# Unit #3 Test Review

## Quiz by Renee Eugene

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- Q1
Kaelyn has 2 packs of Girl Scout cookies she wants to share with 6 of her friends. If Kaelyn wants to share all of the cookies with each friend equally, not including herself, how many

of cookies will each friend get?__PACKS__Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q2
Maia's sisters have 286 sweaters to fold and put into boxes to send to the Homeless Shelter. Nine sweaters fit in each box. How many boxes will the Maia's need to be able to send all of the sweaters to the Homeless Shelter?

31 r 7 boxes

35 r 6 boxes

36 boxes

32 boxes

300s - Q3
What did you do with the remainder in Maia's sister's sweater question? Did you Round the remainder up, Ignore the remainder, or Report it as a fraction?

Round the remainder up, because all sweaters must be sent.

Report it as a fraction, because it is ok to split up the sweaters in pieces.

Ignore the remainder, because she may not have enough boxes for all sweaters.

300s - Q4
Look carefully at the image. What would be the denominator, based on the information given in the image.

10

9

7

8

300s - Q5
Turn the improper fraction 19/4 into a mixed number.

__DO NOT USE THE TRADE METHOD__!Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q6
Which explanation BEST describes how to change an improper fraction into a mixed number.

Divide the denominator by the numerator. If there is a remainder, the remainder will become the new fraction denominator and the original divisor will become the new fraction numerator. Add this fraction to the quotient.

Divide the numerator by the denominator. If there is a remainder, the remainder will become the new fraction numerator and the original divisor will become the new fraction denominator. Add this fraction to the quotient.

Divide the numerator by the denominator. If there is a remainder, the remainder will become the new fraction denominator and the original divisor will become the new fraction numerator. Add this fraction to the quotient.

300s - Q7
Davin was playing an estimation game with his friends and said the problem in the image estimated to 1/2. Was his estimation correct?

truefalseTrue or False300s - Q8
Daniel is measuring the amount of rain water his rain barrel caught over the past two months. In June, the rain barrel measured at 5 1/8 inches of water. In July, the rain barrel measured at 7 4/8 inches of water. Daniel told his parents that the rain barrel gained 7 4/8 inches of water in one month. Do you agree with Daniel's answer?

No

Yes

300s - Q9
Daniel is measuring the amount of rain water his rain barrel caught over the past two months. In June, the rain barrel measured at 5 1/8 inches of water. In July, the rain barrel measured at 7 4/8 inches of water. Daniel told his parents that the rain barrel gained 7 4/8 inches of water in one month.

**How many**__INCHES__of rain did the rain barrel gain from June to July?*Be sure to label correctly your answer or it will count it as wrong!*Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q10
Add the fractions.

__DO NOT REDUCE!__Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q11
Add the fractions.

__DO NOT REDUCE!__Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q12
What is...

Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q13
What is...

Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q14
Two-fourth of the eight students at Carter's school voted for Carter for President. How many

voted for Carter?__STUDENTS__*Be sure to label correctly your answer or it will count it as wrong!*Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q15
Of the 6 students on a trip to the museum, two-thirds of them brought their lunch. How many

brought their own lunch?__STUDENTS__Users enter free textType an Answer300s