7th Grade Math Practice Test. This practice quiz has 26 practice questions.
7th Grade Math Practice Test
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Question 1 of 26
1. Question
At a carnival, Andrew went on rides and played games.
• Each ride cost $2.
• Each game cost $2.
• Andrew went on 3 rides and played g games.
Andrew wrote the expression below to represent the total amount of money, in dollars, he spent at the carnival.
6 + 2g
Which of the following is another way Andrew could represent the total amount of money, in dollars, that he spent at the carnival?CorrectIncorrect 
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Serena is conducting a survey to find out which sport the students at her high school like the most. Which of the following groups would be best for her to survey to obtain valid data?
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5. Question
A building code allows a maximum of 140 people in a meeting room. There is one large table in the room, along with some small tables. When filled, the large table seats 15 people, and the small tables each seat 5 people.
Which of the following can be used to find t, the greatest number of small tables that can be filled when the large table is also filled?CorrectIncorrect 
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7. Question
A plumber charged $12 for 15 minutes of work. At this rate, what would the plumber charge for 1 hour of work?
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8. Question
A pharmacist measured 10 milliliters of medicine. Which of the following is closest to the number of teaspoons of medicine that the pharmacist measured?
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A store owner uses the expression below to calculate the sale price of each CD player he is discounting.
r – 0.2r
In the expression, r represents regular price of a CD player. Which of the following is equivalent to the expression?
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Which of the following expressions has a value of 1.25?
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Amin has 16 pots of equal size. He used 9 bags of potting soil to fill 12 of the pots. At that rate, how many bags of potting soil does Amin need to fill the remaining 4 pots?
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Question 25 of 26
25. Question
A bottle contains 120 fluid ounces of laundry detergent.
Which of following is closest to the number of liters in 120 fluid ounces?
(1 fluid ounce ≈ 0.0296 liter)
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