1 pt
Standard: 6.SP.3
DOK: 2

19.

A teacher asked her students to find different ways to measure the width of their classroom. Some used their feet, some used a ruler, some used string and then measured the string, and so on. The results of their measures are shown on the line plot below. Find the number of students who participated and the range of the measures of the room.

A

Number of students = 24; Range = 24

B

Number of students = 23; Range = 14

C

Number of students = 24; Range = 14

D

Number of students = 22; Range = 24

1 pt
Standard: 6.EE.1
DOK: 1

25.

${14}^{0}=$ _____

A

0

B

1

C

14

D

140

1 pt
Standard: 6.RP.4
DOK: 2

29.

Forty percent of the bananas displayed at the grocery store are too green to eat yet. If 80 of the bananas are too green to eat yet, how many bananas are displayed in all?

A

200

B

240

C

160

D

320

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

33.

Elaine has made 4 stuffed animals, and Gretchen has made 3 stuffed animals for the children they babysit. Which inequality expressed on the number lines below shows how many more stuffed animals Gretchen needs to make to equal or have made more than Elaine?

A

B

C

D

1 pt
Standard: 6.RP.2
DOK: 3

36.

Matthew is making nachos. For every 1 ounce of chicken, he uses 3 ounces of tortilla chips, 2 ounces of shredded cheese, and 4 ounces of a mixture of tomatoes, onions, and peppers. He makes a total of 30 ounces of nachos for his family for dinner. How many ounces of shredded cheese does he use?

A

5

B

3

C

6

D

2