Unit 7 Review

QuizÂ by Lori Simonson

Mathematics
Common Core

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10 questions
• Q1
Which number sentence could you use to solve the problem: Liana has 14 more books on her bookshelf than Jaylee. Jaylee has 30 books. How many books does Liana have?
15+15=?
14+14=?
30-14=?
30+14=?
60s
• Q2
Which number sentence could you use to solve the problem? Jayce had 34 seashells and Zech had 25. How many more shells does Zech need to have the same number as Jayce?
34+34=?
34-25=?
25+34=?
34-34=?
60s
• Q3
Delton solved this word problem. Check his answer and decide if it is correct or incorrect. Problem: The Candy Shoppe has 187 lollipops. It has 444 gumballs. How many more gumballs does it have than lollipops? His answer: It has 261 more gumballs than lollipops.
Incorrect
Correct
60s
• Q4
Jake has 145 bottle caps and Pesa has 143 bottle caps. How many bottle capes do they have in all? 145+143=288 Which problem below could be solved in the same way?
Mary had 19 oranges. She gave 12 oranges to Amy. How many oranges does Mary have now?
Henry has to write 32 thank you letters. He has written 13 so far. How many more letters must he write?
Ed has 76 model trains and Mike has 121 model trains. How many trains do the have altogether?
60s
• Q5
Paul scored 6 goals in the soccer game. Lazer scored 10 goals. How many more goals did Lazer score than Paul?
8
4
2
16
60s
• Q6
Lily got 5 new shirts for her birthday and now she has 12 shirts. Lily already had some shirts. How many shirts did she have to begin with?
7
8
10
17
60s
• Q7
Hoyt built a model by using 115 bricks. His friend Evan built a model by using 198 bricks. How many more bricks did Evan use than Hoyt?
98
83
313
15
60s
• Q8
The bookstore had 99 books. It sold 12 books. How many books does the bookstore have left? Which number sentence below will solve this word problem?
12+99=?
99-12=?
12-99=?
99+12=?
60s
• Q9
Can problem A & B be solved in the same way? Problem A: There were 38 bananas at the fruit stand. Austin bought 15 of them. How many bananas are left? Problem B: Aliyce read 6 fewer pages of her book than Daxton did. Daxton read 40 pages of his books. How many pages did Aliyce read?
No
Yes
60s
• Q10
Can problem A&B be solved in the same way? Problem A: Logan had 56 toy airplanes. He gave 30 to his brother. How many toy airplanes does Logan have now? Problem B: Nikoli has 7 pears. If he eats 3 pears, he will have the same number as Pam. How many pears does Pam have?
Yes
No
60s

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