In this 7th grade worksheet6, you can find 10 problems on math which are in the level of 7 th grade

1. If the sum of a number and 4 is 2003, then the number is?

 (A) 1998 (B) 1990 (C) 1999

2.The question paper in an exam consists 80 problems. James has solved 68 of them. The percentage of the problems he has solved is?

 (A) 50 (B) 80 (C) 85

3.An author of a math competition was looking through a tentative exam, when he realized that he could not use one of his proposed problems. Frustrated, he had decided to take a nap instead,and slept from 10:47AM to 7:32PM. For how many minutes did he has sleep?

 (A) 525 (B) 620 (C) 225

4.If a rectangle ABCD has the lengths, AB = 7 and AC = 25, then its area is ?

 (A) 130 (B) 150 (C) 168

5.If the diagonal of a square is 4 feet long, then the area of the square is

 (A) 5 (B) 9 (C) 8

6.If two angles are supplementary and one of the angles is 9 times as large as the other, then the number of degrees in the measure of the larger angle?

 (A) 162 (B) 150 (C) 165

7.ABCD is a square with the length of 8 units each side. A second square A1B1 C1D1 is formed by joining the midpoints of AB, BC, CD,and DA. A third square A2B2C2D2 is formed in the same way from A1B1C1D1, and a fourth square A3B3C3D3 from A2B2C2D2. Find the sum of the areas of these four squares

 (A) 160 (B) 145 (C) 120

8.If p + q = 13, q + r = 14, r + p = 15, then the value of r is

 (A) 6 (B) 8 (C) 5

9.The number of three-digit perfect squares are,

 (A) 12 (B) 19 (C) 22

10.City X is 210 miles from city Y. Car A starts from city X and drives towards Y at 40 mph. Car B starts From city Y and drives towards X at 50 mph. Cars A and B both start at noon, what time will they meet?

 (A) 2:00 pm (B) 3:10 pm (C) 2:20 pm

These are the questions on math prepared in 7th grade worksheet6 based on the curriculum of 7th grade.Students need to practice this type of question to improve their knowledge.Here we have provided many question papers for students.

1.1999

2.85

3.525

4.168

5.8

6.162

7.120

8.8

9.22

10.2:20 pm

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