# Equality and Inequality for group 1

## Quiz by Taguitay, Raymond

Grade 6

Math

South Carolina Learning Standards

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- Q1While travelling to Alaska, the temperature was higher than – 2 degrees Celsius. How will the temperature be written in inequality? t represents temperature.t > - 2t ≥ - 2t > 2t < - 2120s6.NS.7
- Q2While travelling to Alaska, the temperature was higher than – 2 degrees Celsius. Which among the following is NOT a possible temperature?- 1 degrees Celsius5 degrees Celsius- 4 degrees Celsius0 degrees Celsius120s6.NS.7
- Q3While travelling to Alaska, the temperature was higher than – 2 degrees Celsius. Which among the following is a possible temperature?- 1 degree Celsius- 3 degrees Celsius- 4 degrees Celsius- 2 degrees Celsius120s6.NS.7
- Q4While travelling to Alaska, the temperature was higher than – 2 degrees Celsius. Which among the following is a possible temperature?- 2 degrees Celsius0 degree Celsius- 6 degrees Celsius- 5 degrees Celsius120s6.NS.7
- Q5While travelling to Alaska, the temperature was higher than – 2 degrees Celsius. Which among the following is a possible temperature?- 2 degrees Celsius- 9 degrees Celsius2 degrees Celsius- 8 degrees Celsius120s6.NS.7
- Q6While travelling to Alaska, the temperature was higher than – 2 degrees Celsius. Which among the following is NOT a possible temperature?- 2 degrees Celsius- 1 degrees Celsius2 degrees Celsius0 degrees Celsius120s6.NS.7
- Q7While travelling to Alaska, the temperature was higher than – 2 degrees Celsius. Can the temperature be - 2.5 degrees Celsius?No, because - 2.5 is less than - 2.No, because -2.5 is more than -2.Yes, because -2.5 is higher than -2.Yes, because -2.5 is lower than -2.120s6.NS.7
- Q8For safety reasons, an elevator can handle no more than 999.5 pounds in it. If p represents the pound, which is NOT a possible weight that the elevator can carry?999.5 lb999 lb900 lb999.6 lb120s6.NS.7
- Q9For safety reasons, an elevator can handle no more than 999.5 pounds in it. If p represents the pound, which is a correct representation of the capacity of the elevator?p < 999.5p ≥ 999.5p > 999.5p ≤ 999.5120s6.NS.7
- Q10For safety reasons, an elevator can handle no more than 999.5 pounds in it. If p represents the pound, which is a possible weight that the elevator can carry?1200 lb999.5 lb1000 lb999.6 lb120s6.NS.7
- Q11For safety reasons, an elevator can handle no more than 999.5 pounds in it. If p represents the pound, which is a possible weight that the elevator can carry?999 lb1400 lb1001 lb1000 lb120s6.NS.7
- Q12For safety reasons, an elevator can handle no more than 999.5 pounds in it. If the total weight of the passengers inside the elevator is 1300 pounds, can the elevator carry the passengers?Yes, because it is more than 999.5 poundsNo, because it is less than 999.5 poundsYes, because it is less than 999.5 poundsNo, because it's more than 999.5 pounds120s6.NS.7