CWE4_DMR_Week_12

Select ALL the fractions that are equivalent to 2/3. 4/6 1/2 3/8 6/9 Select ALL the fractions that are equivalent to 1/2. 2/4 6/12 4/8 9/16 2/ 5 + 1/5 3/10 2/10 1/10 3/5 5/8 + 2/8 7/16 7/8 3/8 5/16 8/12 - 5/12 13/12 3/12 11/12 3/24 18/21 - 7/21 25/21 12/21 11/21 18/21 5 x D = 35 D = ? 7 5 6 8 Z ÷ 4 = 6 Z = ? 14 10 12 24 7 + R = 15 R = ? 2 22 8 86 56 - T = 13 T = ? 42 43 34 69 Identify the shape below. trapezoid square rectangle rhombus Calculate the perimeter of the shape below. 5 in 11 in 26 in 16 in 32 in 32 ft The buses used for a school trip each hold a maximum of 50 people. What is the minimum number of buses needed to transport 210 people? 4 6 7 5 Why are these two shapes NOT congruent? same size and shape not the same size both rectangles not the same shape Calculate the perimeter of the shape below. 3 ft 12 ft 6 ft 8 ft 9 ft Select the correct reasoning that explains why the 2 shapes below are congruent. They are not congruent. look straight both are triangles same size and shape You buy 2 books for $4.99 each. The cashier tells you that the total is $14.97. Does this surprise you? Select the answer that best explains your reasoning. Awesome, I have $15.00 No, that sounds about right. Yes, that total is way too high for 2 books. Yes, she made a mistake. That total is too low. |

Students who took this test also took :

Created with That Quiz —
where test making and test taking are made easy for math and other subject areas.