ultiple Choice

1.
What is a reasonable distance between two cities?
(1 point)
200 km **
200 m
200 cm
200 mm

2.
Which value correctly completes the statement?

6,501.5 km = ______ m
(1 point)
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.
(1 point)
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?
(1 point)
5 pails
6 pails **
4 pails
3 pails

5.
Find the area of the composite figure.
The figure has 5 sides with 3 right angles. The top left horizontal edge measures 14 inches; the left vertical edge measures 12 inches, the bottom horizontal edge measures 20 inches, and a lower right vertical edge measures 10 inches.
(1 point)
120 in.2
234 in.2
228 in.2 **
240 in.2

6.
Find the area of the parallelogram.
The figure shows a parallelogram with a horizontal base edge measuring 10 centimeters. The right triangle is shown with the right angle opposite of the right slanted edge of the parallelogram. The vertical leg of the right triangle measures 17 centimeters.
(1 point)
54 cm2
85 cm2
170 cm2 **
27 cm2

7.
Which of the following is a true statement?
(1 point)
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?
Two rectangles are shown. The larger rectangle has dimensions 4 centimeters by 12 centimeters. The smaller rectangle has dimensions 3 centimeters by x centimeters.
(1 point)
7 cm
8 cm
11 cm
13 cm**

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1. 4 and 8 are wrong
5 and 6 - I don't know

The others are correct.

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Ms. Sue
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3. 8 is 11 cm

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4. 1. A
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3. A
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5. C
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10. ?

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5. anonymous your corresct, and people 9 and 10 are workpad qustions

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6. hi

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7. If you are in 6th grade unit 3 lesson 6 the answers are
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3A
4D
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6C
7B
8B

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8. I don’t know if A is right because it said responses saved sooooooooooo I don’t know

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9. He is I did that quiz or test like 1 month ago and it was right

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10. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?! 9 AND 10 IS A MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION IT WOULD BE EASY!!!!!

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11. Hey STAP If you cant figure out 2 questions on your own you need help

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