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Thanks to Lisa Beckius, lisa.beckius@ssccardinals.org; 6th math

1 - 611bA B C2 - 611dA B C3 - 611eA B C4 - 612aA B C5 - 612bA B C6 - 613aA B C7 - 613bA B C8 - 614aA B C9 - 622aA B C10-624aA B C11-625dA B C12-625eA B C13-625fA B C14-631aA B C15-631bA B C16-632aA B C17-633bA B C18-633cA B C19-633dA B C20-633eA B C21-641bA B C22-641cA B C23-643bA B C24-643cA B C25-611bA B C26-611dA B C27-611eA B C28-612aA B C29-612bA B C30-613aA B C31-613bA B C32-614aA B C33-622aA B C34-624aA B C35-625dA B C36-625eA B C37-625fA B C38-631aA B C39-631bA B C40-632aA B C41-633bA B C42-633cA B C43-633dA B C44-633eA B C45-641bA B C46-641cA B C47-643bA B C48-643cA B C49A B C50A B C51A B C52A B C53A B C54A B C55A B C56A B C57A B C58A B C59A B C60A B C61A B C62A B C63A B C64A B C

1AWhich list of numbers is ordered from least to greatest?

A. -9 -2 0 3B. -2 -9 0 3C. 3 0 -2 -9D. -9 0 -2 3A

1BCWhich list of numbers is ordered from greatest to least?

A. -9 -2 0 3B. -2 -9 0 3C. 3 0 -2 -9 3 0 -9 -2

1CCWhich list of numbers is ordered from least to greatest?

A. 8421 8241 102,341 103,420B. 8241 8421 103,420 102,341C. 8241 8421 102,341 103,420 8421 8241 103,420 102,341

2A=A. 40B. 1000C. 10,000 40,000C

2BB=A. 32B. 256C. 266D. 326

2CBWhich of the following is equal to 10,000?A. 103B. 104C. 105D. 106

3ADWhich of the following shows a prime factorization?

3BBWhich expression is the prime factorization of 126?

3CCFind the smallest number divisible by 10.

4AC

4B

4COne large pizza was served to Alice, Betty, and Cindi.How much of the pizza was left?C

5ADWrite this sum: Five and sixty-two hundredths plus two and three tenths.

A. 5.62 + 3.2B. 5.062 + 2.03C. 5.062 + 2.3D. 5.62 + 2.3

5BFind the difference between: Eight and twenty-four hundredths AND three and forty-seven hundredths

A. 8.024 3.047B. 8.24 3.47C. 8.24 4.37D. . 8.42 3.47B

5CCharlie earned $42.50 on Monday, $22.25 on Tuesday, and $31.45 on Wednesday. How much more does he need to earn in order to have a total of $100? A. $38.00B. $4.80C. $3.80D. $3.70C

6AFind the quotient:C

6BABananas cost $0.90 per pound. How much would 2.5 pounds cost? A. $2.25B. $2.55C. $3.40 $22.50

6CB420 students attend West Lake School. 1/5 of the students are absent. How many students ARE in class?A. 84B. 336C. 360 415

7ABThe school canned food drive results are in. Five students each brought 7 cans, 6 students each brought 4 cans, and 9 students each brought 3 cans. Which expression shows the total number of cans?A. 5+7+6+4+9+3B. (5x7) + (6x4) + (9x3)C. (5+7) x (6+4) x (9+3) (5x7) x (6x4) x (9x3)

7BCCandy costs $2.90 per pound. Which expression represents the total cost for 3.2 pounds?

7CBWhich number is divisible by 3 and 5? A. 235B. 255C. 2,3502,345

8ACWhich of the following is the most reasonable estimate for the sum below?87 + 72 + 127 + 31 A. 220B. 310C. 320 330

8BCUse estimation to answer this question. Which sum is less than one?

8CCCandy costs $2.90 per pound. Using estimation, what is the approximate cost of 4.1 pounds of candy? A. $15.00B. $12.00C. $10.89$8.00

9A(-1, -2)What are the coordinates of C?

9BWhat are the coordinates of B?(2, -1)

9CWhat are the coordinates of D?(-2, 0)

10AAWhen folded along the lines, which geometric solid is formed?A. cylinderB. pyramidC. rectangular prismD. triangular prism

10BDWhen folded along the lines, which geometric solid is formed?A. cylinderB. pyramidC. rectangular prismD. triangular prism

10CBWhen folded along the lines, which geometric solid is formed?A. cylinderB. pyramidC. square prismD. triangular prism

11AAUse the parallelogram to answer the question. The perimeter of the parallelogram is 42 cm. Find the length of side m.A. 12 cmB. 18 cmC. 24 cmD. 60 cm

11BBUse the parallelogram to answer the question. The perimeter of the parallelogram is 96 cm. Find the length of side m.A. 24 cmB. 28 cmC. 24 cmD. 60 cm

11CAUse the parallelogram to answer the question. The perimeter of the parallelogram is 36 cm. and m = 12 cm. Find the length of side n.A. 6 cmB. 8 cmC. 10 cmD. 12 cm

12ACThe area of the parallelogram is 98 sq. cm. What is b? A. 7 cm.B. 10 cm.C. 14 cm.D. 28 cm.

12BCFind the area of the parallelogram if b = 22 m and h = 12 m.A. 68 sq. cm.B. 132 sq. cm.C. 264 sq. cm.D. 428 sq. cm.

12CBThe base and the height of the triangle are shown below. If b = 16 ft. and h = 8 ft., then what is the area of the triangle?A. 32 sq. ft.B. 64 sq. ft.C. 96 sq. ft.D. 128 sq. ft.

13ACFind the volume of this rectangular prism when l = 3 ft, w = 4 ft., and h = 5 ft.A. 15 cu. ft.B. 30 sq. ft.C. 60 sq. ft.D. 80 sq. ft.

13BDFind the volume of this rectangular prism when l = 10 ft., ft, w = 12 ft., and h = 8 ft.A. 60 cu. ft.B. 310 sq. ft.C. 480 sq. ft.D. 960 sq. ft.

13CCFind the volume of this rectangular prism A. 9 cu. unitsB. 12 cu. unitsC. 24 cu. unitsD. 48 cu. units

14ACWhat is the expression for this table of numbers?N ??14 14210 102 5 52 2 22 N + 20 B. 11N - 8 C. 10N + 2 D. 20N - 18

14BBEach student in class has 7 pencils. Which expression represents the total number of pencils in class?A. 7 + xB. 7xC. x - 7 7 x

14CDWhat is the expression for this table of numbers? x ?? 41 34 30 23 17 10 7 0 2x - 24 B. 7 - x C. 3x - 21 D. x - 7

15ADA librarian purchased 7 books for $18 each and some magazines for $5 each. The librarian spent a total of $186. Which equation shows how many magazines, m, were purchased?A. 7 + 18 + 5m = 186B. 7(18) = 186 + 5mC. 186 = 7(18) 5mD. 186 = 7(18) + 5m

15BCA students last quiz in English class was a 89%. This was 13% more than the previous quiz. Which equation could be used to find the quiz score, q, on the previous quiz?q - 13 = 89B. q = 89 + 13 89 = q + 13D. q + 89 = 13

15CCThe college had 4,200 stadium seats to sell for the football game. Only 467 seats were not sold. How many stadium seats were sold?A. 4,667B. 4,267 3733D. 3743

16ACAunt Bessie has cookies for her 5 nephews and 4 nieces. She divided the cookies evenly among the nephews and nieces. Each person gets 3 cookies. Which equation represents the total number, c, of cookies?

16BCEach student in class has 7 pencils. The total number of pencils is 203.How many students are in the class?A. 214B. 200C. 29 21

16CCFind X in this pattern of numbers: N N+5 10 15 15 20 20 25 123 X=?30 B. 118 128 D. 20N 18

17A26What is the value of:

17B4What is the value of:

17C7What is the value of:

18ADWhat is the value of 205x + 7 when x = 3?

18BDWhat is the value of 9y + 7 when y= 8?

18CC

19ABWhat is the value of n in the equation 4.3n = 21.93?

19BAWhat is the value of y in this equation? y + 4.7 = 14

19CBWhat is the value of p in this equation?

20AAWhich step explains how to find the value of x in this equation?

20BDWhich step explains how to find the value of p in 13p = 143?

A. add 13 to both sidesB. divide both sides by 143C. multiply both sides by 13D. divide both sides by 13

20CWhich step explains how to find the value of y in the equation below?A. add 71 to both sidesB. subtract 71 from both sidesC. multiply both sides by 71D. divide both sides by 71 C

21AD

21BA

21CB

22AUse the Pts. Scored below to answer the questions.What is the median of the points scored?What is the mean of the points scored?What is the mode of the list of numbers?What is the range of the list of numbers?2324

22BUse the Pts. Scored below to answer the questions.What is the median of the list of numbers?What is the mean of the list of numbers?What is the mode of the list of numbers?What is the range of the list of numbers?3355

22CUse the Pts. Scored below to answer the questions.What is the median of the list of numbers?What is the mean of the list of numbers?What is the mode of the list of numbers?What is the range of the list of numbers?2223

23ADA bag contains 8 yellow marbles, 5 blue marbles, and 7 red marbles. Will picks one marble from the bag. What is the probability that the marble he chose was NOT a blue marble?

23BA bag contains 8 yellow marbles, 5 blue marbles, and 7 red marbles. Will picks one marble from the bag. What is the probability that the marble he chose was NOT a yellow marble?B

23CCA bag contains 8 yellow marbles, 5 blue marbles, and 7 red marbles. Will picks one marble from the bag. What is the probability that the marble he chose was red?

24ADBob randomly takes a marble from a bag and records the color in a chart and then returns the marble to the bag. He does this 50 times. The results of his experimen

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