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STAAR Test - 6th Grade Math (2017)

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 6
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Measures 29 skills from
Grade 6
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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

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  • Q1
    Which list shows the temperatures in order from coldest to warmest in degrees Fahrenheit?
    -5°F, -10°F, 0°F, 8°F
    -10°F, -5°F, 0°F, 8°F
    -10°F, 8°F, -5°F, 0°F
    0°F, -5°F, 8°F, -10°F
    60s
    6.2.D: Number and Operations
  • Q2
    A coordinate grid is shown below. Which ordered pair describes a point that is located 4 units to the left of the origin and 2 units below the x-axis?
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    (4, -2)
    (- 4, -2)
    (- 4, 2)
    (4, 2)
    60s
    6.11: Measurement and Data
  • Q3
    A housepainter mixed 5 gal of blue paint with every 9 gal of yellow paint in order to make a green paint. Which ratio of gallons of blue paint to gallons of yellow paint will make the same shade of green paint?
    27 : 15
    6 : 10
    30 : 54
    10 : 45
    60s
    6.4.C: Proportionality
  • Q4
    The students in a class were each asked to name their favorite meal of the day. The results are shown in this percentage bar graph. Which table could be represented by the percentage bar graph?
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    60s
    6.12.D: Measurement and Data
  • Q5
    What value of x makes this equation true? -90 = -100 + x
    190
    10
    -10
    -190
    60s
    6.10.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
  • Q6
    A team of workers took 167.3 hours to complete a task. A smaller team of workers will complete the same task, but it will take them 1.25 times as long as it took the first team. Based on this information, which statement is true?
    The task will take the smaller team of workers 198.825 hours to complete, because 167.3 × 1.25 = 198.825.
    The task will take the smaller team of workers 168.55 hours to complete, because 167.3 + 1.25 = 168.55.
    The task will take the smaller team of workers 209.125 hours to complete, because 167.3 × 1.25 = 209.125.
    The task will take the smaller team of workers 179.8 hours to complete, because 167.3 + 1.25 = 179.8.
    60s
    6.3.E: Number and Operations
  • Q7
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    60s
    6.8.D: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
  • Q8
    Liang has a goal of walking at least 18 miles. She walks at a rate of 4 miles per hour. Which inequality can Liang use to find h, the number of hours she should walk in order to meet or exceed her goal?
    4h ≥ 18
    4h ≤ 18
    h + 4 ≥ 18
    h + 4 ≤ 18
    60s
    6.9.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
  • Q9
    Leon wrote an expression that is equivalent to (30 + 6) ÷ 12. Which expression could be the one Leon wrote?
    5⋅ 6+ 2⋅ 3 ÷ 3⋅ 2⋅ 2
    (3 ⋅3 ⋅4) ÷ 4 ⋅ 3
    36 ÷ 3 ⋅ 4
    (3 ⋅3 ⋅2⋅ 2) ÷ (3⋅ 2⋅ 2)
    60s
    6.7.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
  • Q10
    In triangle XYZ the measure of angle YXZ is 50°, and the measure of angle XYZ is 75°. What is the measure of angle XZY in degrees? Be sure to use the correct place value.
    55
    45
    75
    65
    60s
    6.8.A: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
  • Q11
    Customers at an ice-cream shop took a survey. The results showed that 144 customers rated the shop as being “very satisfactory.” This number represented 45% of the total number of customers who took the survey. What was the total number of customers who took the survey?
    189
    99
    65
    320
    60s
    6.5.B: Proportionality
  • Q12
    Mr. Lloyd wants to buy a new television, but he does not have enough money in his bank account to pay for one. Which of these is NOT an option for Mr. Lloyd?
    He can save money and pay cash for the television at a later date
    He can save money and use his debit card to buy the television at a later date.
    He can use his debit card to buy the television now.
    He can use his credit card to buy the television now.
    60s
    6.14.B: Personal Financial Literacy
  • Q13
    The graph shows the number of points, y, a player earns in a balloon game based on the number of balloons the player pops, x.
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    y = 25x
    x = y + 25
    x = 25y
    y = x + 25
    60s
    6.6.C: Expressions, Equations and Relationships
  • Q14
    The box plots summarize the attendance for the spring musical and the fall musical. Each musical was performed for six evenings. Which statement best describes the data represented in the box plots?
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    For half the evenings at the fall musical, the attendance was less than 160 people.
    The range in attendance for the fall musical is 85.
    The interquartile range for the spring musical is 45.
    For half the evenings at the spring musical, the attendance was between 155 and 200 people.
    60s
    6.13.A: Measurement and Data
  • Q15
    Jamal wrote the inequality x/16 ≤ 6. Which situation is best represented by this inequality?
    Jamal shared 16 markers with x classmates, and each classmate had fewer than 6 markers.
    Jamal placed x cards in 16 stacks, and there were no more than 6 cards in each stack.
    Jamal divided x pieces of paper among 16 students, and each student received fewer than 6 pieces of paper.
    Jamal separated x shirts into 6 stacks, and each stack had at least 16 shirts.
    60s
    6.9.C: Expressions, Equations and Relationships

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