 - 6 • 420 x 6 • 420 ÷ 6**Giselle had 2 liters of water. She drank 750 milliliters.**How many milliliters of water does Giselle have left? • 250 mL • 1,000 mL • 1,250 mL • 1,750 mL**Jason has a jar that holds one dime, two nickels, and one**quarter. He randomly removes three coins from the jar. Which combination is not a possible outcome? • one dime, one nickel, and one quarter • one quarter and two dimes • one dime and two nickels • two nickels and one quarter**Jackie wants to plant 2 ½ rows of corn in her garden. She**needs 3 ¼ ounces of seed for each row. How many total ounces of seed should Jackie buy? • 8 1/8 oz • 6 1/8 oz • 5 ¾ oz • 5 2/6 oz**How many cups are in 5 quarts?**• 10 c • 20 c • 30 c • 40 c**At a gymnastics competition, 3/10 of the gymnasts won a**ribbon. What percent of the gymnasts won a ribbon? • 3% • 30% • 33% • 33 1/3%**Which equation shows the commutative property of addition?**• 6 + 3 = 9 • 6 + 3 = 6 + 3 • 6 + 3 = 3 + 6 • 6 + 3 = 5 + 4**Mei wrote the expression below.4n x 2If n equals 6, what is**the value of the expression? • 48 • 26 • 20 • 12**George has a one-gallon container of apple juice. How many**cups of apple juice are in the one-gallon container? • 1 • 4 • 8 • 16**Ben recorded the number of customers who shopped at his pet**store every day for one week. The results are shown below.42, 35, 56, 29, 42, 39, 23What is the mean number of customers who shopped at the pet store? • 33 • 38 • 39 • 42**Mr. Jenkins wants to distribute 40 fliers. He has**distributed 30 fliers so far. What percent of the total number of fliers has Mr. Jenkins distributed? • 60% • 70% • 75% • 80%**Keesha will paint one rectangular wall of her bedroom. The**wall measures 10 feet by 8 feet. What is the area of the wall that Keesha will paint? • 18 sq feet • 64 sq feet • 80 sq feet • 100 sq feet**What value for n makes the equation true?3 x n = 1**• -3 • 1/3 • 2/3 • 2**Which equation is true when x = 0?**• 6 – x + 2 = 4 • 2 + 6 – x = 4 • x – 6 + 2 = 4 • 6 + x – 2 = 4**Sarah collects stamps and keeps them in envelopes. She had 9**envelopes with a certain number of stamps, s, in each envelope. She sells 3 of the envelopes.Which expression represents the number of stamps Sarah has left? • 9s - 3 • (9 + 3)s • 9s - 3s • 9s - s - 3**Emma bought 3 pints of orange juice. How many cups of orange**juice did she buy? • 2 c • 6 c • 12 c • 18 c**Holley drew the angle below. What is the approximate**measure? • 100° • 120° • 80° • 45°**Melanie swims a race in 28.872 seconds. What is her time**rounded to the nearest tenth? • 28.8 • 28.87 • 30.0 • 28.9**Which expression is true?**• ½ > 1/5 • ½ > 0.5 • 1/5 > 0.2 • 1/5 > 0.5**Stacie buys a rectangular placement for her porch that is 16**inches long and 10 inches wide. What is the perimeter of the placemat? • 26 inches • 36 inches • 52 inches • 140 inches**Four students simplify the expression below.6 + 4 x 5 ÷**2Aimee’s solution is 25, Mario’s is 46, Jimmy’s is 13, and Lani’s solution is 16. Who’s solution was correct? • Aimee • Mario • Jimmy • Lani**Which pattern follows the rule below?Multiply by 7**• 14, 21, 28, 35… • 8, 56, 392, 2,352 • 12, 84, 588, 4,116 • 18, 126, 133, 931**Which fraction makes this true?½ < 7/10 < ?**• 1/3 • 3/4 • 3/5 • 69/100**Nora measured two angles of an isosceles triangle that**measure 20° each. What is the measure of the third angle? • 20° • 100° • 140° • 180°**Amanda is planting flower seeds in flowerpots. If she plants**144 seeds and she plants 6 seeds in each flowerpot, how many flowerpots will Amanda use? • 864 • 138 • 24 • 22**In 1986, approximately 800,000 people attended a free**concert at New York City’s Central Park. How many 10 thousands are equal to 800,000? • 8 • 80 • 800 • 8,000**Abdul wants to build a fence around his rectangular garden.**The length of the garden is 20.5 yards, and the width is 30.5 yards. What is the perimeter of the garden? • 51 yards • 81.5 yards • 102 yards • 625.25 yards**What is the total number of lines of symmetry that can be**drawn on this rectangle? • 1 • 2 • 3 • 4**Which angle in the figure below measures 60°?**• ∠A • ∠B • ∠C • ∠D**Which equivalent fractions are correct?**• 4/5 = 7/15 • 7/15 = 10/15 • 4/5 = 20/25 • 10/15 = 20/25**Shirley’s wading pool holds 368 quarts of water. How many**gallons of water does it hold? • 92 • 364 • 372 • 1,472

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