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Name __________________________________ date _____________ period _________ 7G4 Circumference and Area of a Circle (rational numbers) LEVEL 2

Find the circumference of the circle. Use 3.14 for . 1.

Find the circumference of the circle. Use 3.14 for . 2.

Find the area of the circle. Use 3.14 for . 3.

LEVEL 3
Find the area of the circle. Use 3.14 for . 4.

. 5. A team in science class placed a chalk mark on the side of a wheel and rolled the wheel in a straight line until the chalk mark returned to the same position. The team then measured the distance the wheel had rolled and found it to be 71 cm. To the nearest tenth, what is the radius of the wheel?

6. Aaron measured the circumference of a tire by making a mark on the tire, marking the ground the first time the mark touched the ground, and rolling the tire until the same tire mark touched the ground again. He then measured the distance the tire had rolled.

What number expresses the ratio between the circumference of the tire and the diameter of the tire?

. 7. Dorothy ran 3 times around a circular track that has a diameter of 51 meters. Approximately how far did she run? Use 3.14 for and round your answer to the nearest meter.

. 8. Which unit below could you use to describe the circumference of a CD? Explain. A. centimeters B. square centimeters C. cubic centimeters

9. A landscaper is creating a circular garden bed around the base of a tree. If the landscaper uses a 20-foot rope tied to the tree to create the outline of the garden bed, what is the area? Use 3.14 for .

. 10. A carousel is 30 feet in diameter. a. What is the approximate circumference of the carousel? b. Each carousel ride lasts about 3 minutes and makes about 9 rotations. James calculates that the horses on the outer edge of the carousel travel about 250 feet per minute. Is he correct? Explain.

LEVEL 4
11. SHORT RESPONSE Jan's sprinkler sprays water in a circular pattern. The circle has a radius of 4 feet. During hot weather, she turns the sprinkler on at 6:00 A.M. for 1 hour each morning.

Which of the following represents the exact area of the lawn watered by the sprinkler in one morning? Explain how you found your answer and explain why the other answers are not exact. A. 50.24 square feet B. 50 square feet C. 16 square feet

12. A circular pizza with a 1 inch crust has a diameter of 15 inches. a. What is the area of the entire pizza? b. The entire surface of the pizza except the crust is covered with tomato sauce. If one ounce of sauce covers about 15 square inches, about how many ounces of sauce are needed for the pizza? c. Which idea could save more money on tomato sauce: increasing the size of the crust to 1 inches or

spreading the sauce more thinly to cover 25 square inches per ounce? Explain your answer including specific measurements.

7G4 Circumference and Area of a Circle (rational numbers) Answer Section


1. ANS: 56.52 in. PTS: 1 DIF: Level A LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c KEY: diameter | radius | circumference 2. ANS: 339.12 in. PTS: 1 DIF: Level A LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c KEY: circle | circumference 3. ANS: REF: MLC20601 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c TOP: Lesson 11.6 Circumference of a Circle MSC: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5

REF: MLC20604 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c TOP: Lesson 11.6 Circumference of a Circle MSC: Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5

PTS: STA: TOP: MSC: 4. ANS:

1 DIF: Level A REF: MLC20610 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c IL.ILS.MTH.97.6-8.7.C.3b LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c Lesson 11.7 Area of a Circle KEY: area | circle | diameter | radius Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5

PTS: STA: TOP: MSC: 5. ANS: PTS: NAT: LOC: KEY: NOT: 6. ANS:

1 DIF: Level B REF: MLC20609 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c IL.ILS.MTH.97.6-8.7.C.3b LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c Lesson 11.7 Area of a Circle KEY: circle | diameter | radius | area Knowledge NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5

1 DIF: Level B REF: WBGM0188 NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c STA: IL.ILS.MTH.97.6-8.7.C.3b NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c TOP: Lesson 11.6 Circumference of a Circle word | radius | circumference | pi | area MSC: Application 978-0-618-73961-5

PTS: 1 DIF: Level B LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c KEY: word | model | pi 7. ANS: 480 m

REF: MCT70048 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c TOP: Lesson 11.6 Circumference of a Circle MSC: Application NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5

PTS: 1 DIF: Level B REF: AXGM0384 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c TOP: Lesson 11.6 Circumference of a Circle KEY: word | distance | formula | metric | circumference MSC: Application

NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5 8. ANS: centimeters PTS: STA: TOP: MSC: 9. ANS: 1256 1 DIF: Level B REF: MCT70222 IL.ILS.MTH.97.6-8.7.B.3 | IL.ILAF.MTH.04.7.7.7.01 Lesson 11.6 Circumference of a Circle Application NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.1.c LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.1.c KEY: unit | choose

PTS: 1 DIF: Level B REF: MMT20622 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c STA: IL.ILS.MTH.97.6-8.7.C.3b LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c TOP: Lesson 11.7 Area of a Circle KEY: word | circle | radius | area MSC: Application NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5 10. ANS: a. About 94.2 feet b. Yes, James is correct. The carousel makes about 3 rotations per minute for a distance of about 283 feet per minute. Since the horses are not right on the outer edge of the carousel, it is reasonable that they might travel a shorter distance of 250 feet in one minute. PTS: NAT: TOP: KEY: NOT: 11. ANS: Part A 1 DIF: Level C REF: MSM2.11.06.SR.05 NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c Lesson 11.6 Circumference of a Circle short response | circle | circumference MSC: Application 978-0-618-73961-5 Using the formula for the area of a circle, for The other choices and

aren't exact because they use the approximations 3.14 and

Part B 50%: is 50%.

is half of

so half of the lawn in watered in one hour. The percent equivalent to one half

PTS: 1 DIF: Level C REF: MCT70047 NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c STA: IL.ILS.MTH.97.6-8.7.C.3b LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c TOP: Lesson 11.7 Area of a Circle KEY: radical | decimal | percent | negative | number | choose | pi MSC: Application NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5 12. ANS: a. about 177 square inches b. About 9 oz. c. Spreading the sauce more thinly will save more money. If the crust is increased to 1 inches, about 8.2 oz. of

tomato sauce will be needed. If the sauce is spread more thinly, about 5 oz. of sauce will be needed. PTS: 1 DIF: Level C NAT: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c LOC: NCTM 6-8.MEA.2.c REF: MSM2.11.07.ER.06 STA: IL.ILS.MTH.97.6-8.7.C.3b TOP: Lesson 11.7 Area of a Circle

KEY: short response | circle | diameter | area NOT: 978-0-618-73961-5

MSC: Application