STAAR Category 2 Grade 7 Mathematics TEKS 7.3B. Student Activity 1


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1 Student Activity 1 Work with your partner to answer the following problems. Problem 1: Mary is finishing a research project for her history class. On Monday and Tuesday she worked for hours each day. On Wednesday she worked for hours. What was the total number of hours she worked on the project these 3 days? : : : : : Problem 2: The temperature in one northern city was 14 F and in a southern city was 67 F. How much warmer was the southern city than the northern city? : : : : : TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 1
2 Problem 3: To find the distance between two points, a and b, on a number line, you find the absolute value of their difference. The distance between a and b is a b. What is the distance between the following pairs of points on a number line? Show your work. 7 and and and Problem 4: On Saturday Jenny received a $25 allowance. By Tuesday she had spent $9.30 and on Wednesday she spent $ How much of Jenny's allowance was left after Wednesday? : : : : : Problem 5: Willie had 5 entries in his checkbook. Checkbook Entries Amount $ If Willie had $540 in his checking account before these entries, what is the balance of his checking account now? TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 2
3 : : : : : Problem 6: Dillon read 2 3 of his book on Tuesday and of his book on Wednesday. If he started 5 10 the book on Tuesday, what fractional part of the book did he have left to read after Wednesday? : : : : : TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 3
4 Student Activity 2 Work with your partner to answer the following problems. Problem 1: During the fall it rained 12.4 inches over 4 days. What was the average rainfall per day? Problem 2: James, Ernest, and Julio work together during the summer doing lawn work. One week they worked a total of 48 hours and earned $7.50 per hour. If they divide the money equally, how much did James make that week? Problem 3: A book contains 450 pages. Joan read 2 5 of the book on Monday. How many pages did she read on Monday? TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 4
5 Problem 4: One section of the six weeks test in history had 24 true or false questions. Maria answered 75% of the questions correctly. How many of the questions did she answer incorrectly? Problem 5: Ernie is having a banana split party for himself and 3 friends. Ernie bought 2 pounds of bananas for a total of $1.20, a quart of ice cream for $2.85, chocolate sauce for $2.29, and a can of whipped cream for $1.38. How much did it cost per person for Ernie s banana split party? TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 5
6 Problem 6: Mr. Green pays the same amount of homeowner s insurance each month. If he pays $1, per year, what is his monthly insurance payment in dollars and cents? Problem 7: The Serna family took a vacation last summer. The trip required 56 gallons of gasoline. Their car averaged 21 miles per gallon. How many miles did the Serna family travel on their vacation? Problem 8: Paula bought a 16ounce can of coffee. She used ounces of the coffee for each pot of coffee she made. If Paula used the whole can of coffee, how many pots of coffee did she make? TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 6
7 Problem 9: Rebecca paid $16.60 to place an advertisement in a local newspaper. The total cost is determined by a $5.00 set up cost and then a $0.40 per word cost. How many words were in Rebecca s advertisement? TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 7
8 NAME DATE SCORE /5 7.3B Skills and Concepts Homework 1 1. On Monday Henry explored a cave that was 137 feet below sea level, and on Tuesday he explored a cave that was 214 feet above sea level. What is the difference in the sea level of the two caves? Show your work. 2. The math club is selling candles for a fundraiser. Lynn sold 3 8 of her candles on Monday and 1 4 of her candles on Tuesday. What part of her candles does she have left to sell? Show your work. 3. Malcolm spent $85.43 on wallpaper, $21 on paint, and $7.84 on brushes and other supplies for redecorating a bathroom. He gave the clerk $ How much change should he receive? Show your work. 4. Joseph and Ben played golf on Tuesday. Joseph s score was 2. Ben s score was +3. How many strokes better was Joseph s score than Ben s score? Show your work. 5. What is the distance between 1 5 and 8 on a number line? Show your work. 2 1 Name two other points that would be the same distance apart as 5 and 8. 2 TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 8
9 NAME DATE SCORE /5 7.3B Skills and Concepts Homework 2 1. The total lunch bill for 12 members of the Groovy Exercise Club was $ What was the average cost per member? Show your work. 2. Marilyn has 60 feet of chain that she uses to make necklaces. Each necklace requires 1.5 feet of chain. Last week she made 36 necklaces. How much chain does she have left? Show your work. 3. Cantaloupes cost $0.32 per pound at the local market. Mrs. Jones bought a cantaloupe that weighed 3.4 pounds. What was the cost for the cantaloupe? Show your work. 4. How many 1 4 pound hamburgers can be made from pounds of ground meat? Show your work. 5. Three friends agreed to evenly split the cost of food and a hotel for a ski trip. They spent a total of $ for food and $345 for a hotel. Find the amount that each of the 3 friends paid for food and a hotel. Show your work. TEKSING TOWARD STAAR 2014 Page 9
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