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Chapter 7 Test



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 
 
Write the word sentence as an equation.
 

 1. 

7 times a number z equals 35.
a.
7z = 35
c.
7z = 7 mc001-2.jpg 35
b.
7 mc001-1.jpg 35 = z
d.
35z = 7
 

 2. 

The sixth grade has $1579 in its class trip fund. The total amount needed for the trip is $7300. Write an equation you can use to find the amount a that needs to be raised for the trip.
a.
a = 7300 mc002-1.jpg 1579
c.
1579a = 7300
b.
a + 7300 = 1579
d.
a + 1579 = 7300
 
 
Solve the equation.  Check your solution.
 

 3. 

mc003-1.jpg
a.
11
c.
25
b.
17
d.
20
 

 4. 

mc004-1.jpg
a.
95
c.
28
b.
49
d.
51
 

 5. 

mc005-1.jpg
a.
46
c.
90
b.
50
d.
28
 
 
Solve the equation. Check your solution.
 

 6. 

54 = mc006-1.jpg
a.
486
c.
6
b.
540
d.
45
 

 7. 

15.8 = mc007-1.jpg
a.
395
c.
9.2
b.
40.8
d.
mc007-2.jpg
 
 
Solve the equation. Check your solution.
 

 8. 

mc008-1.jpg
a.
612
c.
17
b.
10
d.
102
 
 
Write and solve an equation to find the missing dimension of the figure. Check your solution.
 

 9. 

Circumference = 12.56 yd
mc009-1.jpg
a.
4 yd
c.
78.88 yd
b.
39.44 yd
d.
2 yd
 
 
Write and solve an equation to find the missing dimension of the figure. Check your solution.
 

 10. 

Volume = 924 in.mc010-1.jpgmc010-2.jpg
a.
77 in.
c.
3 in.
b.
7 in.
d.
84 in.
 

 11. 

Volume = 21,120 mmmc011-1.jpgmc011-2.jpg
a.
44 mm
c.
440 mm
b.
45 mm
d.
450 mm
 

 12. 

Volume = 192 mmmc012-1.jpgmc012-2.jpg
a.
48 mm
c.
4 mm
b.
5 mm
d.
15 mm
 

Numeric Response
 
 
Find the number of cubes it takes to fill the box.
 

 1. 

nr001-1.jpg

 

 2. 

How many 1-centimeter cubes are needed to create a cube with a side length of 9 centimeters?

 

Short Answer
 
 
Write and solve an equation to find x.
 

 1. 

Perimeter = 252 in.
sa001-1.jpg
 

 2. 

You are riding a personal watercraft at a steady cruising speed toward a dock 3000 feet away. You travel at this speed for 45 seconds. You begin to slow down 300 feet from the dock. Write and solve an equation to find your cruising speed s in feet per second.
 



 
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