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Geometry, Time, and Money: End-of-Unit Assessment 1. Draw a quadrilateral with one square corner and two equal sides. Grade 2 Unit 6 End-of-Unit Assessment CC BY 2021 Illustrative Mathematics® 1 2. Choose the name of the shape. A. Hexagon B. Triangle C. Quadrilateral D. Pentagon Grade 2 Unit 6 End-of-Unit Assessment CC BY 2021 Illustrative Mathematics® 2 3. Select 2 drawings that have one third of the square shaded. A. B. C. D. Grade 2 Unit 6 End-of-Unit Assessment CC BY 2021 Illustrative Mathematics® 3 4. a. Split the circle into 4 equal parts. b. Explain why 4 fourths of the circle is the whole circle. Grade 2 Unit 6 End-of-Unit Assessment CC BY 2021 Illustrative Mathematics® 4 5. a. Jada gets up in the morning at 6:45. Show the time on the clock face. Then circle a.m. or p.m. a.m. or p.m. b. Jada goes to bed at the time on the clock. Write the time and circle a.m. or p.m. a.m. or Grade 2 Unit 6 End-of-Unit Assessment p.m. CC BY 2021 Illustrative Mathematics® 5 6. Jada has 2 pennies, 3 nickels, and 1 quarter. a. How many cents does Jada have? Explain or show your reasoning. b. How many more cents does Jada need to have $1? Explain or show your reasoning. Grade 2 Unit 6 End-of-Unit Assessment CC BY 2021 Illustrative Mathematics® 6 7. Jada has $26 and Andre has $35. They want to buy a video game that costs $53. a. Andre says that they have enough money to buy the video game because $20 and $35 are more than $53. Explain why Andre is correct. b. How many dollars will Jada and Andre have left after they buy the game? Show your thinking. Grade 2 Unit 6 End-of-Unit Assessment CC BY 2021 Illustrative Mathematics® 7