Math Grade 7 Quiz Situations Where Opposite Quantities Combine to Make 0 7.NS.A.1.A
The standard CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.NS.A.1.A focuses on understanding situations where opposing quantities combine to result in a zero sum. This concept teaches students about balance and neutrality in numbers, especially in realworld scenarios where opposing forces or quantities nullify each other.
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A car moves forward 3 meters and then moves backward 3 meters. What is the net distance covered by the car?
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A weight lifter lifts a weight of 50 kg and then puts down a weight of 50 kg. What’s the net weight lifted?
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If a team scores 4 goals and concedes 4 goals, what’s their goal difference?
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In an electric circuit, if a positive charge of 5 Coulombs meets a negative charge of 5 Coulombs, what’s the net charge?
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If an elevator goes up 20 floors and then comes down 20 floors, how many floors has it net moved?
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If Jake owes his friend $10 and his friend owes Jake $10, what is their combined debt?
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In a game, a player gains 5 points for a win and loses 5 points for a loss. If a player wins once and loses once, what’s their total score?
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Sarah has 7 candies and she eats 7 candies. How many candies does she have left?
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A hot day can increase the temperature by 8°C while a cold wind can decrease it by 8°C. If both happen on the same day, what is the net effect on the temperature?
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If a company makes a profit of $1000 in January and a loss of $1000 in February, what’s their net profit/loss over the two months?
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