Problem Solving Practice

A. 0.1, 0.021, 1.2, 1.04, 0.05
C. 0.021, 0.05, 0.1, 1.04, 1.2 B. 0.05, 0.021, 0.1, 1.04, 1.2
D. 0.021, 0.05, 0.1, 1.2 Mr. Johson's class recorded the amount of rainfall each day last week. Order the number of inches from least to greatest A. matchbox car C. Model Airplane B. action figure James bought a model airplane for $0.75, a rubber ball for $0.18, an action figure for $0.39, and a matchbox for $0.61. Which toy was the least expensive? D. Rubber Ball A. 1000 B. 1200 C. 1400 D. 1600 The table shows how many people attended the school play at each perfomance. Round to the nearest hundred to find about how many people saw the play over the weekend After the game, the coach is taking the team out to the restaurant that is closest to the field. The table below shows the distances from the field to each restaurant. Where is the team going? B. Burger Bonanza A. Frozen Fun C. Hot Dog Hut D. Pizza Palace B. 2 seconds C. 4 seconds At the swim meet, Latisha's best time for swimming one lap is 38.64 seconds. At the swim meet, her best time was 40.73 seconds. About how much better is her new best time? A. 1 second D. 9 seconds B. 36 square feet A. 80 square feet Jill drew a diagram of her room. What is the area, in square feet of Jill's room? (Hint: Area= Length times Width) D. 13 socks B. 9 socks C. 20 socks A. 18 socks Michael has 4 pairs of red socks and 5 pairs of white socks. How many socks does Michael have in all? A. 30, 500 B. 31, 000 C. 33, 000 D. 34, 800 The table shows how many people competed in the annual bike race each year. Round to the nearest hundred to find how many people in all have competed in the five years of races |

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