Fernandez plans to buy a refrigerator He can choose from five different

Fernandez plans to buy a refrigerator he can choose

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Mr. Fernandez plans to buy a refrigerator. He can choose from five different refrigerators whose interior dimensions, in inches, are given below. Which refrigerator has the greatest capacity? a. 42 x 34 x 30 b. 42 x 30 x 32 c. 42 x 28 x 30 d. 40 x 34 x 30 e. 40 x 30 x 28 Question 14, Approximate the length of the radius of a circle The distance around a circular pond is shown below. From the snack bar, Alan notices an island in the center of the pond. Using the diagram below, which of the choices is the best approximation of the distance from the snack bar to the center of the island? a. 16 yards b. 20 yards c. 32 yards d. 50 yards e. 64 yards Question 15, Find length of a rectangle given perimeter and width A rectangular playground has a perimeter of 390 feet. The width of the playground is 75 feet. What is the length? a. 5.2 feet b. 97.5 feet c. 120 feet d. 130 feet e. 240 feet 22 NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics Sample Questions Florida Department of Education Division of Accountability, Research, and Measurement; Office of Assessment June 2013
Question 16, Determine value of marks on scale. Both figures below show the same scale. The marks on the scale have no labels except the zero point. The weight of the cheese is pound. What is the total weight of the two apples? Total weight of the two apples = _________ pounds. Question 17, Determine how many tiles would cover a table top How many square tiles, 5 inches on a side, does it take to cover a rectangular area that is 50 inches wide and 100 inches long? Answer: _________________________ 23 NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics Sample Questions Florida Department of Education Division of Accountability, Research, and Measurement; Office of Assessment June 2013
NAEP GRADE 8 GEOMETRY Question 1, Reflect a figure over a line Which of the following figures below shows the reflection of triangle ABC over line PQ ? Please circle the letter of the correct answer. Question 2, Determine how three lines are related Lines k , l , and m are three different lines. If line k is parallel to line l and line l is parallel to line m , which of the following statements must be true? a. Line k is perpendicular to line l b. Line k is perpendicular to line m c. Line k is parallel to line m d. Line k intersects line l e. Line k intersects line m 24 NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics Sample Questions Florida Department of Education Division of Accountability, Research, and Measurement; Office of Assessment June 2013
Question 3, Analyze subdivision of regular polygons Figure 1 below is a regular hexagon with its center at point P. The dotted lines divide the hexagon completely into 6 congruent triangles sharing a vertex at point P. Figure 2 below is a regular octagon with its center at point Q . The octagon can be completely divided into congruent triangles sharing a vertex at point Q . The division should produce a. Sixteen congruent equilateral triangles b. Sixteen congruent isosceles triangles c. Eight congruent right triangles d. Eight congruent equilateral triangles e. Eight congruent isosceles triangles Question 4, Compare similar parallelograms Parallelograms ABCD and PQRS above are similar. What is the length of side QR ?

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