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Quiz 3b

Started: Sep 20 at 2:01pm

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The quiz is worth 10 points. You have an unlimited amount of !me during the week to work on the quiz–you may

choose when to start the quiz, and you may go in and out of the quiz as many !mes as you find it helpful to do so.

That is, you may prefer to work on the problems a few at a !me or find it helpful to refer back to the lecture video

while working on the quiz. Make sure you save your answers each !me you leave the quiz and submit the quiz before

the deadline–11:59 PM Monday evening. IMPORTANT: You will not be allowed to con!nue to take the quiz past the

availability deadline. If you have any ques!ons, contact the instructor.

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IMPORTANT REMINDER: Each student is expected to work on this individually and within the confines of the

University Academic Honesty Policy (see h”p://www.rowanonline.com for University Policies and details).

Ques!on 1

1 pts

Which word problem is best represented by the strip diagram shown below?

Twenty-eight apples are going to be packaged into bags of 4 apples each. How many bags are needed to

package all of the apples?

Dominic has 28 seeds. He is going to plant 4 seeds in each pot. How many pots will he need to plant all 28

seeds?

Sarah is going to run 28 miles this week. If she runs 4 miles each day, how many days will it take her to run

28 miles?

Twenty-eight children are being organized into 4 teams. How many children will be on each team?

Ques!on 2

1 pts

A student drew the strip diagram shown below to solve the problem: “On June 4th, a corn plant

was 3 inches tall. On July 2, the corn plant was 8 !mes as tall as it was on June 4th. How tall was

the plant on July 2?” Note: Put only a number–no words–in each answer box.

a) What number goes in place of the x in the diagram?

b) What is the answer to the word problem?

Ques!on 3

1 pts

Consider the word problem: “A bag of blueberries weighs 10 ounces. How many ounces would 8

bags weigh?” A student made the following strip diagram to represent this problem. What value

goes in place of the ques!on mark? Note: Put only a number–no words–in the answer box.

Ques!on 4

1 pts

Consider the word problem: “Kierra has $42. She wants to buy board games that cost $7 each.

How many board games can Kierra buy?”

The strip diagram shown below represents this problem.

Note: Write only numbers–no words or symbols–in the answer boxes.

a) What is the value of x in the strip diagram?

b) What is the value of y in the strip diagram?

Ques!on 5

1 pts

The strip diagram shown below was made to represent the following word problem: “A watch costs

$24. It costs twice as much as a book. How much does a book cost?” Does the strip diagram

correctly represent the problem?

Yes

No

Ques!on 6

1 pts

Consider the word problem: “John visited 8 !mes as many ci!es as Holly. John visited 80 ci!es.

How many ci!es did Holly visit?” If you were to make a strip diagram to represent this problem,

which of the following would be true?

The strip to represent the number of ci!es that John visited would be the same length as the strip to

represent the number of ci!es that Holly visited.

The strip to represent the number of ci!es that John visited would be shorter than the strip to represent the

number of ci!es that Holly visited.

The strip to represent the number of ci!es that John visited would be longer than the strip to represent the

number of ci!es that Holly visited.

Ques!on 7

1 pts

Consider the word problem: “Taylor has 32 tunes on a device. That’s 8 !mes as many tunes as

Jesse has. “How many tunes does Jesse have?”

The strip diagram shown below was made to represent this problem, but it has not been labeled.

Which of the following statements indicates how to correctly label this strip diagram?

The top strip should be labeled with “32” and “Taylor’s tunes.” The bo”om strip should be labeled with “?”

and “Jesse’s tunes.”

The top strip should be labeled with “?” and “Taylor’s tunes.” The bo”om strip should be labeled with “32”

and “Jesse’s tunes.”

The top strip should be labeled with “32” and “Jesse’s tunes.” The bo”om strip should be labeled with “?”

and “Taylor’s tunes.”

The top strip should be labeled with “?” and “Jesse’s tunes.” The bo”om strip should be labeled with “32”

and “Taylor’s tunes.”

Ques!on 8

1 pts

Solve the word problem: “The Sherlock Holmes detec!ve agency solves 12 mysteries each month.

How many mysteries can the club solve in 6 months?” Note: Write only a number–no words–in

the answer box.

Ques!on 9

1 pts

Solve the word problem: “When the Daisy Diner checked its food inventory at the end of the

month, it had 150 pounds of canned peaches. How many days will the peaches last if 6 pounds of

peaches are used each day?” Note: Write only a number–no words–in the answer box.

Ques!on 10

1 pts

Solve the word problem: “Amber has 12 puppets. Barry has twice as many puppets as Amber. How

many puppets does Barry have?” Note: Write only a number–no words–in the answer box.

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