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1 Name: Class: _ Date: _ Test Review Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. Members of a high school club sold hamburgers at a baseball game to raise money. They sold 78 hamburgers. If the buns come in packages of 16, how many packages of buns did the club members open? a packages c. 17 packages b packages d. 18 packages. The Jackson family bought a new car for $30,000. Because of a special sale, the price was reduced by a rebate of $1,000. The Jacksons then made a down payment of $9,000. They paid the rest of the money over 36 months with an interestfree loan. What was the Jackson s monthly car payment? Round your answer to the nearest cent. a. $80.6 c. $.6 b. $ d. $ Write the expression in exponential form. a. 7 4 c. 7 b. 16,807 d Find the value of 3. a. 1 c. 43 b. d. 81. Students at a junior high school play a game called pass it along. In this game, one student picks a phrase and tells it to 3 other students. Each of these students then tells 3 more students. How many students will be told the phrase during round 4? a. 1 students c. 64 students b. 81 students d. 41 students 6. In round 1 of a phone tree, a person calls 4 people. In round, each person in round 1 calls 4 more people, and so on. How many calls will be made during round? a. 1,04 calls c. 6 calls b. 1 calls d. 0 calls 7. Simplify the expression a. 31 c. 16 b. 47 d Simplify the expression 63 (1 + 8) 3. a. 7 c. 1 b. 37 d Sally bought 4 boxes of pens for $6 each and 7 packages of paper for $7 each. Simplify to find the amount Sally spent on pens and paper. a. $364 c. $73 b. $140 d. $49 1
2 Name: 10. A school is having a fundraiser in which the students sell calendars and raffle tickets. Each calendar costs $18. Each raffle ticket costs $7. If a student sold 7 calendars and raffle tickets, simplify to find how much money the student should collect. a. $1,17 c. $161 b. $139 d. $ One beetle is 0.07 inch long, and another is 0.3 inch. Which length is greater? a. 0.3 inch b inch 1. One elephant weighs.18 tons, and another weighs. tons. Which weight is greater? a.. tons b..18 tons 13. Order the decimals 3.868, 3.78, from least to greatest. a , 3.78, c , 3.78, b. 3.78, 3.868, d. 3.78, 3.896, Order the decimals , , , from greatest to least. a , , , c , , , b , , , d , , , If 3 boxes weigh 0.3 pound each, what is the total weight? a..66 pounds c. 1.9 pounds b. 3.3 pounds d. 1.9 pounds 16. Find the quotient a. 0.9 c b. 13 d If 3 friends share a bag of pretzels that costs $4.08, how much should each person pay? a. $1.36 c. $13.60 b. $1.08 d. $ Mr. and Mrs. Wodehouse s children are buying a cake for their parents wedding anniversary. The cake costs $4.10. If the children split the cost equally, how much will each person pay? a. $48.0 c. $0.48 b. $4.8 d. $ A superstore is selling 11 hats for $ Is this more or less expensive than Harold s Happening Hats which sells each hat for $11.43? a. less expensive b. more expensive 0. Find the quotient a. 0.9 c b. 9. d The gas tank in a hybrid car can hold 14. gallons of gas. If the car can go 39.6 miles without having to refuel, how many miles per gallon does the car get? a. 4.8 miles per gallon c. 48 miles per gallon b..48 miles per gallon d. miles per gallon
3 Name:. Chain at the hardware store costs $0.1 per foot. If you bought $1.44 worth of chain, what length of chain did you buy? a feet c. 9.6 feet b. 10 feet d. 96 feet 3. Find the value of Write your answer in scientific notation. a c b d You have a pitcher that holds 39.3 oz of lemonade. If each glass holds 8.8 oz, how many glasses can you completely fill? a. 4 glasses c. 6 glasses b. glasses d glasses. Each day you drive to work, your car uses 3.8 gallons of gas. If your gas tank holds 17.7 gallons of gas, how many days can you drive to work without running out of gas or refueling? a days c. 3 days b. 4 days d days 6. If you are making sandwiches for a family reunion and 6 slices of turkey come in each package, how many packages will you need to buy? a packages c. 3.3 packages b. 3 packages d. 4 packages 7. Ms. White is making bookmarks for her first grade class. Each bookmark has a gold tassel. If 8 bookmarks come in a package, how many packages will she need for her 30 students? a. 3.7 packages c. 4 packages b packages d. 6 packages 8. Suppose a trip is miles long and you want to spend days driving. How many miles should you drive each day? a. 180 miles c. 181 miles b miles d miles 9. The design on a 8.1inch scarf has 14 stripes. If all of the stripes have the same width, how wide is each stripe? a. inches c. 4.1 inches b. 4 inches d inches 30. Mr. Gonzalez s sixthgrade class is putting on a play. He reserved the first 6 rows of the auditorium for family members and friends of the 4 students in his class. If each row contains 17 seats and each student can invite the same number of guests, how many guests can each student invite? a. 8 guests c. 4 guests b. guests d. 9 guests 31. Find the GCF of 63, 7, and 4. a. c. 4 b. 6 d. 3 3
4 Name: 3. Allison works at a bakery. She must box 30 rolls, 4 muffins, and 48 biscuits so that all of the boxes have the same number of each. What is the greatest number of boxes she can use? a. 1 boxes c. 6 boxes b. 8 boxes d. boxes 33. The sixthgrade class has 1 boys and 8 girls. The teacher wants to divide them into groups that have the same number of boys and the same number of girls. What is the greatest possible number of groups the teacher can make? a. 4 groups c. 6 groups b. 8 groups d. groups 34. Write the decimal 1.3 as a fraction or mixed number. 1 a. c b. 1 1 d Order the fraction and decimals from least to greatest. 0.49, 0., 1 a. 0.49, 1, 0. c. 1, 0.49, 0. b. 1, 0., 0.49 d. 0., 0.49, Kunio used 19 gallons of paint to paint the outside of his house. Write 19 as a mixed number. a. 9 1 c. 8 1 b d Write a. b. as an improper fraction. c. 7 d Find the reciprocal of 9. a. 4 c. b. 9 d. 39. Divide. Express your answer in simplest form a. c. 1 b. 6 d
5 Name: 40. In a fish tank, 8 of the fish have a red stripe on them. If 16 of the fish have red stripes, how many total 11 fish are in the tank? a. 1 fish c. 0 fish b. fish d. 6 fish 41. In a bowl of marbles, 8 are red. The marbles are counted, and there are 16 red ones. How many marbles 1 are in the bowl? a. 36 marbles c. 30 marbles b. 3 marbles d. 9 marbles Matching a. common denominator d. equivalent fractions b. common prime factor e. factor c. greatest common factor f. product 1. the greatest factor that two or more given numbers share a. improper fraction d. mixed number b. like fractions e. prime factorization c. whole number f. quotient. a fraction in which the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator 3. a number made up of a fraction and a whole number that is not zero a. repeating decimal e. proper fraction b. composite number f. terminating decimal c. unlike fractions g. improper fraction d. simplest form 4. a decimal in which one or more digits repeat infinitely. a decimal number that ends or terminates 6. a fraction in which the numerator is less than the denominator a. least common multiple d. least common denominator b. additive inverses e. reciprocals c. greatest common factor 7. one of two numbers whose product is 1
6 Name: Short Answer 1. A log splitter splits a log into two pieces. After a log is split, each of the pieces runs through the log splitter again. After the log pieces have run through the splitter times, how many pieces of log will there be? Show your work.. Consider the expression: a. Write the expression in exponential form. Explain your answer. b. Find the value of the expression. Show your work. 3. Simplify the expression. Show your work (6 ) 4. At the store, 6 fire logs cost $7.4. How much does each fire log cost? Show your work.. Solve the following. a. A pickup truck s gas tank can hold 19. gallons, and it can go miles on a single tank of gas. How many miles per gallon does it get? Show your work. b. Driving in the mountains is more difficult, and the same truck can go only 34.6 miles on a single tank of gas. How many miles per gallon does it get in the mountains? Show your work. 6. Solve the following. a. If a wall is 4.6 meters long, what is the maximum number of 0.meter wide chairs you can place along it? Show your work. b. How many chairs would fit if the chairs were 0.4 meters wide? Show your work. 7. At the pet fair, there are 4 dogs and 3 cats. The pets must be split into small groups so that there are the same number of dogs in each group and the same number of cats in each group. What is the greatest number of groups that can be made so that each animal is in a group? Explain how you determined your answer. 8. A bag of Idaho potatoes weighs bag? Show your work. pounds. If the average potato weighs 16 pound, how many are in the 9. Curtains measuring 4 feet wide are bought for a window. But when they are hung, they cover only 3 4 of the window. How wide is the window? Show your work. Essay 1. Consider the expression: (8 4) Explain the order of operations you would use to simplify this expression. Then simplify it.. If you were stacking 13 in. boxes in a 8 in. closet, would you round up or round down to determine how many can fit? How many would fit? 6
7 Name: 3. Explain in words one way to find the GCF (greatest common factor) of two numbers. Give an example using 4 and What are proper and improper fractions? What is a mixed number? Explain these terms in your own words, and give an example of each. 7
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