1 pt
Chapter: 3
Standard: 6.NS.6a
DOK: 1

1.

What is the opposite of 71.893?

A

71.893

B

–71.893

C

39.817

D

–39.817

1 pt
Chapter: 12
Standard: 6.G.4
DOK: 2

8.

Name the solid represented by the net below. Then, find the surface area of the solid.

A

Cube; $$SA=114{\text{cm}}^{2}$$

B

Rectangular prism; $$SA=114{\text{cm}}^{2}$$

C

Cube; $$SA=130{\text{cm}}^{2}$$

D

Rectangular prism; $$SA=122{\text{cm}}^{2}$$

1 pt
Chapter: 1
Standard: 6.NS.4
DOK: 1

14.

Which pair of expressions are equivalent?

A

$$6(2\times 8)\text{and}6(90\xf715)$$

B

$$87+113\text{and}2(50\times 2)$$

C

$$6\times 14\text{and}3(4\times 8)$$

D

$$105\xf75\text{and}4(25\xf75)$$

1 pt
Chapter: 5
Standard: 6.NS.8
DOK: 3

23.

Each of the sides of the squares on the coordinate grid below represent $$7$$ inches. What is the distance between points $$R$$ and $$S$$?

A

$$8$$ in

B

$$15$$ in

C

$$56$$ in

D

$$64$$ in

1 pt
Chapter: 8
Standard: 6.EE.2a
DOK: 2

28.

"$$6$$ times a number of candies, $$x$$, less $$7$$" is equal to the total number of candies left in the bag after Joseph ate some. This expression can be written as

A

$$6+x-7$$.

B

$$6x-7$$.

C

$$-x+7$$.

D

$$6x\times 7$$.