Math Grade 6 Quiz Identifying Parts of an Expression Using Mathematical Terms – 6.EE.A.2.B
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.A.2.B requires students to dissect mathematical expressions by identifying their constituent parts using appropriate mathematical terminology. This involves recognizing various elements like sums, terms, products, factors, quotients, and coefficients, and understanding that parts of an expression can be consolidated and viewed as a single entity. This foundational skill is crucial for higherlevel mathematical reasoning and problemsolving.
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In the term 7x, what is 7 considered?
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What do you call the “8” in 8 + 9?
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3. Question
In the expression 4(5 + 6), how would you describe (5 + 6)?
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What is a ‘term’ in an algebraic expression?
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In the expression x(y + z), what do you call x?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
What is “15” in the expression 15 – 3x?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
In 4x/5, how do you refer to 5?
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
How do you describe the “2” in 2(x + 9)?
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Question 9 of 10
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In the expression 5x + 6, what is 5x called?
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Question 10 of 10
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What part of the expression 3(4 + y) is considered a single entity?
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