
Question 1 
Daisy had 70 days of vacation. She rode her bike on 25 days and played tennis on 21 days. She used remaining number of days for swimming. Which sentence shows the number of days she used for swimming? 
A. 
70 + (25  21) 
B. 
70 − (25  21) 
C. 
70 + (25 + 21) 
D. 
70 − (25 + 21) 
    

Question 2 
Â 
A. 
838 
B. 
928 
C. 
938 
D. 
927 
    

Question 3 
There were 528 males and 745 females at the fair on Friday. What is the best estimate of the total number of people at the fair? 
A. 
2,000 
B. 
1,200 
C. 
3,000 
D. 
2,500 
    

Question 4 
There were 376 seats in a theater. Only 123 people came to see the show. How many seats were vacant? 
A. 
254 
B. 
153 
C. 
258 
D. 
253 
    

Question 5 
A box of Chocolates weighs 234 grams. A box of Cereal weighs 379 grams. How much more does the box of cereal weighs than the box of chocolates? 
A. 
145 
B. 
135 
C. 
105 
D. 
155 
    


Question 6 
Josh is carrying 789 grams of weight in his bag, which includes a book and a stack of printer papers. The book weighs 309 grams, how much does the stack of printer papers weigh? 
A. 
380 grams 
B. 
377 grams 
C. 
480 grams 
D. 
400 grams 
    

Question 7 
Brooke's family travels 68 miles the first day, 78 miles the second day, and 88 miles the third day. If they continue the same traveling pattern, how far will they have driven in the first four days? 
A. 
146 miles 
B. 
430 miles 
C. 
330 miles 
D. 
332 miles 
    

Question 8 
Find the answer.
139 + 246 = ? 
A. 
375 
B. 
380 
C. 
385 
D. 
376 
    

Question 9 
Sam found 198 blue rocks, 67 silver rocks, and 79 black rocks. How many rocks did he find in all? 
A. 
277 
B. 
345 
C. 
315 
D. 
344 
    

Question 10 
Paula used 132 red beads, 178 blue beads and 109 pink beads to make a handbag. Which expression would you use to estimate about how many beads were used in all? 
A. 
100 + 200 + 100 
B. 
100 + 150 + 90 
C. 
140 + 100 + 100 
D. 
100 + 100 + 100 
    
