## Envision Math 3rd Grade Textbook Answer Key Topic 1 Test Prep

Test Prep

Question 1.
The place-value blocks show how many square miles are in Alpine County, California. How many square miles are in Alpine County? (i-i)

A. 7,039
B. 739
C. 730
D. 729

Question 2.
On Friday, 1,593 people watched the play Cinderella. On Saturday, 1,595 people watched, and on Sunday, 1,586 people watched. Which lists these numbers in order from least to greatest? (1-5)
A. 1,586 1,593 1,595
B. 1,586 1,595 1,593
C. 1,593 1,595 1,586
D. 1,595 1,593 1,586

Question 3.
In 295,463 what is the value of the 9? (1-3)
A. 90
B. 9,000
C. 90,000
D. 900,000

Question 4.
The place-value chart shows how many miles of shoreline California has. Which is another way to write the number in the place-value chart? (1-2)

A. 300 + 400 + 20 + 7
B. 3,000 + 40 + 20 + 9
C. 3,000 + 400 + 7
D. 3,000 + 400 + 20 + 7

Question 5.
Which of the following is the word form of 6,450? (1-2)
A. Six thousand, forty-five
B. Six thousand, four hundred fifty
C. Six, four fifty
D. Six thousand, four hundred five

Question 6.
Mike’s school had 4,324 people attend the school carnival. Tiffany said her school had a greater attendance. Which of these numbers is greater than 4,324? (1-4)
A. 4,342
B. 4,314
C. 4,322
D. 3,424

Question 7.
One of the games at the Test Your Estimation Olympics was to estimate how many beans were in a large glass jar. Keira guessed 34,003 beans. Which is another way to write 34,003? (1-3)
A. Three thousand four hundred three
B. Thirty-four hundred, three
C. Thirty-four thousand, three
D. Thirty-four and three

Question 8.
Which number is between 3,674 and 5,628? (1-5)

A. 5,629
B. 3,673
C. 3,629
D. 5,575

Question 9.
Which of the following has a 7 in the thousands place and a 3 in the ones place? (1-2)
A. 7,403
B. 6,937
C. 5,743
D. 5,271

Question 10.
Which equals 700 + 8? (1-1)
A. 78
B. 708
C. 780
D. 7,008

Question 11.
The school sold 2,346 concert tickets for Thursday’s performance, 2,356 for Friday’s, and 2,364 for Saturday’s. Which statement is true? (1-4)
A. 2,346 > 2,356
B. 2,346 = 2,364
C. 2,356 < 2,346 D. 2,356 > 2,346

Question 12.
Alex, Eric, Josh, and Tony are playing tennis. How many different groups of 2 can they make? (1-6)
A. 12
B. 8
C. 6
D. 2