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Rehiyon I

SANGAY NG LUNGSOD NG BATAC

Lungsod ng Batac

Mathematics VI

Direction: Read, analyze and solve. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. Which of the following will form a square pyramid?

A.

B.

C.

D.

A. Test tube

B, tent

C. funnel

D. globe

4. Which spatial figure has polygonal base and its faces are triangles?

A. Triangular prism

B. Cube

C. Cone

D.

Sphere

5. A ______________ is a solid figure with a circular base and one vertex.

A. Cylinder

B. Cone

C. Square pyramid D. Sphere

6. How many faces does a sphere have?

A. 0

B. 3

C. 1

D.2

A. 8

B.6

D. 4

C. 10

8. You are to wrap a shoe box to make it beautiful. What measuring device will you use to

find out how much wrapper is needed?

A.

cm 2

B.mm2

C.m2

D. dm2

9. A closed rectangular water tank 10 m by 7 m by 6 m is to be painted all over. How much

surface is to be painted? What is the correct formula will you use to solve the problem?

A. SA=6(lxwxh)

B. SA= l x w x h

C. SA=2l x 2w x 2h D.SA= l +w + h

10.A cube whose side measures 5 cm has a surface area of 150 cm 2, how can you find its

surface area?

A. SA= 6 x s

C. SA= s x s

B. SA= s x s x s

D. SA =6 ( s x s)

11.A milk can has a surface area of 226.08 cm 2.. Given the radius 3cm, find the height of a

milk can. How can you solve for the height? (Derive the formula: SA= 2r 2 + 2rh.)

A.

h=

SA

C. h= SA - 2 r2

2

2r +2r

2r

B.

h=

SA

D. h= SA - 2 r2

2 r2 + r

A. 6 500

B. 6 500 000

C. 65 000

D. 650

13.A rectangular box with a dimension of 1.5 dm by 1 dm by 2dm is to be filled with sand

How many cubic meter of sand is needed to fill it?

A. 0.003

B.0.03

C.0.3

D. 0.0003

14.What unit of measure can be used to measure the volume of refrigerator?

A.

mm3

B.cm3

C. dm3

D. m3

15.A pyramidal tent has a volume of 252 cm 3. If the base has a dimension of 7cm by 9cm,

how will you solve its height?

A. h= V x 3 B

C. h= VB x 3

B. h= V x B 3

D. h= V3 x B

16.A conical tent has a capacity of 100.5 m 3.If the base has an area of 50.24m 2, how will you

find its height? ( use the formula: V= r 2 h )

3

A.

h= V x 3 - r 2

C. h= V x 3 r 2

B.

h= V x r 2 3

D. h= V x 3 x r 2

17.A tin can has a radius of 3 cm and a height of 10 cm. If its capacity is 282.6 cm 3. What is

the formula to find its volume?

A. V= 3 x r 2

B. V= r2 h C. V= B x r2

D. V= r h

18.Give the correct electric meter reading.

A 6320 KWh

B. 6230 KWh

C, 6220 KWh

00483

19. The water meter of Larozas family shows

does the family already consumed?

A. 32

B. 48

C. 483

D. 6330 KWh

D. 832

For items 20-23 : Read and interpret the data in a circle graph

Use the circle graph to answer the questions that follows. The

graph shows the differen past time of intermediate pupils in

Matapat Elementary School . The total pupils is 180.

20. How many pupils like playing guitar?

A. 27

B. 18

C. 36

D.45

A. Watching TV

C. Collecting stamps

B. Reading

D. Writing

22. How many more pupils like reading than writing a poem?

A. 12

B. 18

C. 27

D. 36

A. 18

B. 27

C. 36

D. 45

24- 28. Make a circle graph showing agricultural products in our country .

Rice- 40%

Corn- 25%

Banana5%

Coconut- 15%

Citrus- 5%

Vegetables- 10%

29. Make a simple prediction to the given situation.

When a pupil is happy, he has a big amount of allowance.

A. unlikely to happen

B. likely to happen

D. impossible to happen

30. Inside a box there are 4 red marbles, 6 green marbles and 8 yellow marbles. What is the

probability of getting green marbles?

A. 1/5

B. 2/10

C. 3/10

D. 2/5

31. Using the number line below, show the proper order of integers

0

32. Which of the following statements is true?

A. 24 < 10

B. 7 > 5

C. 12 = 12

D. -8 > 0

________________________________________

34. Which of the following defines an EQUATION? An equation is _________________

A. an algebraic expression containing a variable or variables.

B. any numerical value that gives a true statement

C. formed by placing an equality symbol between the numerical or variable expressions.

D. a combination of expressions

35. What is an expression ? It is ________________________________.

A. a mathematical phrase made up of a variable or combination of variables, numbers

and operation

B. formed by placing an equality symbol between the numerical or variable expressions.

C. an algebraic expression containing a variable

D. any numerical or mathematical phrase with equal symbol.

36. Expression is a translation of mathematical phrase while equation is a __________________.

A. mathematical symbol

C. mathematical sentence

B. algebraic phrase

D. algebraic expression

37. In the phrase : MATHEMATICS IS FUN, what is the probability of picking a vowel when

each letter is place in a card?

A. 3/8

B. 2/3

C. 3/5

D. 3/6

38. The water bill shows the current meter reading to be 897 m 3. and the previous reading was

869 m3 . How many cubic meters of water do they consumed ?

A. 30

B. 24

C. 26

D. 28

For items 39- 43. Read, analyze, and solve the given problem.

1. A closed box 6 dm by 4 dm by 4 dm, is to be used as a drop box for lottery stub .It is

to be wrapped nicely all over. How much surface is to be wrapped?

A. What is asked in the problem ? _________________________________

2. Find the total surface area of a cylinder with a diameter of a 6 cm and a height of 8

cm.

3. A ball with a radius of 7dm is to be painted. How much paint is needed to cover the

whole surface?

A. What is the formula to be used? __________________________________

B. What is the final answer ? ______________________________________

For 44.- 48. Solve word problems involving measurement of volume following the steps in

solving problems.

1. A rectangular flower plot is 3.5 m by 2.8 m. How many cubic meters of soil will be

needed to raise the plot to a height of 1.5 m?

(44.) A. What is asked in the problem? ______________________________________

(45.) B. Write the number sentence to solve the problem? ______________________

46. A canned fruit has a radius of 8 cm. If its height is 15 cm , find its volume.

The base of a cone has a diameter of 20 cm and its altitude is 22 cm. What is its

volume?

(47.) A. What is the equation to solve the problem?_____________________________

(48.) B. What is the answer to the problem? __________________________________

49. An electric bill reads that the present electric reading is 4 826 kWh and the previous reading

was 4 451 kWh. Find the amount of electricity consumed within the billing period.

50. A 220 watt electric floor polisher has been used for 8 hours. How much will be charged to

the electricity bill if the electricity costs P3.75 per kWh?

MATHEMATICS VI

KEY TO CORRECTION

1. C

41.

2. C

42.

3.

43.

4. A

44.

5. B

45.

6. D

46.

7. B

47.

8. A

48.

9. B

49.

10. D

11. C

12. B

13. A

14.C

15. A

16. C

17. B

18. D

19. D

20.D

21. A

22. B

23. B

24.-28 PIE GRAPH

29. C

30. C

31. A

32. A

33. -15, -8, 0, 12, 23

34. C

35. A

36. C

37. A

38. D

39. The total surface area to be wrapped

40. SA= 2 ( 6 x 4 + 4X 4 + 4 x 6 )

4

207.24 cm2

SA= 4 r2

87.92 dm2

The number of cu. m needed to raise the plot

14.7 cu.m

3 014.4 cu. m

V= (3.14 x10cmx10 cmx 22cm)3

V= 2 302.67 cu. cm

375 kWh

50.

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