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6.1 Pre-Assessment
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by Loren Smith-Roberts
| 9 Questions
Note from the author:
Resources were copied from openupresources.org
1
1 pt

The rectangle below has sides measuring 6 cm and 5 cm. What is the area of this rectangle? Do not include units (cm²).
2
1 pt
Explain your reasoning for question 1.
3
1 pt
Select all the expressions that give the area of the figure in square units.


A. (5+6)×(3+2)
B. (8×6)−(3×4)
C. 6×8×2×3×4×5
D. (5×6)+(3×2)
E. 8×6
4
1 pt
Each small square in the graph paper represents 1 square unit. Which of the following is closest to the area of the rectangle, in square units?

A. 5.5×4.25
B. 4.5×3.25
C. 4×3
D. 5×4
5
1 pt
Select all the line segments that appear to be parallel to a.

A
B
C
D
E
F
6
1 pt
Select all the figures that have sides that appear to be perpendicular.
A
B
C
D
E
7
1 pt
Select all the expressions that are equal to 10³.
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30
3000
1000x3
10x3
10x10x10
100
1000
8
1 pt
Draw two triangles:
a. One that is a right triangle
b. One that is not a right triangle

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9
1 pt
From question 8, explain what makes a triangle a right triangle.
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