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STUDENT NAME TAKS–M Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills–Modified GRADE MATHEMATICS Administered April 2009 Copyright © 2009, Texas Education Agency All rights reserved Reproduction of all or portions of this work is prohibited without express written permission from the Texas Education Agency MATHEMATICS Page Page Mathematics Chart LENGTH Metric Customary kilometer = 1000 meters mile = 1760 yards meter = 100 centimeters mile = 5280 feet centimeter = 10 millimeters yard = feet foot = 12 inches CAPACITY AND VOLUME Metric Customary liter = 1000 milliliters gallon = quarts gallon = 128 fluid ounces quart = pints pint = cups cup = fluid ounces MASS AND WEIGHT Metric Customary kilogram = 1000 grams ton = 2000 pounds gram = 1000 milligrams pound = 16 ounces TIME year = 365 days year = 12 months year = 52 weeks week = days day = 24 hours hour = 60 minutes minute = 60 seconds Metric and customary rulers can be found on the separate Mathematics Chart Page Page DIRECTIONS Read each question Then fill in the correct answer on your answer document SAMPLE A football stadium has 52,490 seats There were 49,790 people at the stadium for last week’s game How many seats were empty? A 2,300 B 3,700 C 2,700 Page Which of these shows only a rotation? A P P B P P C Page P P GO ON The model below is shaded to show — F 16 G 11 16 H 1 Mario is estimating an object’s weight in tons Mario is most likely estimating the weight of a — A pencil B math book C school bus Page GO ON Look at the table below It shows the number of new members who joined a club during a 2-month period Club Membership Month Number of New Members January 182 February 125 Which of these is closest to the total number of new members during these months? F 200 G 300 H 400 Page 10 GO ON 21 Look at the table below It shows the numbers Roberta put into a machine and the numbers that came out of the machine Roberta’s Machine In Out 22 18 23 19 24 20 What happened to each number Roberta put into this machine? A Each number put into the machine had subtracted from it B Each number put into the machine had added to it C Each number put into the machine had subtracted from it 22 Derek earned $7 for each hour he worked If he earned $84, how many hours did Derek work? F 10 hours G 12 hours H 102 hours Page 22 GO ON 23 Look at the arrows in the drawing of a baseball field They show the paths of runners 2nd base 3rd base 1st base Home plate Which statement is true about the arrows in this drawing? A They are curved B They are perpendicular C They are parallel Page 23 GO ON 24 Look at the table below It shows the heights of sisters Sisters’ Heights Sister Height (inches) Kate 56 Emily 48 Which describes how much taller Kate is than Emily? F The difference between 56 and 48 G The product of 56 and 48 H The quotient of 56 and 48 25 In which number sentence does make the equation true? A 60 ÷ = 10 B 10 + = 60 C 60 × 10 = Page 24 GO ON 26 Look at the table below It shows the price of some items in a school store School Store Item Price Pencil 30¢ Eraser 35¢ Sticker 40¢ Aaron used quarters to pay for one item If he received dime in change, which of these items did Aaron buy? F Pencil G Eraser H Sticker Page 25 GO ON 27 Look at the bar graph below It shows the number of friends that Chris, Maria, Jared, and Lisa made at summer camp Summer Camp Friends 20 18 16 14 Number 12 of Friends 10 Made Chris Maria Jared Lisa Based on the graph, which statement is true? A Jared made 12 more friends than Maria B Maria made 10 more friends than Lisa C Chris made times as many friends as Maria Page 26 GO ON 28 Irene is sewing a quilt • Her goal is to finish 0.75 of the quilt by Friday • She has finished 0.52 of the quilt The shaded part of the model below shows the part of the quilt Irene has finished How much more of the quilt does Irene need to finish in order to reach her goal of 0.75? F 0.23 G 1.27 H 0.13 Page 27 GO ON 29 Look at the line segments inside the figures shown below Figure R Figure S Figure T Which figure has line segments that appear to form right angles? A Figure R B Figure S C Figure T 30 Which number sentence is in the same fact family as 72 ÷ = F G × ? × 72 = = 72 H × 72 = Page 28 GO ON 31 Look at the rectangle below Which model below is shaded to show a fraction equivalent to the shaded part of the rectangle? A B C Page 29 GO ON 32 A school cafeteria had 48 oranges An equal number of oranges was put in each of boxes Which expression can be used to find the number of oranges in each box? F 48 − G 48 + H 48 ÷ Page 30 GO ON 33 Look at the thermometer below It shows the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit 70 °F 60 50 40 30 If the temperature rises 16°F, which thermometer shows the new temperature? 70 °F 70 50 70 60 60 A °F B 50 60 C 50 40 40 40 30 30 30 Page 31 °F GO ON 34 Which number has the greatest value? F 4,600,000 G 4,006,000 H 4,060,000 BE SURE ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS ARE RECORDED Page 32 ON THE ANSWER DOCUMENT TAKS-M GRADE MATHEMATICS APRIL 2009 ... difference between 56 and 48 G The product of 56 and 48 H The quotient of 56 and 48 25 In which number sentence does make the equation true? A 60 ÷ = 10 B 10 + = 60 C 60 × 10 = Page 24 GO ON 26 Look at... school cafeteria had 48 oranges An equal number of oranges was put in each of boxes Which expression can be used to find the number of oranges in each box? F 48 − G 48 + H 48 ÷ Page 30 GO ON 33... in degrees Fahrenheit 70 °F 60 50 40 30 If the temperature rises 16°F, which thermometer shows the new temperature? 70 °F 70 50 70 60 60 A °F B 50 60 C 50 40 40 40 30 30 30 Page 31 °F GO ON
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