In the game, players draw one name card and for quadrilaterals from a bag. The name card tells the players which quadrilateral will give them points. For example, if a player drew the name ‘rectangle’ and picked 2 quadrilaterals that were rectangles, the player would earn 10 points for each rectangle.
Player A picked the name ‘trapezium’ and the figures shown below.
How many points did player A get?
Sample question 1: Fractions (addition and subtraction of fractions with different denominators)
The width of a picture frame is 16 3/5 centimeters. Its length is 4 4/5 centimeters longer than the width. Find the length and the perimeter of the picture frame. Write the answer in simplest form.
Sample question 2: Decimals (multiplication)
Use mental math to complete the pattern.
Sample question 1:Elementary algebra
A meal at a school cafeteria contains fruit and pizza. Write a variable expression for the total cost of cheese pizza meals, mushroom pizza meals, and Hawaiian pizza meals.
Sample question 2: Simple equations (two steps)
Matthew is 8 years old and Joe is 47 years old. In how many years will Joe be four times as old as Matthew?
Sample question 1: Area (parallelograms, triangles, trapeziums and polygons)
Select the base and height of the obtuse triangle.
The 7th grade students at Knowre Middle School voted on what sports to play at their next activity day. What percent of the students voted to play field hockey?
Sample question 1:Simple equations (brackets; non-integral coefficients or constants)
Miranda is going trekking with three of her friends. They decided to split up their trekking gear so that the weight of the gear would be shared equally. When Miranda's backpack was empty, it weighed
1 1/2 kilograms. After Miranda's bag was packed, it weighed 15 kilograms. What was the total weight of the group's trekking gear?
Sample question 1: Perimeter (circumference)
Knowreville's currency is the Knowre dollar. The watermark on the one-dollar bill is made up of twelve semicircles, or half-circles, with equal diameters. The length of the diameter for six semicircles on the watermark is 36 mm. Find the length of the watermark on the bill. Write the answer in terms of π.
Sample question 1: Symmetry
The figures are reflected over the line. Identify the figures that result in a rhombus after the reflection.
Sample question 1: Pie Chart
200 high school students were surveyed about their favorite subject. How many of the students chose math?
The average of a data set can be found by adding all the values, then dividing the sum by the number of values. Find the average of the data shown on the line plot.