Math Grade 7 Quiz Understanding Sums of Rational Numbers and Their RealWorld Contexts – 7.NS.A.1.B
The standard CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.NS.A.1.B teaches students to understand the sum of two rational numbers, p and q. It focuses on recognizing that the sum can be found by moving a distance equivalent to q from p, in either a positive or negative direction depending on q’s sign. This concept also emphasizes that a number and its opposite, when summed, always give a result of zero. Moreover, it encourages interpreting these mathematical findings within the scope of realworld scenarios.
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During a hike, Sarah walks 3 km north and then 5 km south. What is her net movement?
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What is the sum of 7 and its opposite?
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In a game, a player is awarded 6 points and then penalized 6 points. What’s their total score?
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If a city’s population grows by 10,000 people one year and decreases by 10,000 the next year, what’s the net change in population over the two years?
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A car travels 8 km east and then 5 km west. What’s the car’s net movement?
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If you have $5 and you spend $3, how much do you have left?
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A climber ascends 4 meters up a mountain and then descends 6 meters. What’s his net movement?
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In a game, John scores 5 points for a foul and 7 points for a goal. What’s his total score after committing a foul and scoring a goal?
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What is the sum of 4 and its opposite?
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A bank account has $50 due to an overdraft fee. A deposit of $100 is made. What’s the new balance?
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