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MATHEMATICS GRADE LEVEL SAMPLE TEST 2003-2005 GRADE Calculation and Estimation Measurement Statistics and Probability Algebraic Relationships Geometry Mathematics▼ DIRECTIONS Read each of the questions below and then decide on the BEST answer There are a lot of different kinds of questions, so read each question carefully before marking an answer on your answer sheet What number goes in the box? 2+5+ A B =6+4 C D Which expression has an answer equal to 17 – 9? Identify the polygon that best fits this description: A quadrilateral that has four right angles and four equal length sides A x C 20 - 11 B + D ÷ A trapezoid B square C rhombus D pentagon What is the perimeter of the square? feet Nancy spends $1.50 What is her change from $5.00? feet A 12 feet B 13 feet A $4.50 C $3.50 B $4.00 D $2.50 C 24 feet D 36 feet A bowl has 14 beads: are red, are yellow, are blue, are green Write a fraction for the probability of picking a blue bead A C 14 B 24 14 D 2003-05 Oregon Department of Education, Grade If I added up the lengths of all four sides of this rectangle, what would I be calculating? A Distance C Area B Perimeter D Length Sample Test M1 Mathematics▼ 11 Bruce flipped a penny times It landed on heads times and tails times If he flips the coin a 6th time, what statement is true? Find the sum of 627 and 328 Next, round the sum to the nearest 10 The answer is: A 1,000 A It is more likely to be heads B 966 B It is equally likely to be heads or tails C 960 C It is more likely to be tails D 900 D It is not likely to be tails What is the next number in this sequence? 12 2, 10, 7, 15, 12, 20, 17, 25, _ A 22 B 30 C 31 D 32 10 Which pair of these figures are congruent? A B A birthday party started at 11:05 am The party lasted for hours At what time did the birthday party end? A 4:30 pm C 3:30 pm B 3:35 pm D 3:05 pm 13 Beth’s mother finds a shirt for Beth for $12.00 Is the next shirt her mother finds likely to be cheaper or more expensive? C A It will probably be cheaper B It will probably be more expensive C It will probably be the same price as the first shirt D M2 D There is no way to tell without more information Sample Test 2003-05 Oregon Department of Education, Grade Mathematics▼ 14 16 In this list, there is one extra number that doesn’t belong in the pattern What number doesn’t belong? 100 75 A B 50 C 64 64 50 25 About how many more bricks does Molly need to add to her pile to equal 50 kilograms? D 100 A B C 45 15 D 46 Look at the figure: 17 Which of the following shows the figure reflected across the dotted line? A C B D The team started their baseball game at 1:30 The clock shows the time when the game was finished How long was the game? A One hour, thirty minutes B One hour, thirty-five minutes C Two hours, thirty-five minutes D Four hours, five minutes 2003-05 Oregon Department of Education, Grade Sample Test M3 Mathematics▼ 18 20 Andrew recorded the number and type of birds that visited his birdfeeder over days What was the average number of Juncos visiting the feeder? A B C Only quadrilaterals are allowed to join Club Quadrilateral Which figure can NOT join Club Quadrilateral? D 10 A B C 19 D This figure appears to be 21 The figures below are each made of 2-inch squares What are their perimeters? A a trapezoid B a square C a rectangle D a rhombus A inches and inches B 14 inches and 28 inches C 28 inches and 32 inches D Both are 28 inches M4 Sample Test 2003-05 Oregon Department of Education, Grade Mathematics▼ 22 24 How many cubes are in this shape? Choose the next three numbers in this DECREASING sequence 96, 87, 78, , , A 96, 87, 78 B 69, 78, 87 C 69, 60, 51 D 67, 56, 45 A 16 B 20 25 C 30 Which quadrilateral matches the following definition: D 36 “Only one pair of parallel sides.” A B 23 Tyla flipped a penny and got tails She flipped the penny again and got tails If she flips the penny again what will probably happen? A She’ll get heads C B She’ll get tails C She is equally likely to get heads as tails D She’ll get neither heads or tails D 2003-05 Oregon Department of Education, Grade Sample Test M5 ... A $4. 50 C $3.50 B $4. 00 D $2.50 C 24 feet D 36 feet A bowl has 14 beads: are red, are yellow, are blue, are green Write a fraction for the probability of picking a blue bead A C 14 B 24 14 D... 2003 -05 Oregon Department of Education, Grade Mathematics▼ 14 16 In this list, there is one extra number that doesn’t belong in the pattern What number doesn’t belong? 100 75 A B 50 C 64 64 50... inches and inches B 14 inches and 28 inches C 28 inches and 32 inches D Both are 28 inches M4 Sample Test 2003 -05 Oregon Department of Education, Grade Mathematics▼ 22 24 How many cubes are in
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