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A. 3 3/4
B.7/8
C.3/4
D.1
2. The entry fee for the fairs match race was $26. If Justin entered his horse in 27 races, how much did Justin spend on entry fees total?
Answer: _________________
3. Clabber ran 4 miles. His owner wants to find his running time per mile in minutes. What additional information does she need?
A. The number of minutes that Clabber ran in.
B. The number of feet in 4 miles.
C. The number of laps in 1 mile.
D. The number of laps that Clabber ran.
4. Shue Fly ran 6 races. His owner noticed a pattern in his times.
25, 32, 28, 35, 31, 38
Which rule describes the pattern?
A. add 25, subtract 4
B. add 13, subtract 7
C. add 7, subtract 4
D. add 4, subtract 7
5. Matt compared the number of bales of hay he had in his barn to the number he started with. Help him simplify the fraction 15/4
Answer: _______________
6. Zach bought 6 apples for his horse priced at $0.35 each. He used a coupon worth $.0.50 off the total cost. Which number sentence can be used to find how much money Zach needed in order to buy the apples?
A. (6 x 0.35) 0.50 = 1.60
B. (6 + 0.35) + 0.50 = 6.85
C. (6 0.35) + 0.50 = 6.15
D. (6 x 0.50) 0.35 = 2.65
7. Josh built a fence in 4 different shapes. Which fence should NOT have perpendicular lines?
A. Square
B. Rectangle
C. Triangle
D. Circle
8. Mr. Perkins needs 16 ounces of milk for the recipe. How many cups of milk does he need for the recipe?
Answer: _________________
9. At the last match race, there was 1 horse for every 8 spectators. If a total of 54 horses and spectators attended, how many spectators
were there?
A. 46
B. 47
C. 48
D. 62
10. Tyler and Bill are cleaning horse stalls. They have completed 2/3 of the job so far. Which fraction is equivalent to 2/3?
A. 2/6
B. 2/4
C. 4/6
D. 3/2
11. The rancher has 16 horses and would like to have 2 bridles for each horse. If each bridle costs $43.00, how much will the rancher have to spend?
A. $1378.00
B. $1376.00
C. $1476.00
D. $1478.00
12. A horse sold at the sale for $1,356,789.00. What does the 5 in the number represent?
A. five thousand
B. fifty thousand
C. fiftysix thousand
D. five hundred thousand
13. Nichole bought a peppermint stick for her horse for $0.58. She received $0.42 in change. What is the least number of coins she could have received?
A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 7
14. The numbers below represent how many horses will be in each class. What number will complete the pattern which they are in?
23, 27, 33, 37, 43, 47
A. 53
B. 78
C. 104
D. 123
15. Cutter Bill and Two Eyed Jack have both collected points throughout the year. Cutter Bill has 468 points, and Two Eyed Jack has 263. How many
more points does Two Eyed Jack need to collect in order to reach his goal of 750?
16. Danny Cardoza is 5 feet tall. Charley Smith is 50 inches tall. What fractional part of Dannys height is Charley?
A. 1/5
B. 2/3
C. 5/6
D.
17. Allison is packing 60 carrots to take to the horse show. She packs 6 carrots in each bag. Which number sentence can be used to find the number of bags, that she will need?
A. 60 x 6 = b
B. 60 + 6 = b
C. 60 6 = b
D. 60 6 = b
18. The figure below is missing a measurement for one line segment.
SHAPE \* MERGEFORMAT What is the missing measurement?
A. 1 cm
B. 4 cm
C. 5 cm
D. 8 cm
19. Crystal bought 4 bits priced at $43.00 each. She had a coupon that gave her $15.00 off 1 bit. What was the total price of the bits?
A. $157.00
B. $172.00
C. $152.00
D. $148.00
20. Bobby has 18 horses. If he takes 6 to the horse show, what fraction describes how many of his horses are at the show?
A. 1/2
B. 1/5
C. 1/3
D. 1/18
21. Which statement about this trapezoid horse pen is true?
A. The trapezoid has 3 acute angles.
B. The trapezoid has 2 sides that are parallel lines.
C. The trapezoid has 2 right angles
D. The trapezoid has 3 obtuse angles.
22. Brians barn is 2564 square feet. Brents barn is 1753 square feet. What is the difference of the two barns?
A. 811 square feet
B. 816 square feet
D. 911 square feet
E. 916 square feet
23. 16 rows of chairs were set up for the awards ceremony after the show. Each row had 12 chairs. In addition, there were 9 chairs set up on the stage. Which expression can be used to find how many chairs there were in all?
A. (12 x 16) + (12 x 9)
B. (16 + 12) + 9
C. (16 x 12) + (16 x 9)
D. (16 x 12) + 9
24. Mr. Tate buys about 14.7 gallons of gas for his pick up every week. About how many gallons of gas does he buy in 4 weeks?
A. 15 gallons
B. 60 gallons
C. 80 gallons
D. 105 gallons
25. The horse race falls on a date in August that is a prime number. Which could be the date of the race?
A. August 29
B. August27
C. August 25
D. August 9
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