Unit 1 Pre-Assessment
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by Leigh Ellingson
| 30 Questions
Note from the author:
Bridges Unit 1 Pre-Assessment
1
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List all the factors of the number 12
2
1
List 2 multiples of the number 12.
3
1
Is 12 prime or composite.
A Prime
B Composite
4
1
List all the factors of the number 5.
5
1
List 2 multiples of the number 5.
6
1
Is the number 5 prime or composite?
A Prime
B Composite
7
1
Write a prime number in the space below and tell how you know it is prime.
8
1
Write a composite number in the space below and tell how you know it is composite.
9
1
The equation 5 x 7 = 35 can mean:
A 35 rulers are 5 rulers and 7 rulers put together
B 35 pencils are 7 times as many as the 5 pencils at the green table
C 35 markers are 5 markers less than 7 markers
D 5 erasers split into 7 groups is 35 erasers
10
1
Fill in the bubbles beside the two equations that best represent this situation: Marcus has 15 toy cars. That is 3 times as many as his brother Craig has. How many toy cars does Craig have? (In the equations below, "c" stands for Craig's cars.)
A 15 = 3 x c
B 15 x 3 = c
C 15 - 3 = c
D 15 / c = 3
11
1
Write and solve a multiplication equation:

Eric is 11 years old. Eric's dad is 3 times older than Eric. How old is Eric's dad?
12
1
Write and solve a multiplication equation:

Amber bought a pair of pants and a pair of shoes. The shoes cost 3 times as much as the pants. The pants cost \$15. How much did the shoes cost?
13
1
Write and solve a multiplication equation:

Jamal bought a book and a CD. The book cost \$14. The CD cost \$7. How may times more than the CD did the book cost?
14
1
Fill in the blanks to complete this ration table:

15
1
Find and write in the missing dimension on each of the rectangles below:

16
1
7 x 8 =
17
1
5 x ? = 40
18
1
6 x 9 = ?
19
1
? x 8 = 32
20
1
? x 22 = 220
21
1
3 x 7 = ?
22
1
50 x ? = 200
23
1
9 x ? = 90
24
1
4 x 20 = ?
25
1
7 x ? = 28
26
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? x 10 = 60
27
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Solve the story problem below. Show your thinking with numbers, sketches, or words. Then write an equation that represents your work, and record the answer, labeled with the correct units.

Each of the 4 students at the red table has 8 markers. The class has 5 times as many markers as the entire red table. How many markers total does the whole class have?

Equation:

28
1
Solve the story problem below. Show your thinking with numbers, sketches, or words. Then write an equation that represents your work, and record the answer, labeled with the correct units.

Abby saw 3 rows of crayons in her 24-count crayon box. How many crayons are in each row?

Equation:

29
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Solve the story problem below. Show your thinking with numbers, sketches, or words. Then write an equation that represents your work, and record the answer, labeled with the correct units.

The green table has 5 students and each student brought 6 folders. The red table groups has 6 students and each student brought 8 folders. How many folders do both groups have together?

Equation:

30
1
The green table has 5 students and each student brought 6 folders. The red table groups has 6 students and each student brought 8 folders. How many folders do both groups have together?

Which equation best represents this story problem? (The letter f stands for the number of folders both groups have together.)
A (5 x 6) + (6 x 8) = f
B
C 5 + 6 + 6 + 8 = f
D (6 x 8) - (5 x 6) = f