STAAR Test - 6th Grade Math (2016)

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Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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### Measures 35 skills fromGrade 6MathematicsTexas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

6.7.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.3.E: Number and Operations
6.12.D: Measurement and Data
6.4.B: Proportionality
6.11: Measurement and Data
6.3.A: Number and Operations
6.8.D: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.13.A: Measurement and Data
6.7.D: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.9.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.4.H: Proportionality
6.3.D: Number and Operations
6.4.G: Proportionality
6.6.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.2.D: Number and Operations
6.8.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.12.C: Measurement and Data
6.10.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.2.C: Number and Operations
6.4.A: Proportionality
6.14.A: Personal Financial Literacy
6.5.B: Proportionality
6.4.D: Proportionality
6.6.B: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.4.F: Proportionality
6.8.C: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.12.A: Measurement and Data
6.14.H: Personal Financial Literacy
6.10.B: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.2.A: Number and Operations
6.9.C: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.4.E: Proportionality
6.14.C: Personal Financial Literacy
6.6.C: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
6.5.A: Proportionality

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52 questions
• Q1
Frank had \$65. He spent \$2 per day for 7 days. Then he was given \$9 to divide equally between himself and his 2 brothers. The following expression can be used to find the amount of money Frank had after that. 65 - 2 ⋅ 7 + 9 ÷ 3 . Based on this expression, what is the amount of money Frank had remaining?
\$150
\$54
\$444
\$20
60s
6.7.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
• Q2
60s
6.3.E: Number and Operations
• Q3
Hector surveyed all the sixth graders at his school about their favorite after-school activity.The table shows the results that were used to make a bar graph. Which percentage bar graph best represents the data?
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60s
6.12.D: Measurement and Data
• Q4
A barrel contained 60 gallons of water. Water leaked out of the barrel at a rate of 5 gallons every 3 days.At this rate, how many days did it take for all 60 gallons of water to leak out of the barrel?
36 days
20 days
100 days
12 days
60s
6.4.B: Proportionality
• Q5
Four points are graphed on the coordinate grid.Which ordered pair does not appear to be represented by one of these points?
(-4, 1/2)
(5/2,- 3)
(-1, - 1 1/2)
(3/2,2)
60s
6.11: Measurement and Data
• Q6
A carpenter wants to cut a board that is 5/6 ft long into pieces that are 5/16 ft long. The carpenter will use the expression shown to calculate the number of pieces that can be cut from the board. 5/6 ÷ 5/16 Which expression can also be used to calculate the number of pieces that can be cut from the board?
5/6 ⋅ 5/16
6/5 ÷ 5/16
6/5 ÷ 16/5
5/6 ⋅ 16/5
60s
6.3.A: Number and Operations
• Q7
60s
6.8.D: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
• Q8
Students recorded the amount of liquid in fluid ounces each of them drank in one day. The box plot shows the summary of the results. Which statement best describes the data represented in the box plot?
The mean number of fluid ounces that the students drank is 78.
The data represent 78 student responses.
Half the students drank from 78 to 114 fluid ounces.
The greatest number of students drank from 30 to 78 fluid ounces.
60s
6.13.A: Measurement and Data
• Q9
Which two expressions are equivalent?
(10 - 6) ÷ y and 10 - (6 ÷ y)
4 + (3 ⋅ y) and (4 + 3) ⋅ y
(18 ÷ y) + 10 and 10 + (y ÷ 18)
12 - (y ⋅ 2) and 12 - (2 ⋅ y)
60s
6.7.D: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
• Q10
Mr. Smith has a maximum of \$50 to spend at a museum. A ticket to the museum costs \$7. He can spend p dollars to buy other things at the museum.Which inequality can be used to find the possible values for p?
p - 7 < 50
p + 7 ≤ 50
p + 7 ≥ 50
p - 7 > 50
60s
6.9.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
• Q11
Mrs. Torres is mailing a package that weighs 12.5 pounds. The post office charges by the ounce to mail a package. How much does the package weigh in ounces?
192.5 ounces
200 ounces
187 ounces
100 ounces
60s
6.4.H: Proportionality
• Q12
A team of four players competed in a golf contest. The names and scores of the players on the team are shown in the table. The team’s score is the sum of all the scores in the table. What is the team’s score?
10
Not here
-10
-4
60s
6.3.D: Number and Operations
• Q13
A farmer watered 3/8 of a field. What percentage is equivalent to the fraction of the field the farmer watered?
37.50%
3.75%
8.30%
24.00%
60s
6.4.G: Proportionality
• Q14
The graph shows the amount of money earned by an employee based on the time he spent working. Which list shows the dependent quantities in the graph?
101, 202, 303, 404, 505
10, 20, 30, 40, 50
11, 22, 33, 44, 55
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
60s
6.6.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
• Q15
The table shows the amount of time four students practiced the trumpet one day. Which list shows the names of the students in order from the least amount of practice time to the greatest amount of practice time?
Gus, Ryan, Cole, Jacob
Ryan, Gus, Jacob, Cole
Cole, Jacob, Gus, Ryan
Ryan, Jacob, Cole, Gus
60s
6.2.D: Number and Operations

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