6th GRADE MATH REVIEW WORKSHEET EOG

Problem 1 :

Joe will go to the swimming pool on 20 different days this month.

  • A one-day pass to the pool is $2.25.
  • A monthly pass to the pool is $30.00.

How much money will Joe save by buying a monthly pass?

A) $20     B)  $18     C)  $15       D) $12

Solution

Problem 2 :

A rectangular parking lot has an area of 2/3 of a square kilometer. The width is 1/2 of a kilometer. What is the length, in kilometers, of the parking lot?

A) 1/3    B) 2/3     C) 1 1/3     D) 1   2/3

Solution

Problem 3 :

The price of a theater ticket increased from $7.50 to $7.75. The theater sold 315 tickets at the higher price. With the price increase, how much more did the theater earn on the tickets?

A) $78.00      B) $78.25    C) $78.50   D) $78.75

Solution

Problem 4 :

Hannah babysits to earn money.

  • She charges $6.50 to babysit for the first hour.
  • She charges $5.75 for each additional hour.
  • Let n equal the number of hours after the first hour.

Which expression represents how much Hannah charges?

A)  12.25n     B) 6.50 + 5.75n   

C) 6.50n + 5.75     D) 6.50n + 5.75n

Solution

Problem 5 :

What is the value of (1/7)3 ?

A)  3/7     B) 1/7      C) 3/343     D) 1/343

Solution

Problem 6 :

Which choice shows a set of data that could be represented by the box plot shown below?

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A) 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 7, 8, 13, 19, 20

B) 1, 3, 5, 6, 6, 8, 13, 14, 19, 20

C) 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 8, 13, 19, 20

D) 1, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 8, 13, 19, 20

Solution

Problem 8 :

A rectangular room has an area of 131  1/4 square feet. The length of the room is 12  1/2 feet. What is the width, in feet, of the room?

Solution

Problem 9 :

Allen is building birdhouses that require 1/2 -ft-long boards. How many pieces that are exactly 1/2 ft long can be made from a board that is 8  1/4 ft long?

Solution

Problem 10 :

How much money should John get back when he uses $10.00 to pay for purchases totaling $5.25?

Express the answer as dollars. cents.

Solution

Problem 11 :

What is the product of 2.52 and 3.4?

Solution

Problem 12 :

At a store, Susan selected a pumpkin that weighed 35.2 ounces.

  • Pumpkins cost $1.80 per pound.
  • There are 16 ounces in 1 pound.

How much did Susan’s pumpkin cost?

Express the as dollars. cents.

Solution

Problem 13 :

What is the greatest whole number that is less than

Solution

Problem 14 :

What is the value of

when x = 3?

Solution

Problem 15 :

Heather earns $8.00 per hour for walking a dog. How many hours must she work to earn $256.00?

Solution

Problem 16 :

One serving of Mike’s crackers has 150 calories and a mass of 30 grams. How many calories are in 6 grams of the crackers?

A) 5      B) 10    C) 25    D) 30

Solution

Problem 17 :

The ratio of nitrogen to potassium in a sample of soil is 12:9. The sample has 36 units of nitrogen. How much potassium does the sample have?

A) 21 units      B) 27 units     C) 33 units     D) 48 units

Solution

Problem 18 :

To clean a tank, 3/4 cup of disinfectant is needed for every 2 gallons of water. How many cups of disinfectant are needed for 20 gallons of water?

A) 7  1/2      B) 15     C) 33 1/2     D) 30

Solution

Problem 19 :

A laundry detergent is sold at four stores.

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Which store has the lowest price per ounce?

A) Hawkin’s Store      B) Don’s Store

C) Allen’s Market       D) Value Market

Solution

Problem 20 :

Marcy is taking two types of medicine.

  • She takes one medicine every 6 hours.
  • She takes the other medicine every 4 hours.
  • She takes both medicines at 9:00 a.m.

At what time will Marcy take both medicines together again?

A) 1:00 p.m.      B) 3:00 p.m.     C) 5:00 p.m.     D) 9:00 p.m

Solution

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