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## 10 Sample **6th Grade MAP** Math Practice Questions

1- If the area of the following trapezoid is equal to A, which equation represent \(x\)?

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☐A. \(x = \frac{13}{A}\)

☐B. \(x = \frac{A}{13}\)

☐C. \(x=A+13\)

☐D. \(x=A-13\)

2- By what factor did the number below change from first to fourth number?

\(8, 104, 1352, 17576\)

☐A. 13

☐B. 96

☐C. 1456

☐D. 17568

3- 170 is equal to …

☐A. \(-20-(3×10)+(6×40)\)

☐B. \(((\frac{15}{8})×72 )+ (\frac{125}{5}) \)

☐C. \(((\frac{30}{4} + \frac{15}{2})×8) – \frac{11}{2} + \frac{222}{4}\)

☐D. \(\frac{481}{6} + \frac{121}{3}+50\)

4- The distance between two cities is 3,768 feet. What is the distance of the two cities in yards?

☐A. 1,256 yd

☐B. 11,304 yd

☐C. 45,216 yd

☐D. 3,768 yd

5- Mr. Jones saves $3,400 out of his monthly family income of $74,800. What fractional part of his income does Mr. Jones save?

☐A. \(\frac{1}{22}\)

☐B. \(\frac{1}{11}\)

☐C. \(\frac{3}{25}\)

☐D. \(\frac{2}{15}\)

6- What is the lowest common multiple of 12 and 20?

☐A. 60

☐B. 40

☐C. 20

☐D. 12

7- Based on the table below, which expression represents any value of f in term of its corresponding value of \(x\)?

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☐A. \(f=2x-\frac{3}{10}\)

☐B. \(f=x+\frac{3}{10}\)

☐C. \(f=2x+2 \frac{2}{5}\)

☐D. \(2x+\frac{3}{10}\)

8- 96 kg = … ?

☐A. 96 mg

☐B. 9,600 mg

☐C. 960,000 mg

☐D. 96,000,000 mg

9- Calculate the approximate area of the following circle? (the diameter is 25)

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☐A. 78

☐B. 491

☐C. 157

☐D. 1963

10- The following graph shows the mark of six students in mathematics. What is the mean (average) of the marks?

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☐A. 13

☐B. 13.5

☐C. 14

☐D. 1.5

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## Answers:

1- **B**

The area of the trapezoid is: area\(= \frac{(base 1+base 2)}{2}×\)height\(= (\frac{10 + 16}{2})x = A\)

\( →13x = A→x = \frac{A}{13}\)

2- **A**

\(\frac{104}{8}=13, \frac{1352}{104}=13, \frac{17576}{1352}=13\)

Therefore, the factor is 13

3-** C**

Simplify each option provided.

A. \(-20-(3×10)+(6×40)=-20-30+240=190\)

B. \((\frac{15}{8})×72 + (\frac{125}{5}) =135+25=160\)

C. \(((\frac{30}{4} + \frac{15}{2})×8) – \frac{11}{2} + \frac{222}{4} = ((\frac{30 + 30}{4})×8)- \frac{11}{2}+ \frac{111}{2}=(\frac{60}{4})×8) + \frac{100}{2}= 120 + 50 = 170\)

this is the answer

D. \(\frac{481}{6} + \frac{121}{3}+50= \frac{481+242}{6}+50=120.5+50=170.5\)

4- **A**1 yard \(= 3\) feet

Therefore, \(3,768 ft × \frac{1 \space yd }{3 \space ft}=1,256 \space yd\)

5- **A**

3,400 out of 74,800 equals to \(\frac{3,400}{74,800}=\frac{17}{374}=\frac{1}{22}\)

6- **A**

Prime factorizing of \(20=2×2×5\)

Prime factorizing of \(12=2×2×3\)

LCM\(=2×2×3×5=60\)

7- **C**

Plug in the value of \(x\) into the function f. First, plug in 3.1 for\( x\).

A. \(f=2x-\frac{3}{10}=2(3.1)-\frac{3}{10}=5.9≠8.6\)

B. \(f=x+\frac{3}{10}=3.1+\frac{3}{10}=3.4≠10.8\)

C. \(f=2x+2 \frac{2}{5}=2(3.1)+2 \frac{2}{5}=6.2+2.4=8.6\)

This is correct!

Plug in other values of \(x. (x=4.2)\)

\(f=2x+2\frac{2}{5} =2(4.2)+2.4=10.8 \)

This one is also correct.

\(x=5.9\)

\(f=2x+2 \frac{2}{5}=2(5.9)+2.4=14.2 \)

This one works too!

D. \(2x+\frac{3}{10}=2(3.1)+\frac{3}{10}=6.5≠8.6\)

8- **D**

1 kg\(= 1000\) g and 1 g \(= 1000\) mg

\(96\) kg\(= 96 × 1000\) g \(= 96 × 1000 × 1000 = 96,000,000\) mg

9- **B**

The diameter of a circle is twice the radius. Radius of the circle is \(\frac{25}{2}\).

Area of a circle = \(πr^2=π(\frac{25}{2})^2=156.25π=156.25×3.14=490.625≅491\)

10- **B**

Average (mean) \(=\frac{sum \space of \space terms}{number \space of \space terms}= \frac{10+11+15+14+15+17+12.5}{7}=13.5\)

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