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Unit 4 Assessment Practice Problems

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The length of Mike’s board is 8 inches. Ben’s board is 2 ¾ times longer than Mike’s board. What is the length of Ben’s board?

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Which of the following has a product less than ¾? ¾ * 4/5 ¾ * 1 ½ ¾ * 1 ¼ ¾ * 2

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1/6 + 4/6

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Tony used 5/8 yards of material to make an outfit for her doll. The shirt used ½ yard and the rest was used to make the skirt. How much material did she use to make the skirt?

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Morgan shaded 2/6 of a grid. The she shaded another 2/5 of the grid. What fraction of the grid did she shade?

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Solve: 8- 3 ¾

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6 5/8 + 1 ½

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Camden walked 3 ¼ miles on Tuesday. He walked 5 2/3 miles on Friday. How much farther did she walk on Friday than on Tuesday?

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For a 6 mile race there will be 5 water stops. All the stops will be about the same distance apart. How far apart are the water stops?

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Which one of these vegetable gardens will have the greatest area? 6 ½ feet wide by 2 1/3 4 2/3 feet wide by 4 ½ 8 ¾ feet wide by 6 7/8 5 6/7 feet wide by 3 1/3

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Faith has 5 cups of tomato sauce. He needs ¾ of the sauce to make lasagna. Which best describes how much sauce Faith will use? Faith will use more than 5 cups of sauce. Faith will use all 5 cups of the sauce. Faith will use less than 5 cups of the sauce. Faith will use less than ¾ of the sauce.

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Look at the following two problems: 12 X ½ = 6 12 X 1 ½ = How will the product of the second problem differ from the first problem?

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Two whole pizzas are shared equally among 7 people. Each person has what size share?

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Which multiplication sentence explains why the division problem is correct? ¼ ÷ 5 =1/20 ¼ * 1/5 = 1/12 20 ÷5=4 4 * 5 = 20 1/20 * 5 = 1/4

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The length of the Marathon is 8 miles. There are water breaks every ½ mile. How many breaks are along the marathon?

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Which explains why ¼ ÷ 3 = 1/12 When ¼ is divided into 3 equal parts, the size of the parts is 1/7. When 3 is divided into ¼ equal parts, the size of the part is 1/12. When ¼ is divided into 3 equal parts, the size of each part is 1/12. When 1/12 is divided into 3 equal parts, the size of each part is ¼.

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1/3 + ¼ =

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On Sunday 1/2 of a church group went to see a new movie. If 2/3 of the group went to the 1:00 time slot, what fraction of the group went to the 3:00 time slot?

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At a class party 3/5 of a cheese pizza was eaten and ¼ of a pepperoni pizza was eaten. How much pizza was eaten all together?

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Caleb ordered 3 pizzas for his birthday party. ¾ of each pizza was eaten. Draw a model of the pizza that is left.

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Cade is making a container of tea which requires 4 cups of sugar. She only has a ½ cup measuring cup. How many ½ cup scoops of sugar does Cade need?

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Carol has a rug that is 5 ½ feet wide by 3 ½ feet long. She needs a rug that is two time the area of the that rug. A. What are possible dimensions of the new rug? W= _____________ L=______________ What is the total area of the new rug?

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A running track is one mile long. If I jog for 1/3 mi. and run for 4/9 mi. Will I complete the full distance of the track? Why or why not?

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A pie recipe calls for 2 ¼ cups of strawberries and 3 1/6 cups of blueberries. Carrie tells her mom that she needs 5 2/12. Her mother said she was incorrect. What did she do wrong? What is the correct answer?

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6 candy bars were shared equally among 4 people. Name the fraction that represents each person’s equal share in simplest form.

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