6.4G TEKS
6.2D TEKS
6.3D/E TEKS
6.7A TEKS
6.9A TEKS
100

Write this Fractions as a percent: 1/4

25%

100

15 - (-3) =

18

100

6.05 ÷ 0.05

121

100

True or False:    10 – (y • 2) = (y • 2) + 10

False

100

X + 28 = 96

X = 68

200

Write 30% as a fraction. ((SIMPLIFY))

3/10

200

Put these rational numbers in order from least to greatest: 6%, .05, 1/2 , -2

-2, .05, 6%, 1/2

200

2 x 1/3

2/3

200

True or False:    The prime factorization of 220 is 3^2 • 5^2.

225

200

An equation is an expression with only ONE solution. (True/False)

True

300

Write 65% as a decimal.

0.65
300

-3.6 is an integer and rational number. (True/False)

False

300

2/5 ÷ 3/4

8/15

300

Which expression is equivalent to:

y • 42

a. (y • 40) + 2

b. (y• 40) + (y• 2)

c. (y • 2) + 4

d. (y • 4) + 2

b. (y • 40) + (y• 2)

300

-79 = -20 + a

a = -59

400

Write 20% as a fraction. ((Simplify))

1/5

400

Which number is closest to zero?

1/3 , -0.14 , 0.1 , 1/4

0.1

400

2 1/3 x 2/5

14/15

400

50 – 3 • 9 + 12 ÷ 3

27

400

14x = 32.2

x=2.3

500

Jessie filled 6/8 of his fish tank with water.  What percentage is equivalent to the fraction of the fish tank that Jerry filled?

75%

500

The temperature in Houston is 30 degrees.  The temperature in Chicago is -10 degrees.  What is the difference between the temperatures in both cities?

Answer: 40 / 30 - (-10) = 40

***Distance is always positive***

500

Chris bank raised their ATM transaction fee \$0.35 per use to \$0.40 per use.  Chris has made 12 ATM transactions since the fee increase.  How much will she now be charged for those transactions?

\$4.80

500

Vanessa wrote the following equation to model the difference in temperature from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and realized she made an error.

7° + -6° + -5° + -3° = -10°

What is the correct answer to the equation?

-7°

500

Mya wants to spend no more than \$60 to celebrate her birthday with her four friends. Each box of her favorite pizza costs \$8. Write an inequality to help Mya find p, the number of boxes of pizza she can buy without exceeding \$60? (hint: > , ≤ , < , etc)

8p ≤ 60