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## คณิต EP สอบเข้า ม.1 ภาษาอังกฤษ

1. Which equation demonstrates the identity property of multiplication?

2. Which equation demonstrates the distributive property?

3. Which equation demonstrates the commutative property of multiplication?

4. Which of these is equivalent to the expression shown below

5. Which properties are demonstrated in these steps?

6. What is the solution to this equation?

7. Which point is found on the line represented by the equation y + 6 = x?

8. Which equation is equivalent to y – 3 = x?

9. John had a jar that contained x dimes. He put another 58 dimes in the jar and now has a total of 84 dimes. Which equation could be used to find x, the number of dimes John had in the jar originally?

10. Vicki sold 48 picture frames at a craft fair and had 36 left. Which equation could be used to find n, the number of picture frames Vicki originally had?

11. Which of these lists of integers is in order from greatest to least?

12. The table shows the mean temperatures for each of five days during one week last winter.

Which lists the weekdays in order from the day with the lowest mean temperature to the day with the highest mean temperature?

Which lists the weekdays in order from the day with the lowest mean temperature to the day with the highest mean temperature?

13. Chad works at a flower shop located on the 80th floor of a building. He went down 60 floors to deliver flowers, back up 15 floors, and finally down 2 floors to make a third delivery. Which floor was Chad on when he made the third delivery?

14. Theresa had $1,000 in her checking account and a balance of $800 to pay on a loan. Theresa used money from her checking account to make a payment that decreased her loan to half of the balance. What is her new checking account balance?

15. The table lists all of the deposits and withdrawals Harold made to his bank account during the month of March.

If there was $450 in Harold's bank account on March 1, what was his bank account balance at the end of March?

If there was $450 in Harold's bank account on March 1, what was his bank account balance at the end of March?

16. There are 42 students in Kim's band class. Of those students, 31 are girls. Which proportion can be used to find x, the percent of students in the class that are boys?

17. The ratio of time Tim spends on math homework to science homework is 5 to 4. If he spends 40 minutes on math homework, how many minutes does he spend on science homework?

18. Ronnie's Furniture Store had a sale on Saturday. Every item was reduced by 15%. Mike purchased these items.

Which amount is closest to the total cost of Mike's purchases after the 15% discount and including the 6% sales tax?

Which amount is closest to the total cost of Mike's purchases after the 15% discount and including the 6% sales tax?

19. Steven earns $12 an hour plus a 15% commission from every sale that he makes. During a two-week period, Steven worked 80 hours and made a total of $1,300 in sales. What was the total amount of Steven's paycheck for the two-week period?

20. Which model represents 3^2?

21. Which of these models can be used to represent the area of a square with a side length of \sqrt{4}?

22. Josh has 56 identical square tiles. Which change would

__best__allow Josh to combine all of the square tiles he has to create a single square?
23. Which model is shaded to represent \sqrt{144}?

24. The square root of 154 is between which two integers?

25. Which whole number is closest to the value of \sqrt{126}?

26. Which point is

__closest__to the value of \sqrt{905} on the number line?
27. Leticia drew a triangle with exactly two sides of equal length. What type of triangle did Leticia draw?

28. Which kind of triangle has angles with these three measures?

29. The figure shows a rectangle divided into two congruent triangles.

Which term best describes these triangles?

Which term best describes these triangles?

30. Which type of triangle is

__always__similar to all other triangles of the same type?
31. Penny drew a quadrilateral with these characteristics.

What type of quadrilateral did Penny draw?

What type of quadrilateral did Penny draw?

32. Which term best describes this quadrilateral?

33. The drawing shows parallel lines l and m intersected by transversal t.

Which statement about angles 2 and 4 is true?

Which statement about angles 2 and 4 is true?

34. The drawing shows parallel lines l and m intersected by transversal t.

Which statement best describes angles 1 and 5?

Which statement best describes angles 1 and 5?

35. In this drawing, two rays begin at point R on line QV.

Which statement about ⦟QRS and ⦟VRS is true?

Which statement about ⦟QRS and ⦟VRS is true?

36. Two lines intersect at a 35° angle, as shown.

What is the value of x?

What is the value of x?

37. Which point best represents the ordered pair (−3, 6) on this coordinate grid?

38. Point K is located at (−3, 8) on a coordinate plane. In which quadrant is point K located?

39. Which best describes the one-step transformation in position from Figure 1 to Figure 2?

40. Which best shows the position of the parallelogram QRST after it is reflected across the y-axis to form parallelogram Q'R'S'T'?

41. The shaded figure on the grid is a quadrilateral.

Which is closest to the area, in square units, of the quadrilateral?

Which is closest to the area, in square units, of the quadrilateral?

42. The figure shown is made up of line segments that meet at right angles.

What is the perimeter of the figure in meters (m)?

What is the perimeter of the figure in meters (m)?

43. Which measure is closest to the area of this shaded figure in square feet (sq ft)?

44. The length of a parallelogram is 18 inches. If the perimeter of the parallelogram is 60 inches, what is the width, in inches (in.)?

45. Tomas used a string with a piece of chalk tied to one end to draw a circle on the sidewalk. He held one end of the string on the sidewalk and then drew the circle using the chalk tied to the other end. The area of the circle was about 113 square inches. Which is closest to the length of the string?

46. Which is the

__most__reasonable length for a new pencil?
47. Which measurement represents a reasonable amount of water needed to completely fill a standard bathroom sink?

48. Mary bought a 3-liter bottle of lemon-lime soda. Which is closest to the number of ounces (oz) of soda in the bottle when it is half full?

49. Lee Ann is the tallest girl on the 10th-grade basketball team. Her height is 1.8 meters. Which is closest to Lee Ann's height in inches (in.)?

50. A spinner is divided into 4 sections of different sizes and colors. The table shows the results of spinning the pointer 100 times.

Based on these results, what is the probability that the pointer will stop on blue on the next spin?

Based on these results, what is the probability that the pointer will stop on blue on the next spin?

51. A survey was conducted to determine the favorite colors of 120 seventh-grade students. The circle graph shows the results of the survey.

A student will be selected at random from the 120 students surveyed. Based on the graph, what is the probability that the student's favorite color will be blue?

A student will be selected at random from the 120 students surveyed. Based on the graph, what is the probability that the student's favorite color will be blue?

52. Which of these fair spinners has the highest probability of the arrow landing on an even number?

53. A local sandwich shop offers the choices shown for their lunch special. Jamie wants to order 1 sandwich.

How many possible sanwiches can Jamie make using 1 type of meat, 1 sandwich spread, and 1 type of bread?

How many possible sanwiches can Jamie make using 1 type of meat, 1 sandwich spread, and 1 type of bread?

54. When Norma bought lunch at a restaurant, she was given a scratch-off game card with this statement:

What is the probability that Norma did not receive a winning game card?

What is the probability that Norma did not receive a winning game card?

55. The prize wheel at the school fair is divided into 6 sections of equal size. The sections are numbered 1 through 6.

If the arrow is spun once, what is the probability that it will stop on a section labeled with an even number divisible by 3 or a section labeled with an odd number?

If the arrow is spun once, what is the probability that it will stop on a section labeled with an even number divisible by 3 or a section labeled with an odd number?

56. The graph shows the results of a survey given to a group of students.

If one student is picked at random, what is the probability that the student has a family with 6 or 7 members?

If one student is picked at random, what is the probability that the student has a family with 6 or 7 members?

57. As part of a probability experiment, Susannah rolled two fair number cubes, one after the other. Each cube had its faces numbered 1 through 6. What is the probability that the first cube landed on 5 and the second cube landed on 6?

58. Pam is playing a game with two spinners. One spinner has 3 sections of equal size, each labeled with a number 1 through 3. The other spinner has 5 sections of equal size, each labeled with a letter J through N. She drew this tree diagram to show the possible outcomes.

What is the probability of the arrow on either spinner landing on a 2 or a K on the next spin?

What is the probability of the arrow on either spinner landing on a 2 or a K on the next spin?

59. There are 20 students in Mr. Zapata's class. The Venn diagram shows the pets that some of the students have.

If Mr. Zapata chooses a student at random, what is the probability that the student has a dog or a cat?

If Mr. Zapata chooses a student at random, what is the probability that the student has a dog or a cat?

60. If digits cannot be repeated, how many different 2-digit numbers can be made from the digits in this set?

61. Redland Middle School has 6 students who are finalists in the spelling contest. In how many different orders could 3 of these students finish in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place?

62. A school club has 5 members. From these 5 members, a 2-person team must be chosen to represent the club at a school carnival. How many different 2-person teams can be made from the 5 club members?

63. Amy has 9 different compact discs. She can place 3 compact discs in her CD player. How many different groups of 3 compact discs could Amy place in her CD player?

64. Emilio is coloring a map of the United States. He can choose a group of 5 colors from a total of 9 different colors. Which expression represents the number of different groups that Emilio can choose?

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