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Unit 7 Assessment
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by Maryse Keeley [Snyder, William ES]
| 20 Questions
1
1 pt
Allison fills a beaker with 1,000 milliliters of water. She pours some water into a glass. Now there is 300 milliliters left in the first beaker. What is the liquid volume of the glass?
2
1 pt
One crayon has the mass of 5 grams. What is the mass of 12 crayons?
3
1 pt
Which container would hold 1 liter of water?
cup
bucket
average size water bottle
4
1 pt
Daniel had a beaker with 200 ml and another beaker with 500 ml. He emptied both beakers into another container, filling it up. What is the liquid volume of his jar?
5
1 pt
Using the image above, do you agree with Kristen that 1/3 is smaller than 1/4? (Yes or No, because...) Explain your answer.

6
1 pt
Draw a line showing fourths and label each mark with fractions from 0/4 to 4/4.
7
1 pt
What fraction is the triangle pointing to? (Use the picture above.)
8
1 pt
Select < , >, or = to put in the blank and make this sentence correct. 1/8 _______ 1/2
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9
1 pt
Select < , >, or = to put in the blank and make this sentence correct. 3/4 _______ 3/6
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10
1 pt
Select < , >, or = to put in the blank and make this sentence correct. 4/2 _______ 3/2
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11
1 pt
Select < , >, or = to put in the blank and make this sentence correct. 4/8 _______ 2/4
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12
1 pt
Draw 2 number lines that are the same in size. Number 1 line as 8ths and number the other line as 4ths. Show where you would find 4/8 on one line and 2/4 on the other line.
13
1 pt
Is 4/3 greater than, less than, or equal to 1?
greater than
less than
equal to
14
1 pt
4 friends share 3 oranges. What fraction of an orange does each friend get?
15
1 pt
Draw a fraction strip and show halves.
16
1 pt
What fraction does the fraction strip above show?
17
1 pt
True or False
1/2 >1/4
True
False
18
1 pt
True or False
2/3 >3/3
True
False
19
1 pt
True or False
2/6 < 3/6
True
False
20
1 pt
True or False
3/2 > 4/2
True
False