Grade 6: Mathematics Paper 3 Date December 8, 2020 Enter email to receive quiz results: 1. What is 23.6 x 1.4 ? A. 21.84B. 330.4C. 33.04D. 23.04 2. 36.12 ÷ 0.6 =A. 0.062B. 0.62C. 6.02D. 60.2 3. What does 5^{ 1}/_{4} divided by 2 ^{4}/_{5} equal?A. 1 ^{7}/_{8}B. 8 ^{1}/_{20}C. 14 ^{7}/_{10}D. 2 ^{9}/_{20} 4. 1645 +572 +214 + 6 =A. 2327B. 2437C. 15505D. 14405 5. 150% equalsA. 0.15B. 1.5C. 15D. 150 6. Which of the following fractions is the largest? A. ^{2}/_{3}B. ^{3}/_{4}C. ^{1}/_{2}D. ^{3}/_{8} 7. What is the median of the following set of numbers? 5, 3, 9, 2, 6A. 2B. 3C. 5D. 9 8. If S = {3, 7, 2, 4, 2 } which of the following statements is true?A. 2 is the modeB. 2 is the medianC. 2 is the rangeD. 2 is the mean 9. Which of the following terms best describes an angle whose measurement is 115 ^{0}?A. acute angleB. obtuse angleC. straight angleD. reflex angle 10. In which of the following numbers does 3 represent 3 tenths?A. 4230.62B. 58.63C. 47.32D. 37.02 11. If $64 is divided in the ratio 1: 3, what is the smallest amount?A. $6B. $4C. $12D. $16 12. Peter has $12 and Paul has $7. Albert has twice as much money as Peter and Paul together. How much money does Albert have?A. $14B. $19C. $24D. $38 13. Use the Venn diagram below to answer questions 13 and 14. {3, 4} represents A. G ∩ HB. G ∪ H C. GD. H 14. Which of the following statements is true ?A. G and H are not intersecting setsB. G is a subset of HC. H ={1, 2, 3, 4}D. 3 is an element of both sets G and H 15. If x = 3 then x ^{3} isA. 3B. 6C. 9D. 27 16. If ^{6}/_{ 8} + ^{2}/_{6} is equivalent toA. ^{2}/_{8}B. ^{8}/_{14}C. ^{8}/_{48}D. ^{52}/_{48} 17. Which of the following can be used to find the area of a circle? A. 2 rB. r^{2}C. 2 r ^{2}D. d 18. For the diagram below the area equals A. 22 cm ^{2}B. 28 cm^{2}C. 14 cm^{2}D. 120 cm^{2} 19. Given that K = {1, 2, 3,4 } and L = {2, 3, 5} then K L ={2, 3}, which of the following symbols when placed in makes the statement true? A. UB. ∩C. ⊂D. = 20. If T = {5, 6, 7} and S ={ a, b, c } which of the following terms best describes the relationship between set T and set S ?A. equalB. equivalentC. subsetD. intersecting 21. In the diagram below, the term that best describes the relationship between set P and set Q is A. unionB. subsetC. intersectingD. disjoint 22. Which of the following diagrams best represents a pyramid? A. AB. BC. CD. D 23. Which of the following terms best describes the angle below? A. straight angleB. reflex angleC. acute angleD. obtuse 24. Use the diagram below to answer questions 24-26 . What is the mean of the scores?A. 16B. 8C. 4D. 2 25. Which groups have the modal score?A. L and M B. L and NC. M and ND. M and P 26. What is the product of the scores made by groups L, M and N?A. 18B. 24C. 72D. 12 27. 0.46 written in expanded form isA. 4 x^{ 1}/_{10} +6 x^{ 1}/_{100}B. 4 x 10 +6 x 1C. 4 x 1 + 6 x ^{ 1}/_{10}D. 4 x ^{ 1}/_{100}+6 x ^{ 1}/_{10} 28. What is 0.4 expressed as a percentage?A. 4 %B. 40%C. 60%D. 96% 29. The value of 5 in twenty five thousand and sixty minus the value of 4 in five thousand and forty isA. 22 000B. 20 020C. 5960D. 4960 30. Which of these numbers is closest to 50 on the number line ?A. 48.5B. 49.7C. 50.9D. 51 31. What fraction does the shaded region in the diagram below represent? A. ^{5}/_{8}B. ^{8}/_{5}C. ^{13}/_{8}D. ^{8}/_{13} 32. Use the diagram below to answer questions 32-34 . What is the total number of apples sold?A. 17B. 6C. 60D. 170 33. On which day was the least number of apples sold? A. MondayB. TuesdayC. WednesdayD. Thursday 34. How many more apples were sold on Wednesday than on Tuesday?A. 8B. 4C. 40D. 80 35. Paul had three sacks, one weighing 4 kg, another 3 kg and the other weighing 5 kg. What is the total wight of the sacks in grams?A. 12 gB. 120 gC. 1200gD. 12 000g 36. A storekeeper bought 34 boxes of pencils each containing 26 pencils. How many pencils did he buy in all?A. 56B. 60C. 272D. 884 37. What is 15 % of 0.3?A. 0.045B. 0.45C. 4.5D. 45 38. In which of the following figures is figure X rotated into figure Y ? A. AB. BC. CD. D 39. Four boys had $116 to share equally among themselves. How much money did each person receive?A. $44B. $40C. $29D. $14 40. What is the area of the shape below? A. 12 cmB. 8 cmC. 12 cm ^{2}D. 8 cm ^{2} 41. What is the measurement of one of the angles in an equilateral triangle?A. 60^{0}B. 90^{0}C. 180^{0}D. 36^{0} 42. How many rectangular faces does the following solid have? A. 2B. 3C. 4D. 5 43. In the diagram below, what is the measurement of angle t? A. 90^{0}B. 60^{0}C. 65^{0}D. 45^{0} 44. What is the area of the triangle below if its area is^{ 1}/_{3} the area of the rectangle? A. 72 cm ^{2}B. 12 cm^{2}C. 6 cm^{2}D. 8 cm ^{2} 45. Which of the following statements is true?A. A scalene triangle has all its side equal.B. One of the angles in an equilateral triangle measures 90^{0}.C. All the interior angles in any triangle add up to 180^{0}. . D. The acute angled triangle has one angle greater than 90^{0}.. 46. Which of the following numbers is the largest?A. ^{5}/_{10}B. 16%C. 0.48D. 0.7 47. The length of side of a cube is 3 cm. What is its volume?A. 9 cm ^{2}B. 27 cm^{2}C. 9 cm ^{3}D. 27 cm^{3} 48. What is the difference between the areas of the following shapes? A. 8 cm ^{2}B. 20 cm^{2}C. 44 cm^{2}D. 56 cm^{2} 49. The reciprocal of 0.25 isA. 0.0625B. 0.75C. 4D. 25 50. Name the triangle below. A. equilateral triangleB. acute angled triangleC. obtuse angled triangleD. scalene triangle 51. Which of the following lines measures approximately ^{1}/_{10} of a metre ? A. AB. BC. CD. D 52. What name can be given to the figures below? A. quadrilateralsB. pentagonsC. hexagonsD. triangles 53. Which of the following polygons has the smallest number of sides?A. pentagonB. hexagonC. quadrilateralD. heptagon 54. represents A. a lineB. a rayC. a line segmentD. a factor 55. 28 6 √168 What does 168 represent?A. the quotientB. the productC. the divisorD. the dividend 56. Which of the following equals 400? A. 4 x 10B. 4 x 10 ^{2}C. 4 x 10 ^{3}D. 4 x 10^{4} 57. What percentage of the figure below is shaded? A. 6 %B. 4%C. 60%D. 40% 58. If Clive picks one cookie from the tray below, what is the chance that he will choose one that is star shaped? A. AB. BC. CD. D 59. Which of these angles measures 90 ^{0 }? A. AB. BC. CD. D 60. If S = {2, 3, 4, 6} then 2 +3 +4+ 6/4 representsA. the meanB. the modeC. the medianD. the range 61. A boy can put his marbles into groups of 2, 5 and 6. What is the least number of marbles he could have?A. 30B. 12C. 20D. 60 62. How many faces does the following solid have? A. 3B. 4C. 5D. 6 63. In a yard there are 3 children playing with two dogs. What is the total number of feet in the yard?A. (3 x 2) + (2 x 4)B. (3 +4 ) x (2 +4 )C. (3 x 4) +(2 x 2)D. (3 +4 ) x 5 64. Which operation must be used to solve for t in t – 14 = 52 ?A. additionB. subtractionC. multiplicationD. division 65. Which of the numbers is the dividend in the following? 125 ÷ 5 = 25 5 + 123 = 128A. 25B. 125C. 3D. 128 66. A cap is priced a t$240 plus 15% GCT. How much should a buyer pay for this item?A. $204B. $276C. $255D. $225 67. George works for 45 hours each week at a rate of $16 per hour. He spends $300 and saves the rest. How much does he save?A. (( 45 x 16 ) – 300B. 300 – (45 x 16)C. 300 + (45 x 16)D. (300 x 16 ) – 40 68. A motorist is driving from James Town to Pirates’ Cove travelling at a rate of 110 km per hour. If Pirates’ Cove is 550 km from James Town, how long will it take the motorist to reach his destination?A. 4 hoursB. 5 hoursC. 6 hoursD. 7 hours 69. John had 15 sweets and his sister gave him 16 more. His mother took away 19 of the sweets. How many sweets did John have left?A. 15 + 19 – 16 = 18B. 15 + 19 +16 = 50C. 19 + 16 – 15 = 20D. 15 + 16 -19 = 12 70. Harry gets $60 for his pocket money every day. If he spends 20 % of his money at break time, how much does he have left?A. $12B. $72C. $48D. $80 71. Susan has 40 sweets. She gave away ^{2}/_{5.} How many sweets does she have left?A. 8B. 16C. 32D. 24 72. What is the value of the angle marked x in the pie chart below? A. 205 ^{0}B. 155^{0}C. 25^{0}D. 90^{0} 73. Use the diagram below to answer questions 73-75. If the number of students in the class is 32, how many students chose reading?A. 4B. 8C. 12D. 16 74. What percentage of the students chose singing?A. 25%B. 40%C. 75%D. 80 % 75. What fraction of the class chose reading and singing?A. ^{2}/_{8}B. ^{1}/_{2}C. ^{1}/_{8}D. ^{5}/_{8} 76. What is the measurement of angle Y in the diagram below? A. 180 ^{0}B. 90 ^{0}C. 40^{0}D. 60^{0} 77. Which of the following letters have a perimeter of 18 cm? A. AB. BC. CD. D 78. Use the information below to answer questions 78-80. How many sixes were tossed during the game? A. 4B. 10C. 15D. 16 79. What is the mean?A. 4B. 10C. 15D. 16 80. If the game is won by the person tossing the most sixes, who won the game?A. JohnB. SusanC. CarlaD. Pam Loading… Share: Karren Goulbourne Previous post Grade 6: Mathematics Paper 2 December 8, 2020 Next post Grade 6: Mathematics Paper 4 December 8, 2020