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## Texas Go Math Grade 2 Unit 4 Assessment Answer Key

**Concepts and Skills**

Question 1.

Circle shapes that have exactly 4 sides. Draw an X on shapes that have more than 4 vertices. (TEKS 2.8.C)

Answer:

Explanation:

I circled the shapes that have only 4 sides and marked X on the shapes that have more than 4 vertices.

**Use a ruler to draw the shape. (TEKS 2.8.A)**

Question 2.

a shape with 6 sides

Answer:

Explanation:

I drew a hexagon that is a 6 sided shape.

Question 3.

a shape with 4 vertices

Answer:

Explanation:

I drew a rectangle. A rectangle has 4 vertices.

Question 4.

Build a rectangular prism with 24 cubes. Shade to show the top and front views. (TEKS 2.8.D)

Answer:

**Fill in the bubble for the correct answer choice.**

Question 5.

Which shape shows a way to fold and cut a pentagon to make two quadrilaterals? (TEKS 2.8.E)

Answer:

Explanation:

I marked the shape that shows a way to fold and cut a pentagon to make two quadrilaterals.

Question 6.

Max starts baseball practice at the time shown on the clock. At what time did he start baseball practice? (TEKS 2.9.G)

(A) 3:55

(B) 2:55

(C) 11:15

Answer:

(B) 2:55

Explanation:

The above clock has the hours hand on 2 and the minutes hand on 11 which tells it is 55 minutes. So, the time shown in the clock is 2:55.

Question 7.

Which of these solids is a rectangular prism? (TEKS 2.8.B)

Answer:

Explanation:

I marked the 3rd shape as it is called a rectangular prism.

Question 8.

Which of the following shapes has 8 sides? (TEKS 2.8.C)

Answer:

Explanation:

I marked the shape that has 8 sides.

Question 9.

David measures a rope in centimeters. He draws this diagram to show the length of the rope. How many centimeters long is his rope? (TEKS 2.9.C)

(A) 16 centimeters

(B) 21 centimeters

(C) 5 centimeters

Answer:

Explanation:

David measures a rope in centimeters. He draws this diagram to show the length of the rope

I counted the measurements by grouping them.

5+5+5+1=16

Therefore, David’s rope is 16 centimeters long.

Question 10.

Ellen is telling her sister about using a ruler. Which sentence is true? (TEKS 2.9.B)

(A) I foot is the same as I meter.

(B) I foot is the same as 12 inches.

(C) I centimeter is the same as 10 meters.

Answer:

(B) I foot is the same as 12 inches.

Explanation:

An inch ruler is used to measure any object in inches and 12 inches makes 1 feet.

Question 11.

Use an inch ruler. What is the length of the yarn to the nearest inch? (TEKS 2.9.D)

(A) 4 inches

(B) 40 inches

(C) 6 inches

Answer:

Explanation:

I used an inch ruler and the yarn is 4 inches long.

Question 12.

Olivia brushes her teeth at this time each night. Which is this time shown on the clock? (TEKS 2.9.G)

(A) 1:40 p.m.

(B) 8:05 a.m.

(C) 8:05 p.m.

Answer:

(C) 8:05 p.m.

Explanation:

Olivia brushes her teeth at this time each night

In the above clock the hours hand is on 8 and the minutes hand is on 1 which means 5 minutes.

The clock shows that it is 8:05 and as it is night the time is 8:05pm

Therefore, Olivia brushes her teeth at 8:05 pm.

Question 13.

Adrian is measuring some classroom objects. Use an inch ruler. Circle two objects below that have a total length that is less than 9 inches. (TEKS 2.9.D)

Answer:

Explanation:

I drew a circle around the objects that has the total length less than 9 inches.

Adrian wants to measure the length of a real bulletin board in inches and in feet. Describe how these two measurements will be different. Then explain why they will be different, (TEKS 2.9.B)

Answer:

A bulletin board has a length of 24 inches that is 2 feet.