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Game Engine

state:STATE-NAME | start | end
# COMMENT
desc: DESCRIPTION
image: FILENAME
edge:STRING-TRIGGER:STATE-NAME

Example

state: start
desc: You are in a beautiful state. Paths go to the north, south, east and west.
edge: go west: OH
edge: go south: DE
edge: go east: ocean
edge: go north: NY

state: OH
desc: You are in a somewhat less beautiful state named Ohio. Paths go to the east.
edge: go east: start

state: NY
desc: You are in the Garden State. Paths go south.
edge: go south: start

state: DE
desc: You are in Delware. Paths go north and south.
edge: go south: end
edge: go north: start

state: ocean
desc: You are sinking in the ocean! Go west!
edge: go west: start

state: end
desc: You win! You are in Florida!

Math Game

state: Fourth grade math - 1
desc: Express the phrase as an algebraic expression, 31 plus w, all of this decreased by 18. Your options =>  31+w/18, (31+w)/18, 31+(w/18), (31+w/18)?
edge: 31+w/18: Fourth grade math - 2
edge: (31+w)/18: Fourth grade math - 4
edge: 31+(w/18): Fourth grade math - 3
edge: (31+w/18): Fourth grade math - 2

state: Fourth grade math - 2
desc: Mrs. Johnson has to calculate the number of students in her class so she could make sure that she has enough reading books in her crate. There are five rows of chairs with eight chairs in each row in the classroom. There are two empty chairs. How many students does 
Mrs.Johnson have in her class? Options are 42, 37, 38, 40.
edge: 42: Fourth grade math - 3
edge: 37: Fourth grade math - 3
edge: 40: Fourth grade math - 3
edge: 38: Fourth grade math - 4


state: Fourth grade math - 3
desc: Mrs. Dudley owns the biggest dairy farm in the region. When she started out her farm was only five acres (43,560 square feet). Now she owns 
1,091 acres of beautiful pastureland. How many square feet of pastureland does she own now? Options are 9504795,9504792, 9504785, 9504695.
edge: 9504795: Fourth grade math - 2
edge: 9504792: Fourth grade math - 4
edge: 9504785: Fourth grade math - 2
edge: 9504695: Fourth grade math - 2


state: Fourth grade math - 4
desc: The newspaper reported that four hundred forty people went to the mall on Saturday. Twice as many went to the mall on Sunday. How many
people went to the mall for the entire weekend? Options are 440, 1320, 880, 660.
edge: 440: Fourth grade math - 6
edge: 1320: Fourth grade math - 7
edge: 880: Fourth grade math - 5
edge: 660: Fourth grade math - 6


state: Fourth grade math - 5
desc: Jill has enough money to buy five compact discs per week. How many weeks until Jill can buy 30 compact discs? Options are 6,5,4,7.
edge: 6: Fourth grade math - 7
edge: 5: Fourth grade math - 6
edge: 4: Fourth grade math - 6
edge: 7: Fourth grade math - 6



state: Fourth grade math - 6
desc: Jim's son will be thirteen this Sunday. If Jim is 42 years old, how old was Jim when Jim's son was born? Options are 29, 39, 25, 42.
edge: 29: Fourth grade math - 5
edge: 39: Fourth grade math - 7
edge: 25: Fourth grade math - 5
edge: 42: Fourth grade math - 5


state: Fourth grade math - 7
desc: Nick was 36 when Jason was two. How old will Nick be when Jason is fifteen? Options are 53, 51, 49, 15.
edge: 33: Fourth grade math - 8
edge: 51: Fourth grade math - 9
edge: 49: Fourth grade math - 10
edge: 15: Fourth grade math - 9



state: Fourth grade math - 8
desc: To go to the mall, six cars carried 18 people. If the same number of people were in each car, how many people were there IN two cars? Options 
are 3, 6, 9, 18. 
edge: 3: Fourth grade math - 9
edge: 6: Fourth grade math - 10
edge: 9: Fourth grade math - 9
edge: 18: Fourth grade math - 8 


state: Fourth grade math - 9
desc: How many seconds are there in 34 minutes (hint => 60 seconds in one minute)? Possible answers are 60, 2060, 2040, 2000. 
edge: 60: Fourth grade math - 8
edge: 2060: Fourth grade math - 9
edge: 2040: Fourth grade math - 10
edge: 2000: Fourth grade math - 8


state: Fourth grade math - 10
desc: A tennis tournament paid $2,140 in prize money. If the money was divided equally among the top 4 players, how much money did each player 
receive? Options are 120, 436, 535, 525. 
edge: 120: Fourth grade math - 12
edge: 436: Fourth grade math - 11
edge: 535: Fourth grade math - END
edge: 525: Fourth grade math - 10
 

state: Fourth grade math - 11
desc: Which number is a prime number .. 25, 33, 41, 55..?
edge: 25: Fourth grade math - 11
edge: 33: Fourth grade math - 12
edge: 41: Fourth grade math - END
edge: 55: Fourth grade math - 12


state: Fourth grade math - 12
desc: Raffle tickets come in books of 18. Ignasio sold 24 books. How many raffle tickets did he sell in all? Options are 432, 444, 24, 18.
edge: 432: Fourth grade math - END
edge: 444: Fourth grade math - 11
edge: 24: Fourth grade math - 12
edge: 18: Fourth grade math - 12

state: Fourth grade math - END
desc: Congratulations! You win. 


state: start
desc: Welcome to 5th grade level math problems! To continue, type 'next'.
edge: next: first

state: first
desc: 1. Janet wants to put a fence around her yard. She needs to find the perimeter of her yard. The
four sides measure 55 feet, 68 feet, 90 feet, and 45 feet. There is a tree that measure 75 feet tall in
the middle of the yard. How many feet of fencing does she need to buy? 
a) 258 feet  b) 333 feet c) 278 feet d) 288 feet
edge: a: second
edge: b: first
edge: c: first
edge: d: first

state: second
desc: 2. John is a marathon runner.  His best time is 2 hours 15 minutes.  To possibly win the Boston
Marathon, he must run it in 2 hours 7 minutes.  Yesterday he ran 20 miles.  How much time must he shave
off to possibly win the Boston Marathon? 
a) 10 minutes b) 20 miles c) 8 minutes d) He needs to shave his legs?
edge: a: second
edge: b: second
edge: c: third
edge: d: second

state: third
desc: 3. At the beginning of the school year, Ms. Thomas orders 876 star stickers, 501 heart stickers, 
and 532 sports stickers to reward her students throughout the year. Which is the best estimate of the
total number of stickers that Ms. Thomas orders? 
a) 2,100 b) 1,900 c) 1,400 d) 1,800
edge: a: third
edge: b: fourth
edge: c: third
edge: d: third

state: fourth
desc: 4. Melody parks her bicycle in a parking lot and walks 500 yards to the entrance of a library.
How many feet is 500 yards? (1 yard = 3 feet). 
a) 167 feet b) 1,500 feet c) 11 feet d) 6,000 feet
edge: a: fourth
edge: b: fifth
edge: c: fourth
edge: d: fourth

state: fifth
desc: 5. In the first year of production a play sells 1572 tickets, in its second year it sells 1753
tickets, in its third year it sells 152 less than in its second year. How many tickets are sold in 3
years? 
a)4745 b)152 c)4926 d) 3325
edge: a: fifth
edge: b: fifth
edge: c: sixth
edge: d: fifth

state: sixth
desc: 6. There are 12 people in a room. 6 people are wearing socks and 4 people are wearing shoes, 3
people are wearing both. How many people are in bare feet? 
a) 6 b) 5 c) 3 d) 2
edge: a: sixth
edge: b: seventh
edge: c: sixth
edge: d: sixth

state: seventh
desc: 7. In how many different ways can the cars of a three car train be arranged? 
a) 9 b) 6 c) 3 d) 8
edge: a: seventh
edge: b: seventh
edge: c: eight
edge: d: seventh

state: eight
desc: 8. If you begin with a one digit integer, multiply by 3, add 8, divide by 2 and subtract 6, you
will get the integer back. What is the integer? 
a) 5 b) 8 c) 10 d) 4
edge: a: eight
edge: b: eight
edge: c: eight
edge: d: ninth

state: ninth
desc: 9. If Jane is older than Kim, Kim is older than Shawn. Shawn is younger than Jane and Rachel is
older than Jane. List the people from oldest to youngest. 
a) Rachel, Jane, Kim, Shawn b) Jane, Rachel, Kim, Shawn c) Shawn, Rachel, Kim, Jane d) Rachel, Kim, Jane, Shawn
edge: a: tenth
edge: b: ninth
edge: c: ninth
edge: d: ninth

state: tenth
desc: 10. Rachel opened her math book and found that the sum of the facing pages was 243. What pages
did she open to? 
a) Pages 122 and 123 b) Pages 121 and 122 c) Page 243 d) Pages 100 and 101
edge: a: tenth
edge: b: win
edge: c: tenth
edge: d: tenth

state: win
desc: You win!

state: start
desc: Welcome to seventh grade math. Type "go" to begin.
edge: go: prob1

state: prob1
desc: Randomly draw a card from a deck of 52. What is the probability of 
drawing a black face card (J/Q/K)? ~ a) 1/2 ~ b) 3/26 ~ c) 3/13 ~ d) 1/52
edge: a: prob1
edge: b: prob2
edge: c: prob1
edge: d: prob1

state: prob2
desc: On your birthday, you were told you could have .6, 60%, 3/5, 6% of your 
birthday cake. Which 3 of these amounts represent the same size portion? 
~ a) .6, 60%, 3/5 ~ b) .6, 3/5, 6% ~ c) 60%, 3/5, 6% ~ d) .6, 60%, 6%
edge: a: prob3
edge: b: prob2
edge: c: prob2
edge: d: prob2

state: prob3
desc: Four sevenths of a cake was eaten one day. The next day, 1/2 of what 
was left was eaten. How much cake now remains? ~ a) 2/7 ~ b)3/7 ~ c) 3/14 ~ d) 13/14
edge: a: prob3
edge: b: prob3
edge: c: prob4
edge: d: prob3

state: prob4
desc: Simplify this expression: 1 + (1 / ( (3 / 2) - ( (5 + 7) / 6) ) ). 
~ a) 0 ~ b) -1 ~ c) 1 ~ d) 2
edge: a: prob4
edge: b: prob5
edge: c: prob4
edge: d: prob4

state: prob5
desc: Over the last year, the number of people in a town has increased 10%. 
If the population is currently 198 people, what was it at this time last year? 
~ a) 18 people ~ b) 180 people ~ c) 217 people ~ d) 198 people
edge: a: prob5
edge: b: prob6
edge: c: prob5
edge: d: prob5

state: prob6
desc: Simplify this expression: 3/2 + 3/6 + 6/7. ~ a) 12/15 ~ b) 4/5 ~ c) 9/14 ~ d) 20/7
edge: a: prob6
edge: b: prob6
edge: c: prob6
edge: d: prob7

state: prob7
desc: The grocery store parking lot will hold 1000 vehicles. Two fifths 
of the parking spaces are for cars. When you went to buy some groceries, 
there were 200 cars and some trucks in the lot. If the parking lot was 
3/4 full, how many trucks were in it? ~ a) 550 trucks ~ b) 800 trucks ~ c) 750 trucks ~ d) 200 trucks
edge: a: prob8
edge: b: prob7
edge: c: prob7
edge: d: prob7

state: prob8
desc: Convert this fraction to a decimal: 13/65. ~ a) .21 ~ b) .25 ~ c) .2 ~ d) 2.1
edge: a: prob8
edge: b: prob8
edge: c: prob9
edge: d: prob8

state: prob9
desc: Bob is making snowballs over winter break. He can make 15 snowballs 
per hour, but two melt every 15 minutes. How long will it take him to make 
21 snowballs? ~ a) 3 hours ~ b) 30 minutes ~ c) about 1 hour 30 minutes ~ d) 2 hours
edge: a: prob10
edge: b: prob9
edge: c: prob9
edge: d: prob9

state: prob10
desc: The recipe for ice cream requires 2 1/4 cups of cream to make 
enough for 5 people. You need ice cream for 8 people. How much cream 
should you use? ~ a) 1 2/5 cups ~ b) 10 cups ~ c) 1 cup ~ d) 3 3/5 cups
edge: a: prob10
edge: b: prob10
edge: c: prob10
edge: d: win

state: win
desc: Congratulations! You win!

State: Problem1
Desc: If you have a ladder that is ten feet long and you know that the
safest thing for you is to have an isosceles triangle with the ladder as
the base of the triangle, how high is the window? ~a) ~b) 2 yards ~c) 30
feet ~d) 10 meters
Edge: a : Problem4
Edge: b : Problem2
Edge: c : Problem2
Edge: d : Problem2

State: Problem2
Desc: If you have a fence in your backyard that is in the shape of a
right-angle triangle,~ and you know the top angle is 30 degrees, what are
the other two angles?~a) 90 and 60 ~b) 30 and 30 ~c) 60 and 30 ~d) 60 and
60
Edge: a : Problem4
Edge: b : Problem3
Edge: c : Problem3
Edge: d : Problem3

State: Problem3
Desc: There is a house with a base like a parallelogram. ~If the top right
corner is at a 50 degree angle, what is the top left-corner? ~a) 100
degrees ~b) 130 degrees ~c) 50 degrees ~d) 80 degrees
Edge: a : Problem3
Edge: b : Problem4
Edge: c : Problem3
Edge: d : Problem3

State: Problem4
Desc: A teacher has 10 students in her class. ~One of them asks to go to
the bathroom, ~one third of the remaining students are sent to the
principal's office, ~one third of the remainder are sent to the nurse,
~half the remaining students go to recess. ~How many students are in still
in class for model UN? ~a) five ~b) ten ~c) two ~d) three
Edge: a : Problem5
Edge: b : Problem5
Edge: c : Problem7
Edge: d : Problem5

State: Problem5
Desc: Mary is twice her brother's age and two thirds of her sister's age.~
How old is she and how old are her siblings? ~a) 3, 6, 9 ~b) 2, 4, 6 ~c)5,
10, 20 ~d) 3, 6, 18
Edge: a: Problem7
Edge: b : Problem7
Edge: c : Problem6
Edge: d: Problem6

State: Problem6
Desc: Adrienne has Z Pennies, Y Quarters, I Nickels, and K Dimes for
allowance. ~How much money does Adrienne have? ~a) Z - Y - I - K ~b) Z + Y
+ I + K ~c) Z(1) + Y(25) + I(5) + K(10) ~d) ZYIK
Edge: a: Problem6
Edge: b : Problem6
Edge: c : Problem7
Edge: d: Problem6

State: Problem7
Desc: If Paul has homework due three days from now, how many minutes does
he have to do it? ~a) 25,920 min ~b) 4,320 min ~c) 2,160 min ~d) 12,960
min
Edge: a: Problem8
Edge: b : Problem10
Edge: c :Problem8
Edge: d: Problem8

State: Problem8
Desc: Jenny ate a pie three hours ago. She got sick from eating the whole
thing thirty minutes ago. How many hours ago was that? ~a) .5 hours ~b) 30
hours ~c) .25 hours ~d).75 hours
Edge: a: Problem10
Edge: b : Problem9
Edge: c : Problem9
Edge: d: Problem9

State: Problem9
Desc: Sam has a puppy that is seven months old. How old is that in dog
years? ~a) 7 months ~b) 1 year ~c) 7 Years 7 months ~d) 4 years 1 month
Edge: a: Problem9
Edge: b : Problem9
Edge: c : Problem9
Edge: d: Problem10

State: Problem10
Desc: Kelly likes ponies. She saw a dozen ponies on the way home. How many
ponies is that? ~a) six ~b) twenty-four ~c)twelve ~d) thirteen
Edge: a: Problem10
Edge: b :Problem10
Edge: c : Win
Edge: d: Problem10

State: Win
Desc: You've won!

Combined Version of Math Game

state: 1
desc: Express the phrase as an algebraic expression, 31 plus w,~ all of this decreased by 18.~ Your options are  ~a)31+w/18 ~b)(31+w)/18 ~c)31+(w/18) ~d)(31+w/18)?
edge: a: 2
edge: b: 4
edge: c: 3
edge: d: 2

state: 2
desc: Mrs. Johnson has to calculate the number of students in her class,~ so she could make sure that she has enough reading books in her crate.~ There are five rows of chairs with eight chairs in each row in the~ classroom. There are two empty chairs.~ How many students does Mrs.Johnson have in her class?~ Options are ~a)42 ~b)37 ~c)38 ~d)40
edge: a: 3
edge: b: 3
edge: c: 3
edge: d: 4


state: 3
desc: Mrs. Dudley owns the biggest dairy farm in the region. ~When she started out her farm was only five acres~(43,560 square feet). Now she owns ~1,091 acres of beautiful pastureland. How many square feet of pastureland ~does she own now? Options are ~a)9504795 ~b)9504792 ~c)9504785 ~d)9504695
edge: a: 2
edge: b: 4
edge: c: 2
edge: d: 2


state: 4
desc: The newspaper reported that four hundred forty people went ~to the mall on Saturday. Twice as many went to the mall on Sunday.~ How many people went to the mall for the entire weekend? ~Options are ~a)440 ~b)1320 ~c)880 ~d)660
edge: a: 6
edge: b: 7
edge: c: 5
edge: d: 6


state: 5
desc: Jill has enough money to buy five compact discs per week.~ How many weeks until Jill can buy 30 compact discs? ~Options are ~a)6 ~b)5 ~c)4 ~d)7
edge: a: 7
edge: b: 6
edge: c: 6
edge: d: 6



state: 6
desc: Jim's son will be thirteen this Sunday. If Jim is 42 years old,~ how old was Jim when Jim's son was born? ~Options are ~a) 29 ~b) 39 ~c) 25 ~d) 42
edge: a: 5
edge: b: 7
edge: c: 5
edge: d: 5


state: 7
desc: Nick was 36 when Jason was two. How old will Nick be when ~Jason is fifteen? Options are ~a) 53 ~b) 51 ~c) 49 ~d) 15
edge: a: 8
edge: b: 9
edge: c: 10
edge: d: 9


state: 8
desc: To go to the mall, six cars carried 18 people. ~If the same number of people were in each car, how many people were there IN two cars? ~Options are ~a) 3 ~b) 6 ~c) 9 ~d) 18 
edge: a: 9
edge: b: 10
edge: c: 9
edge: d: 8 


state: 9
desc: How many seconds are there in 34 minutes (hint => 60 seconds in one minute)?~ Possible answers are ~a) 60 ~b) 2060 ~c) 2040 ~d) 2000 
edge: a: 8
edge: b: 9
edge: c: 10
edge: d: 8


state:10
desc: A tennis tournament paid $2,140 in prize money. ~If the money was divided equally among the top 4 players, ~how much money did each player receive? Options are ~a) 120 ~b) 436 ~c) 535 ~d) 525 
edge: a: 12
edge: b: 11
edge: c: 13
edge: d: 10
 

state: 11
desc: Which number is a prime number? ~a) 25 ~b) 33 ~c) 41 ~d) 55
edge: a: 11
edge: b: 12
edge: c: 13
edge: d: 12


state: 12
desc: Raffle tickets come in books of 18. Ignasio sold 24 books.~How many raffle tickets did he sell in all?~ Options are ~a) 432 ~b) 444 ~c) 24 ~d) 18
edge: a: 13
edge: b: 11
edge: c: 12
edge: d: 12

State: 13
Desc: Kelly likes ponies. She saw a dozen ponies on the way home. ~How many
ponies is that? ~a) six ~b) twenty-four ~c)twelve ~d) thirteen
Edge: a: 14
Edge: b: 14
Edge: c: 16
Edge: d: 14

state: 14
desc:  Janet wants to put a fence around her yard. ~She needs to find the perimeter of her yard. The
four sides ~measure 55 feet, 68 feet, 90 feet, and 45 feet. ~There is a tree that measure 75 feet tall in
~the middle of the yard. How many feet of fencing does she need to buy? 
a) 258 feet  b) 333 feet c) 278 feet d) 288 feet
edge: a: 16
edge: b: 15
edge: c: 15
edge: d: 15

state: 15
desc:  John is a marathon runner.  His best time is 2 hours 15 minutes. ~ To possibly win the Boston
Marathon, he must run it in 2 hours 7 minutes.~  Yesterday he ran 20 miles. ~ How much time must he shave
off to possibly win the Boston Marathon? 
a) 10 minutes b) 20 miles c) 8 minutes d) He needs to shave his legs?
edge: a: 15
edge: b: 15
edge: c: 16
edge: d: 15

state: 16
desc: At the beginning of the school year, Ms. Thomas orders 876 star stickers, 501 heart stickers, 
and 532 sports stickers to reward her students throughout the year. Which is the best estimate of the
total number of stickers that Ms. Thomas orders? 
a) 2,100 b) 1,900 c) 1,400 d) 1,800
edge: a: 17
edge: b: 19
edge: c: 17
edge: d: 17

state: 17
desc: Melody parks her bicycle in a parking lot and walks 500 yards to the entrance of a library.
How many feet is 500 yards? (1 yard = 3 feet). 
a) 167 feet b) 1,500 feet c) 11 feet d) 6,000 feet
edge: a: 18
edge: b: 19
edge: c: 18
edge: d: 18

state: 18
desc: In the first year of production a play sells 1572 tickets, ~in its second year it sells 1753
tickets, in its third year it sells 152 less ~than in its second year. How many tickets are sold in 3
years? ~
~a)4745 ~b)152 ~c)4926 ~d) 3325
edge: a: 18
edge: b: 18
edge: c: 19
edge: d: 18

state:19
desc:  There are 12 people in a room. 6 people are wearing socks ~and 4 people are wearing shoes, 3
people are wearing both. ~How many people are in bare feet? 
~a) 6 ~b) 5 ~c) 3 ~d) 2
edge: a: 20
edge: b: 22
edge: c: 20
edge: d: 20

state: 20
desc:  In how many different ways can the cars of a three car train be arranged? 
~a) 9 ~b) 6 ~c) 3 ~d) 8
edge: a: 21
edge: b: 21
edge: c: 22
edge: d: 21

state:21
desc:  If you begin with a one digit integer, multiply by 3, add 8,~ divide by 2 and subtract 6, you
will get the integer back.~What is the integer? 
~a) 5 ~b) 8 ~c) 10 ~d) 4
edge: a: 21
edge: b: 21
edge: c: 21
edge: d: 22

state:22
desc: If Jane is older than Kim, Kim is older than Shawn. ~Shawn is younger than Jane and Rachel is
older than Jane. List the people from oldest to youngest. ~
~a) Rachel, Jane, Kim, Shawn ~b) Jane, Rachel, Kim, Shawn ~c) Shawn, Rachel, Kim, Jane ~d) Rachel, Kim, Jane, Shawn
edge: a: 25
edge: b: 23
edge: c: 23
edge: d: 23

state:23
desc: Rachel opened her math book and found that the sum of the facing pages was 243.~ What pages
did she open to? 
~a) Pages 122 and 123 ~b) Pages 121 and 122 ~c) Page 243 ~d) Pages 100 and 101
edge: a: 24
edge: b: 25
edge: c: 24
edge: d: 24

state: 24
desc: Randomly draw a card from a deck of 52.~ What is the probability of 
drawing a black face card (J/Q/K)? ~ a) 1/2 ~ b) 3/26 ~ c) 3/13 ~ d) 1/52
edge: a: 24
edge: b: 25
edge: c: 24
edge: d: 24

state: 25
desc: On your birthday, you were told you could have .6, 60%, 3/5, 6% of your 
birthday cake.~ Which 3 of these amounts represent the same size portion? 
~ a) .6, 60%, 3/5 ~ b) .6, 3/5, 6% ~ c) 60%, 3/5, 6% ~ d) .6, 60%, 6%
edge: a: 28
edge: b: 26
edge: c: 26
edge: d: 26

state: 26
desc: Four sevenths of a cake was eaten one day. The next day, 1/2 of what ~
was left was eaten.How much cake now remains? ~ a) 2/7 ~ b)3/7 ~ c) 3/14 ~ d) 13/14
edge: a: 27
edge: b: 27
edge: c: 28
edge: d: 27

state: 27
desc: Simplify this expression: ~1 + (1 / ( (3 / 2) - ( (5 + 7) / 6) ) ). 
~ a) 0 ~ b) -1 ~ c) 1 ~ d) 2
edge: a:27
edge: b:28
edge: c:27
edge: d:27

state: 28
desc: Over the last year, the number of people in a town has increased 10%.~ 
If the population is currently 198 people, what was it at this time last year? 
~ a) 18 people ~ b) 180 people ~ c) 217 people ~ d) 198 people
edge: a: 29
edge: b: 31
edge: c: 29
edge: d: 29

state: 29
desc: Simplify this expression: ~3/2 + 3/6 + 6/7. ~ a) 12/15 ~ b) 4/5 ~ c) 9/14 ~ d) 20/7
edge: a: 30
edge: b: 30
edge: c: 30
edge: d: 31

state: 30
desc: The grocery store parking lot will hold 1000 vehicles. Two fifths ~
of the parking spaces are for cars. When you went to buy some groceries,~ 
there were 200 cars and some trucks in the lot. If the parking lot was ~
3/4 full, how many trucks were in it? ~ a) 550 trucks ~ b) 800 trucks ~ c) 750 trucks ~ d) 200 trucks
edge: a: 31
edge: b: 30
edge: c: 30
edge: d: 30

state: 31
desc: Convert this fraction to a decimal: 13/65. ~ a) .21 ~ b) .25 ~ c) .2 ~ d) 2.1
edge: a: 32
edge: b: 32
edge: c: 34
edge: d: 32

state: 32
desc: Bob is making snowballs over winter break. He can make 15 snowballs ~
per hour, but two melt every 15 minutes. How long will it take him to make ~
21 snowballs? ~ a) 3 hours ~ b) 30 minutes ~ c) about 1 hour 30 minutes ~ d) 2 hours
edge: a: 34
edge: b: 33
edge: c: 33
edge: d: 33

state: 33
desc: The recipe for ice cream requires 2 1/4 cups of cream to make ~
enough for 5 people. You need ice cream for 8 people. How much cream ~
should you use? ~ a) 1 2/5 cups ~ b) 10 cups ~ c) 1 cup ~ d) 3 3/5 cups~
edge: a: 33
edge: b: 33
edge: c: 33
edge: d: 34

State: 34
Desc: If you have a ladder that is ten feet long and you know that the~
safest thing for you is to have an isosceles triangle with the ladder as~
the base of the triangle, how high is the window? ~a) ~b) 2 yards ~c) 30
feet ~d) 10 meters
Edge: a :37
Edge: b :35
Edge: c :35
Edge: d :35

State:35
Desc: If you have a fence in your backyard that is in the shape of a~
right-angle triangle,~ and you know the top angle is 30 degrees, what are~
the other two angles?~a) 90 and 60 ~b) 30 and 30 ~c) 60 and 30 ~d) 60 and
60
Edge: a :37
Edge: b :36
Edge: c :36
Edge: d :36

State: 36
Desc: There is a house with a base like a parallelogram. ~If the top right
corner is at a 50 degree angle, what is the top left-corner? ~a) 100
degrees ~b) 130 degrees ~c) 50 degrees ~d) 80 degrees
Edge: a : 36
Edge: b : 37
Edge: c : 36
Edge: d : 36

State: 37
Desc: A teacher has 10 students in her class. ~One of them asks to go to
the bathroom, ~one third of the remaining students are sent to the
principal's office, ~one third of the remainder are sent to the nurse,
~half the remaining students go to recess. ~How many students are in still
in class for model UN? ~a) five ~b) ten ~c) two ~d) three
Edge: a :38
Edge: b :38
Edge: c :40
Edge: d :38

State: 38
Desc: Mary is twice her brother's age and two thirds of her sister's age.~
How old is she and how old are her siblings? ~a) 3, 6, 9 ~b) 2, 4, 6 ~c)5,
10, 20 ~d) 3, 6, 18
Edge: a :40
Edge: b :40
Edge: c :39
Edge: d :39

State: 39
Desc: Adrienne has Z Pennies, Y Quarters, I Nickels, and K Dimes for
allowance. ~How much money does Adrienne have? ~a) Z - Y - I - K ~b) Z + Y
+ I + K ~c) Z(1) + Y(25) + I(5) + K(10) ~d) ZYIK
Edge: a: 39
Edge: b :39
Edge: c :40
Edge: d :39

State: 40
Desc: If Paul has homework due three days from now, how many minutes does
he have to do it? ~a) 25,920 min ~b) 4,320 min ~c) 2,160 min ~d) 12,960
min
Edge: a: 41
Edge: b :WIN
Edge: c :41
Edge: d: 41

State: 41
Desc: Jenny ate a pie three hours ago. She got sick from eating the whole
thing thirty minutes ago.~ How many hours ago was that? ~a) .5 hours ~b) 30
hours ~c) .25 hours ~d).75 hours
Edge: a: WIN
Edge: b :42
Edge: c :42
Edge: d: 42

State: 42
Desc: Sam has a puppy that is seven months old. How old is that in dog
years? ~a) 7 months ~b) 1 year ~c) 7 Years 7 months ~d) 4 years 1 month
Edge: a: 42
Edge: b :42
Edge: c :42
Edge: d: WIN



State: WIN
Desc: You've won!