Unit 4 Pre-Test

Quiz by Kayla Beaman

Grade 3
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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### Measures 7 skills fromGrade 3MathematicsTexas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

3.4.K: Number and Operations
3.4.E: Number and Operations
3.4.F: Number and Operations
3.4.H: Number and Operations
3.4.I: Number and Operations
3.4.J: Number and Operations
3.5.D: Algebraic Reasoning

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• Q1
A music teacher had 36 recorders. The music teacher gave an equal number of recorders to each of 6 classes. How many recorders did each class receive?
9
4
7
6
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3.4.K: Number and Operations
• Q2
Ms. Losoya has 72 index cards. She will arrange the cards in 6 equal stacks. How many index cards will be in each stack?
9
60s
3.4.K: Number and Operations
• Q3
Zachary lists some different methods he thinks he can use to solve the multiplication problem shown. 8×4= ? ​ Which of these is not a method Zachary can use to get the correct answer?
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3.4.E: Number and Operations
• Q4
Jane starts at 10 and skip-counted in fives. Could she have said the number 24?
False
True
60s
3.4.E: Number and Operations
• Q5
Kevin and his two brothers ate a bowl of grapes. There were 27 grapes in the bowl. Each boy ate the same number of grapes. What is the number of grapes each boy ate?
54
7
81
9
60s
3.4.F: Number and Operations
• Q6
What is 8 times 4?
32
40
32
12
60s
3.4.F: Number and Operations
• Q7
What is 42 ÷ 7?
8
35
6
7
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3.4.F: Number and Operations
• Q8
In math class 5 students split up 45 flash cards to practice their math facts. The picture shows the total number of flash cards. Each student took the same number of flash cards. What is the number of flash cards each student took?
70
60
9
15
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3.4.H: Number and Operations
• Q9
Zac has 24 sweets left which he wants to divide equally among his 4 friends. How many do they each receive?
6
4
6
10
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3.4.H: Number and Operations
• Q10
Which statement about the number 34 is true?
It is even, because it can be divided by 2 evenly.
It is odd, because it can be divided by 3 evenly.
It is odd, because the digit in the tens place is odd.
It is even, because the digit in the tens place is even
60s
3.4.I: Number and Operations
• Q11
530 is an odd number. True or False?
True
False
60s
3.4.I: Number and Operations
• Q12
Scott has 28 toy cars to put on 4 shelves. He wants to put the same number of cars on each shelf. How many toy cars should Scott put on each shelf?
32, because 4 + 28 = 32
7, because 4 × 7 = 28
24, because 28 - 24 = 4
112, because 28 × 4 = 112
60s
3.4.J: Number and Operations
• Q13
If each bag can hold 5 apples and Maya has 40 apples, how many bags will she need?
7
8
5
10
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3.4.J: Number and Operations
• Q14
What number goes in place of the question mark to make the equation correct? ?×5=45
9
10
8
7
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3.5.D: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q15
What number goes in place of the question mark to make the equation true? 20÷?=5
15
5
10
4
60s
3.5.D: Algebraic Reasoning

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