Quiz Sheets in the Mathematics Category

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  • Integers 3b study quiz (7 words)
    Show work!
    Example: 6 + 12: [m] 18, 5+ ( -20): [m] -15, 12 - 30: [m] -18, 11 - ( -11): [m] 22
    Created 2019-11-10
  • Section 1.3 and 1.4 Vocabulary (7 words)
    Example: an equation in the form y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept of the line: Slope-Intercept Form, an equation in the form y-y₁=m(x-x₁) where ( x₁,y₁ ) are coordinates of a point on the line and m is the slope of the line.: Point-Slope Form, two nonvertial lines, if and only if they have the same slope. All vertical lines are parallel.: Parallel, two nonvertical lines, if and only if the product of the slopes is - 1 (the slopes are negative reciprocals of one another). All vertical and horizontal lines are perpendicular.: Perpendicular
    Created 2019-09-21
  • General Knowledge Assesment (5 words)
    Test1
    Example: What is a year?: [m] It's a 365 days period., What color are the vest's sleeves?: [m] None, What is the first day of the week?: Monday, What is 5 + 7?: It's 12.
    Created 2018-04-04
  • General Knowledge Assesment (5 words)
    Test1
    Example: What is a year?: [m] It's a 365 days period., What color are the vest's sleeves?: [m] None, What is the first day of the week?: Monday, What is 5 + 7?: It's 12.
    Created 2018-04-04
  • Multiplying Fractions (7 words)
    Solve the problems below. Make sure to show your work.
    Example: What is 2/3 of 90? : [m] 60, A dime is 1/2 inch wide. If you put 5 dimes end to end, how long would they be from beginning to end?: [m] 2 1/2, You have 2/3 of a pumpkin pie left over from Thanksgiving. You want to give 1/2 of it to your sister. How much of the whole pumpkin pie will this be? : [m] 2/6, Which answers below have a product equal to 1/4? : [m] 2 x 2/16 =
    Created 2018-03-14
  • 4th Grade Entrance Exam (7 words)
    remember to read the instructions at the bottom of the test
    Example: Jane baked 115 muffins. Lisa baked 12 times as many. How many muffins did Lisa bake?: [m] 1,380, There are 14,240 supplies in a classroom. They are arranged on shelves that hold 8 supplies each. How many shelves are in the library?: [m] 1,780, Joe has 1,850 crayons. Ted has 739 crayons. How many more crayons does Joe have than Ted?: [m] 1,111, Karen and Christopher made egg rolls to share at the school potluck. Christopher rolled 219 egg rolls. Karen rolled 229 egg rolls. What is the total number of egg rolls Karen and Christopher rolled?: [m] 448
    Created 2017-11-30
  • Rounding Quiz (5 words)
    Example: Zoller School has a total 542 students. Rounded to the nearest ten, about how many students go to Zoller School?: [m] 540, The Klines are taking a car trip. They will drive 365 miles to visit family members in Maine. To the nearest hundred, about how many miles will the Klines drive?: [m] 400, Round 253 to the nearest tens.: [m] 250, Round 817 to the nearest hundreds.: [m] 800
    Created 2017-09-15
  • math quiz (4 words)
    Example: 118+50=: 118+50=168, 188+50=: 188+50=238, 100*2=: 10*2=20, 100*5=: 100*5=500
    Created by Armstrong - 2017-01-24
  • Math Chapter 4: Adding and Subtracting Decimals (7 words)
    Example: .50 - .32: .18, .92 - .94: -.2, 76 + 84 + 56.789: 116.789, 556.096 - 345.760 - 23: 187.336
    Created 2016-02-05
  • Order of Operations (4 words)
    Solve
    Example: 66/6[33*9(9+8-36)]: -513, 19[4/84(18+-15)}: 1,197, 3[9/3(13*3+23)]: 558, 0+0+0+0+0+0+0: 0
    Created 2015-10-10
  • Order of Operations (4 words)
    Solve
    Example: 66/6[33*9(9+8-36)]: -513, 19[4/84(18+-15)}: 1,197, 3[9/3(13*3+23)]: 558, 0+0+0+0+0+0+0: 0
    Created 2015-10-10
  • Order of Operations (4 words)
    Solve
    Example: 66/6[33*9(9+8-36)]: -513, 19[4/84(18+-15)}: 1,197, 3[9/3(13*3+23)]: 558, 0+0+0+0+0+0+0: 0
    Created 2015-10-10
  • Order of Operation Quiz (7 words)
    Solve
    Example: 3[9(4*9+3)]9: 1,053, 15[3/12(2+9)]: 660, 1[9(13*3+4)]: 387, 3+3[9(12*13)]: 4,215
    Created 2015-10-10
  • Order of Operation Quiz (7 words)
    Solve
    Example: 3[9(4*9+3)]9: 1,053, 15[3/12(2+9)]: 660, 1[9(13*3+4)]: 387, 3+3[9(12*13)]: 4,215
    Created 2015-10-10
  • MINGO (7 words)
    Get 7 numbers in a row across your card to win
    Example: What is 12x12? Is it 140, 142, or 144?: 144, What is 90/5? Is it 16,18 or 20?: 18, Sarah bought a clothes for £12.40. Alex bought shows for £9.60. How much money was spent in total- £21,£22 OR £23: 22, What is 4/5 of 100? Is it 20, 50 or 80?: 80
    Created 2015-07-05
  • MINGO (7 words)
    Get 7 numbers in a row across your card to win
    Example: What is 12x12? Is it 140, 142, or 144?: 144, What is 90/5? Is it 16,18 or 20?: 18, Sarah bought a clothes for £12.40. Alex bought shows for £9.60. How much money was spent in total- £21,£22 OR £23: 22, What is 4/5 of 100? Is it 20, 50 or 80?: 80
    Created 2015-07-05
  • Fires & CO2 vocabulary (7 words)
    Example: hydrogen is the/an ___________: lightest gas? heaviest gas? invisible gas? gas that's full of odor?, true or false. CO2 is a compound?: true? false?, which of these things would make the most friction i f going down a snowy hill or a regular hill: a sled? a book? a match? , which things are fuel?: gas? oil? books? water? glass?
    Created 2014-03-12

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