NKCSD: Unit 6 Math Pre-Test

by Rachael Michael

| 13 Questions1

1 pt

What is one possible way to arrange unit squares to form a rectangle with an area of 54 square units?

A 5 columns of 4 unit squares each

B 6 columns of 8 unit squares each

C 6 columns of 9 unit squares each

D 9 columns of 5 unit squares each

2

1 pt

In each shape above, each small square represents 1 square centimeter. Which shape has an area that can be found using the equation above?

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3

1 pt

Which of the following is true?

A The rectangles have different area and perimeters.

B The rectangles have the same area and perimeters.

C The rectangles have the same area, but different perimeters.

D The rectangles have the same perimeter, but different areas.

4

1 pt

Which figure above shows the correct way to cover the piece of paper with unit squares to show an area of 12 square units?

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5

1 pt

Rug A has an area of ___ square feet.

A 13

B 26

C 40

D 58

6

1 pt

Rug B has an area of ___ square feet.

A 30

B 15

C 50

D 51

7

1 pt

What is the area of the shaded square below?

A 36 square feet

B 28 square feet

C 32 square feet

D 24 square feet

8

1 pt

Which equation matches the area of the rectangle above?

A 3 x 7= 21

B 3 x 6=18

C 4 x 4=16

D 4 x 5 =20

9

1 pt

Robbie's kite has two sides that measure 5 inches and two sides that measure 10 inches. What is the perimeter of his kite?

A 30

B 15

C 50

D51

10

1 pt

How many more ants were 3/4 inch long than 1/4 inch long?

A 6

B 2

C 4

D 8

11

1 pt

Which recatngle shows the correct way yo find the total area of the 4 x 5 rectangle?

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12

1 pt

A 15 feet

B 16 feet

C 14 feet

D 13 feet

Amber measured different pieces of ribbon. The lengths in inches are shown below. Create a line plot that shows this information. Each X stands for 1 piece of ribbon.

13

12 pts

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