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					                             Math 7/Unit 9 Practice Test: Measurement: Two-Dimensional Figures

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Define the terms below and give an example of each. (1-3)

    1) Two-Dimensional Figures



    2) Area


    3) Perfect Square



    4) State and describe the Pythagorean Theorem.




    5) Which measurement is more precise?                36 inches       or      3 feet

    6) Find the measure of the paperclip to the nearest ¼ inch.                                  ____________




    7) (CRT) How many significant digits are in the number 1,230,060?

             A.   4 digits
             B.   5 digits
             C.   6 digits
             D.   7 digits




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    8) Calculate each of the following. Use the correct significant digits in the answer.
          a.    7.4  6.98                                 b.       27.9  1.4 




    9) The perimeter of the triangle is 19 inches.                     x


                                                         3 inches          7 inches




        A) Find the length of the missing side.                                                    ____________

        B) Classify the triangle by its side lengths.                                              ____________


    10) Find the circumference of a circle with r = 9 inches. (Use 3.14 for  )                    ____________




    11) Joey wants to cover a wall in his bedroom with movie posters. The wall is 12 feet long and 9 feet tall.

         A) What is the area of the wall to be covered?                                            ____________




        B) Joey owns a lot of movie posters, each one is 2 feet wide and 3 feet tall. How many posters will
           he be able to hang on the wall with no overlapping? Explain your thinking and show your work.




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    12) Graph the polygon with the given vertices and find its area:

        (0, 0), (6, 0), (8, 2), (2, 2)




                                                                            Area = ____________



    13) Find the area of a trapezoid with height of 5 cm and bases of 4 cm and 7 cm.                ____________




    14) Which is the best estimate of the area of a circle with a diameter of 6 ft?                 ____________
          a. 9 ft2
          b. 18 ft2
          c. 27 ft2
          d. 108 ft2

    15) Find the perimeter and area of the figure. Show your work.



                                                                             Perimeter = _____________
                                  4 yd           5 yd

                                             3 yd
                                                                             Area = _____________
                        6 yd

                                  4 yd
                                              5 yd




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    16) Describe a method for finding the area of this figure:


                 12 m



                         15 m



                12 m
                12 m




    17)    45 falls between what two integers?                                            _______ & _______




    18) Is 196 considered a perfect square? Explain why or why not.             Yes   /   No




    19) A square has an area of 121 units2. What is the perimeter of the square?               ____________




    20) Find the length of the missing side of this right triangle.                            ____________




                                    x
            6m




                              8m




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    21) To go from her house to the mall, Sara has to drive 5 miles north and then turn and drive 12 miles west.
       How many miles would she save if she could drive straight to the mall?

         A. Draw and label a diagram of her travel.




         B. How many miles would she save if she could drive straight to the mall?




    22) (CRT) A soccer team is playing on a soccer field. In the last play, Player A was 40 feet (ft) from the goalie.
        Player A passed the ball 30 feet sideways to Player B who shoots the ball directly into the goalie’s hands.



                          Player A           Player B




                              Goalie




Approximately how far did the ball travel from Player B to the goalie?


    A.   30 ft
    B.   40 ft
    C.   50 ft
    D.   60 ft



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    23) (CRT) Peter needs 120 square meters of carpet. The carpet is sold by the square foot. Which is the
        best ESTIMATE of the number of square feet of carpet Peter needs?

             A.    14 square feet
             B.    120 square feet
             C.    1,080 square feet
             D.    17,280 square feet


    Long Term Memory Review

    24) 13% of 930 is what?




                         4.3 17.2
    25) Solve for n.        
                          6   n




    26)Evaluate.         33  2( 5)  4 




                         5 3
    27) Simplify.          
                         8 5




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