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GRADE 7

MATHEMATICS

Administered January 2010

Name: ________________________ Class: ___________________ Date: __________

7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test

**1. Janeska ran in 3 races. The distances 3. Randy and his 5 friends played a card
**

she ran in the races were 5 kilometers, game in which the person with the

4.25 kilometers, and 5.5 kilometers. lowest final score wins. The table below

How many meters did Janeska run in shows the final scores for all the

the 3 races altogether? players except Erica.

A. 48,500 m

B. 15,000 m

C. 1,475 m

D. 14,750 m

1

2. Mrs. Newsome said that of the

8

faculty at Long High School had

attended the school as teenagers.

Which decimal and percent are

1

equivalent to ?

8

**F. 1.25, 125% If Erica won the game and the range of
**

G. 1.8, 180% the scores was 17, what was Erica’s

H. 0.125, 12.5% score?

J. 0.18, 18%

A. 106

B. 104

C. 124

D. 140

7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 1

13 cubic feet 6. Lin uses cylindrical doing various jobs. he is paid $20 for each hour he works with the tractor. How many questions did Bradley NOT answer correctly on his test? F. 16 cubic feet C. of $100 for each job. 18 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 2 . Multiply 100 by 10 and then add 20 If Mrs. to the product which is closest to the total volume of both containers? A. Which shows how to find the amount Arthur should be paid for working with the tractor for 10 hours? F. 24 G. There were 30 questions on the test. Lin uses 2 of these containers. 4. 8 cubic feet D. 6 J. Arthur uses his own tractor while 5. In addition to the flat fee. He is paid a flat fee containers like the one shown below. Multiply 20 by 10 and then add 100 to the product H. Add 20 to 100 and then multiply the sum by 10 J. 20 H. Bradley answered 80% of the questions on his science test correctly. Add 20 to 10 and then multiply the sum by 100 G. and all the questions had equal value. 6 cubic feet B. For storage Mrs.

7. 1. What is the best estimate of the total number of students who will attend the presentation? A.500 B. 2. and an angle of 104° is: How many students are in the school band? A.800 C. isosceles and acute H.125 8. The speaker used the following information to estimate the total number of students who will attend the presentation. Of the 850 students at Brown Middle 9. 323 J. • There are 3 middle schools. A triangle with two congruent sides School. 32 C. 1. A school district hired a speaker to present some information for career day to the middle school students in the district. scalene and obtuse F. 527 D. 750 D. • There are 25–30 students in each homeroom. 38% are in the school band. • There are 20–25 homeroom classes in each middle school. 812 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 3 . isosceles and obtuse G. isosceles and right B.

10. what is the measure of its complementary angle? A.5 and 4 by 2 to see whether the quotients are the same G. Divide 4 by 1.5 to see whether the quotients are the same 11. Which method could be used to prove that the rectangles are similar? F. Divide 1. The drawing below shows the side view of a picture frame on a desk. Divide 3 by 1. 115° 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 4 . If m∠1 is 75°.5 by 4 and 2 by 3 to see whether the quotients are the same J. Divide 3 by 2 and 4 by 1. Look at the 2 rectangles below. 25° B. 15° D. 105° C.5 and 2 by 3 to see whether the quotients are the same H.

R. The table is in the shape of a regular 1 hexagon. Marilou needs to cut a piece of glass for her table. 18 ft 14. 12 ft C. Stephanie needs to purchase containers that hold 2 cups each. R. T. What is the perimeter of the 2 piece of glass? A. S 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 5 . To package the cocoa mix. • The sum of the heights of these 3 people is 17 feet 5 inches. 5 feet 11 inches J. R. • The shortest person is 5 feet 4 inches tall. Which would be the correct order for Stephanie to do the following steps to find the number of boxes of containers she needs to buy? Step R: Divide the total number of cups of cocoa mix by 2. She makes 230 cups of one flavor of cocoa mix and 180 cups of another flavor. 5 feet 4 inches 13. How tall is the tallest person? F. 12 feet 1 inch H. T. The glass should measure 1 feet on each side. 9 ft D.5 ft B. F. Step S: Find the sum of the numbers of cups of the two different types of cocoa mix. 7. 6 feet 2 inches G. T G. • The other 2 people differ in height by 3 inches. S. Laneitre is trying to figure out the heights of 3 people. The containers are sold in boxes of 50. R. Here are the facts she knows. T H. 12. Step T: Divide the number of containers needed by 50 to find the number of boxes of containers to buy. Stephanie makes cocoa mix to sell at the winter fair. S J. S.

A 10-ounce box of cereal costs $2. 16 and 64. Our difference is 48. The 10-ounce box is the better buy because $2. because their difference is 48 and their greatest common factor is 16 B. Which of these statements the lamp shade shown below. The 10-ounce box is the better buy because it is less expensive per ounce of cereal. 32 and 80.98. The 20-ounce box is the better buy because two of the 10-ounce boxes cost more than one 20-ounce box. 16. because their difference is 48 D. and $3 goes into $5. Our greatest common factor is 16. We are 2-digit numbers. The 20-ounce box is the better buy About how many centimeters long because it is more expensive per should Brenda make the string of ounce of cereal. C. A. The will help a shopper decide which box is diameter of the bottom of the lamp the better buy? shade is 16 centimeters. 15. 16 and 48. 25 cm J. Blackburn wrote the following riddle on the board for her mathematics class. 79 cm H. because their difference is 48 and their greatest common factor is 16 C. What are the 2 numbers of the riddle? A. because their greatest common factor is 16 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 6 . D. 50 cm G. Mrs. 201 cm 17. beads? F. B. Our sum is 112.49 about 3 times.49.98 is about $3. 48 and 96. Brenda wants to attach a string of and a 20-ounce box of the same cereal beads along the circular bottom edge of costs $5.

The table shows several countries and the portion of their population that is under age 15. Chad. Benin. Chad G. Ethiopia. United States H. Uganda J. Benin. Uganda. United States. Benin. Ethiopia. United States. Ethiopia. Which of the following lists the countries in order from least to greatest portion of the population under age 15? F. Uganda. Chad. 18. Ethiopia. United States. Chad. Benin. Uganda 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 7 .

C. 2n + 4 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 8 .000 times before lifting the helicopter off the ground.2 G. 4n + 2 H. The helicopter rotor will spin 2.000 times in 1 hour.000 times in 40 minutes. The helicopter rotor will spin 30. The helicopter rotor will spin 4. Which rule can be used to find the value of any term in the sequence below where n represents the position of the term? F. 8n . D. Which statement is best supported by this information? A. The drawing below shows the rotor of a helicopter. This helicopter has a rotor that moves at a rate of 500 spins per minute while flying.000 times in 3 hours. 19. The helicopter rotor will spin 15. 20. 3n + 3 J. B.

The model below can be used to 23. x = 12 B. Peter wants to find the perimeter of represent the area of a square with a the isosceles trapezoid shown below. What value of x makes the equation true? A. 5 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 9 . Which equation could Peter use to find P. The equation 3x + 3 = x + 9 is modeled below. 125 J. x = 4 C. x = 3 D. 5 H. x = 6 22. the perimeter of the trapezoid? A. P = (8 + 14) · 4 ÷ 2 C. P = 8 + 5 + 14 + 4 What is another way to represent the D. side length of 25 units. P = 8 + 14 + (2 · 5) B. 125 G. 21. P = 8 · 14 + 5 side length of this square? F.

.1 . . . 4 2 4 4 2 A.2 in. Patrice records the number of calories she burns while exercising each day. 1 3 1 3 1 .6 in. If the train is 60 which n represents the position of a feet long..4 in.. 1.8 in. . . 9. . B. 1. . as shown below. 0 calories H. 24. 250 calories J. . 1 1 3 1 1 . 1 . what is the length in inches term in the sequence? that Lindy should build the model of the train? F. 4. 150 calories 25. H. 1. 1 3 1 3 1 . . 2. G. 2. 310 calories G. 1 . . 4 2 4 2 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 10 . 1 . in train using a scale where 2 inches 4 represents 25 feet. 2 . .1 . 1..2 . 4 4 4 4 4 C. . 1 . D. . . 1 . . Which sequence follows the rule . Lindy is planning to build a model of a n 26. 1 . 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 J. Day 1: 250 calories Day 2: 350 calories Day 3: 400 calories Day 4: 250 calories Day 5: 300 calories How many calories must Patrice burn on the sixth day to have a mean of 300 calories burned for the 6 days? F.

He also is to create a 3-dimensional triangular knows how many pounds of fertilizer to pyramid out of paper. The price of each bag of fertilizer F. H. 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 11 . What could Yasmeen use to create a additional information does the farmer triangular pyramid? need to know in order to determine the number of bags of fertilizer he should buy? A. The type of grass in his pasture G. Which net below spread per square yard. J. The final project in Yasmeen’s art class of his rectangular pasture. 27. The number of pounds of fertilizer in each bag B. A farmer knows the length and width 28. C. The number of bags of fertilizer his truck will hold D.

$0. how much money. What is x. the equation x . Miranda picked 16 apples and ate 1 of them.50 to buy a 32. to save the same amount each week. G. the total amount of Jordan’s allowance? 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 12 . What is x.38 these data? G. $0. Leon bought a dozen daisies for $3. If she wants snack bar in one day. Which is closest to the amount Leon paid for each daisy? Which statement is best supported by F. What is x. 5. There are a total of 690 students spent running and the time he attending classes at the school. $0. in dollars and cents.5 C. Nora wants to save $82. There are 300 students at the school J. 6. spent walking? B.5 D.31 H. The data in the table below show the special gift for her mother. Which situation is best represented by students who bought nachos. the total number of balls pitched? D. $0. 7.4 = 16? H. Cecilia has hit 4 of the last 16 balls pitched. 29.75. the milk. The number of students who bought chocolate milk is 55% of the number A.5 B. must Nora save each week? A. the number of 4 apples she had left? C.29 F. She has 15 number of lunch items sold at a school weeks to save the money. Felipe ran for 16 minutes and of students who bought regular walked for 4 minutes.25 who do not like hamburgers. 4. difference between the time he J. The number of students who bought hamburgers is 50% of the number of 31. What is x. Jordan spent $4 of his allowance and had $16 left.5 30.

Set S: 9. 6. landfills J. landfills. Numbers greater than 5 Which of the following statements is NOT supported by the graph? F. Rubber and leather and food and 1 yard waste make up of U. Numbers that are composite D. Numbers divisible by 6 C. 66. The amount of paper is more than twice the amount of metal in U. Paper and other trash make up 1 more than of U. 12. 15.S. Numbers less than 70 B. The numbers in Set R share a common 34. 2 G.S.S. 24 The numbers in Set S do not share this characteristic. 27. 4 landfills H. 33.S. 39. 20. 54. landfills 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 13 . The circle graph below shows the characteristic.S. materials in U. landfills. Set R: 48. 44 Which best describes the characteristic that only the numbers in Set R share? A. 63. The amount of plastic is triple the amount of metal in U.

1). 1). 35. (1. (1. (5. –3) C. (–2. (–2. (–3. 1). 5). 1). –2). –2). 1) D. (5. (1. (–3. 1) B. (1. Max drew a triangle on the coordinate plane shown below. Which of the following best represents the coordinates of the vertices of KLM? A. (1. (1. –3) 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 14 . 5).

36. H. Which graph shows the correct relationship between the side length and perimeter of each square garden Charlie can build? F. G. 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 15 . J. The table below shows the different sizes of square gardens Charlie can build.

Lynne works at a bank and earns $9.25 C. If Lynne works 35 hours each priced at 7 for $1.75 A. 37. The top.75 D. $10. $8.25. 9. front. $9.75 × 35 × 12 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 16 . 9. What was the week. C. to determine her total earnings for 1 not including tax? year? F. 38.70 B. Which solid figure is best represented by these views? A.75 at 3 for $0. which expression could be used total cost of the hats and noisemakers. 9. D. and side views of a solid figure made of cubes are shown below. DeAndre bought 15 party hats priced 39.75 × 52 J. $13.75 × 35 G.65 and 56 noisemakers per hour. 9.75 × 35 × 52 H. B.

What is the value of the expression below? 10 + 7 · 8 2 ÷ 2 A. 234 B. 40. 66 C. 20.000 ft 2 J.680 ft 2 G. 17. 19.680 ft 2 H.280 ft 2 41. 544 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 17 . What was the area in square feet that was sprayed? F. A pest-control company was hired to spray the lawn represented by the shaded region shown below. 61 D. 37.

⋅2 = d π 43. 42. Which circle graph best represents the as shown in the drawing below. =d π H. 30 = π ⋅ d ⋅ 2 30 G. A survey asked 50 students which activities they like to participate in during the summer. If each basketball has a circumference of 30 inches. D. 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 18 . which equation could be used to find d. survey are shown in the table below. 30 ⋅ π ⋅ = 2 ⋅ d 30 J. the diameter of the hoop? B. Two basketballs can fit inside a hoop. The results of the C. data in this table? A. F.

s + 100 + (–30) + 450 + (–120) G. The bus was between 1 second and 5 minutes late most of the time. If the newspaper started the year with s subscriptions. The table below shows the percent of time that the bus arrived on time or was late. A newspaper gains and loses subscribers daily. C. D. The bus was more than 10 minutes late most of the time. which expression can be used to find how many subscriptions the newspaper had at the end of the two-month period? F. s + 100 + 450 J. as some people subscribe and other people cancel their subscriptions. Which statement is best supported by the data in the table? A. The table below shows the subscriptions and cancellations for a newspaper during the first two months of the year. Lisa’s principal kept a record of the times Lisa’s school bus arrived at school. 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 19 . 44. B. s + (–30) + (–120) H. s + 100 + 30 + 450 + 120 45. The bus was late less than half the time. The bus was late a higher percent of the time than it was on time.

coconut). (tuna. Ed is reading the math problem shown 47. tuna).2 cookies and oatmeal cookies. oatmeal). (Tuna. oatmeal) and two tenths B. H. Three and two tenths divided by one D. (Tuna.6 3. coconut). (coconut. One and six hundredths divided by oatmeal) three and two hundredths C. 46. G. family. Move 8 units left and 4 units up H. Beatrice translated trapezoid RSTU to trapezoid R'S'T'U'. oatmeal) J. (Tuna. She made coconut 1. Vertex S was at (4. F. Move 1 unit left and 3 units up right 7th Grade TAKS Mathematics Test 20 . which best describes this translation? F. (chicken. She made tuna sandwiches and chicken sandwiches. chicken). (Tuna. chicken). oatmeal) 48. oatmeal). oatmeal). coconut). Three and two hundredths divided (tuna. Move 3 units down and 7 units J. (chicken. by one and six hundredths (chicken. and six tenths (tuna. 1). 4). One and six tenths divided by three (tuna. (chicken. coconut). coconut). If vertex S' is at (–3. oatmeal). (chicken. Sheldon made lunch for her below. (chicken. Move 7 units left and 3 units up G. (chicken. Which list shows all possible outcomes if a person picked one sandwich at random and Which is a correct way to read this one cookie at random? problem? A. Mrs.

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