# Number System Review (Grade 6)

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## Number System Review

1.

Plot the following points on the graph:

A (10, 25)

B (10, -15)

What is the distance between points A and B?

A (10, 25)

B (10, -15)

What is the distance between points A and B?

- 10 units
- 15 units
- 25 units
- 40 units

2.

Jamie needs to divide [math]3/5[/math] by [math]2/7[/math]. Which of the following is a correct method for Jamie to use to find the answer?

- [math](5 xx 7)/(3 xx 2)[/math]
- [math](3 xx 2)/(5 xx 7)[/math]
- [math](5 xx 2)/(3 xx 7)[/math]
- [math](3 xx 7)/(5 xx 2)[/math]

3.

The shaded shapes below represent fractions. Which fraction is the correct solution to the problem?

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- [math]5/4[/math]
- [math]4/5[/math]
- [math]5/9[/math]
- [math]9/5[/math]

4.

In 2012, the average rainfall for the month of May was 6.21 inches. In 2013, the average rainfall in the month of May was 4.67 inches. How much more rain was recorded in May 2012 than in May 2013?

- 1.64 inches
- 2.54 inches
- 2.46 inches
- 1.54 inches

5.

Which of the following is equal to 15 + 20?

- 3(5 + 4)
- 3(5 x 4)
- 5(3 + 4)
- 5(3 x 4)

6.

If the temperature in Minnesota drops 35 degrees Fahrenheit it will be -10 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the current temperature in Minnesota?

- 45 degrees Fahrenheit
- 25 degrees Fahrenheit
- -10 degrees Fahrenheit
- 10 degrees Fahrenheit

7.

To plot the point -(-8) on the number line below, the line would need to be extended more points to the .

- 3, right
- 3, left
- 8, right
- 8, left

8.

Plot the number 5 and its opposite on the number line below.

9.

A mini-box of chocolate-covered ants weighs 4.025 ounces. Each ant weights .05 ounces. How many chocolate-covered ants are in each box?

10.

A farmer had 75 kg of onions. He needs to pack them 15 kg per bag. How many bags will he make?

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