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Question 1 of 52
1. Question
Identify … the Competency
A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of milk and 3 teaspoons of baking soda. If you wanted to use 5 cups of flour, how many teaspoons of baking soda would you need?
 tsp.
 tsp.
 tsp.
 tsp.
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Question 2 of 52
2. Question
Identify … the Competency
Jacques is filling her fish tank with water. Unfortunately, her hose is broken and can only pump half a gallon of water every 3 minutes. If filling her fish tank took three and a half hours, how many gallons of water can her fish tank hold?
 30 gallons
 35 gallons
 70 gallons
 140 gallons
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Question 3 of 52
3. Question
This problem is related to which competency?
Orders of Operations is a concept related to which competency?
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Question 4 of 52
4. Question
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What is the lowest common denominator for the following fractions?
, ,
 1
 24
 48
 96
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Question 5 of 52
5. Question
Identify … the Competency
If and what does represent?
 0
 60
 68
 72
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Question 6 of 52
6. Question
An electronics store is having a sale on all their TVs. The regular price of a TV is $900, and the sale is for 30% off. How much money would you end up saving if you bought a TV during this sale?
 $270.00
 $300.00
 $630.00
 $1170.00
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Question 7 of 52
7. Question
If and what does represent?
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Question 8 of 52
8. Question
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Kaitlyn is baking cookies at home. The recipe calls for of a cup of flour, but she wants to triple the recipe. After tripling the amount of flour, she splits what she has into two separate bowls. How much flour is in one of the bowls?
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Question 9 of 52
9. Question
This problem is related to which competency?
Fractions, Decimals and Percent are concepts related to which competency?
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Question 10 of 52
10. Question
An alert was sent out to a small town that said, because there was a drought, the price of a pound of corn would be increasing by 7%. The price before the alert was $1.70. What will be the price of corn per pound after the alert?
 $2.03
 $1.82
 $1.77
 $1.58
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Question 11 of 52
11. Question
Eliminate … select the two worst answers
Jacques is filling his fish tank with water. Unfortunately, his hose is broken and can only pump half a gallon of water every 3 minutes. If filling his fish tank took three and a half hours, how many gallons of water can his fish tank hold?
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Question 12 of 52
12. Question
Eliminate … select the two worst answers
What is the lowest common denominator for the following fractions?
, ,
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Question 13 of 52
13. Question
An alert was sent out to a small town that said, because there was a drought, the price of a pound of corn would be increasing by 7%. The price before the alert was $1.70. What will be the price of corn per pound after the alert?
 $2.03
 $1.82
 $1.77
 $1.58
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Question 14 of 52
14. Question
This problem is related to which competency?
Place Value, Rounding and Estimation are concepts related to which competency?
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Question 15 of 52
15. Question
Grandma Jean decides to write down her secret fruitcake recipe. She uses one pineapple for every plum, two pears for every pineapple, and three apples for every plum. If she wanted to make a fruitcake with 10 pears in it, how many total pieces of fruit would she need to buy?
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Question 16 of 52
16. Question
An electronics store is having a sale on all their TVs. The regular price of a TV is $900, and the sale is for 30% off. How much money would you end up saving if you bought a TV during this sale?
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Question 17 of 52
17. Question
If it takes Chelsey 3 hours to wash a car, and it takes Sammie 2 hours to wash that same car, how long would it take to wash the car if they worked together?
 5 hours 0 minutes
 2 hours 20 minutes
 1 hour 20 minutes
 1 hour 12 minutes
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Question 18 of 52
18. Question
Assume … select the two best answers
Jacques is filling his fish tank with water. Unfortunately, his hose is broken and can only pump half a gallon of water every 3 minutes. If filling his fish tank took three and a half hours, how many gallons of water can his fish tank hold?
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Question 19 of 52
19. Question
Assume … select the two best answers
What is the lowest common denominator for the following fractions?
, ,
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Question 20 of 52
20. Question
Eliminate … select the one worst answer
If and what does represent?
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Question 21 of 52
21. Question
Kaitlyn is baking cookies at home. The recipe calls for of a cup of flour, but she wants to triple the recipe. After tripling the amount of flour, she splits what she has into two separate bowls. How much flour is in one of the bowls?
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Question 22 of 52
22. Question
An alert was sent out to a small town that said, because there was a drought, the price of corn would be increasing by 7%. The price of corn before the alert was $1.70. What will the price of corn be after the alert?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 23 of 52
23. Question
Solve … Make a Decision
Jacques is filling his fish tank with water. Unfortunately, his hose is broken and can only pump half a gallon of water every 3 minutes. If filling his fish tank took three and a half hours, how many gallons of water can his fish tank hold?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 24 of 52
24. Question
Kaitlyn is baking cookies at home. The recipe calls for of a cup of flour, but she wants to triple the recipe. After tripling the amount of flour, she splits what she has into two separate bowls. How much flour is in one of the bowls?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 25 of 52
25. Question
Solve … Make a Decision
What is the lowest common denominator for the following fractions?
, ,
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Question 26 of 52
26. Question
Assume … select the one best answer
If and what does represent?
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Question 27 of 52
27. Question
If it takes Chelsey 3 hours to wash a car, and it takes Sammie 2 hours to wash that same car, how long would it take to wash the car if they worked together?
 5 hours 0 minutes
 2 hours 20 minutes
 1 hour 20 minutes
 1 hour 12 minutes
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Question 28 of 52
28. Question
Solve … Make a Decision
If and what does represent?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 29 of 52
29. Question
If and what does represent?
 0
 60
 68
 72
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Question 30 of 52
30. Question
If it takes Chelsey 3 hours to wash a car, and it takes Sammie 2 hours to wash that same car, how long would it take to wash the car if they worked together?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 31 of 52
31. Question
Identify … the Competency
What is the greatest common factor of the following numbers?
 4
 8
 16
 24
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Question 32 of 52
32. Question
Identify … the Competency
Grandma Jean decides to write down her secret fruitcake recipe. She uses one pineapple for every plum, two pears for every pineapple, and three apples for every plum. If she wanted to make a fruitcake with 10 pears in it, how many total pieces of fruit would she need to buy?
 35
 45
 60
 110
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 33 of 52
33. Question
A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of milk and 3 teaspoons of baking soda. If you wanted to use 5 cups of flour, how many teaspoons of baking soda would you need?
 tsp.
 tsp.
 tsp.
 tsp.
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Question 34 of 52
34. Question
Kaitlyn is baking cookies at home. The recipe calls for of a cup of flour, but she wants to triple the recipe. After tripling the amount of flour, she splits what she has into two separate bowls. How much flour is in one of the bowls?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 35 of 52
35. Question
Decide … invest time NOW, or Mark & Save
A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of milk and 3 teaspoons of baking soda. If you wanted to use 5 cups of flour, how many teaspoons of baking soda would you need?
 tsp.
 tsp.
 tsp.
 tsp.
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 36 of 52
36. Question
Grandma Jean decides to write down her secret fruitcake recipe. She uses one pineapple for every plum, two pears for every pineapple, and three apples for every plum. If she wanted to make a fruitcake with 10 pears in it, how many total pieces of fruit would she need to buy?
 35
 45
 60
 110
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 37 of 52
37. Question
What is the lowest common denominator for the following fractions?
, ,
 1
 24
 48
 96
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 38 of 52
38. Question
Jacques is filling his fish tank with water. Unfortunately, his hose is broken and can only pump half a gallon of water every 3 minutes. If filling his fish tank took three and a half hours, how many gallons of water can his fish tank hold?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 39 of 52
39. Question
Eliminate … select the two worst answers
A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of milk and 3 teaspoons of baking soda. If you wanted to use 5 cups of flour, how many teaspoons of baking soda would you need?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 40 of 52
40. Question
Eliminate … select the one worst answer
Grandma Jean decides to write down her secret fruitcake recipe. She uses one pineapple for every plum, two pears for every pineapple, and three apples for every plum. If she wanted to make a fruitcake with 10 pears in it, how many total pieces of fruit would she need to buy?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 41 of 52
41. Question
Grandma Jean decides to write down her secret fruitcake recipe. She uses one pineapple for every plum, two pears for every pineapple, and three apples for every plum. If she wanted to make a fruitcake with 10 pears in it, how many total pieces of fruit would she need to buy?
 35
 45
 60
 110
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 42 of 52
42. Question
A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of milk and 3 teaspoons of baking soda. If you wanted to use 5 cups of flour, how many teaspoons of baking soda would you need?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 43 of 52
43. Question
Assume … select the two best answers
A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of milk and 3 teaspoons of baking soda. If you wanted to use 5 cups of flour, how many teaspoons of baking soda would you need?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 44 of 52
44. Question
Assume … select the one best answer
An alert was sent out to a small town that said, because there was a drought, the price of corn would be increasing by 7%. The price of corn before the alert was $1.70. What will the price of corn be after the alert?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 45 of 52
45. Question
Assume … select the one best answer
Grandma Jean decides to write down her secret fruitcake recipe. She uses one pineapple for every plum, two pears for every pineapple, and three apples for every plum. If she wanted to make a fruitcake with 10 pears in it, how many total pieces of fruit would she need to buy?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 46 of 52
46. Question
Jacques is filling her fish tank with water. Unfortunately, her hose is broken and can only pump half a gallon of water every 3 minutes. If filling her fish tank took three and a half hours, how many gallons of water can her fish tank hold?
 30 gallons
 35 gallons
 70 gallons
 140 gallons
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 47 of 52
47. Question
Solve … Make a Decision
A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of milk and 3 teaspoons of baking soda. If you wanted to use 5 cups of flour, how many teaspoons of baking soda would you need?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 48 of 52
48. Question
What is the lowest common denominator for the following fractions?
, ,
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Question 49 of 52
49. Question
Solve … Make a Decision
What is the greatest common factor of the following numbers?
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Question 50 of 52
50. Question
Solve … Make a Decision
Grandma Jean decides to write down her secret fruitcake recipe. She uses one pineapple for every plum, two pears for every pineapple, and three apples for every plum. If she wanted to make a fruitcake with 10 pears in it, how many total pieces of fruit would she need to buy?
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 51 of 52
51. Question
What is the greatest common factor of the following numbers?
 4
 8
 16
 24
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Question 52 of 52
52. Question
What is the greatest common factor of the following numbers?
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