Basic Math Skills Pre-Assessment

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Basic Math Skills Pre-Assessment

  1. 1. Name: _____________________________________ Mrs. Winfield-Corbett Date: ______________________________________ Math Informal Math Basic Skills Assessment Part I- Computation Directions: Simplify each problem. Show all work. 1. 7 + 6 2. 18 + 4 3. 195 + 236 4. 9 - 4 5. 26 - 7 6. 195 - 36 7. 8 x 6 8. 15 x 4 9. 135 x 26 10. 72 ÷ 9 = 11. 126 ÷ 3 = 12. 4137 ÷ 17 =
  2. 2. Part II- Key Words in Word Problems Directions: For each problem, underline the keywords and choose the operation needed to solve the problem. Then, find the solution to the problem. 1. Find the product of 15 and 9. 2. Aimee has 19 more jellybeans than Andrea. If Aimee has 33 jellybeans, how many jellybeans does Andrea have? 3. Twenty students share 220 books evenly. How many books does each student receive? 4. The bull's-eye of Matt's dartboard is worth 45 points for every time it is hit. If Matt hits the bull's-eye 14 times, how many points will he score? 5. If 26 is increased by 37, what is the new value?
  3. 3. Part III- Content Area Skills Directions: Simplify each problem. Show all work. 1. Write a numeric expression for the phrase “four more than five times a number, n"? 2. Joe wants to run at least 18 miles this week. If he runs 3 miles on Monday and twice as many miles on Wednesday, what is the minimum number of miles he still has to run this week to reach his goal? 3. At a hot dog stand, Steve spent $18 on hot dogs for his family. If he bought a total of 8 hot dogs, how much did each one cost? 4. Ted has 5 different shirts and 6 pairs of pants in his closet. How many different outfits can he make by selecting one shirt and one pair of pants? 5. Fifteen is what percent of 60?

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