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Untitled Formative 3
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by Amy Poplar
| 4 Questions
Note from the author:
multiplication review
1
1 pt
How could you solve this problem?
4 x 2 x 7=
A Multiply 4 x 2 to get 8, then multiply 8 x 7
B Multiply 2 x 4 to get 8, then multiply 8 x 8
C Multiply 4 x 2 to get 8, then multiply 8 x 14
D Multiply 7 x 2 to get 14, then multiply 14 x 4
E Multiply 4 x 2 to get 8, then multiply 2 x 7 to get 14, then multiply 14 x 8
2
1 pt
In the teachers parking lot this morning, you noticed every spot was filled with a car. You remember that there are 4 parking rows in the lot and that there are 10 spaces in each row. Create and solve an equation that explains how many total teacher cars were in the parking lot.
3
1 pt
Select all that are true.
A There is no pattern
B All the numbers are even
C The numbers increase by multiples of 2
D The numbers are a "mirror" of each other. (for example, 18 is a mirroor of 81)
E The digits of each number add up to 9.
4
1 pt
How could you solve this problem?
5 x 3 x 2=
Select all that are true
A Multiply 5 x 3 to get 15, then multiply 15 x 6
B Multiply 5 x 3 to get 15, then multiply 15 x 2
C Multiply 2 x 3 to get 6, then multiply 6 x 5
D Multiply 2 x 3 to get 6, then multiply 6 x 15
E Multiply 5 x 3 to get 15, then multiply 3 x 2 to get 6, then multiply 15 x 6
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