Sonya is thinking of a number. She wrote multiples of her number in a box, as shown.

Which of the following could be Sonya's number?

Find the sum.

This table shows the length, in kilometers, of each trail in a park.

A. Which trail has the shortest length?

B. List the trails in order of length from shortest to longest.

C. Which trail has a length closest to the length of the Blue Trail?

Show or explain how you got your answer.

Carmen wrote this expression in a notebook.

Which of these is **not** equal to Carmen’s expression?

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Four points are shown on this number line.

Which point represents where 0.27 is located on the number line?

A playground has a basketball court and a sandbox. The length of the sandbox is 18 feet.

A. The length of the basketball court is 5 times the length of the sandbox. Write an equation that can be used to find b, the length in feet of the basketball court.

Write the equation using the "WIRIS editor" button

B. What is the length, in feet, of the basketball court?

Do not include the units (feet) in your answer.

Show or explain how you got your answer.

C. The length of the playground is twice the length of the basketball court **and** the sandbox added together.

What is the total length, in feet, of the playground?

Do not include the units (feet) in your answer.

Show or explain how you got your answer.

Which pairs of models show a correct comparison of and ?

Select the **two** correct answers.

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A carpenter measured the lengths, in inches, of some pieces of wood. The lengths are shown in this line plot.

The carpenter collected all the pieces of wood with a length of inches. Then he placed those pieces end to end in a straight line.

What is the total length of the pieces of wood the carpenter placed in a straight line?

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A teacher has two sets of stickers in different shapes to give to students.

**Part A**

The first set has five stickers.

Which of these stickers appear to have at least one obtuse angle?

Select the **two** correct answers.

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**Part B**

The second set has three triangle stickers, as shown.

Which of these sentences correctly describes one of the stickers?

An artist bought 5 yards of rope. Which of the following is equivalent to 5 yards?

A teacher wrote this number on the board.

24,473

The value of the digit in the thousands place is how many times the value of the digit in the hundreds place?

What is fourteen thousand, two hundred five written in standard form?

A dashed line is drawn on this figure.

Which of these sentences are true?

Select the **two** correct answers.

Some angles are shown in this diagram.

Angle HGL has a measure of 167°.

What is the measure of angle JGK?

Abe has 16 pins in one box and 17 pins in another box. He is hanging posters with the pins. Abe uses 4 pins to hang each poster.

What is the total number of posters Abe can hang with the pins?

Which of these statements are true?

Select the **three** correct answers.

Two protractors are used to measure angle A and angle B, as shown.

Which of these shows the measures of both angles?

Meghan is making 5 loaves of banana bread. She needs cup of sugar for each loaf. How many cups of sugar does Meghan need altogether to make the 5 loaves?

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A student wrote this subtraction problem in his notebook.

25,000 − 13,476 =

What number belongs in the to make the student’s subtraction problem true?

Anna made a diagram of her room and labeled the length and width, as shown.

What is the area of Anna’s room?