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# 2006 Grade 6 Math SOL

2006 Grade 6 Math SOL. Melissa Rollosson. One hundred sixth-grade students were asked to name one favorite color. The table shows the results. What percent of the students named blue?. 28% 29% 50% 57%.

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## 2006 Grade 6 Math SOL

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1. 2006 Grade 6 Math SOL Melissa Rollosson

2. One hundred sixth-grade students were asked to name one favorite color. The table shows the results. What percent of the students named blue? • 28% • 29% • 50% • 57%

3. Jamal walked ¾ mile yesterday morning and 1/8 mile yesterday afternoon. What was the total distance walked by Jamal? • 1 mile • 7/8 mile • ½ mile • 1/3 mile

4. Mrs. Dinato remembered the area of the top of her rectangular table was between 1,500 and 2,000 square inches. Which could be the dimensions of her table? • 72 in. 36 in. • 60 in. 30 in. • 40 in. 30 in. • 18 in. 32 in.

5. One batch of Derrick's pancake recipe takes 2¾ cups of milk. If Derrick makes3 batches of his pancake recipe, howmany cups of milk will he need? • 8 ¾ cups • 8 ¼ cups • 6 ¾ cups • 6 ¼ cups

6. 0.084 ÷ 0.6 = • 7.14 • 1.4 • 0.714 • 0.14

7. Based on this table, what is the cost tobuy 10 of each different type of reed? • \$18.50 • \$26.92 • \$71.47 • \$98.35

8. What would be the least amount of money Jeremy’s dad could spend if he bought one of each type of sign? • \$512 • \$761 • \$816 • \$819

9. Maria has a piece of ribbon 5/6 foot long. She cuts ¾ foot off of the piece of ribbon. What is the length of the remaining piece of ribbon? • 1/12 foot • 1/8 foot • 1/6 foot • ¼ foot

10. Harry worked 1¾ hours on Friday and 3½ hours on Saturday. What was the total amount of time Harry worked on those two days? • 4 ¼ hours • 4 5/8 hours • 5 ¼ hours • 5 ½ hours

11. 6.596 ÷ 0.04 = • 164.9 • 16.49 • 6.06 • 0.61

12. Cody was paid \$15.00 for washing his mother’s car. If he spends \$5.75 on amovie, \$1.50 on candy, and \$2.00 for asoda, which is closest to the amount hewill have left? • \$10.00 • \$8.00 • \$5.00 • \$0

13. There are 30 red marbles and 150 bluemarbles in a box. What is the ratio of blue marbles to red marbles? • 180/30 • 30/80 • 150/30 • 30/150

14. What is the least common multiple of 6and 10? • 20 • 30 • 60 • 90

15. Which statement is true? • -599 > -385 • 4,119 < -3,513 • -56,803 > -64,122 • -85 > 89

16. Which group contains only primenumbers? • 5, 13, 29, and 47 • 7, 11, 27, and 43 • 7, 19, 33, and 41 • 11, 17, 37, and 39

17. What is the greatest common factor of30, 42, and 48? • 2 • 3 • 6 • 8

18. The picture shows the number of stars Angie received from her piano teacher for practicing. What is the ratio of the number of striped stars to black stars? • 4 to 3 • 3 to 4 • 4 to 10 • 6 to 10

19. A. B. C. D. Which statement is true? • A • B • C • D

20. Which represents the part of the 10-by 10 grid that is shaded? • ½ • 3/5 • 7/10 • ¾

21. A wall in Kelly’s house is diagrammed below. Which is closest to the width of the wall? • 6 window widths • 4 window widths • 2 door widths • 4 door widths

22. What is the sum of the measures of all the interior angles of any quadrilateral? • 90° • 180° • 360° • 450°

23. Which two figures always have fourcongruent sides? • Rhombus and square • Rectangle and rhombus • Square and equilateral triangle • Parallelogram and rectangle

24. If the diameter of a circle is 7 inches,which is closest to the circumference? • 21.98 in. • 38.47 in. • 43.96 in. • 153.86 in.

25. The glasses shown each hold 12 fluid ounces when full. The shaded portions show how much water Robert drinks on average every morning. Which is closest to the amount of water Robert drinks on average every morning? • 3 fluid ounces • 18 fluid ounces • 22 fluid ounces • 34 fluid ounces

26. Six points are shown on the grid. Which three points can be connected in the order shown to form an acute angle? • Points M, N, and R • Points M, N, and P • Points N, R, and S • Points N, P, and S

27. What is the area of the large rectangleshown if each small square is 4 incheswide and 4 inches long? • 480 sq in. • 120 sq in. • 80 sq in. • 30 sq in.

28. Which solid could not have two parallel faces? • Cube • Rectangular prism • Pyramid • Cylinder

29. The measure of the angle shown is — • between 0° and 45° • between 45° and 90° • between 90° and 180° • greater than 180°

30. Which measurement represents thegreatest volume? • 17 pints • 2 gallons • 35 cups • 9 quarts

31. A. B. D. C. Which picture appears to show Steve’s body at an angle congruent to the angle shown? • A • B • C • D

32. Which shape is not a quadrilateral? • Square • Parallelogram • Pentagon • Trapezoid

33. Chrissy has 4 white towels, 2 yellow towels, and 3 blue towels in a bag. What is the probability that the first towel chosen at random from the bag will be white? • ¼ • 1/9 • 4/5 • 4/9

34. What is the range of the numbers listed?76, 59, 91, 22, 43, 57, 89, 76, 31 • 43 • 45 • 60 • 69

35. A. B. C. D. Which stem-and-leaf plot correctly displays this data?15 32 21 13 36 10 2330 15 11 27 42 33 • A • B • C • D

36. 76, 79, 75, 77, 74For the data listed, the value 76.2represents the — • median • mode • range • mean

37. There are 6 songs on Jane’s new CD. If her CD player plays the songs randomly, what is the probability that the song Mongoose Omelette will play first? • -0.6 • 0 • 0.6 • 1

38. Look at the graph below. Which type of clothing appears to have had 5 times the sales of dresses? • Shorts • Pants • Shirts • Skirts

39. The number of pages Jane read in a book each day for one week are listed below.{12, 18, 19, 11, 12, 15, 18}Below is the box-and-whisker plot of this data. To which number is the arrow most likely pointing? • 11 • 12 • 15 • 18

40. Mr. Warren requires his students to read 2 books: 1 book from list #1 and 1 book from list #2. What is the total number of different combinations for the 2 books? • 9 • 6 • 2 • 1

41. Based on the geometric pattern shown,what is the value of 85? • 13 • 40 • 20,480 • 32,768

42. Which represents the variable in thefollowing number sentence? • 3 • v • = • 45

43. 2.3 x 107 = • 230,000,000 • 23,000,000 • 2,300,000 • 230,000

44. Which method could be used to solvethe number sentence shown? • Subtract 4 from 4x, and subtract 4 from 16 • Subtract 4 from 4x, and subtract 16 from 16 • Divide 4x by 4, and divide 16 by 16 • Divide 4x by 4, and divide 16 by 4

45. What value of y makes the numbersentence shown true?y – 3 = 15 • 5 • 12 • 18 • 45

46. Use the representations shown to answer the question.If the scale is balanced, which numbersentence does it best represent? • 5w = 30 • w + 5 = 30 • 5 – w = 30 • w ÷ 5 = 30

47. The number 514 in scientific notation is written as -- • 5.14 x 101 • 5.14 x 102 • 51.4 x 101 • 514 x 102

48. Which is an equation? • x + 6 • 5 > 7 • x • x + ½ = 9

49. Kale wrote the number pattern shown. 1, 2, 4, 7, 11, . . .He noticed another pattern when he found that the differences between the numbers increased by 1 as shown.If the differences continue to increase by 1, what will be the 7th term in Kale's original pattern? • 15 • 19 • 21 • 22

50. D. A. B. C. Using the representations shown,which model best represents thefollowing?r + 2 = 18 • A • B • C • D

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