# 6th Grade Math And ELA Section

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• 1.

• A.

40

• B.

80

• C.

56

• D.

200

• E.

400

D. 200
• 2.

### Solve this.81+4 x 10=

• A.

8100

• B.

8500

• C.

8100

• D.

85

• E.

850

E. 850
Explanation
The given equation is 81 + 4 x 10. According to the order of operations (PEMDAS/BODMAS), we should first perform the multiplication, which gives us 4 x 10 = 40. Then, we add 81 and 40 to get the final answer of 121. However, none of the given options match this result, so the correct answer is not available.

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• 3.

• 4.

### Find the mean?81,82,84,86

• A.

82

• B.

83.25

• C.

83

• D.

85

• E.

83.025

B. 83.25
Explanation
The mean is the average of a set of numbers. To find the mean, you add up all the numbers in the set and then divide the sum by the total number of values. In this case, the set of numbers is 81, 82, 84, and 86. Adding these numbers gives us a sum of 333. Dividing this sum by 4 (the total number of values) gives us the mean, which is 83.25.

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• 5.

### 81+ 87 x2=

• A.

335

• B.

334

• C.

255

• D.

339

• E.

340

C. 255
Explanation
The expression 81 + 87 × 2 equals 255. It's calculated by first multiplying 87 by 2, resulting in 174, then adding it to 81.

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• 6.

### What is the best estimate of the number 738?

• A.

740

• B.

737

• C.

735

• D.

7400

• E.

74

A. 740
Explanation
The best estimate of the number 738 would be 740 because it is the closest whole number to 738.

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• 7.

### 82 is?

• A.

68

• B.

16

• C.

6

• D.

10

• E.

64

E. 64
Explanation
The correct answer is 64 because it is the only number in the options that is a square of a whole number. 82 is not divisible evenly by any of the other options.

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• 8.

• A.

1375

• B.

15

• C.

86

• D.

1337

• E.

15

D. 1337
• 9.

### What is the plural of moose?

• A.

Mooses

• B.

Moose's

• C.

Mosser

• D.

Moose

• E.

Moosees

D. Moose
Explanation
The word "moose" is an irregular noun and its plural form remains the same, which is also "moose". Therefore, the correct answer is "moose".

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• 10.

### Plural of goose

• A.

Goose

• B.

Geese

• C.

Geenes

• D.

Gregors

• E.

Gaave

B. Geese
Explanation
The correct answer is "geese" because it is the plural form of the word "goose." In English, some nouns form their plurals by changing their vowel sound or adding an -s or -es ending. "Geese" follows this pattern, where the vowel sound of "oo" in "goose" changes to "ee" in its plural form.

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• 11.

### Plural of foot

• A.

Foot

• B.

Feet

• C.

Ffots

• D.

Foots

• E.

Footsen

B. Feet
Explanation
The correct answer is "feet" because when referring to more than one foot, the plural form is "feet". This is a common irregular plural in English, where the vowel sound changes from "oo" to "ee".

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• 12.

### Plural of child

• A.

Childs

• B.

Child's

• C.

Childs'

• D.

Child

• E.

Children

E. Children
Explanation
The correct answer is "children" because the plural form of "child" is "children".

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• 13.

### Write an idiom.

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