Unit 1 Assessment (NBT1,2; MD2,8)

by Kayla Goodrich

| 20 Questions1

5

A family travels 230 miles by car, then drives 68 more miles. How many total miles

does the family travel?

A 308 miles

B 288 miles

C 278 miles

D 298 miles

2

5

Which two numbers round to 1200 when rounded to the nearest hundred?

A 1156

B 1278

C 1289

D 1148

E 1248

3

5

What is the sum of 263 + 187?

A 351

B 350

C 450

D 451

4

5

Which numbers round to 560 when rounded to the nearest ten? Select all that apply.

A 554

B 557

C 564

D 567

E 569

5

5

Mrs. Cole uses 26 kilograms of clay in her art classes in April and 17 kilograms of clay in May. How many kilograms of clay does she use in all?

A 9 kg

B 19 kg

C 33 kg

D 43 kg

6

5

Four students are collecting Lawndale coins. The table shows the number of coins each student has.

Which list shows the number of coins each student has to the nearest ten?

A 100, 200, 100, 400

B 70, 170, 50, 400

C 80, 170, 50, 400

D 80, 170, 50, 390

7

5

Josiah needs to put a fence around his dog’s pen. The shape below represents the rectangular pen. About how much fencing will Josiah need to close in the dog pen?

A 30 ft

B 40 ft

C 50 ft

D 60 ft

8

5

A ranch owner needs 765 kilograms of food to feed his animals. He has

398 kilograms of food. How much more food does he need to buy?

A 377 kilograms

B 367 kilograms

C 398 kilograms

D 433 kilograms

9

5

What is the difference of 530 – 178?

A 452

B 352

C 362

D 462

10

5

Students use gram unit cubes and scales to find the masses of apples, as shown.

What is the difference in the masses of the apples using grams?

A 2 grams

B 4 grams

C 10 grams

D 8 grams

11

5

The perimeter of Greg’s yard is 560 yards. Three sides of his yard have fencing. The fencing measures 432. What is the measurement of the side that does not have fencing?

A 128 yards

B 132 yards

C 138 yards

D 992 yards

12

5

The mass of Isaac’s dog is 32 kilograms. The mass of Ruth’s dog is 29 kilograms.

What is the combined mass of Isaac’s dog and Ruth’s dog?

A 3 kilograms

B 17 kilograms

C 61 kilograms

D 51 kilograms

13

5

Mrs. Brown planted sunflowers around the fence of her garden. The length and width of her garden are shown below.

What is the perimeter of the garden?

A 7 ft

B 10 ft

C 12 ft

D 14 ft

14

5

A farmer is building fences around his animals to keep them in. Each animal pen is shown in the diagram.

Which animal pens require the same lengths of fencing?

A Pigs and Horses

B Chickens and Cows

C Horses and Cows

D Pigs and Chickens

15

5

Tony is making spaghetti for his family. He has 2 cans of spaghetti sauce which are of different sizes. One can holds 12 ounces, and the other holds 64 ounces of spaghetti sauce.

What is the combined volume of spaghetti sauce Tony has, in ounces?

A 52 ounces

B 76 ounces

C 152 ounces

D 768 ounces

16

5

Consider the expression.

281 + 679

What is the value of the expression?

A 960

B 950

C 850

D 860

17

5

Mrs. Thomas is fencing in four plots of land to grow vegetables. Each plot is shown in the diagram.

Which vegetables require the same lengths of fencing?

A peas and carrots

B corn and tomatoes

C corn and carrots

D peas and tomatoes

18

5

What is 67 rounded to the nearest ten?

A 60

B 65

C 70

D 100

19

5

Consider the equation.

287 + ? = 638

What is the missing value in the equation, and why?

A 351; 638 – 287 = 351

B 351; 638 + 287 = 351

C 341; 638 – 287 = 341

D 341; 638 + 287 = 341

20

5

A jar of cookies has 387 cookies. About how many cookies are in the jar when rounded to the nearest hundred?

A 300

B 380

C 390

D 400

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