Topic Review: Number and Operations

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Grade 6

Mathematics

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Grade 6

Mathematics

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

6.3.E: Number and Operations

6.3.A: Number and Operations

6.3.D: Number and Operations

6.2.D: Number and Operations

6.2.C: Number and Operations

6.2.A: Number and Operations

6.2.E: Number and Operations

6.3.B: Number and Operations

6.3.C: Number and Operations

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- Q160s6.3.E: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q2A 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 ⋅ 5/166/5 ÷ 5/166/5 ÷ 16/55/6 ⋅ 16/560s6.3.A: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q3A 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?10Not here-10-460s6.3.D: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q4The 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, JacobRyan, Gus, Jacob, ColeCole, Jacob, Gus, RyanRyan, Jacob, Cole, Gus60s6.2.D: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q5Alyssa will correctly label the numbers 48.4, $48\tfrac{1}{2}$ ,48.09, and $48\tfrac{3}{5}$ on the number line below. Which number will be located closest to 49?48.09$48\tfrac{3}{5}$$48\tfrac{1}{2}$48.460s6.2.C: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q6A teacher wrote this expression on the board. (-6)(2) + ( -8 ÷ 4) What is the value of this expression? Be sure to use the correct place value.-10-14-161060s6.3.D: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q7Which graphic organizer correctly groups the following numbers? 3.4 -2 3 -1.2#texas/bb707733-1e8d-49ec-aa9d-c214b4f77ba2/A.png#texas/bb707733-1e8d-49ec-aa9d-c214b4f77ba2/D.png#texas/bb707733-1e8d-49ec-aa9d-c214b4f77ba2/C.png#texas/bb707733-1e8d-49ec-aa9d-c214b4f77ba2/B.png60s6.2.A: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q860s6.3.E: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q9Students in Mrs. Guerro’s class must complete at least 40 math problems for homework every week. The table shows the progress of four students on Wednesday. Which list shows the amounts of homework completed in order from greatest to least?0.4, 2/3, 100%, 45/4045/40 , 100%, 2/3 , 0.40.4, 2/3, 45/40, 100%2/3, 0.4, 45/40, 100%60s6.2.D: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q10Three sets of numbers are shown in the Venn diagram. Which of these numbers can be placed in the shaded area of the diagram?4-5Not here1/260s6.2.A: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q11A store manager analyzed the change in sales of various products from last month to this month. The percent increases and decreases in sales are shown in the table. These values will be ordered from greatest to least. Which list of the products matches this order?Pants, shirts, watches, shoes, tiesTies, shoes, pants, shirts, watchesTies, shoes, watches, shirts, pantsWatches, shirts, pants, shoes, ties60s6.2.D: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q1260s6.2.E: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q13Which expression is equivalent to 8/9 ÷ 3/4?9/8 ⋅ 4/39/8 ⋅ 3/48/4 ⋅ 9/38/9 ⋅ 4/360s6.3.A: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q14In the expression shown p represents a rational number. 4p. What value of p makes the expression equal a number less than 4?7/819/1716/169/860s6.3.B: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q15Which expression is represented on the number line?3 (-4 )−12 ÷ −30- (-12 )− 3 ⋅ −460s6.3.C: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q16Ella played a math game and had the five cards shown. Her score was the sum of the numbers on these five cards. What was Ella’s score?Not here3-52360s6.3.D: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q1760s6.3.E: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q18Which 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°F0°F, -5°F, 8°F , -10°F60s6.2.D: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q19A 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 = 179.8.60s6.3.E: Number and OperationsEditDelete
- Q20Dana placed the following points on a number line. • Point P at -24/3 • Point Q at -9/2 • Point R at 7/2 • Point S at 15/3 Which point is NOT correctly placed on this number line?Point SPoint QPoint PPoint R60s6.2.C: Number and OperationsEditDelete