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6.NS Standards(T1)Arrange the numbers in order from least to greatest: 0, –3, 4, 0.5, –9, 1, –2.5, .390906066040xyCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesABCDEFGxyCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesCourse Planning Timeline for Combined 6th/7th Grade & Combined 7th/8th Grade CoursesABCDEFG(T1)Use the graph at right to answer the questions.a.Name the point located at .b.What are the coordinates of point A?c.Which point has an x-coordinate of –2 and a y-coordinate of 2?d.What are the coordinates of point E?(T1)Point R has coordinates (5, 2). Name two points that are a distance of eight units away from point R.(T1)Seven students recorded their ages and the number of years they have lived in California. The information is recorded in the graph below.a.How old is student D and how many years did she live in California?b.Which students have lived in California their whole lives? How do you know?c.Which student has never lived in California? How do you know?d.Which student must have been graphed incorrectly and how do you know?e.Which students are the same age? How old are they?f.Which students lived for two years somewhere other than California and how do you know?(T1)Calculate the following values.a. b. (T1)Mr. Jones feeds his big cat of a can of cat food and he feeds his small cat half that amount. a.How much of a can of cat food does he feed his small cat?b.How much of a can of cat food does he feed both cats together?(T1)Simplify.a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. (T1)The two spinners below are incomplete. What fraction is missing in each spinner?628650198755?00?a. 517525196215?00?b.(T2)Calculate: a.–12 + (–3) =b.–5 + 11 = c.–7 + (–4) =d.24 + (–3) =e.–16 + (–4) =(T2)For each of the following, find the number that would make the equation true.a.b. (T1)Complete the table by writing the two missing forms of each number.FractionDecimalPercent 0.0115% 534.3%54.3%0.0040.4(T1)Add, subtract or multiply as indicated. NO calculators!a.8.173 – 8.008b.2.8 + 200.007c.1.072 + 98.928d.23.985 – 23.984e. f. 6.RP Standards(T1)A music player is regularly $140 but it is on sale for 20% off the price.a.What is the sale price of the music player?b.After the discount, a 5% tax is added to the sale price. What is the tax?c.What is the total cost of the music player after the discount and the tax?(T2)Solve: a.24 is what percent of 60?b.20% of what number is 24?c.19% of 60 is what number? (T1)A shade of purple paint is made by mixing 8 parts red paint with 12 parts blue paint. What percent of the paint is red? (T2)Find the rates for each of the following situations. Show your work on each part.a.Jennifer babysat for 7 hours and earned $52.50. What is her hourly rate of pay? b.Zeke drove 346 miles in 8 hours. What is his average rate of speed (mph)?c.Will bought 14 feet of rope for $ 10.50. What does the rope cost, per foot?6.G Standards3868737590559 inches6 inches12 inches9 inches6 inches12 inches(T1)A rectangular solid is shown at right.a.What is the total surface area of all six faces?b.What is the volume? 316230016954512 cm8 cm15 cm4 cm16 cm5 cm12 cm8 cm15 cm4 cm16 cm5 cm(T1)Calculate the area of the figure at right. All sides are either vertical or horizontal. 34563051581151.3 in.1.2 in.0.5 in.1.0 in.0.75 in.0.98 in.1.3 in.1.2 in.0.5 in.1.0 in.0.75 in.0.98 in.(T1)Find the perimeter of each of the polygons shown here.8172451244605.7 ft3.65 ft5 ft3.3 ft2.6 ft5.7 ft3.65 ft5 ft3.3 ft2.6 fta.b.(T1)Calculate the area of each shape. Show your work.3714750844552 cm2 cm7 cm15 cm2 cm2 cm7 cm15 cm8699503365510 in.24 in.26 in.10 in.24 in.26 in.1633855277495a.b.16516351422406 m6 m5 m6 m6 m5 mc.Rhombus191991245790193612268808 6.EE Standards(T1)Use the Order of Operations to simplify.a. b. c. d. (T2)A rectangle has a length of 12 and an unknown width x. Write an expression for:a.The perimeter of the rectangle.b.The area of the rectangle.(T2)Sandra works at a flower store. The store charges $1.60 for each rose and $1.15 for each carnation. Write a numerical or variable expression for each of the following:a.The cost of y roses.b.The cost of 12 carnations.c.The cost of m roses and f carnations. (T2)Write a variable expression represented by each picture or quantity shown below.109156517145092m122m0092m122m3724275171450nnnx500nnnx5a.b.4768215102235aa +5a + 200aa +5a + 21091565121920ee45e00ee45ec.d.Perimeter of the triangle:(T2)Evaluate each expression for x?=?3 and y?=?–2.a.x + yb.x(x + y)cy(x + y)(T2)If the large square represents , the rectangle represents x, and the small square represents 1, fill in each blank to make the statement true.50546094615+00+a.= 48641046355+00+b. c.397510-12700+00+3175000123761502 2 2124 5 6 8 930 1 3 4 5 8 8 8 941 2 3 3 3 3 5 6 7 7 952 4 4 6 8 9 9002 2 2124 5 6 8 930 1 3 4 5 8 8 8 941 2 3 3 3 3 5 6 7 7 952 4 4 6 8 9 9 6.SP Standards(T3)The stem and leaf plot at right shows the number of customers at the Burger Barn every day for the last 36 days.a.What is the median number of customers?4846320369570Key:2|4 = 2400Key:2|4 = 24b.What are the minimum and maximum numbers of customers?c.What is the range of the number of customers?(T3)Nikole took a survey of her friends to find out how much time they spend on their homework every day. Her results are shown below.0 hours – 3 people1 hour – 4 people2 hours – 5 people3 hours – 1 persona.What is the median number of hours spent on homework?b.What is the mean number of hours spent on homework?(T3)Trish collected the following information about inches of snowfall in her town: 104076597155JanFebMarAprMaySnowfall (inches) in Mt. Shasta, CA29.916.416.68.30.800JanFebMarAprMaySnowfall (inches) in Mt. Shasta, CA29.916.416.68.30.8a.What is the mean snowfall for the months of February and March? b.What is the mean snowfall for all 5 months on the graph?c.If June has 0 inches of snow, explain how to find the new mean for all six months. Find the new mean.d.What is the median snowfall for the five months shown in the graph? Accelerated 7th Grade Pre-Assessment Answers1.–9, –3, –2.5, 0, , 0.5, 1, 42.a: Db: (–1, –2)c: Cd: (1, –3)3.(5, 10), (5, –6), (13, 2), and (–3, 2) are points that work.4.a: Student D is 10 years old and has lived in CA for 5 years,b: Students B and C because their ages are the same as their number years in CA. c: Student G; time in CA is 0 years.d: Student A cannot have lived in CA for 3 years and yet be 0 years old.e: Students D and E are both 10 years old.f: Students E and F both have points that indicate they are 2 years more in age than the number of years in CA.5.a: b: 6.a: canb: can7.a: b: c: d: 5e: f: g: h: 2i: 8.a: b: 9.a: –15b: 6c: –11d: 21e: –2010.a: –19b: –30318135116840FractionDecimalPercent 0.5151% 0.011% 0.1515%22.15215%5.343534.3%0.54354.3%0.0040.4%0.440%00FractionDecimalPercent 0.5151% 0.011% 0.1515%22.15215%5.343534.3%0.54354.3%0.0040.4%0.440%11.12.a: 0.165b: 202.807c: 100d: 0.001e: 0.135f: 21.001213.a: $112b: $5.60c: $117.60 14.a: 40%b: 120c: 11.415.40%16.a: $7.50b: 43.25 mphc: $0.75 per foot17.a: 468 sq. inchesb: 648 cu. inches18.224 sq. cm19.a: 20.25 feetb: 5.73 inches20.a: 120 sq. inchesb: 135 sq. cmc: 30 sq. m21.a: 37b: 7c: 10d: 722.a: 2x + 24b: 12x23.a: $1.6yb: 12(1.15) or $13.80c: $1.6m + $1.15f24.a: 4m + 21b: 3n + x + 5c: 3e + 9d: 3a + 725.a: 1b: 3c: –226.a: b: c: 2x?+?127.a: 41b: min = 2, max = 59c: 5728.a: 1 hourb: hours29.a: 16.5 in.b: 14.4 in.c: Divide sum of 72 inches by six months, resulting in a mean of 12 inches/month. d: 16.4 in. ................
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