3rd Grade Math Unit 9 Part 1 Performance Assessment
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by Catherine Cassias
| 6 Questions
Note from the author:
Unit 9 Part 1 Performance Assessment
1
1 pt
A builder needed to purchase 997 bricks. One local brick supplier had 502 bricks in stock and another supplier had 399 bricks in stock. Estimate how many more bricks will the brick supplier need to find to have the exact number of bricks needed to complete his project?
1,000
1,500
500
100
2
1 pt
A builder needed to purchase 997 bricks. One local brick supplier had 502 bricks in stock and another supplier had 399 bricks in stock. Which equation can be used to find how many more bricks will the brick supplier need to find to have the exact number of bricks needed to complete his project?
997-502-399
502+399+997
502+399
none of the above
3
1 pt
A builder needed to purchase 997 bricks. One local brick supplier had 502 bricks in stock and another supplier had 399 bricks in stock. How many more bricks will the brick supplier need to find to have the exact number of bricks needed to complete his project?
100
1,898
96
I don't know what to do
4
1 pt
Kristina is planting a flowerbed. The flowerbed will be a total of 14 feet long and 7 feet wide. Each flower planted will require 1 square foot of space in the flowerbed. What is the length and width of the chrysanthemums?

Length = 7 Width = 4
Length = 8 Width = 4
Length = 14 Width = 7
none of the above
5
1 pt

What is the length and width of the Daises?
Length = 8 Width = 4
Length = 6 Width = 7
Length = 2 Width = 3
6
1 pt
Kristina is planting a flowerbed. The flowerbed will be a total of 14 feet long and 7 feet wide. Each flower planted will require 1 square foot of space in the flowerbed.Determine the actual area of the garden that still needs to be planted with chrysanthemums and daisies.

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