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- 1. Math Response91 ÷ 7 =
- 2. Drop DownTy had a rope that was 462 cm long. He cut it into pieces that were 3 cm long. How many 3 cm pieces of rope can he cut? (a)1545477
- 3. Drop Down792 ÷ 24 = (a)3333.125.03
- 4. Drop DownMrs. Graves has 784 erasers. She gives each of the 36 sixth grade students the same number of erasers. How many erasers will each student get? (a)212221.722.7
- 5. Drag and Drop5,280 ÷ 16 = (a)230303303
- 6. Multiple ChoiceKyle has 654 marbles. If he puts 12 marbles in each ziploc bag, how many bags can he fill?54.5545555.5
- 7. Drop DownMrs. Messina has 2,645 M&Ms. If she divides them equally between her 29 students, how many M&Ms will each student get? (a)919291.292.2
- 8. Multiple ChoiceKeri is reading a novel that has 650 pages. She has 25 days to finish the book. If Keri reads the same number of pages each day, how many pages does she read each day?26 pages27 pages20 pages30 pages
- 9. Multiple ChoiceThe Oregon Trail is 2,197 miles long. How long would it take a covered wagon traveling 20 miles a day to complete the trip? (round up)100 days110 days95 days120 days
- 10. Multiple ChoiceGrace earned $3,264 last month. If she makes $16 per hour, how many hours did she work?205 hours52,224 hours202 hours204 hours
- 11. Multiple Choice68,794 ÷ 11 =6,25462460,254700
- 12. Drag and DropThe new baseball stadium holds 64,506 people. There are 26 gates where people enter the ballpark. The same number of people entered each gate. How many people entered the first gate? (a)2,0002,9162,481I have no idea.
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