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									15   Name: ________________________________ Date: __________ Period: ____


     MM#15- Multifarious Math                     4.   On a map of Dallas, 1 inch
     Due Date: January 18, 2013                        represents 150 actual miles. Which
                                                       strategy can you use to find the
                                                       actual distance in miles between two
     1.    At Spillane Middle School there is 1        points on the map?
           teacher for every 25 students. There
           are 1400 students at the school.            A.      Measure the number of
           Which proportion can be used to find                inches between points
           x, the number of teachers?                          and then add 150

                   25    x                             B.      Measure the number of
           A.         
                   1    1400                                   inches between points
                                                               and then subtract 150
                   1   x
           B.                                         C.      Measure the number of
                   25 1400                                     inches between points
                                                               and then multiply by 150
                   1    1400
           C.         
                   25    x                             D.      Measure the number of
                                                               inches between points
                   x          1                                And then divide by 150
           D.           
                   25       1400


     2.    The ratio of boys to girls in Ms.      5.   Which of the following figures has
           Alderson’s classroom is 5 to 8.             50% of its area shaded? (*Hint* What
           Which combination of boys and girls         does 50% look like as a fraction?)
           could the classroom have?

           A.     20 boys and 24 girls                 A.

           B.     24 boys and 15 girls

           C.     20 boys and 32 girls

           D.     25 boys and 32 girls
                                                       B.




     3.    Toby caught 17 out of 20 passes in          C.
           practice last week. What percent of
           the passes did he NOT catch?

           A.     15%

           B.     20%                                  D.

           C.     85%

           D.     80%
Name: ________________________________ Date: __________ Period: ____

6.   During football season Tony            9.    The table shows Andre’s age and
     completed 3 out of every 4 passes            Maria’s age over 4 consecutive
     he attempted. In his last game he            years.
     attempted 48 passes. How many
     passes would Tony have been
     expected to make?

     A.     30

     B.     36

     C.     40

     D.     64




                                                  Which expression best represents
                                                  Maria’s age in terms of Andre’s age?

                                                  A.     y =x4
7.   94% of all Spillane 6th graders              B.     y  2x
     turned in their MMs last week.
     Which fraction is equivalent to 94%?         C.     y = 3x  4
                                                  D.     x = 2y
            4
     A.
            5

             9                              10.   Which model shows 60% shaded?
     B.
            10

            47
     C.                                           A.
            50

            47
     D.
            200                                   B.


8.   A recipe for pancakes requires 3
     eggs and makes 12 pancakes.                  C.
     What is the ratio of eggs to
     pancakes?

     A.     12 to 3                               D.

     B.     1 to 4

     C.     4 to 1

     D.     1 to 3

								
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