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PARCC Math Practice – Calculator (Grade 6)

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PARCC Math Practice – Calculator

1. 
Ethan bought a 6 pound bag of dog food for $12.84.
A. 
Which equation can be used to determine the price, [math]p[/math], in dollars, for 1 pound of dog food?
  1. [math]p-:12.84=6[/math]
  2. [math]p-:6= 12.84[/math]
  3. [math]p xx 12.84 = 6[/math]
  4. [math]p xx 6 = 12.84[/math]
B. 
What is the price, in dollars, of 1 pound of dog food?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





2. 
The ratio of the number of pairs of boots sold to the number of pairs of sneakers sold is a fixed number at a shoe store. The table shows the number of pairs of sneakers sold for 3 pairs of boots.

Fill in the missing values for the table.

Pairs of Shoes Sold
BootsSneakers
35
100
45






3. 
A customer service call center answered 1,926 calls in 3 hours.
A. 
How many calls per hour did the call center answer?





B. 
The call center answers 3,210 more calls. The calls continue to be answered at the same rate.

How many hours will it take the call center to answer the 3,210 calls?





C. 
The call center has 107 employees answering the 1,926 calls during the 3 hours. The employees answer the calls at the same rate.

How many calls per hour did each employee answer?





D. 
Each employee continues to answer the same number of calls per hour.

How many of the 3,210 calls will each of the 107 employees answer?





4. 
A farm stand sells fruits and vegetables. The first table shows the types of fruits sold and the amounts of money collected from fruit sales in one day. The second table shows the types of vegetables sold and the amounts of money collected from vegetable sales in the same day.

Fruit Sales
FruitNumber SoldDollars Collected
Apples75$30.00
Pears49$19.60
Oranges68$27.20


Vegetables Sales
VegetableNumber SoldDollars Collected
Potatoes95$71.25
Onions35$26.25
Cucumbers54$40.50
A. 
If each vegetable costs the same price, what is the cost per vegetable?

Write your answer in the space provided.





B. 
Write an equation that can be used to find [math]y[/math], the amount of money collected for selling [math]x[/math] fruits.

Enter your equation in the space provided. Enter ONLY your equation.





5. 
Which expressions represent "the sum of 2.5 and [math]t[/math]"?

Select ALL that apply
  1. [math]2.5t[/math]
  2. [math]2.5 + t[/math]
  3. [math]t-:2.5[/math]
  4. [math]t + t +1/2t[/math]
  5. [math]t + 2.5[/math]
6. 
An eagle flew 84 miles in 3 hours.
A. 
What is the eagle's average speed in miles per hour?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





B. 
At the same rate, how many hours will it take the eagle to fly 196 miles?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





7. 
Coordinate grids A and B both have a rectangle drawn on it. The boxes on each grid equal one unit square.

Grid A: 2x6 Q1 Vertical

Grid B: 1x3 Q1 Horizontal
A. 
What is the area, in square units, of the rectangle in Grid A?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





B. 
The area of the rectangle in Grid B is what fraction of the area of the rectangle in Grid A?

Enter your fraction in the space provided.





8. 
Kendra bikes 2 kilometers in 10 minutes. She bikes at the same rate during that time.

Select the sentence that is correct.
  1. Kendra bikes 2 meters per minute.
  2. Kendra bikes 20 meters per minute.
  3. Kendra bikes 200 meters per minute.
  4. Kendra bikes 2,000 meters per minutes.
9. 
This right rectangular prism is built with small cubes. The dimensions, in inches, of the prism are shown.

Width [math]= 1 [/math] inch

Length [math]= 5/4[/math] inch

Height [math]= 3/4[/math] inch
Cube Units 3
A. 
What is the volume, in cubic inch(es), of the right rectangular prism.

Enter your answer in the space provided. Enter ONLY your fraction.





B. 
What is the volume, in cubic inch(es), of 1 of the small cubes?

Enter your answer in the space provided. Enter ONLY your fraction.





10. 
Emmett collects sports cards. The table shows the number of cards and percentage of his total cards by sport.

Card Collection
SportCardsPercentage
Soccer7224%
Hockey6020%
Baseball3612%
Football?44%


How many total cards are in Emmett's sport card collection?





11. 
What is the value of [math]p^2 - 2qr +3s[/math], when [math]p = 9, q=5, r=4,[/math] and [math]s=2[/math]?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





12. 
This is a net of a three-dimensional figure.
Pyramid Net - Small
A. 
Which three-dimensional figure can be made using the net?
  1. square prism
  2. triangular prism
  3. square pyramid
  4. triangular pyramid
B. 
Which statement is correct about the surface area of the three-dimensional figure that can be made from the net?
  1. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles plus the area of the square.
  2. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles times the area of the square.
  3. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles minus the area of the square.
  4. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles divided by the area of the square.
13. 
Mr. Higgin's surveyed his class of students. He recorded the number of books that each student read over the school year. The line plot shows the results of that survey.
Line Plot 4
A. 
How many students did Mr. Higgin's survey?

Enter your answer in the space provided.






B. 
Which TWO statements are true for the survey results?
  1. [math]2/3[/math] of the students read more than 5 books.
  2. [math]2/3[/math] of the students read fewer than 7 books.
  3. If the point above the 10 was deleted from the data set, the median would decrease by 1.
  4. If the point above the 10 was deleted from the data set, the median would increase by 1.
  5. If the point above the 10 was deleted from the data set, the median would not change.

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