Go Math Chapter 4 Test (Ratios and Rates), Grade 6

by Jennifer Karmon

| 55 QuestionsNote from the author:

Chapter 4 of Go Math in grade 6 deals with ratios and rates. Note: My students did not love how I handled the formatting of this one. It was my first attempt! Subsequent chapter tests might be better.

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Draw your answer here.

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Type your answer here.

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Draw your answer here.

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Type ONE different way to write the ratio 4 to 9 here.

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Type one other way to write the ratio 4 to 9 here.

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Mark all that apply.

3 to 8

5 to 8

3 : 8

5 : 3

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Did Maynor and Paul ride the same number of miles per minute? Complete the tables of equivalent ratios to support your answer.

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How many markers can he buy for $21?

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Show your work here.

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Which can costs less per ounce?

Vegetable

Chicken

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Yes, Charlie's ratio is equivalent to Melody's.

No, Charlie's ratio is not equivalent to Melody's.

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Explain your answer.

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Use the ordered pairs to graph the distance traveled over time.

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How far did Marc run in 7 minutes? Use the graph to create a table, then figure out your answer by extending the table.

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Which stores sell apples at a lower unit price?

Store A

Store B

Store C

Store D

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How much will Kayden pay for 11 packs of paper?

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Explain how Hector could have found his answer.

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