# Math 6 SOL Review Pt. 2 2006 Released Test 26. Which solid could not have two parallel faces? A. A. Cube B. B. Rectangular prism C. C. Pyramid D. D.

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Math 6 SOL Review Pt. 2 2006 Released Test

26. Which solid could not have two parallel faces? A. A. Cube B. B. Rectangular prism C. C. Pyramid D. D. Cylinder

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27. The measure of the angle shown is A. A. between 0 and 45 B. B. between 45 and 90 C. C. greater than 180 D. D. between 90 and 180

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28. Which measurement represents the greatest volume? A. A. 35 cups B. B. 17 pints C. C. 9 quarts D. D. 2 gallons

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29. Which picture appears to show Steve's body at an angle congruent to the angle shown at left ? A. B. C. D.

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30. Which shape is not a quadrilateral? A. A. Pentagon B. B. Trapezoid C. C. Parallelogram D. D. Square

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31. Chrissy has 4 white towels, 2 yellow towels, and 3 blue towels in a bag. What is the probability that the first towel chosen at random from the bag will be white? A. B. C. D.

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32. What is the range of the numbers listed? 76, 59, 91, 22, 43, 57, 89, 76, 31 A. A. 43 B. B. 45 C. C. 60 D. D. 69

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33. Which stem-and-leaf plot correctly displays this data? 15 32 21 13 36 10 23 30 15 11 27 42 33 A. B. C. D.

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34. 76, 79, 75, 77, 74 For the data listed, the value 76.2 represents the A. A. mean B. B. range C. C. mode D. D. median

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35. The six songs below are on Jane's new CD. If her CD player plays the songs randomly, what is the probability that the song Mongoose Omelette will play first? A. A. -0.6 B. B. 0.6 C. C. 0 D. D. 1

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36. Which type of clothing appears to have had 5 times the sales of dresses? A. A. Skirts B. B. Shirts C. C. Pants D. D. Shorts

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37. The number of pages Jane read in a book each day for one week are listed here: {12, 18, 19, 11, 12, 15, 18} Below is the box-and-whisker plot of this data. To which number is the arrow most likely pointing? A. A. 15 B. B. 18 C. C. 11 D. D. 12

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38. Mr. Warren requires his students to read 2 books: 1 book from list #1 and 1 book from list #2. What is the total number of different combinations for the 2 books? A. A. 1 B. B. 9 C. C. 6 D. D. 2

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39. Based on the geometric pattern shown, what is the value of ? A. A. 40 B. B. 32,768 C. C. 20,480 D. D. 13 = 8 = 64 = 512 = 4096

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40. Which represents the variable in the following number sentence? 3 + v = 45 A. A. 3 B. B. = C. C. 45 D. D. v

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41. 2.3 X = A. A. 230,000 B. B. 2,300,000 C. C. 23,000,000 D. D. 230,000,000

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42.Which method could be used to solve the number sentence shown? 4x = 16 A. A. Divide 4x by 4, and divide 16 by 4 B. B. Divide 4x by 4, and divide 16 by 16 C. C. Subtract 4 from 4x, and subtract 16 from 16 D. D. Subtract 4 from 4x, and subtract 4 from 16

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43. What value of y makes the number sentence shown true? y - 3 = 15 A. A. 5 B. B. 12 C. C. 18 D. D. 45

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44. Use the representations at left to answer the question-- if the scale is balanced, which number sentence does it best represent? A. A. w + 5 = 30 B. B. 5 w = 30 C. C. 5 – w = 30 D. D. w ÷ 5 = 30

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45. The number 514 in scientific notation is written as A. A. 5.14 X 10 2 B. B. 5.14 X 10 1 C. C. 51.4 X 10 1 D. D. 514 X 10 2

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46. Which is an equation? A. A. x + 6 B. B. 5 > 7 C. C. x D. D. x + ½ = 9

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47. Kale wrote the number pattern shown: 1, 2, 4, 7, 11,... He noticed another pattern when he found that the differences between the numbers increased by 1 as shown below. A. A. 22 B. B. 21 C. C. 19 D. D. 15 If the differences continue to increase by 1, what will be the 7th term in Kale's original pattern?

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48. Using the representations above, which model best represents the following? r +2 = 18 A. B. C. D.

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49. The first four figures in a pattern are shown. A. A. 14 B. B. 32 C. C. 64 D. D. 128 If the pattern continues to double the number of dots, what will be the total number of dots in the 6th figure in the pattern?

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50. Gracie's pattern of increasing perfect squares is shown below. 25, 36, ___, 64, 81, 100 What number does Gracie need to square to find the missing term? A. A. 5 B. B. 7 C. C. 6 D. D. 8

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