Unit 5 Review

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- Q1Ann found an iced tea recipe that uses 1 cup of lemon juice for every 5 cups of water. Christina found a recipe that uses 1.25 cups of lemon juice for every 6.25 cups of water. Which statement about the two recipes is true?It is not possible to tell which lemonade recipe will have a stronger lemon flavor.Ann’s iced tea has a greater ratio of lemon juice to water than Christina’s recipe. Ann’s iced tea will have a stronger lemon flavor.The ratio of lemon juice to water is the same in both recipes.Christina’s iced tea has a greater ratio of lemon juice to water than Ann’s recipe. Christina’s lemonade will have a stronger lemon flavor.120sEditDelete
- Q2Jenny read 8 books in 12.5 hours. At this rate, how many books can Jenny read in one hour?1.560.640.064100120sEditDelete
- Q3Which of the following is an equivalent rate to running 9.3 miles in 46.5 minutes?Running 10.8 miles in 25.6 minutesRunning 5.5 miles in 27.5 minutesRunning 1 mile in 2.01 minutesRunning 1 mile in 0.2 minutes120sEditDelete
- Q4Ken’s math class has 18 boys and 9 girls. Which of the following represents the part of the class that is boys?2 to 12/3.350%120sEditDelete
- Q5Pepsi Cola makes a soft drink made with 0.50% peach juice concentrate. What is this percent expressed as a fraction and decimal?CABD120sEditDelete
- Q6See PictureFHGJ120sEditDelete
- Q7A can of soda has a capacity of 355.5 mL. What is this measure in liters?3.555 liters355,500 liters0.3555 liters3,555 liters120sEditDelete
- Q8Convert 18.75 kilometers to centimeters.1,875 cm0.1875 cm18,750 cm1,875,000 cm120sEditDelete
- Q9The ratio of cats to dogs in a pet store is 4 to 5. Which graph best represents this relationship, where the number of dogs is represented by the x-values and the number of cats is represented by the y-values?BA120sEditDelete
- Q10Every day after school, James rides his bicycle to her home, which is a distance of 7.2 kilometers. Which proportion can be used to convert 7.2 kilometers to meters?DCAB120sEditDelete
- Q11Becca surveyed her classmates and learned that 15 out of 50 classmates have a pet at home. She used colored counters to represent her survey results. Which model represents how Bethany could use the colored counters to determine the percentage of her classmates that have a pet at home?BA120sEditDelete
- Q12Theo is taking a bus to go on a ski trip. The bus traveled 109 miles at a constant rate in the first 4 hours of the trip. If the ski resort is 593 miles from his home, and the bus continues at the same rate, which proportion could Theo use to predict how many hours the bus trip to the ski resort will take?GFHJ120sEditDelete
- Q13A local store is selling 5 bottles of soap for $3.88. Which scale factor could be used to calculate the cost of 40 bottles of soap?2.061/7131.968120sEditDelete
- Q14A school reporter surveyed a sample of sixth grade girls about their favorite weekend activities. Eighty-five percent, or 34 girls, selected going to the movies as their favorite activity. How many girls did the reporter survey?400 girls40 girls25 girls75 girls120sEditDelete
- Q15The diagram below shows Cam’s budgeted expenses for a trip he is planning. Cam has budgeted $190 for meals during his full trip. What is the total budget for the trip?$47.10$901,000$3,610120sEditDelete