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TAKS MATHEMATICS Similar to 2006 TAKS release test By Mrs. Ore BRAWNER INTERMEDIATE GRANBURY ISD.

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  • TAKS MATHEMATICSSimilar to 2006 TAKS release test By Mrs. OreBRAWNER INTERMEDIATEGRANBURY ISD

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    500500500500300100400400400400400OBJECTIVE FIVEOBJECTIVE ONEOBJECTIVE FOUROBJECTIVE THREEOBJECTIVE TWO2002006 TAKS

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  • $100 Objective OneClick here to check your answerIshma swims 10 laps everyday for exercise. How many laps would he swim in 4 weeks? 40 laps 140 laps 280 laps 14 laps

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$100 Objective OneCorrect answer is C. 280 laps10laps x 7days = 70 70 x 4weeks = 280

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  • $200 Objective OneClick here to check your answerThe model is shaded to represent a fraction. Which model below shows an equivalent fraction to this model? B.

    C. D.

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$200 Objective OneD.

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  • $300 Objective OneClick here to check your answerMrs. Sanchez has donated 255 books in the past 3 years to her city library. She has donated the same amount of books each year. How many books has Mrs. Sanchez donated to the library in each of the past 3 years?75 booksB. 258 books

    C. 252 booksD. 85 books

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$300 Objective One255 3 = 85

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  • $400 Objective OneClick here to check your answerTrey can ride his go-cart around the track 27 times in one hour. If he rides at the same speed, about how many miles can he ride in 3 hours? 9 B. 81C. 30 D. 24

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$400 Objective One27laps x 3hours = 81

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  • $500 Objective OneClick here to check your answerHere are some arrays for the number 12. Choose the correct answer for another way to show the number 12. B.

    C.. D.

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$500 Objective One4groups X 3each = 12

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  • $100 Objective TwoClick here to check your answerWhich pair of numbers best completes this table? B. C. D.

    NumberNumber x 103253,2501191,1908608,600??

    11210,112

    7057,005

    4674,670

    3130313

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$100 Objective Two Any number multiplied by 10 is that number with a zero in the ones place. RULE x 10 467 X 10 = 4,670

    4674,670

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  • $200 Objective TwoClick here to check your answerHannah was looking a some swim suits to buy. The table shows the regular prices of different swim suits and the prices with a coupon. Based on the information, which could be the discount offered with the coupon? Get one shirt for $7 Buy one get one free Take $4 off the regular price Take $7 off the regular price

    Regular pricePrice with coupon$24$17$32$25$39$32$45$38

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$200 Objective Two- 7 = - 7 = - 7 = - 7 =

    Regular pricePrice with coupon$24$17$32$25$39$32$45$38

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  • The art teacher purchases clay in 13-pound boxes. If she purchases 100 boxes of clay for the whole year, how many pounds of clay does she purchase?$300 Objective TwoClick here to check your answer 113 pounds of clay 1,300 pounds of clay 130 pounds of clay 1,030 pounds of clay

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$300 Objective Two13 X 100 = 1,300

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  • Each number in Set H is related in the same way to the number beside it in Set M. When given a number in Set H, what is one way to find its related number in set M?$400 Objective TwoClick here to check your answer Add 12 Add 7 Multiply by 5 Multiply by 7

    Set HSet M321128453545315

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$400 Objective Two x 7 = x 7 = x 7 = x 7 =

    Set HSet M321128453545315

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  • Exactly 70 players signed up to play football. There were 10 players on each team. Which number sentence is in the same fact family as 70 10 = $500 Objective TwoClick here to check your answer 70 x 10 = 10 x = 70 70 x = 10 x 70 = 10

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  • Back to Jeopardy Board$500 Objective Two10 x F = 707

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  • Gina drew a dogs head on the computer. Which part of the dogs head appears to have an obtuse angle?$100 Objective Three Click here to check your answer Eyes Nose Ears Mouth

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  • D. MOUTH MORE THAN 90Back to Jeopardy Board$100 Objective Three

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  • $200 Objective Three Click here to check your answerWhat number on the number line does point T best represent? 4 B. 3 C. 2 D. 3 02321214T

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  • A. 4Back to Jeopardy Board $200 Objective Three 34 3 2

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  • $300 Objective Three A. Main and Maple B. Elm and Oak C. Oak and Maple D. Main and ElmClick here to check your answerWhich streets appear to be parallel to each other?ElmOakMainMaple

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  • B. Elm and Oak Back to Jeopardy Board $300 Objective ThreeElmMapleOakMainParallel means lines that Never crossing

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  • $400 Objective Three Click here to check your answerWhich single transformation is represented from figure S to Figure T? TranslationB. Rotation C. ReflectionD. Slide Figure SFigure T

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  • Reflection to FLIP or REFLECT over a line Back to Jeopardy Board $400 Objective Three Figure SFigure T

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  • P B. J

    C. Q D. O$500 Objective ThreeClick here to check your answerWhich LETTER has at least 1 line of symmetry?

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  • D. OBack to Jeopardy Board $500 Objective Three LINE OF SYMMETRY

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  • What is the perimeter of this picture frame?$100 Objective FourClick here to check your answerA. 40 sq inches 24 sq inches 140 sq inches 48 sq inches14 inches10 inches

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  • 10 + 10 + 14 + 14 = 48 sq. inches - D.Back to Jeopardy Board$100 Objective FourPerimeter the measurement around a polygon. (The rim)

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  • $200 Objective fourJerome left his house for a 3 hour movie that starts at 9:07 am. At what time will the movie be over?Click here to check your answerA . 12 noon B. 3:00 pmC. 12:37 pmD. 1:30 pm

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  • Correct answer isC. 12:37 pmBack to Jeopardy Board$200 Objective Four9:07 + 1 hour = 10:07 + 1 hour = 11:07 + 1 hour = 12:07 12:07 + 30 min. = 12:37 pm

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  • Madalyn wanted to paint one wall in her bedroom pink. She needs to know the area of her wall before she buys enough paint. Her square wall is 9 feet wide. What is the area of the wall?$300 Objective FourClick here to check your answerA. 81 sq. feet B. 18 sq. feetC. 36 sq. feet D. 90 sq. feet

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  • A. 81 sq. feetBack to Jeopardy Board$300 Objective FourArea = length x width 9 x 9 = 81 9 feet9 feet

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  • During Science class Sidney needs to weigh an item in grams. Which of the following objects is he most likely measuring?$400 Objective FourClick here to check your answer His chair B. His textbookC. A liter bottle D. His pencil

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  • D. His pencilBack to Jeopardy Board$400 Objective Four

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  • Baylee was looking at the following table, which shows the heights of four very tall 4th graders. How much taller is Baylee than Vincent?$500 Objective FourClick here to check your answer 29 cm 10 cm 21 cm 12 cm

    PersonHeight (cm)Vincent159Maison198Baylee188Grant149

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  • A. 29 cm taller Back to Jeopardy Board$500 Objective Four 188 - 1591729

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  • $100 Objective Five The table shows the years on the one dollar bills Kendra has in her purse. If Kendra reaches into her purse without looking, what is the probability that the year on the dollar bill will be 2001?Click here to check your answer 2 out of 4 B. 2 out of 13C. 2 out of 10 D. 2 out of 15

    Year on dollarNumber of bills199711999320002200122003420053

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  • 2 out of 15 Back to Jeopardy Board$100 Objective Five15 total bills in purse 2 of the bills had the year 2001

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  • At Nancys party she wanted to give out the party favors found in this graph. If she gave out evenly all the bubble gum to the 12 people at her party, how many pieces would each person receive?$200 Objective FiveClick here to check your answer 12 pieces B. 48 piecesC. 4 pieces D. 3 pieces

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    Chart1

    14

    36

    12

    48

    15

    Number of items

    PARTY FAVORS

    Sheet1

    whistles14

    balloons36

    crazy hats12

    bubble gum48

    water pistols15

    Sheet1

    Number of items

    PARTY FAVORS

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

  • 4 pieces eachBack to Jeopardy Board$200 Objective Five48 12 =

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  • Koree will flip the spinner. If Koree spins the arrow twice, which of these is NOT possible.$300 Objective FiveClick here to check your answer green, green blue, pink red, blue orange, orange

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  • B. Blue, pinkBack to Jeopardy Board$300 Objective FivePink is not an option

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  • The graph shows the number of class pets in Mr. Davilas class. According to the graph, how many more birds and fish are there than dogs?$400 Objective FiveClick here to check your answer10 more C. 15 more14 more D. 6 more

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    Chart2

    28

    18

    34

    15

    20

    number of pets

    CLASS PETS

    Sheet1

    birds28

    cats18

    dogs34

    lizards15

    fish20

    Sheet1

    number of pets

    CLASS PETS

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

  • birds (28) + fish (20) dogs (34) = Back to Jeopardy Board$400 Objective FiveB. 14

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  • Roy has these automobiles in a bag. If Roy picked out an automobile with out looking, what is the probability that he would grab a purple van?$500 Objective FiveClick here to check your answer 4 out of 8 B. 5 out of 7C. 4 out of 12 D. 12 out of 4

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  • C. 4 out of 12 Back to Jeopardy Board$500 Objective Five

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