# End unit assessment Number relations

```End of Unit 3 Assessment
Name:_________________________________
Solve these using the three-read strategy. Make sure you show all your
work and write a solution statement.
1. Hudson bought 8 bags of green grapes. Each bag costs \$3. He has
a coupon that would give him \$5 off his purchase. Create an
expression that represents the amount of money he will have to
pay for his grapes. Calculate the amount of money Hudson spent.
2. Ian won \$450 at a Christmas Raffle. He decided to buy his mom a
\$250 gift for Christmas. Then he gave equal amounts of the
remaining money to his dad and brother. Create the expression
and evaluate to find how much Ian’s brother and his dad got from
Ian.
3. Calculate:
1. (4 + 7) 𝑥 2 − 12 &divide; 2
2. 15 + 5 x 2 – 4
3. 6 𝑥 5 + 4 &divide; 2 − 1
4. What temperature is halfway between -10 and + 4 Use a number
5. Use  or  to make each statement true.
1. +9  -30
3. -25  -17
2. -7  -16
4. -8  3
6. Use factor trees to show each number as a product of prime
numbers:
a) 40
b) 81
c) 23
7. Simon came up with the following factors of 72:
1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 12, 18, 32
a) Which factor is NOT a factor of 72 __________
b) Which factors are missing? ________________
8. Lis the first 5 multiples of each number:
a) 6: _____________________________
b) 9: _____________________________
c) 14: ____________________________
9. On National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, Moo Moos will be giving
out free stuff to the first 100 customers. Every sixth customer
gets a free waffle cone and every 8th person gets a free topping.
Brody wants both! Can he receive both? What number position
does he have to be in?
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