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Grade 3 Unit 6 Pretest

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       2. Dave read these clues about a shape.
It has four sides.
It has sides that are all different lengths.
       Dave guessed the shape is a rhombus. Explain why Dave’s guess is correct or
       incorrect.
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3. A shape has
      • exactly four angles,
      • exactly four sides, and
      • sides that are all the same length.
Which could be the shape?
 A. triangle
 B. pentagon
 C. hexagon
 D. rhombus
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4.
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 5. Circle shapes from the right which are congruent (same size, same
shape) to the shape on the left. You may circle more than one in a row.

   A.




   B.




   C.




   D.




   E.




   F.
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 6. Show congruent parts within each shape by adding lines of
symmetry.

   A. Add one line




   B. Add one line




   C. Add 3 lines




   D. Add 4 lines
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7.




8. Which statement is true?
   A. One line segment can divide a triangle into two smaller
      triangles.
   B. One line segment can divide a square into two smaller squares.
   C. One line segment can divide a circle into two smaller circles.
   D. One line segment can divide a hexagon into two smaller
      hexagons.




9. Which statement is true?
     A.   Two triangles put together create a trapezoid.
     B.   Three triangles put together create a trapezoid.
     C.   Four triangles put together create a trapezoid.
     D.   Five triangles put together create a trapezoid.
10. Which statement is true?
     A.     A hexagon can be made from four squares.
     B.     A hexagon can be made from 3 circles.
     C.     A hexagon can be made from 2 trapezoids.
     D.     A hexagon can be made from 2 rectangles.
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11. Manuel wants some ice cream. He can choose one ice cream flavor and one
topping and then put it in a sugar cone, a waffle cone or a wafer cone. Show all the
different ways Manuel can choose one flavor, one topping and one cone. Show your
work with a diagram.

     Ice Cream Flavors                                    Toppings                                        Cones
           Vanilla                                        Sprinkles                                       Sugar
          Chocolate                                         Nuts                                          Waffle
         Strawberry                                                                                       Wafer
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12. Look at this rectangle that is shaded gray on the grid below.




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13. What is the perimeter of the shape below?




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14. What is the area of the shape below?




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