Y7-8 Quick Assessment By AndrewG on April 11, 2019 in Thank you for taking this short assessment. It will provide a snapshot of the students' achievement capabilities. On any given day the result could be different. Child not here right now? No problem! A link has already been emailed to you. We suggest you set aside some dedicated time as soon as practical for your child to complete the quick assessment. Ready to go? Click the Next Button below to begin. First Name Surname Danielle thinks of a number. She says, ”If you halve the number then add 5 you get 26”. What number was Danielle thinking of? SolveIn the equation \(2 \left ( \frac{x}{3} -4 \right ) = 12\)What does the \(x\) equal? What bearing is it when Jim is going from C to D? Write the word spelt by (6,4) (7,6) (7,3) (2,4) A whole class of children forms a circle, touching hands. 8 children stand in a line touching hands, from one side of the circle to the other. About how many children would we expect to make up the circle? Your answer needs to be rounded to the nearest whole number In art Reuben made a cuboid hole in the middle of this cuboid piece of polystyrene. What is the volume of the polystyrene now in \(cm^{3}\)? At Lake Hawera outlet there is measuring post a bit like the one shown. In the diagram the lake level would be 6 metres above the normal amount they like to have. In July it was at the level marked A and fell to the level marked C in February. By how many meters did it drop from July to February? Use the correct order of operations to calculate \(\frac{12\div 4 +5}{2}\) Reuben had 6 grey, 9 white and 3 brown pet mice. What fraction of them were brown? Answer in simplest form. In a game Rachelle played, 3 times she got a score of 82 and 4 times she scored 74. What was her total score? The students of Orewa College who took part in the Surf to Campus race chose how they went: What would be the relative frequency of those who did NOT skate? How long students stayed at the beach on New Year’s Day.Riki said Lisa was at the beach for 3 hours, Pania was there for 3^{1}/_{4} hours and Manu almost three and a half hours. Riki also said that they were all at the beach when it was almost its busiest for the surf patrol. How many other students were at the beach during this same time interval as this group of 4 students? Time's up

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