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# Unit 2 Part 2 Study Guide

## Due: Nov. 16th

Test: Nov. 16th
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1.
Anthony's mom gave him the amount of money shown below to buy some candy at the store.

He has
____81_
cents.

What can Anthony buy with the amount of money his mom gave him

## A. Anthony can buy 1 package of M & Ms and 2 rolls of Smarties.

B. Anthony can buy 1 lollipop and 1 bag of Skittles.
C. Anthony can buy 1 rolls of Smarties and one lollipop.

2.
Sasha has 2 twenty dollar bills, a ten dollar bill, 2 five dollar bills, and 5 one dollar bills.
She would like to buy a scooter which costs \$75. How much more money does she
need in order to buy the scooter?

\$65

## A. She needs \$5 more.

B. She needs \$7 more.
C. She needs \$10 more.
D. She needs \$12 more.

3.
While at the toy store one afternoon, Max noticed an action figure that he wanted
to buy with his own money. He reached into his pocket and pulled out the amount of
money shown below.

He has
__67___
cents.

The action figure costs 87 . Does David have enough money to buy the action figure?
A. Yes, Max has enough money to buy the action figure. He has 9 left over.
B. Yes, Max has enough money to buy the action figure. He has 11 left over.
C. No, Max doesn't have enough money to buy the action figure. He needs 9 more.
D. No, Max doesn't have enough money to buy the action figure. He needs 20 more.

4.
Morgan and her brother, Patrick, each earn an allowance every week for completing chores.

Morgan takes out the trash 2 days per week and cleans the bathroom 2 days per week.
Patrick feeds the dog 5 days per week and empties the dishwasher 4 days per week.
Patrick says he earned more money than Morgan. Is he correct? Why or why not?
Work

Morgan: \$6

## Yes, he is correct, because he

earned \$7 and Morgan earned \$6.
Seven is more than 6.
5.
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Ruby took a survey of some second grade students
to find out which recess activity
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they enjoyed most. The results from her survey
are shown below.
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Patrick\$7

What conclusion can you make from reading the graph above?
A. Twelve more students enjoy going down the slide than jumping rope.
B. The number of students who enjoy kickball and going down the slide is 7 more than
those students who like relay races and jumping rope.

C. More students enjoy relay races than kickball and jumping rope combined.

6.
The graph below shows the number of students in Ms. Blacks classroom each year.

a.) In what year did she have more than 20 students in her class?_2012
b.) How has the number of students changed over the years?_The number of students
goes up each year.
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7.
Students at King Elementary were asked about their favorite color. 18 students voted
for blue, 14 students voted for red, 10 students voted for black, and 16 students voted
for yellow. Construct a bar graph counting by 2s below to represent this data. Fill in
graph appropriately.

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8.
Use the picture graph below to answer the question.

What is the difference between the greatest number of pets and the least number of pets?

A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 5
9.

## ___For example, How many more pets does Dwayne

have than Helen?
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10. The graph below shows the number of students in Ms. Black's classroom each year.
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How many students do you think Mrs. Black had in her classroom in 2013? Explain.

## ____I think that she will have 23 students in her

class in 2013, because the number of students in
her room has increased each year.
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