3rd QUARTER

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Questions adapted from Score 21 and Schoolnet.

**QUARTER 3 – WEEK 1**

**Gridded Response #2**

TUESDAY / 1. Find the LCD 2. Write as an improper fraction. 3. What is the reciprocal of

51/2 and 3/7 -33/11 41/3

WEDNESDAY / Brian made x free throws at basketball practice. Ethan scored 3 more than twice the number of free throws Brian made. How many did Ethan score if they made a total of 18 free throws altogether? / Three children took toys from a box. The first child took 4 toys. The second child took half of the remaining toys. The third child took the last 6 toys. How many toys were in the box at the beginning? / A 7th grade class is selling packages of cotton candy at a festival for $2.95 each. Each package costs them $0.95 to make. They expect to sell about 1,000 packages of cotton candy during the festival. What is an estimate of the class’s profit? /

**Gridded Response #1**

THURSDAY / 1. If a = -2 then, 2. 2k + 5 = 29 3. b + 5 – 11 = -1 4. n –(-12) = -7

(3a)2

FRIDAY / A music store is offering guitar lessons for $65 per month. A guitar book costs $39. How many months of lessons could a student take if he had $599 to spend on the lessons and book? / Alice is making a necklace. She has a chain that is 400 mm long. She puts forty 1.7 mm beads, twenty-seven 6.5 mm beads, and eight 3.4 mm beads on the chain. How much of the 400 mm chain is left without beads? / John had $2000. He deposited 40% of the money into a simple interest account. The account has a 6% annual interest rate. How much interest has he earned on this deposit at the end of six months? /

**Gridded Response #3**

**QUARTER 3 – WEEK 2**

**Gridded Response #2**

TUESDAY / Solve. 2. Find the perimeter 3. Write in scientific notation.

1. 3 = 17 4.31cm 0.00028

5 a

7.29cm

WEDNESDAY / Jeff is a real estate agent. He earns 3% commission on his sales. If he sells a house for $390,000, how much commission will he make? / Victoria renovated a house for $71,000. If she paid $506,000 for the house, what percent of the original cost did she spend renovating the house? Round to the nearest whole percent. / How many meals can be made from 5 appetizers, 4 main dishes, and 4 desserts? /

**Gridded Response #1**

THURSDAY / 1. -10 = w – 32 + 6 2. -18 = -1/2 y 3. -8 = 32 – 5r 4. 3x – 7 + 2x = 9

FRIDAY / Marcia bought plane tickets for $345. If she sees the same ticket on sale for $405 a week later, what percent increase did the airline use?

*Round to the nearest whole percent.*/ If we flip a coin three times, what is the theoretical probability of getting zero heads, one head, two heads, and three heads? / Simplify.

*Reduce all fractions to lowest terms.*

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**Gridded Response #1**

**QUARTER 3 – WEEK 3**

**Gridded Response #2**

TUESDAY / Find the area of parallelogram. Solve. Find the area and perimeter of the triangle.

1/7 of 35 6in 10in

8in

WEDNESDAY / When you roll a number cube two times, what is the probability of both numbers being even? Both numbers being odd? One odd and one even? / How many possible outfits can Clarise put together with her 5 shirts, 3 pairs of shorts, and 2 pairs of shoes? / Jordan is at a coffee shop. She has three different size drinks (small, medium, and large) to choose from and 4 different kinds of coffee (Light roast, medium roast, dark roast, and espresso). What is the probability of Jordan choosing a medium size light roast coffee? /

**Gridded Response #3**

THURSDAY / 1. -3/4m + 3 = 8 2. -30 = q – 10 + 11q 3. 8z – 1 = 11 4. 10 + v – 17 v = 4

FRIDAY / All swimsuits at a clothing store were marked down 30% on July 10. On August 1, all remaining swimsuits were marked down an additional 20%. If a swimsuit was originally $18, how much does it cost after August 1? / If Mary chooses a point in the square, what is the probability that it is not in the circle?

/ The manufacturer's price for a tent is $28.50. A camping store that bought the tents sells them for $40.76. Approximately what was the percent of increase in the price of the tents? /

**Gridded Response #1**

**QUARTER 3 – WEEK 4**

- The circumference of the board is 29.85 inches. To the nearest tenth of an inch, what is the diameter of the board?

- What is the area of the board to the nearest square inch?

**Gridded Response #2**

TUESDAY / If the volume of the box is 30ft3, what is x? Solve. Compare.

6ft √4•√16 14.7 ______14.6

x

2ft

WEDNESDAY / Danny just bought a sand box for his son. The box measures 12 feet long by 2 feet wide by 3 feet high. If he wants to fill the box leaving the sand six inches from the top, how much sand does he need? / Which number is the repeating digit in the decimal form of ? / The interior of a semi-truck trailer is a right rectangular prism. The trailer is 9.2 feet wide, 52.5 feet long and 8.3 feet high. The trailer will be loaded with boxes that are in the shape of a cube. The edges of the cube are 3 feet long. Without changing the shape of the box, what is the maximum number of boxes that can fit inside the trailer? /

**Gridded Response #1**

THURSDAY / 1. 2(9n – 1) + 7(n + 6) = -60 2. 12(3 + y) = 5(2y + 8) 3. -5 – (15y – 1) = 2(7y – 16) – y

FRIDAY / If the volume of the triangular prism is 3,240 cm3, what is the height of the triangle?

/ The price of albums can be calculated by using the equation , where stands for the number of albums and represents the total price. What is the constant of proportionality? / The map shows intersections of 4 streets. Jackson Avenue and Jefferson Street are straight lines. Jefferson Street and Washington Boulevard intersect at a right angle. What is the measure of the angle formed by Washington Boulevard and Jackson Avenue NE?

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**Gridded Response #2**

**QUARTER 3 – WEEK 5**

14.6, 24.2, 19.5, 17.8, 22.6, 21.3 / Solve.

/ Solve.

/ Gridded Response #3

TUESDAY / List the factors of 18: Solve: [2•2(2 + 1)]2 Solve: -√49 Solve: √-36

WEDNESDAY / Compare.

/ What is the highest integer solution for this inequality?

/ A larger number is three more than twice the smaller number. If the difference between the two is 19, what are the numbers? / Gridded Response #1

THURSDAY / 1. r – 7.81 = 4.32 2. 7.2v = -36 3. 0.379 = g 4. -1.92 = -0.32d

232

FRIDAY / Using measures of center and variability discuss what the box plot shows about the age at death between women and men.

/ The students at a university were surveyed about their satisfaction with the dining hall food on a scale of one to ten, one being the lowest, and ten being the highest. The following box plot was used to show the information gathered.

What is the lowest rating? What is the highest rating?

Where did 50% of the data fall? What is the interquartile range?

*Box plot taken from Connected Mathematics 2 Samples and Populations*/ Gridded Response #3

QUARTER 3 – WEEK 6

MONDAY / A bag holds 20 balls. Ten of the balls are orange and ten are white. One orange ball has an X on it, and one white ball has an X on it. If a ball is randomly selected from the bag, what is the probability that it has an X on it? / A school has just been built in northern Raleigh. If the school has at most $225,000 to spend on laptops, how many laptops can the school buy if they cost $1400 each? / How many possible combinations of two number cubes, numbered 1 through 6, would add up to exactly 7? / Gridded Response #2TUESDAY / Solve: 13 + 72 ÷ 7 36 + 3 • 21

11 – 32 + ( 11 – 3)2 9 – 20 ÷ 4 + 16 2[5 + 2(8 – 6)] 2 + 11 - 2

WEDNESDAY / The scores of two basketball teams in 7 games are given below.

Team A: 20, 68, 60, 54, 58, 55, 63

Team B: 52, 62, 54, 71, 49, 54, 22

What is the difference between the mean of Team A and the mean of Team B? / The data below shows the scores of two groups of ten students on a math quiz and a science quiz.

Math: 72, 92, 88, 67, 54, 58, 64, 76, 65, 72

Science: 84, 78, 56, 89, 54, 68, 75, 78, 84, 60

What is the median of each class? / Kylie is heading to college. She finds out she has to pay $1,250 per credit she takes. If she is taking 15 credits, how much will she owe the college? / Gridded Response #3

THURSDAY / 1. -1.3 = n – (-6.12) 2. - a = 7.5 3. v – 2/5 = -2 4. 5/8z = 2/9

1.6

FRIDAY / A deli that just opened was giving out free mini sandwiches. A sample of 50 likely customers was surveyed about which sandwich they preferred. The people surveyed included 12 people who said they preferred the roast beef sandwich. Based on this information, how many of the first 150 sandwich orders should the deli predict will be for roast beef? / BWR is having a jeans sale. All jeans are 20% off. If one pair cost $65.52 and the other cost $15.12 on sale, what would have been the total cost before the sale? / Simplify.

- / Gridded Response #1

QUARTER 3 – WEEK 7

MONDAY / A rectangle has a length of 5x – 18 and a width of11x – 7. If the perimeter is 110 inches, what are the length and width? / If points

*R (–3, 2), S (5, 2), T (5, –4), and U*(–3, –4) are on the coordinate plane, what’s the area of the quadrilateral formed?

/ If a triangle has all equal sides and has a perimeter of 42cm, what is the length of each side? / Gridded Response #2

TUESDAY / Which answer does not belong? Why? Order from least to greatest. Which is greater?

a.) 0.1 b. 10% 1/5, 1/10, 25%, 0.05 20% of 400

or

c.) 1/10 d. 0.001 25% of 500

WEDNESDAY / A girl builds a rectangular prism out of wooden cubes. She uses 50 cubes that measure ½ inch on each edge. What is the volume, in cubic inches, of the rectangular prism she builds? / If a triangle has 2 equal side lengths, a third side length of 32 in. and has a perimeter of 94 in, what are the missing side lengths for the triangle? / An open-topped fish tank has a length of 30 inches, width of 10 ½ inches, and height of 12 inches. What is the volume of the water in the tank if the tank is ¾ filled? / Gridded Response #1

THURSDAY / 1. 22 ≥ - 3n – 2 2. -2g + 15 > 15 3. m + 4 ≥ 1 4. 5 > a – 2

-5

FRIDAY / Draw a quadrilateral with one set of parallel sides and no right angles.

Can a triangle have more than one obtuse angle? Explain your reasoning.

Taken from DPI’s unpacked document. / Two supplementary angles have the measurement of

4x + 8 and 2x – 14. What is the value of x? / Two complementary angles have the measurement of 2x + 8 and 3x – 13. What is the value of x? / Gridded Response #3

QUARTER 3 – WEEK 8

MONDAY / What is the value of y?/ Danny ran 4 miles in 45 minutes. Hannah ran and her distance is represented by the equation d = 7t (d=distance in miles, t = time in hours). What is the difference between unit rates? / Will three sides of any length create a triangle? Explain how you know which will work.

Possibilities to examine are:

- 13 cm, 5 cm, and 6cm
- 3 cm, 3cm, and 3 cm
- 2 cm, 7 cm, 6 cm

TUESDAY / Write 36% Write in scientific notation. Find the area of the hexagon.

As a fraction ______7,342,0000 12

7 4

As a decimal ______

10

WEDNESDAY / Find the measure of x.

/ Harry measured two angles in a triangle with a protractor. The first angle measured 68°, and the second measured 80°. What is the measure of the third angle? / In an isosceles triangle, the base angles are 2x + 2 and the vertex angle is 4x + 8. Find the measure of each angle. / Gridded Response #1

THURSDAY / Evaluate if x = -4, y = 8, and z = -9.

1. 32 - |y - 3| 2. 3|x| - 7 3. 4 + |z| 4. 46 - y|x|

FRIDAY / Solve for the measure of angle S.

/ A neighborhood group has $28,000 to spend on improvements to a park. They spend $7,600 on playground equipment and $115 on each tree. Write an inequality and solve for the maximum number of trees the group can buy. / Write and solve an equation to find x.

/ Gridded Response #1

QUARTER 3 – WEEK 9

MONDAY / Robert rode his bicycle for 4 hours and averaged 17 miles per hour. How far did he ride his bicycle? / A box contains 1 red ball, 3 green balls, and 8 blue balls. What best defines the probability associated with picking a red ball without looking?a.) Likely

b.) Certain

c.) Unlikely

d.) Impossible / Katie dropped 5 nickels on the floor. What is the probability that all the nickels will land with heads facing up? / Gridded Response #1

TUESDAY / If a =2 and b = 3, then Solve Write the inequality for Evaluate:

ab2 √16 +√25 -√4 |-10| + |8| - |-3|

WEDNESDAY / Solve for x.

/ A number cube with faces labeled 1 through 6 is rolled 200 times. About how many times would you expect to roll an even number? / A product used to have a price of $20.50. Its price was then increased by 2%. Additionally, a 7% tax is added when the product is purchased. What is the total cost, including tax, of purchasing the product? Round to the nearest cent. / Gridded Response #1

THURSDAY / 1. a – 3/5 = -7/10 2. m + 3.42 = 7.1 – 2(m – 5) 3. 2.56 + c – 4.91 = 0.89 4. b – ¾ = 5/6

FRIDAY / Ranee creates a spinner with 12 equal sections. She colors 5 of the sections orange, 2 green, 3 blue, and 2 yellow. What is the probability that the arrow on the spinner will land on a blue section? / A bag contains 30 blue beads, 10 red beads, and 35 yellow beads. Julia pulls a bead out of the bag at random, puts it aside, and then pulls another bead out of the bag at random. What is the probability that Julia will pull two red beads out of the bag? / Two angles are supplementary. The measure of one angle is 4 times the measure of the other angle. What is the measure of the smaller angle? / Gridded Response #3