A. 3 fill-in-the-blank and 2 essay questions
B. 2 fill-in-the-blank, 3 multiple choice, and 1 essay question
C. 4 multiple choice and 3 essay questions
D. 2 fill-in-the-blank, 1 multiple choice, and 3 essay questions
A. 400 B. 330 C. 210 D. 100 4. Diana has 4 quarts of water. She poured all the water into pint containers. Each pint container was filled to capacity. How many pint
containers did she use? A. 2 B. 8 C. 16 D. 40
5. Each student in Mr. Edward’s class needs 3 sheets of graph paper for the math project. Each packet of graph paper holds 25 sheets. There are 28 students in his class. What is the least number of packets of graph paper he will need for his students? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5
Sydney played a video game 43 times last year. He did not lose more than 2 games in a row last year. What is the greatest possible number of video games that Sydney could have lost last year?
Mark your answer in the answer grid.
2. Lydia, Sarah, and Denise collected campaign buttons. Lydia had 20 more buttons than Sarah. Denise had 3 times as many buttons as Sarah.
If the total number of campaign buttons the 3 girls had was 120, how many
buttons did Lydia have? Mark your answer in the answer grid.
3. Larry has 66 music CDs. He has 2 times as many rock CDs as country CDs. He has 3 times as many rock CDs as hip-hop CDs. How many rock CDs does Larry have? Mark your answer in the answer grid.
4. A company that rents cars will rent a small car for $30 per day. Another company will rent the same type of car for $20 per day plus $0.08 for each mile driven. What is the number of miles at which the rental fees will be
the same? Mark your answer in the answer grid.
5. A group of 5 adults and 4 children went to the movies. The price for each movie ticket was a whole number dollar amount with tax included. Each adult ticket cost more than each child ticket. A total of $50 was paid for the tickets. What is the cost of a child’s ticket? Mark your answer in the answer grid.