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Reynolds

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COURSE: 6 GRADE MATH NAME: ___________________________________

TH

DATE: _______________ PRIDE: ______________________

IMPORTANT NOTES (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY)

1. TAKE YOUR TIME DURING THE EXAM! SKIP ANY QUESTIONS THAT TAKE YOU A LONG TIME AND

COME BACK TO THEM LATER.

2. READ ALL DIRECTIONS AND QUESTIONS CAREFULLY.

3. ALL ANSWERS MUST BE ON THE ANSWER KEY

4. SCRAP PAPER IS AT THE END. MAKE SURE TO STAPLE IT TO THE END OF YOUR TEST IF YOU TAKE IT

APART.

5. CHECK YOUR WORK. DOUBLE CHECK YOUR WORK AGAIN.

6. DO THE VERY BEST YOU CAN! I BELIEVE IN YOU! :D

In signing below, I pledge the BLSYW Honor Code and confirm that I have neither

given nor received aid on this Midterm Exam.

STUDENT SIGNATURE:___________________________________________

DATE:___________________________________________

Score: ______/200

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Multiple Choice

Choose the best answer for the following multiple choice questions. (1 points each)

a. 4"

b. 2$

c. 2%

d. 4$

- "

2. : = __________

. .

.

a.

23

3$

b.

23

.

c.

32

d. 1

3. The weekly milk order for BLSYW includes 40 gallons of low-fat milk and 15 gallons of

chocolate milk. What is the ratio of the number of low-fat gallons to chocolate

gallons in the Tranquility Inns weekly milk order?

a. 3:1

b. 5:1

c. 8:3

d. 4:1

45

a.

3"

4"

b.

%

5

c.

6

3

d.

%

5. When wheel B turns 2 revolutions, wheel A turns 5 revolutions. When wheel A turns 40

revolutions, how many revolutions does wheel B turn?

a. 4

b. 16

c. 80

d. 10

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6

a.

.

67

b.

37

6

c.

377

6

d.

37

7. 0.625

6 5 625

a. b. c. d. none

25 8 1,000

1

8.

2

a. 0.12 b. 0.5 c. 1.2 d. none

a. 5 = 14

b. 14 = 5

c. + 14 = 5

d. + 5 = 14

10. One morning, the temperature was 5 below zero. Write the integer that represents this situation.

a. 0

b. -5

c. 5

d. -6

df

11. Using the information above, by noon, the temperature rose 20 Fahrenheit. What was the

temperature at noon? (draw a picture)

a. 20

b. 10

c. 15

d. 5

12. Which is of the words below do not represent the operation: MULTIPLICATION

a. Product

b. Quotient

c. Triple

d. Times

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13. 9k + 2 = 20

a. Variable

b. Coefficient

c. Constant

d. Operator

a. 10x + 7y

b. -4x + 3y

c. 10x + 3y

d. 4x + 7y

a. 7

b. 0

c. 14

d. 7

16. A soccer team has $90.00 to buy soccer balls. If one soccer ball costs $15.60, what is the

greatest number of soccer balls the team can buy?

a. 4

b. 5

c. 6

d. 7

?

17. Solve: = 13

3"

a. 1

b. 144

c. 156

d. 168

a. 9

b. 6

c. 2

d. 18

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Find the value of each expression:

19. (3+7)2+9 -1

a. 108

b. 28

c. 60

d. 11

3"

20. What is expressed in lowest terms?

67

3

a.

2

"

b.

%7

3

c.

6

3

d.

5

a. 0.0628 b. 0.628 c. 6.28 d. 628

22. 3.7 + 1.5 +0.2

a. 5.4 b. 0.54 c. 54.0 d.0.054

23. 39.6 2.417

a. 0.957132 b. 9.57132 c. 95.7132 d. 96

24. 4.24 0.8

a. 5.3 b. 0.53 c. 0.053 d. 5 r 2

25. g c = c g

a. Distributive Property

b. Associative Property

c. Identity Property

d. Commutative Property

a. 2

b. 4

c. 6

d. 8

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2 14

3 21

6 42

8 56

11 77

a. X+2

b. 7x

c. x + 13

d. x/7

a. 24

b. 25

c. 30

d. 36

29. It takes a machine 12 minutes to fill 200 bottles of soda. At this rate, how many minutes will it

take the machine to fill 500 bottles of soda?.

a. 25mins

b. 28 mins

c. 30 mins

d. 26 mins

a. 24

b. 36

c. 48

d. 84

31. Marcus spent $3.25 to wash his car. If one quarter operates the car wash for 60 seconds, how

long did it take him to wash his car? 1min= 60secs

a. 10 mins

b. 13 mins

c. 130 mins

d. 780 mins

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32. Sheila has been given 5 minutes to solve 20 arithmetic problems. What is the minimum rate

Sheila can work in order to finish in time? (slowest time)

a. 4 problems per minute

b. 1 problem per minute

c. 2 problems per minute

d. 5 problems per minute

a. 4 x 3 x 7

b. 2 x 3 x 7

c. 2 x 2 x 3 x 7

d. 2 x 3 x 3 x5

34. Find the area of a triangle that has a base of 3 ft. and a height of 12 ft.

a. 36 ft2

b. 18ft2

c. 72 ft2

d. 12 ft2

35. Find the volume of a rectangular prism that has the dimensions 7 m x 7m x 8m.

a. 392 m3

b. 22 m3

c. 308 m3

d. 49 m3

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Brief Constructed Responses

Answer each of the following questions in full detail on the answer key.

(5 points each) The last question is extra credit.

1. During a promotional event, Forever 21 store gave a free beauty kit to every 6th

customer and a free pair of earrings to every 8th customer. Which customer was

the first to get a free kit and a free pair of earrings?

right. . Then draw and label the angle that is not pictured.

A. B.

24 )

138 )

a. 4 11 = _____

b. -8 + 3 =_____

5. Write an equation EVEN IF you could easily solve the problem without an

equation! Then solve the equation. The value of a certain number of quarters is

1675 cents. How many quarters are there?

6. A produce store sold 45 red apples. If the ratio of red apples to green apples

sold was 5 : 2.

a. Using a tape Diagram, Show how many there are of each apple.

b. What is the combined amount of red and green apples sold?

8.

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Extended Constructed Responses

Complete the required questions and then choose ONE of the following questions

to complete(10pts). Answer in detail and show all work fully to receive full credit.

You may use one questions for extra credit.

1. Required: The following is a list of the last 10 U.S. Presidents, and their age

when they were 1st elected. Use the data to determine the Mean, Median,

Mode and Range (5pts); then describe each measure of central

tendency(5pts). Lastly, Create a stem and leaf plot based on the data(5pts).

President Age

Bush 54

Clinton 46

Bush Jr. 64

Reagan 69

Carter 52

Ford 61

Nixon 55

Johnson 56

Kennedy 43

Eisenhower 62

Obama 47

2. Find the area of the polygons below then describe what the relationship is

between them as it relates to their area. (10pts)

8 ft. 8 ft.

9 ft. 9 ft.

3. Create a shape in the grid with the vertices: (-5, 5) (-5, -3) (2, -1) (2,4)

Name and describe this shape. Find its Area. (10pts)

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BCR Solutions Explain clearly and show your work.

1.

2.

POLYGON #of Sides Name of Polygon

right. Then draw and label the angle that is not pictured.

A. B. C.

24 )

138 )

a. 4 11 = _____

b. -8 + 3 =_____

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5. Write an equation EVEN IF you could easily solve the problem without an

equation! Then solve the equation. The value of a certain number of quarters

is 1675 cents. How many quarters are there?

7.

8.

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ECR Solutions Explain clearly and show your work SCORE ________/25

REQUIRED

1.

2. Find the area of the polygons below then describe what the relationship is

between them as it relates to their area.

8 ft. 8 ft.

9 ft. 9 ft.

3.

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