This quiz illustrates the range of difficulty expected by the following Common Core State (CCS) standards:

Question | Common Core Standard # | CCSS Excerpt |

1 | 6.EE.1 | ...evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents... |

2 | 6.EE.1 | ...evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents... |

3 | 6.EE.2c | ...evaluate expressions at specific values of their variables... |

4 | 6.EE.3 | ...apply the properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions... |

5 | 6.EE.4 | ...identify when two expressions are equivalent... |

6 | 6.EE.4 | ...identify when two expressions are equivalent... |

7 | 6.EE.7 | ...solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations... |

8 | 6.EE.7 | ...solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations... |

9 | 6.EE.7 | ...solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations... |

10 | 6.EE.9 | ...use variables to represent two quantities in a real-world problem that change in relationship to one another; write an equation to express one quantity... |

Question 1:

(2^{3} - 2^{2}) × 4 - 3^{2} =

Question 2:

(3^{4} + 4)÷5 =

Question 3: Use the formula *V = 6s ^{2}* to find the surface area of a cube with the sides of length s = 1/3.

Question 4: 12x - 3y + 33 =

Question 5: The expression

Question 6: (3/4)×(5/9) =

Question 7: Find

2x + 3 = 35

Question 8: A food store has two sacks of rice weighing 26.3 kg each. What quantity of rice was sold during a day, if at the end of the day the total quantity of rice in the store is 35.5kg?

Question 9: Find the solution

12x = 32.

Question 10: A vehicle travels at constant speed as seen in the graph below:

The relationship between distance and time can be represented by the equation

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