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Math 7 Review

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Math 7 Review

2008 TAKS

- These questions were gleaned from the 2008 released TAKS items. I tried to compare the questions from their 6th, 7th and 8th grade tests to our SOLs.
- There are many good released items that are simply “too big” to make into TurningPoint slides. You may find links to the tests here http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/resources/release/taks_items/index.html.

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- D

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- 5/6
- 14/25
- 2/3
- 1/2

A survey at Wheeler Middle School indicated that 4 out of 32 students have a stamp collection. If 560 students attend Wheeler Middle School, about how many students can be expected to have a stamp collection? 7.6

- 28
- 36
- 70
- 140

Omar is getting a new rectangular rug for his room. His old rectangular rug is 5 feet wide and 7 feet long. If Omar’s new rug is 1 foot longer and 1 foot wider than his old rug, what is the area of his new rug? 7.7a

- 35 ft 2
- 40 ft 2
- 42 ft 2
- 48 ft 2

Beth and her friends played a board game. Beth scored 27, 33, 18, 32, 35, 27, 31, 32, 28, and 27 points in ten games. What is the mode of Beth’s scores? 7.16

- 35
- 32
- 29
- 27

Conrad had some marbles. First he gave 3 marbles to Jim, and then he bought 16 more marbles. Next he sold ½ of his marbles to Terry. He now has 12 marbles. How many marbles did Conrad start with? 7.4a

- 19
- 11
- 15
- 4

- (0.8, 0.9)
- (0.6, 0.4)
- (1.2, 0.6)
- (0.4, 0.6)

- Choice One
- Choice Two
- Choice Three
- Choice Four

The seventh-grade students at Alaniz Middle School went on a field trip. At lunch 17 students drank lemonade. This represented 20% of the students on the field trip. How many students were on the field trip? 7.4a

- 20
- 37
- 85
- 117

- $1.44
- $6.48
- $0.72
- $4.32

- Angela had some candies and ate 3 of them. Now she has 54 candies. What is m, the number of candies she originally had?
- A babysitter earns $3.00 each hour. One weekend she earned $54.00. What is m, the number of hours she worked that weekend?
- Ursula has $3.00 more than Bill. Together they have $54.00. What is m, the amount of money Bill has?
- A teacher set aside 54 minutes to spend teaching a topic. She has already used 3 minutes. What is m, the number of minutes she has left?

- (3, −1)
- (−4, −1)
- (−1, −2)
- (1, −2)

The drawing below shows the dimensions of a tennis court. The width of the singles court is ¾ of the width of the doubles court. What is the area of the singles court? 7.7b

- 2,808 square feet
- 3,744 square feet
- 1,580 square feet
- 2,106 square feet

- x = 1
- x = 2
- x = 8
- x = 16

A company sells fruit juice in boxes shapedlike rectangular prisms that are 2.5 incheslong, 1.1 inches wide, and 4 inches high. What is the volume in cubic inches of 1 juice box? 7.8

- 7.6 in.3
- 11 in.3
- 110 in.3
- 14.4 in.3

The number of books David read each month during the school year is shown below.3, 2, 4, 2, 5, 3, 4, 2, 2, 3Which statement about David’s data is true? 7.16

- The mean is less than the median.
- The range is equal to the mean.
- The range is greater than the median.
- The mean is equal to the mode.

In a survey, students were asked whether they play basketball or tennis. Of 34 students, 24 students play basketball, 13 students play tennis, and 4 students do not play either sport. How many students play both sports? 7.22b

- 41
- 11
- 7
- 4

Mr. Flores bought 5 pounds of cheese. He used 2¼ pounds for cheese spread, 1¾ pounds for nachos, and the rest for sandwiches. Which procedure could be used to find the number of pounds of cheese he used for sandwiches? 7.22b

- Add 5 to the sum of 2¼ and 1¾
- Divide 5 by the sum of 2¼ and 1¾
- Subtract the sum of 2¼ and 1¾ from 5
- Subtract 5 from the sum of 2¼ and 1¾

Mr. Hines paid $8.40 for an internationalphone call. He paid a fee of $1.25 plus $0.55 per minute. Which equation can be used to find x, the length of the call in minutes? 7.22a

- 0.55x + 1.25 = 8.40
- 0.55x − 1.25 = 8.40
- 1.25x + 0.55 = 8.40
- 1.25x − 0.55 = 8.40

Lucy reads 450 words in 3 minutes. Whichequation can be used to find w, the number ofwords Lucy can read in 20 minutes if she continues to read at the same rate? 7.20

- One
- Two
- Three
- Four

Steven dropped a ball from 8 feet above the ground. After each bounce the ball reached half its previous height. After which bounce did the ball reach a maximum height of 6 inches above the ground? 7.19

- 2nd
- 3rd
- 4th
- 5th

A store’s records showed that during aone-month period, 3 gallons of milk were sold for every 2 boxes of cereal sold. If 2,864 boxes of cereal were sold that month, how many gallons of milk were sold? 7.6

- 8,592 gal
- 5,728 gal
- 4,296 gal
- 1,909 gal

Steven dropped a ball from 8 feet above the ground. After each bounce the ball reached half its previous height. After which bounce did the ball reach a maximum height of 6 inches above the ground? 7.19

- 2nd
- 3rd
- 4th
- 5th

Joan went to a department store to buy asweater that was on sale for 25% off theoriginal price, p.Which equation can be used to determine s, the sale price of the sweater, not including tax? 7.4b, 7.22b

- s = p + 0.75p
- s = p + 0.25p
- s = p − 0.75p
- s = p − 0.25p