Grade 6: Mathematics Paper 1 Date December 8, 2020 Enter email to receive quiz results: 1. What is 2915 + 86 + 106 + 8 ?A. 3215B. 3115C. 3015D. 3095 2. What is the value of the underlined digit in 345?A. 5000B. 500C. 50D. 5 3. What is 0.975 ÷ 5 ?A. 0.111B. 0.115C. 0.191D. 0.195 4. Which digit in the number 3912 has the greatest value?A. 9B. 3C. 2D. 1 5. What is 0.04 x 0.22?A. 0.0016B. 0.0056C. 0.0088D. 0.0808 6. Which represents ninety thousand and five dollars?A. $905.00B. $9005.00C. $90005.00D. $900005.00 7. What is ^{32}/_{10} expressed as a decimal?A. 0.032B. 0.32C. 3.02D. 3.2 8. What is 0.488 ÷ 0.8?A. 0.61B. 0.11C. 0.061D. 0.011 9. What is the value of 1 ^{3}/_{4} + 4 ^{1}/_{8} ?A. 5 ^{4}/_{12}B. 5 ^{7}/_{8}C. 5^{ 4}/_{8}D. 5 ^{3}/_{8} 10. Which set has only improper fractions?A. 3/4 , 5/4 , 6/8 , 9/5B. 7/10 , 3/4, 5/7, 2/5C. 2/3, 3/2 , 3/4 , 3/5D. 5/3 , 3/2 , 7/5 , 9/8 11. What set shows only prime factors of 42?A. [2, 3, 4]B. [2, 6, 7]C. [2, 3, 7]D. [2, 3, 14] 12. In the number 614.285, which digit is in the hundredth place?A. 4B. 5C. 6D. 8 13. What is the value of CMXLIV?A. 944B. 966C. 1144D. 1166 14. What is 16 421 042 in words?A. One million six hundred and forty two thousand one hundred and forty two.B. Sixteen million forty two thousand one hundred and forty twoC. Six million six hundred and forty two thousand one hundred and forty twoD. Sixteen million four hundred and twenty one thousand and forty two 15. Which group is arranged in order from largest to smallest?A. 0.600, 0.0250, 0.125, 0.002B. 0.250, 0.125, 0.600, 0.002C. 0.600, 0.002, 0.125, 0.250D. 0.125, 0.250, 0.002, 0.600 16. What is 36 written as a product of primes in exponential form?A. 2^{3} x 3^{1}B. 2^{2} x 3^{2}C. 2^{2} x 3^{3}D. 2^{1} x 3^{3} 17. A student scored 45 out of 50 on a Mathematics test. What is the student’s score expressed as percentage?A. 5%B. 10%C. 90%D. 95% 18. What is 5 ^{2}/_{3} rounded to the nearest whole number?A. 10B. 6C. 5D. 4 19. Which of the following represents 2^{4}?A. 2 x 4B. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2C. 2 x 2 x 2 x 2D. 4 + 4 20. Which of the following is the same as 2 ^{1}/10 x ^{3}/10A. 2.1 x 0.3B. 2.01 x 0.3C. 2.1 x 0.03D. 2.01 x 0.03 21. What is 1492 written in expanded form?A. 14000 + 90 + 2B. 14000 + 92C. 1000 + 40 + 90 + 2D. 1000 + 400 + 90 + 2 22. Which number is next in the series ? 16, 25, 36, 49, ___A. 64B. 56C. 48D. 32 23. Set A = (0,1,2,3,4..) What type of numbers are the members of Set A?A. counting numbersB. whole numbersC. prime numbersD. even numbers 24. Which of the following would give the percentage of the shaded part of the whole? A. 2/5 x 1/1B. 2/3 x 100/1C. 3/5 x 100/1D. 3/2 x 1/1 25. Mother bought 3 dozen oranges. Which shows how many oranges she bought?A. 12 + 3B. 12 ÷ 3C. 12 x 3D. 12 – 3 26. Which represents the greatest number?A. 8 thousands , 3 hundreds, 3 tens, 4 onesB. 8 thousands , 2 hundreds, 3 tens, 4 onesC. 8 thousands , 3 hundreds, 3 tens, 2 onesD. 8 thousands , 3 hundreds, 2 tens, 4 ones 27. What is 85-37 rounded to the nearest ten?A. 30B. 40C. 50D. 60 28. What type of numbers are 3, 7, 17, 19 ?A. compositeB. evenC. oddD. prime 29. What number must be added to the product of 25 and 10 to make 420?A. 170B. 230C. 385D. 455 30. What is 2 ^{4}/5 + 1 ^{2}/3 + ^{4}/6?A. 5 2/15B. 5 3/5C. 3 5/7D. 4 1/30 31. What is the L.C.M. of 8, 3, and 6?A. 48B. 24C. 18D. 4 32. If 0.8 is squared, what is the result?A. 64B. 6.4C. 0.64D. 0.016 33. What is 746 written in exponential form?A. 7 x 10^{2} + 4 x 10^{1} + 6 x 10^{1}B. 7 x 10^{2} + 4 x 10^{0} + 6 x 10^{1}C. 7 x 10^{2} + 4 x 10^{2} + 6 x 10^{0}D. 7 x 10^{2} + 4 x 10^{1} + 6 x 10^{0} 34. Which shows the number with 8 in tenths place, 5 in thousandths place, 3 in ones place and 9 in hundredths place ?A. 3.985B. 3.895C. 3.859D. 3.589 35. Which shows a pair of equivalent fractions?A. ^{6}/10 , ^{16}/100B. ^{8}/10 ,^{ 80}/1000C. ^{9}/10 , ^{90}/100D. ^{16}/100, ^{16}/1000 36. Which of these describes a score?A. a set of twelve thingsB. a set of twenty thingsC. a set of one hundred thingsD. a set of one hundred and forty-four things 37. Which of the following describes the base of a pentagonal pyramid?A. 4 sidesB. 5 sidesC. 6 sidesD. 8 sides 38. Identify the radius in this circle. A. P QB. Q SC. O RD. S R 39. If all angles in a triangle are the same size, what type of triangle is it ?A. rightB. scaleneC. isoscelesD. equilateral 40. What is the size of angle D? A. 2 x 70°B. 70° + 40°C. 70° – 40°D. 180 – 40° 41. The figure below represents a solid. How many vertices does it have? A. 6B. 8C. 10D. 12 42. Which of the triangular figures shown below are congruent? A. I and IIB. I and IIIC. I and IVD. III and IV 43. Which of these is a measurement for an obtuse angle?A. 72ºB. 90ºC. 110ºD. 180º 44. What is the perimeter of this figure? A. 32mB. 28mC. 42mD. 36m 45. Which would give the diameter of a circle whose radius is 4.7 cm ?A. 4.7 x 2B. 4.7 ÷ 2C. 4.7 – 2D. 4.7 + 2 46. 263 + 144 + 89 = 496, What does 496 represent?A. the dividendB. the multipleC. the differenceD. the sum 47. If 16x = 96, what is x ?A. 6B. 12C. 36D. 112 48. What is the measurement of the angle marked x ? A. 64ºB. 96ºC. 126ºD. 90º 49. Which figure shows an angle that measures 180º? A. AB. BC. CD. D 50. Which figure shows a vertical line ? A. B. C. D. 51. Which of these figures could be made into two equal triangles? A. AB. BC. CD. D 52. Which of the following is the correct formula for finding the area of a triangle?A. A = length x widthB. A = base x heightC. A = 1/2 base x heightD. A = height x sides 53. Use the graph to answer items 53-55. How many pupils attended on Wednesday? A. 48B. 45C. 42D. 40 54. How many pupils attended altogether for the week ?A. 210B. 225C. 220D. 240 55. What was the average daily attendance?A. 20B. 21C. 40D. 44 56. The circle graph represents the books in a school library . Use the graph to answer items 56-58. How many books are in the library?A. 280B. 330C. 450D. 500 57. The circle graph represents the books in a school library . What percentage of the total number of books are Math books?A. 80%B. 50%C. 24%D. 48% 58. The circle graph represents the books in a school library . If I loaned 20% of the novels, how many novels were loaned?A. 10B. 50C. 25D. 100 59. Which of the following would you use to measure a large container of milk?A. litresB. metresC. millimetresD. grams 60. Y + 8 = 36. Which shows how to find Y?A. Y = 36 + 8B. Y = 36 ÷ 8C. Y = 36 – 8D. Y = 36 x 8 61. What is 12 ½ % of 64.A. 160B. 64C. 8D. 80 62. 2y + 8 = 60. What is the value of y?A. 10B. 68C. 52D. 26 63. 3/8 of my money is $ 36. How much money do I have?A. $108B. $36.80C. $288D. $96 64. If M ÷ 2 = 10. What is M?A. 20B. 12C. 5D. 2 65. If 6 less than 5 times a number x is 64, which statement is true?A. 6 – 5 = 64B. 6 – 5x = 64C. 6 + 5x =64D. 5x – 6 = 64 66. Which of the following diagrams best represents a pyramid? A. AB. BC. CD. D 67. What is the value of 5a + 6b + 7c, When a = 2, b = 3, and c = 5A. 10B. 28C. 53D. 63 68. What is the value of the angle marked x in the pie chart below? A. 25ºB. 90ºC. 155ºD. 205º 69. Use the following below to answer the questions 69-71. How many sixes were tossed during the game?A. 6B. 10C. 15D. 16 70. What is the mean?A. 4B. 10C. 15D. 16 71. If the game is won by the person tossing the most sixes, who won the game?A. JohnB. SusanC. CarlaD. Pam 72. The bar graph shows the production of potatoes over a period of five months. Use it to answer items 72 and 73. In which two months was the same amount of potatoes produced?A. January and FebruaryB. March and AprilC. February and MayD. January and May 73. It is true to say that the amount of potatoes produced _____-.A. was the same each monthB. was different each monthC. showed the highest increase in FebruaryD. showed the highest increase in Mayl 74. A bag contains 4 red beans and 3 blue beans. What would be a fair chance of taking a red bean from the bag on the first try?A. 4/3B. 3/4C. 3/7D. 4/7 75. Use the set of numbers to answer items 75 to 77. [ 2, 4, 9, 4, 16 ] What is the mean of the set of numbers?A. 9B. 7C. 4D. 2 76. What is the median of the set of numbers?A. 35B. 9C. 7D. 4 77. What is the mode in the set of numbers ?A. 16B. 9C. 4D. 2 78. The bar graph shows fourth and fifth grade students’ favourite subjects. Use the information to answer items 78 to 80. Which two subjects are equally liked by the fourth grade students?A. Maths and EnglishB. Reading and Social StudiesC. Reading and MathsD. Maths and Social Studies 79. How many fifth grade students like Social Studies?A. 70B. 60C. 50D. 40 80. 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