Sample Question Statements

• 1. Drag the correct abbreviations in the table.
• 2. Write corresponding abbreviations.
• 3. Which unit of length is larger?
• 4. Which unit of weight is larger?
• 5. Which unit of capacity is larger?
• 6. Arrange from least to the greatest.
• 7. Drag the correct operator.
• 8. Drag numbers to complete the table.
• 9. Convert the units.
• 10. Complete the table.
• 11. Tap to mark 40 kilometers on the given kilometer scale.
• 12. Convert.
• 13. Tap to Mark 1,500 millimeter on the millimeter-meter scale.
• 14. Tap to Mark 3,500 meters on the meter-kilometer scale.
• 15. Tap to mark 10 centimeters on the given centimeter scale.
• 16. Tap to Mark 500 millimeters on the millimeter-meter scale.
• 17. Tap to Mark 400 centimeters on the centimeter-meter scale.
• 18. Tap to mark 28 inches on the given inch scale.
• 19. Tap to Mark 3,520 yards on the yard-mile scale.
• 20. Tap to Mark 5,280 yards on the yard-mile scale.
• 21. Tap to mark 21 yards on the given yard scale.
• 22. Tap to Mark 32 inches on the inch-foot scale.
• 23. Tap to Mark 48 inches on the inch-foot scale.
• 24. Tap to mark 70 kilograms on the given kilogram scale.
• 25. Tap to Mark 4,500 grams on the gram-kilogram scale.
• 26. Tap to mark 32 ounces on the given ounce scale.
• 27. Tap to Mark 40 ounces on the ounce-pound scale.
• 28. Tap to mark 100 liters on the given liter scale.
• 29. Tap to Mark 4,500 milliliters on the milliliter-liter scale.
• 30. Tap to mark 6 gallons on the given gallon scale.
• 31. Tap to Mark 6 cups on the cup-quart scale.
• 32. Tap to Mark 8 pints on the pint-quart scale.
• 33. Tap to mark 20 cups on the given cup scale.
• 34. Tap to Mark 32 pints on the pint-gallon scale.
• 35. Tap to Mark 7 cups on the cup-pint scale.
• 36. Find the area of the figure in square units.
• 37. (Area of each equals one square unit)
• 38. Find the perimeter of the figure.
• 39. What does this angle measure?
• 40. What fraction of a turn is the angle shown?
• 41. Use the protractor to measure the angle shown.
• 42. Rotate the bar to make an acute angle.
• 43. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 170º.
• 44. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 5º.
• 45. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 4º.
• 46. What is the sum of the two angles?
• 47. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 240º. What is the value of angle a?
• 48. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 275º. What is the value of angle a?
• 49. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 211º. What is the value of angle p?
• 50. Rotate the bar to make straight angle.
• 51. Rotate the bar to make obtuse angle.
• 52. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 150º.
• 53. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 155º.
• 54. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 63º.
• 55. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 220º. What is the value of angle p?
• 56. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 165º. What is the value of angle a?
• 57. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 261º. What is the value of angle a?
• 58. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 140º.
• 59. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 90º.
• 60. Rotate the bar to make an angle of 35º.
• 61. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 290º. What is the value of angle p?
• 62. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 325º. What is the value of angle a?
• 63. The sum of both the angles show in the figure is 216º. What is the value of angle a?

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Updated:
Version: 2.2.1
Requires: Compatible with iPad.Requires iOS 4.2 or later.
Size: 15.9MB
Price: Free