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Remember when your 6th-grade math teacher tried to convince you that you’d absolutely need math “in the real world”? And that when you did, you certainly wouldn’t be using a calculator?

You’re probably never going to need to figure out how many watermelons Linda brought from the market if she boShow More

Remember when your 6th-grade math teacher tried to convince you that you’d absolutely need math “in the real world”? And that when you did, you certainly wouldn’t be using a calculator?

You’re probably never going to need to figure out how many watermelons Linda brought from the market if she bought 500 and gave 21 away to Bernard, but you might want to know what the cheapest pizza is per inch. (If one slice has a 6-inch edge and a 45-degree angle, and the other slice has a 7inch edge and a 20-degree angle, which should you buy? Pizza math is the only math I care about).

But hey, your teacher was kind of right. You are going to use math in the real world. The moment has come. Let’s see if I’ll be hiring you to figure out all my pizza conundrums in the future. Take out a piece of paper and a #2 pencil, because we’re about to kick some 6th-grade math BUTT.

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1

Which measure of average can have more than one value?

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Mean.

Median.

Mode.

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2

Which number is closest to 500?

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525.

491.

511.

408.

550.

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3

If a = b — c, then c = ...

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b — a.

a + b.

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4

Sam rents a bike, and has to return it by 3 PM. The time is 2:25 PM. How many minutes does Sam have left?

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55 minutes.

35 minutes.

75 minutes.

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5

What is the number 4567 to one significant figure?

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5000.

4000.

4500

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The numbers in a sequence increase by 30 each time. The sequence starts: 20, 50, 80, 110...Which number in the sequence is closest to 300?

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310.

300.

290.

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7

What is 16.72 x 5?

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83.6

84.3

86.3

83.4

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8

_1 — 2_ = 34. What two digits are missing in this equation?

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3 and 5.

5 and 3.

7 and 6.

6 and 7.

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9

What is 55% of 640?

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288.

352.

384.

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10

A box contains 20 pieces of candy. 8 are yellow, 4 are black, and the rest are green. What's the probability that a piece of candy taken from the box — without looking — will be green?

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1/5.

8/10.

2/5.

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11

What is the highest common factor of 24 and 40?

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4.

8.

12.

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12

What is an improper fraction?

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A fraction in which the denominator is smaller than the numerator.

A fraction in which the numerator is smaller than the denominator.

A fraction in which the denominator is not a whole number.

A fraction in which the numerator is not a whole number.

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13

Solve for "a" in the following equation: 3a + 1 = 16 - 2a

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3.

4.

5.

6.

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Bonus round: which of these is the closest approximation of pi?

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