# Practice Test Math Covering And Surrounding

28 Questions | Total Attempts: 106  Settings  This is a practice test for Mrs. Currie's 6th grade class at Daybreak school. This is a practice on the vocabulary, finding the perimeter and area of a figure. Note: This test will be updated as new apspects of this math section are introduced to the students. Take this test as often as you like to help you review.

• 1.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: Is a linear measurement that is the longest dimension or the dimension along the bottom of a rectangle.
• A.

Width

• B.

Area

• C.

Circumference

• D.

Length

• E.

• 2.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: The measurement of the distance around a figure.
• A.

Area

• B.

Perimeter

• C.

• D.

Circle

• E.

Diameter

• 3.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: A segment from the center of a circle to a point on the circle.
• A.

Width

• B.

Length

• C.

Diameter

• D.

Pi

• E.

• 4.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: A segment that goes from one point on a circle throuh the center to another point on the circle.
• A.

Lenght

• B.

• C.

Diameter

• D.

Width

• E.

Circumferenc

• 5.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: The measure of the amount of surface enclosed by the sides of a figure.
• A.

Area

• B.

Perimeter

• C.

Circumference

• D.

Width

• E.

Length

• 6.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: The point not on the circle that is the mid point between two point on the circle.
• A.

Circumference

• B.

Perimeter

• C.

Diameter

• D.

Center

• E.

• 7.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: Is a polygon with at least two opposite edges parallel.
• A.

Triangle

• B.

Trapezoid

• C.

Circle

• D.

Ellipse

• E.

Star

• 8.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: Is the mathematical name for the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. Is the same for every circle = 3.1416
• A.

Circumference

• B.

Diameter

• C.

Pi

• D.

• E.

Pie

• 9.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: A two dimensional object in which every point is the same distance from a point that is not on the circle.
• A.

Square

• B.

Circle

• C.

Center

• D.

Circumference

• E.

Trapezoid

• 10.
Find the word that is the best match this definition: The distance around a circle. Or the perimeter of the circle.
• A.

Center

• B.

• C.

Diameter

• D.

Circumference

• E.

Pi

• 11.
We can find the perimeter of a square by adding the lengths of the sides. Before adding, make sure that the measuring _______ are all the same.
• A.

Lengths

• B.

Widths

• C.

Units

• D.

Areas

• E.

Lines

• 12.
Find the perimeter for this triangle.
• A.

90 cm

• B.

90

• C.

89 cm

• D.

89

• E.

91

• 13.
Find the perimeter of this rectangle.
• A.

190 in.

• B.

190

• C.

190 ft

• D.

189 in.

• E.

189

• 14.
Find the perimeter for the following figure:
• A.

66

• B.

43 m

• C.

43

• D.

66 m

• E.

43 in.

• 15.
Find the perimeter for the following figure:
• A.

279 cm

• B.

211 cm

• C.

157 cm

• D.

291 cm

• E.

301 cm

• 16.
To find the AREA for a rectangle is computed by multiplying the ______ on one side times the ________ of the adjoining side. This may also be expressed as multiplying the base times the height or A = L x W or A = B x H. (Hint: There are two correct responses)
• A.

Width

• B.

Area

• C.

Perimeter

• D.

• E.

Length

• 17.
Compute the area:
• A.

425 in.

• B.

375 in. squared

• C.

275 in.

• D.

425 in. squared

• E.

100 in. squared

• 18.
Compute the area: W = 3 ft L = 66 ft
• A.

198 ft squared

• B.

138 ft

• C.

138 ft squared

• D.

198 in. squared

• E.

132 ft squared

• 19.
Compute the area:
• A.

240 ft squared

• B.

20 in. squared

• C.

240 in. squared

• D.

20 ft squared

• E.

100 ft squared

• 20.
Compute the area: B = 5.6 cm H = 6.9 cm
• A.

38.64 cm squared

• B.

28.64 cm squared

• C.

250 squared

• D.

38.63 m

• E.

20 cm

• 21.
Find the missing measurement for each rectangle. Area = _____, B = 5 in., H = 47 in.
• A.

104 in. squared

• B.

235 in. squared

• C.

234 in. squared

• D.

204 in. squared

• E.

224 in squared

• 22.
Find the missing measurement for each rectangle. Area = 72 in. squared, B = 1 yd, H =
• A.

2 in.

• B.

36 ft

• C.

2 yd

• D.

2 ft

• E.

14 ft

• 23.
Find the area of a rectangle with sides equalling 3 in. and 5 in.
• A.

8 in. squared

• B.

16 in. squared

• C.

256 in. squared

• D.

15 in. squared

• E.

64 in squared

• 24.
Daybreak Middle School Campus map shows the area 2 mi by .75 mi. How many square miles was shown on the map?
• A.

2.75 square miles

• B.

5.5 square miles

• C.

5.5 miles

• D.

150 sqaure mile

• E.

1.5 square miles

• 25.
A bottle holds .75 L. How many millileters is this?
• A.

7500 ml

• B.

750 ml

• C.

75000 ml

• D.

750 L

• E.

7500 L

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