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PARCC Math Practice – Non-Calculator (Grade 6)

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PARCC Math Practice – Non-Calculator

1. 
These five rational numbers are plotted on a horizontal number line.

[math]1/2, -2.5, 4/5, 1.5, -5/4[/math]

Number Line -5 to 5

List the correct order on the number line from least to greatest.





2. 
Small cubes with edge lengths of [math]3/4[/math] inch will be packed into a right rectangular prism with side lengths of [math]1 1/2[/math]inches, [math]3 3/4[/math]inches, and [math]4 1/2[/math] inches.

One Cube = [math]3/4 [/math] inch per side
Cuboid
How many small cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism?

Enter your answer in the space.





3. 
Enter your answer in the space.

[math]12.19 -: 0.53 = [/math]





4. 
The base of a rectangular storage locker has an area of [math]8 1/6[/math] square yards. The width of the storage locker is [math]2 1/3[/math] yards. What is the length, in yards, of the storage locker?

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





5. 
Erin earns the scores shown below for five Spanish quizzes.

[math]88, 100, 72, 91, 89[/math]

After she takes a sixth Spanish quiz, Erin's new quiz mean is 89.

Write whether each statement is TRUE, FALSE, or if there is NOT ENOUGH INFORMATION.

Before taking the sixth quiz, Erin's median quiz score was 89.                                               

Erin earned a score of 82 on her sixth quiz.                                               

Erin's mean quiz score decreased by 1 point after her sixth quiz.                                               
6. 
Select each expression that is equivalent to [math]5(p + 8)[/math].

Select ALL that apply.
  1. [math]5p + 8[/math]
  2. [math]5p + 40[/math]
  3. [math]4(p + 8) + (p + 8)[/math]
  4. [math]3p + 5 + 2p + 3[/math]
  5. [math]p + p+p+p+p+8[/math]
7. 
Solve. Enter your answer in the space provided.

[math]25.67 xx 7.3 = [/math]





8. 
It costs a jewelry maker 5 cents for each bead she uses to make a bracelet. It also cost 25 cents for the wire for the bracelet.

Write an expression that represents the amount of money it costs the jewelry maker to make a bracelet with [math]b[/math] beads and a wire.

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





9. 
Select each question that represents a statistical question.

Select ALL that apply.
  1. How many days are in the month of May?
  2. What grade did you earn on your math test?
  3. What time do sixth students arrive at school?
  4. What percentage of students play an instrument?
  5. What was the average math test grade for the class?
10. 
Davis has [math]12 1/2[/math] pounds of potting soil. He places all of the soil into plant pots. He puts [math]1 1/4[/math] pounds of soil in each pot.

How many plant pots does Davis fill with soil?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





11. 
A point is plotted on the coordinate plane.
Graph 10X10 Quadrant 1 (7, 3)
The point is reflect across the y-axis.

What are the coordinates of the reflected point?

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





12. 
What is the least common multiple of 4 and 6?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





13. 
An expression is shown.

[math]5*5*5*5[/math]

What is the expression written in exponential form?

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





14. 
The table shows the number of minutes, by subject, that Julia spent doing homework on Tuesday.

Homework
SubjectMinutes
English14
Math20
Science28
History12

Which ratio statement is true for the table?
  1. For every 3 minutes of math homework, Julia did 5 minutes of history homework.
  2. For every 5 minutes of math homework, Julia did 3 minutes of history homework.
  3. For every 1 minute of English homework, Julia did 4 minutes of science homework.
  4. For every 4 minutes of English homework, Julia did 1 minute of science homework.
15. 
Plot the point on the number line located at [math]-(-2)[/math].
Number Line -5 to 5





16. 
Enter your answer in the space provided.

[math]29,638-:73=[/math]





17. 
What is the sum of [math]82.948 + 9.17[/math]?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





18. 
For a spacecraft to be launched from Earth into orbit, it must move faster than 25,000 miles per hour. Write an inequality to represent [math]v[/math], the velocity, in miles per hour, of a spacecraft launching into orbit.

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





19. 
The values shown represent the location of two points on a coordinate grid.

Point A: [math](-4,-7)[/math]
Point B: [math](-4,8)[/math]

In this coordinate grid, the distance between each line is 1 unit. What is the distance, in units, between Point A and Point B?

You can use the coordinate grid to help you find the answer by plotting the two points. Be sure to enter your final answer in the space provided.
Graph Numbered through 10





20. 
Christina earned $42.68. She plans to donate $25.00 to a local animal shelter and then use the remaining money to download some new music. Each song costs $1.29.

What is the maximum number of songs Christina can buy?

Enter your answer in the space provided.





21. 
The data shows the distance, in kilometers, 15 people ran.

[math]8, 5, 3, 6, 9, 0, 6, 4, 8, 3, 5, 0, 9, 6, 2[/math]

Which line plot shows the data?
  1. Line Plot 4
  2. Line Plot 3
  3. Line Plot 1
  4. Line Plot 2

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