Quarter 3 Practice assessment

by Toni Cianfarano

| 19 QuestionsNote from the author:

Quarter 3 assessment

1

1

What is 57 + 15 ?

2

1

57 - 25 =

3

1

What is 57 x 5 ?

4

1

What is 126 divided by 2?

5

2

Write this number in expanded form. Then round the number to the nearest hundred thousands.

1,437,206

6

1

There are 248 trees on a tree farm. The tree farmer plans to plant 4 times as many trees as she has now. How many trees will be on the farm if the farmer follows her plan?

252

62

992

862

unsure

7

1

solve. Show your work.

14 รท 7 x 2 + 8 =

8

1

Which of the following are types of fractions.

Whole number fraction

peice of a fraction

mixed number fraction

improper fraction

proper fraction

9

1

Find an equivalent fraction for 3/4? show your work.

10

1

Mark all that are correct. What is the sum of 7/10?

2/10 + 5/10

7/10 + 7/10 + 7/10 +7/10 + 7/10 + 7/10 + 7/10

1/10 + 2/10 + 4/10

7/10 + 3/10

11

1

Matt feeds his dog 6 pounds of food a week. There are 16 ounces in a pound. How many ounces of food does Matt feed his dog?

12

1

When adding or subtracting fractions...

The numerator must be the same value

You add the numerator and denominator straight across.

You need to find a common denominator before adding the numerator.

You can not add and sbtract fractions.

13

1

When multiplying or dividing fractions...

You need to find a common denominator before adding the numerator.

You multiply or divide straight across the denominator and the numerator.

You can not multiply and divide fractions.

All of the above.

14

1

Fractions and decimals

15

1

Think about someone that is important to you. Write 1 paragraphs explaining why they are important to you. Check your spelling, capitalization, punctuation and grammar.

16

1

I have completed my state history course?

not yet

yes, but my presentation is not ready

Yes and I will present my presentation to my teacher

my mom did it for me

17

1

You learned that objects with the same electrical charge repel, and those with different electrical charges attract. Select the examples below where this occurs in static electricity.

A lightning bolt

A battery powered toy

A hydro electric power plant

Hair sticking straight out on a dry day

A balloon sticking to a wall

An electric light bulb.

I have not learned about Electricity yet, but I gave it a try

18

1

Which of the following is not a physical property used to identify minerals?

hardness

luster

color

weight

I have not learned about rocks and minerals, yet, but gave it a try.

19

1

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