# 6 th Grade CRCT Mathematics

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## 6 th Grade CRCT Mathematics

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2. Which of the following expressions is equal to 5? A. 5 + 3 – (4 + 1) B. 5 + (3 – 1) + 4 C. (5 + 3) – (1 + 4) D. (5 + 3) – (4 – 1) Day 1

3. Which number is divisible by both 3 and 6? A. 32 B. 45 C. 48 D. 57 Day 3

4. Which set contains only multiples of 8? A. {80, 88, 96, 104} B. {80, 88, 96, 103} C. {80, 88, 98, 104} D. {80, 84, 96, 104} Day 4

5. Which of these is a prime number? A. 6 B. 11 C. 27 D. 40 Day 5

6. Four friends wanted to share three different pizzas—one cheese, one sausage, and one pepperoni. If the pizzas were cut into eight slices each, how many slices would each friend get? A. 6 B. 7 C. 8 D. 12 Day 6

7. Which is a list of factors for 21? A. 1, 4, 6, 21 B. 1, 3, 7, 21 C. 0, 3, 7, 21 D. 3, 7, 8, 21 Day 7

8. Using the bar graph, the MOST projects were assigned in which quarter? A. 1st quarter B. 2nd quarter C. 3rd quarter D. 4th quarter Day 8

9. What is the value of ? A. C. B. D. Day 10

10. (A) 0.58% (B) 0.625% (C) 6.25% (D) 62.5% Day 11 What is written as a percent?

11. The bar graph below shows the number of members of the cheerleading team at four grade levels. Which of the following statements is not a correct interpretation of the bar graph? (A) 30% of members of the cheerleading team are in the 9th grade. (B) There are 5 members of the cheerleading team in the 10th grade. (C) There are 15 members on the cheerleading team. (D) The 9th and 11th grades have an equal number of members. Day 12

12. What is the value of A. -1 B. C. D. Day 13

13. A. 700 bags B. 600 bags C. 400 bags D. 800 bags Day 14 Use the bar graph to answer the question.How many bags of Crunchy Chips and Caramel Crunchers were sold?

14. Karla brought 4 1/6 gallons of ice cream. Lesley brought 8 5/7 gallons of ice cream.How much ice cream did they bring in all? A. 12 gallons B. 12 gallons C. 12 gallons D. 13 gallons Day 15

15. Lee earns \$4.00 an hour helping in a garden that is 143 feet by 95 feet. He earned \$84.00 last month. How many hours did he work? A. 21 B. 80 C. 88 D. 179 Day 16

16. A. 179 B. 276 C. 345 D. 621 Day 19 Danielle, Janet, and Sandy are members of their school’s track team. The team needs 800 points to win the district track meet. Danielle has 286 points and Janet has 335 points. How many points must Sandy score for their team to reach 800?

17. What is the perimeter of the following figure? A. 26 m B. 30 m C. 34 m D. 36 m Day 20

18. A pair of jeans is on sale for \$22. The original price was \$47. Which is the best estimate of the discount? A. B. C. D. Day 22

19. Which expression does NOT represent ? A. of 40% B. 4 out of 20 C. 50 ÷ 100 D. Day 23

20. An oil tank is full. If 125 gallons are added to the tank, it will be full. How many gallons are in the tank when it is full? A. 62 gallons B. 125 gallons C. 128 gallons D. 250 gallons Day 25

21. Jan has 66 pieces of candy, and Len has 60 pieces of candy. If Jan and Len combine their candy and share it evenly among 6 people, how many pieces of candy will each person get? A. 126 B. 120 C. 21 D. 11 Day 26

22. Kelvin needs a wrench that is larger than inch. He has wrenches with the following sizes: inch, inch, inch, and inch. Which wrench should he use? A. Inch B. Inch C. Inch D. inch Day 27

23. The circular cone below has a base with a diameter of 8 cm and height 10 cm. The volume of the cone is most nearly (A) 42 cm3 (B) 168 cm3 (C) 503 cm3 (D) 670 cm3 Day 28

24. A preschool is required to have a playground of at least 900 square feet. Which of the following would be satisfactory measurements for a playground for the school? (A) 30 feet by 32 feet (B) 27 feet by 30 feet (C) 15 feet by 40 feet (D) 10 feet by 80 feet Day 29

25. How many square feet of sod are needed to cover a 9-foot by 60-foot lawn? (A) 69 square feet (B) 138 square feet (C) 270 square feet (D) 540 square feet Day 30

26. Which is the equivalent multiplication problem for ? A. B. C. D. Day 31

27. What is the surface area of the cylinder? A. 169.56 square millimeters B. 163.28 square millimeters C. 94.2 square millimeters D. 81.6 square millimeters Day 32

28. What is the volume of the cylinder? A. 949.536 cubic meters B. 50.4 cubic meters C. 158.256 cubic meters D. 25.2 cubic meters Day 33

29. What is the volume of this figure? A. 12 cubic meters B. 64 cubic meters C. 24 cubic meters D. 32 cubic meters Day 34

30. Jorge and his family went to an amusement park over spring break. They spent \$500.00. The pie graph shows how the \$500.00 was divided over the trip. Use the pie graph to answer the question.How much money did Jorge and his family spend on a hotel? A. \$200.00 B. \$250.00 C. \$350.00 D. \$125.00 Day 35

31. Mia wanted to show how she spent her time. She made a pie graph of her typical 24 hour day. Use the pie graph to answer the question.How many hours does Mia spend at baseball practice? A. 1 hour B. 2 hours C. 3 hours D. 4 hours Day 36

32. Karla brought 4 1/6 gallons of ice cream. Lesley brought 8 5/7 gallons of ice cream.How much ice cream did they bring in all? A. 12 7/13 gallons B. 12 5/42 gallons C. 12 37/42 gallons D. 13 1/42 gallons Day 37

33. The cost of Matt and Natalie’s dinner was \$27.50. They want to leave a 20% tip. Which of the following is closest to the amount of the tip they want to leave? A. \$4.00 B. \$4.50 C. \$5.00 D. \$5.50 Day 38

34. For large parties, a restaurant adds a 15% service charge to the bill. How much would be added to a bill of \$638.40? A. \$427.68 B. \$63.84 C. \$95.76 D. \$150.00 Day 39

35. The diameter of a jar lid is 5.4cm. What is the approximate area of the top of the lid? A. 9cm2 B. 17cm2 C. 23cm2 D. 92cm2 Day 40

36. Which statement is false about all circles? A. The diameter is two times the radius B. The diameter is half the length of the radius. C. The radius connects to the center of the circle. D. The diameter includes the center of the circle. Day 41

37. Which unit of measure is MOST useful for a car’s weight? A. Ounces B. Pounds C. Grams D. tons Day 42

38. Mandy is able to clean 2 rooms per hour. If she works 6 hours per day, 5 days per week, how many rooms can she clean in 3 weeks? A. 40 B. 60 C. 120 D. 180 Day 43

39. In a model, a 10ft. car is represented by a scale model 4 in. long. If the same scale is used, how long would the scale model be for a 15 foot truck? A. 6in B. 8in C. 10in D. 12in Day 44

40. If the scale factor between two walls is 2/3 , what would the scale factor for their areas be? A. 2/3 B. 4/9 C. 8/27 D. 16/81 Day 45

41. Murphy had 5.82 pints of red paint, 7.93 pints of blue paint, 2.16 pints of orange paint, and 9.07 pints of green paint. How many pints of paint did Murphy have? A. 24.98 pints B. 23.198 pints C. 13.88 pints D. 24.88 pints Day 46

42. One rope is 3 ¾ yards and another is 6.8 yards long. What is their combined length? A. 9.55 yd. B. 10.55 yd. C. 25.5 yd. D. 10.1 yd. Day 47

43. Solve the expression 75 ÷ 3 – 8 x 2 A. 4 B. 9 C. 19 D. 34 Day 48

44. Jennifer went to the store and spent \$6.00 on school supplies and received \$4.00 back in change. How much money did she take to the store? Which equation would represent the problem? A. n-6=4 B. 4+n=6 C. n=6-4 D. n+6=4 Day 49

45. A bag of marbles contains 7 red, 12 orange, 3 blue and 6 multi-colored marbles. What is the probability of picking out a marble that isn’t orange? A. B. C. D. Day 50

46. Mark burns 51 calories when he plays volleyball for 15 minutes. At this rate, how fast is Mark burning calories? A. calories per minute B. calories per minute C. calories per minute D. calories per minute Day 51

47. What percent of these shapes are triangles? A. 0.25% B. 3% C. 12% D. 25% Day 52

48. Jon has of a dollar, Pasha has \$0.65, Marie has of a dollar, and Karen has \$0.62. Who has the smallest amount of money? Day 53 • A. Jon B. Pasha • C. Marie D. Karen

49. Julio’s car travels 69 miles on 3 gallons of gasoline. How many miles can he travel on 7 gallons of gasoline? A. 21 B. 23 C. 161 D. 207 Day 54

50. Solve, using mental math. 50% of 200 A. 40 B. 100 C. 400 D. 1,000 Day 55