TCAP Success Grade 6 MATH Pre Test

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6.

Small cubes with the edge lengths of inch will be packed into the rectangular prism shown below.

How many small cubes are needed to completely fill the rectangular prism? Enter your answer in the box.

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9.

Which questions are statistical questions?

M

How tall am I?

P

Is my classmate Steve taller than me?

R

What is the difference in height between Kendall and Craig?

S

What are the heights of all the students in my class?

T

How many states have each of the 6th graders visited?

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11.

Justin recorded the temperature outside at 4:00 PM for 9 days straight.

Each day had a different recorded temperature.

The mean temperature was 88°.

The median temperature was 89°.

Based on the information, select **all** the statements that must be true.

A

More than half the recorded temperatures were 89° or higher.

B

More than half the recorded temperatures were 88° or higher.

C

There were no temperatures less than 89°.

D

There were no temperatures less than 88°.

E

At least one temperature was exactly 89°.

F

At least one temperature was exactly 88°

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13.

What is the value of 18,426 ÷ 32?

A

$576\frac{25}{32}$

B

$575\frac{13}{16}$

C

$575\frac{25}{32}$

D

$574\frac{13}{16}$

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15.

Mrs. Quinn makes bread using the proportions 5 cups of flour to 1 cup milk. Which statements about the bread mixture are true?

M

If she makes $\frac{1}{2}$ the recipe, she uses $2\frac{1}{2}$ cups flour.

P

The mixture always has 5 cups of milk for every cup of flour.

R

For every cup of flour, Mrs. Quinn uses $\frac{1}{5}$ cup of milk.

S

If she uses $\frac{4}{5}$ cup of milk, she will use 3 cups of flour.

T

If she uses $\frac{1}{4}$ cup of milk, she will use $\frac{5}{4}$ cups of flour.