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# SECOND PERIODICAL TEST IN MATHEMATICS VI

## S.Y. 2018 - 2019

&Section:___________________________
Date:_______________________________________ Score:_________
I. DIRECTION: Read each item carefully. Choose the best answer among the choices given and shade the number
of the correct answer.
A. Write a ratio or proportion for each of the following:
1. Two notebooks to eight ballpen in simplest form
① 1:4 ② 1:8 ③ 2:8 ④ 2:4
2. Eight compared to 28 in lowest term.
① 8:28 ② 1:7 ③ 2:8 ④ 2:7
3. There are 5 kites to seven boys.
① 1:14 ② 1:7 ③ 10:14 ④ 5:7

## B. Reduce these ratios to lowest terms.

4. 10:12
① 10:12 ② 5:6 ③ 5:12 ④ 10:6
5. 9:15
① 3:5 ② 3:15 ③ 9:5 ④ 1:5
6. 18:24
① 18:24 ② 3:113 ③ 3:4 ④ 1:2

## C. Solve for the missing term in each proportion.

7. 6:n = 8:12 ①6 ②8 ③9 ④ 12
8. m:7 = 6:21 ①2 ②7 ③6 ④ 21
9. 20:24 = x:6 ① 20 ②5 ③ 10 ④6

## D. Solve the following proportions and solve.

10. A stock of food is enough to feed 50 persons for 14 days. How many days will the food last if 25 more persons
①6 ②5 ③7 ④ 21
11. Four equal pumps can fill a tank in 42 minutes. How long will 6 pumps of the same kind fill the tank?
① 63 ② 53 ③ 73 ④ 23
12. If 3 farmers can plow a field in 4 days, how long will 6 farmers do it?
① 8 days ② 6 days ③ 10 days ④ 5 days
E. Analyze Solve the problems.
13. Two numbers are in the ratio 5:3. If the sum is 88, find the 2 numbers.
① 55 and 33 ② 44 and 44 ③ 66 and 22 ④ 66 and 22
14. The sum of two numbers is 215. if the ratio is 2:3, find the large number.
① 86 ② 129 ③ 215 ④ 100
15. Three boys sold garlands in the ratio of 2:3:4. Together they sold 225 garlands. How many garlands did each
boy sell?
① 30:85:110 ② 40:75:110 ③ 50:75:100 ④ 55:70:100
II. Find the correct answers.
16. When one finds what percent one number is of another, he looks for the ___.
① base ② percentage ③ rate ④ ratio
17. Finding a number when a percent and percentage of it is known means solving for the ____.
① base ② percentage ③ proportion ④ratio
18. Cesar invited 300 kids to his birthday party. Only 15% of the kids did not showed up. How many kids came to
the party?
① 45 ② 255 ③ 345 ④ 200
19. Jim, a sales agent, has an income of ₱ 30 000 and receives a commission of 5% on all sales above ₱ 75 000. If
his basic salary is ₱ 13 500, what is his total sales?
① ₱ 30 000.00 ② ₱ 16 500.00 ③ ₱ 330 000.00 ④ ₱ 405 000.00

20. Manuel, a sales agent, has a basic salary of ₱18 000 and a commission of 20% on all sales above ₱ 80 000. If his
total sales is ₱ 290 000, how much is his total income?
① ₱ 42 000.00 ② ₱ 60 000.00 ③ ₱ 80 000.00 ④ ₱ 210 000.00
21. A sofa set marked ₱ 27 000. A tax of 5% is added. What is the total cost of the sofa set.
① ₱ 1 350.00 ② ₱ 28 350.00 ③ ₱ 18 350.00 ④ ₱ 8 350.00
22. Rhoda has a deposit of ₱ 5 000 in a savings account for 2 years. If the bank pays simple interest at the rate of
6%, how much interest will she receive?
① ₱ 600.00 ② ₱ 300.00 ③ ₱ 10 000.00 ④ ₱ 5 000.00

## For Items 23 – 24.

Aling Conching went to a factory outlet of garments to avail of low prices and a good profit. Underwear A was
originally sold at ₱ 5 each. She asked herself the following:
23. If she was given 20% discount of the original price, how much was the sale price?
① ₱ 7.00 ② ₱ 6.00 ③ ₱ 5.00 ④ ₱ 4.00
24. In case she will decide to sell underwear A with a 25% profit of the original price, how much will the mark up
price be?
① ₱ 7.25 ② ₱ 6.00 ③ ₱ 6.25 ④ ₱ 4.25
25. A lady’s bag worth ₱ 1 500 has a sales tax 6%. How much will a buyer pay for the bag?
① ₱ 1 500 ② ₱1 590.00 ③ ₱ 90.00 ④ ₱ 1 000.00

III. Find the value of N that will make the statement TRUE.
26. 2N + 5 = 45
① 10 ② 20 ③ 30 ④ 40
27. N = 10 (7 + 11)
① 180 ② 81 ③ 18 ④ 150
28. N + 15 = 35 – 5
①5 ② 10 ③ 15 ④ 20
29. N/5 = 20
① 120 ② 100 ③ 80 ④ 60
30. 2 (N + 6) = 22
①5 ②6 ③7 ④8

## IV. A. Represent each real-life situation with an integer.

31. Mary moves 3 steps backward as she dances.
① 3 ② +3 ③ -3 ④ -30
32. Sam lost 2 pounds after a week of doing her routine exercise.
①2 ② -2 ③ +2 ④ Any of the 3
33. Roby drives 15m eastward along EDSA.
① 15 ② +15 ③ -15 ④ Both 1 and 2
34. 600 m above the ground
① -600 ② +600 ③ 600 ④ Both 2 and 3
35. lost 15 points
① 15 ② +15 ③ -15 ④ Both 1 and 2
36. saved Php 20.00
① -20 ② +20 ③ 20 ④ Both 2 and 3

## B. Fill in the box with <, >, or =.

37. 25 - 25
①< ②> ③= ④ None of them
38. -16 - 16
①< ②> ③= ④ None of them
39. -15 - 14
①< ②> ③= ④ None of them

## C. Use a number line to identify the points describe.

40. 3 units to the right of 1
①6 ② -2 ③4 ④ -4
41. 5 units to the left of 0
①5 ② -5 ③ +5 ④ -4
42. 3 units to the right of +6
①9 ② -9 ③ +5 ④ -4

## 43. Arrange the integers in ascending Order 5, -7, -11, 6

① 5, -7, -11, 6 ② -11, -7, 5, 6 ③ 6, 5, -7, -11 ④ -7, -77, 5, 6
44. Arrange the integers in Descending Order 0, -2, 9, -3, 4
① 0, -2, 9, -3, 4 ② -3, -2, 0, 4, 9 ③ 9, 4, 0, -2, -3 ④ 9, 4, -3, -2, 0

## D. Perform the indicated operation.

45. (+348) + (-18) + (-58) =
① 272 ② -272 ③ 424 ④ -424
46. 24 – (+12)=
① 12 ② 36 ③ -12 ④ -36
47. 2(5)(-6)(-5)=
① 300 ② -300 ③ -150 ④ 150
48. -3(3)(5)(-1)=
① -45 ② -40 ③ 45 ④ 40
49. -420 ÷ 20 =
① 21 ② -21 ③ -420 ④ 420
50. (- 630) ÷ (-15) =
① 42 ② -42 ③ -150 ④ 150