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Question Number 1
Any number plus zero is that number..what rule is this?
A. Associative Property of Addition
B. Commutative Property of Addition
C. Addition Property of Zero
D. There is no rule
Question Number 2
Changing the grouping of addends does not change their sum. What rule is this?
A. Associative Property of Addition
B. Commutative Property of Addition
C. Addition Property of Zero
D. There is no rule
Question Number 3
Changing the order of two addends does not change their sum. What rule is this?
A. Associative Property of Addition
B. Commutative Property of Addition
C. Addition Property of Zero
D. There is no rule.
Question Number 4
Perimeter is...
A. The distance of one side of a triangle.
B. The distance around a polygon.
C. The sum of two sides of a polygon.
D. The inside of a polygon.
Question Number 5
A polygon is ...
A. A triangle
B. A square
C. A rectangle
D. All of the above
Question Number 6
5 added to 7 is
A. 13
B. 12
C. 17
D. 11
Question Number 7
12 increased by 6 is ...
A. 17
B. 13
C. 15
D. 18
Question Number 8
The sum of 4 and 133 is...
A. 127
B. 147
C. 137
D. 157
Question Number 9
With the use of grouping, add these addends..4+6+8+2+7
A. 38
B. 55
C. 27
D. 28
Question Number 10
With the use of grouping, add these addends..4+6+8+2+7
A. 38
B. 55
C. 27
D. 28
Question Number 11
With the use of grouping, add these addends...15+8+5+12+10
A. 60
B. 35
C. 50
D. 25
Question Number 12
In the problem 4+4=8, the 4's are...
A. Addition
B. The sum
C. Addends
D. None of the above
Question Number 13
In the problem, 8+1=9, the 9 is...
A. The sum
B. Addends
C. Perimeter
D. None of the above
Question Number 14
If Mr. Cox was making a salary of $40,562 a year, and he got a raise of $1,325, what would his new salary be?
A. $41,887.00
B. 41.887
C. 42,887
D. $42,887.00
Question Number 15
If mom was making 300 cookies for the bake sale, and the school called and said they needed an addition 550 cookies, how many cookies does mom need to make?
A. 880
B. 880 cookies
C. 780
D. 780 cookies
Question Number 16
What is the sum of 54,329 + 65,789?
A. 121,118
B. 122,119
C. 120,119
D. 120,118
Question Number 17
What is the sum of 34,578+546?
A. 45,124
B. 35,124
C. 26,124
D. 35,123
Question Number 18
Extreme Makeover decided to add another room to the house they were building. The room is in the shape of a triangle. If each side of the triangle measured 50 feet, and the house, which was square measured 1200 feet on each side, what would the total perimeter of the house be?
A. 6300
B. 4800 feet
C. 1500 feet
D. 6300 feet
Question Number 19
The distance on each side of a square equals 564 feet. What is the perimeter?
A. 2356
B. 2356 feet
C. 2256 feet
D. 2256
Question Number 20
There long sides of a rectangle are 10 units, the shorter sides are 5 units. What is the perimeter?
A. 30 cm
B. 30 linear units
C. 30 feet
D. 30 inches





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