Math

1. What is a reasonable distance between two cities?
• 200 km <<<
• 200 m
• 200 cm
• 200 mm
2. Which value correctly completes the statement?
6,501.5 km= _____m
• 6,501,500
• 65,015
• 650,150,000
• 650.15
3. Find the perimeter of the rectangle with length 97 inches and width 17 inches.
• 228 in.
• 211 in.
• 1,649 in.
• 114 in.
4. Each pail of plaster covers 90 square feet of ceiling. What is the least number of pails of plaster you would need to buy to cover the ceiling of a square room with walls 14 feet long?
• 5 pails
• 6 pails
• 4 pails
• 3 pails
5. Find the area of the composite figure?
• 120 in.2
• 234 in.2
• 228 in.2
• 240 in.2
6. Find the area of the parallelogram.
• 54 cm2
• 85 cm2
• 170 cm2
• 27 cm2
7. Which of the following is a true statement?
• It is possible for two rectangles to have the same area, but only if they also have the same perimeter.
• It is possible for two rectangles to have the same area without having the same perimeter.
• It is possible for two squares to have the same area without having the same perimeter.
• It is possible for two squares to have the same perimeter without having the same area.
8. The area of the large rectangle is twice the area of the small rectangle. What is the value of x?

• 7 cm
• 8 cm
• 11 cm
• 13 cm
9. Calculate the area of the composite figure, which is not drawn to scale. (Workpad needs to be worked out, correctly). 17 cm (rectangle part) top, 22 cm height (one side, rectangle), 10 cm height (other side, rectangle), 19 cm bottom (some, triangle part), 17 cm bottom (other part)
10. Calculate the area of the trapezoid, which is not drawn to scale. (Workpad needs to be worked out, correctly). 5 in. base, 11 in. height (one side), 8 in. height (other side), 4 in. bottom

posted by Ms. Sue
2. 1. A
2. A
3. A
4. D
5. B
6. C
7. B
8. C
9. HELP! Send me correct calculations to get the correct answer, please.
10. HELP! Send me correct calculations to get the correct answer, please.

posted by Audrey
3. The first four are right.

5 and 6 and 8 -- insufficient data

7 is right

9 and 10 -- I don't know.

posted by Ms. Sue
4. 2.A. 6,501.5 * 1000 = 6,501, 500

posted by Maria

posted by Audrey
6. Who has done this? I need straight answers, please. Anyone? PLEASE! I'll get an F if I don't do good. HELP!

posted by Audrey
7. What are the answers to everything

posted by Audrey
8. PLEASE!! I HAVE ONLY TONIGHT TO DO THIS! I AM GOING ON VACATION TOMORROW! EARLY! PLEASE!!

posted by Audrey
9. Did you ever get the answer for number 10 I am stuck on it

posted by Kk
10. hold on

posted by kemon
11. What is it?

posted by Kayden james

posted by Anonymous
13. you guess need to stop cheating and be smart

posted by idiots that suck like rolnaldo
14. YA ROLNALDO DOES SUCK

posted by Anonymous
15. ITSPR

and you're talking?

You can't even say guys dumba**

posted by DisastaMusic
16. what?

posted by :3
17. I think the answer to 9# on the test is a area of 64. Try to add up all of the numbers for the rectangle of the composite figure. And I think the answer to number 10# is a area of 27. Once again, try to add up the numbers. If it is not correct, please don't blame me, I think this is the answer and I am trying to help all of the students who need help on this test. -Warrior Cat Lover:)

posted by Warrior Cat Lover
18. i need answers people come on !!!!!

posted by rich girl
19. for number 9 the area is 85

posted by Achilles

posted by ari
21. Anyone have any the anwsers

posted by Leddlidkidkdkdkdk

posted by Anonymous
23. everybody stop typing in your panic attacks just type in answers or ways to solve it not your problems!

posted by Starfire

1. B
2. C
3. A
4. D
5. B
6. A
7. C
the last two I don't know

posted by squid ward
25. these answers are fake EXDE

no seriously there fake

posted by not squidward
26. Did you guys ever think about going to toturing.

posted by Music
27. WHICH ONES ARE RIGHT!!!

posted by DA_COOL_DUDE
28. What are the answers to 9 & 10

posted by Pepe
29. hgfhswse

posted by Hipo
30. hgfhswse

posted by Hippo
31. hgfhswse

posted by Anonymous
32. i will come back and tell you guys the answers but figure it out right now ok?

posted by rose
33. the answer to number nine is 374 + 114. google has an area calculator for this kind of stuff :)

posted by anonymous
34. but what is the answer for 10?

posted by rose
35. #5 is D
#6 is C
#8 is C

posted by Camula
36. Hello everybody. I know everyone is going threw a hard time on this quiz, well here are the answer
1A
2A
3A
4D
5D
6C
7B
8C
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posted by Whatever
37. Thank you ever one who is trying to help and figure things out it helps a lot for me and other kids that don't understand but I really need help for 9 and 10 I have a very bad grade in math and my mom said I can't do nothing till it's up so pleasessss help asap thank you

posted by Kyra
38. 10. Is A = (5+4) divided by 1/2 x 11 (h) = 49.5 in

9. Is 374 + 114

posted by The Lone Wolve Girl

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