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NAT Reviewer in Math 6

By Sanny N. Tendilla
http://iwb-resources.blogspot.com

DIRECTIONS Read each question


carefully. Select the best answer for
each and shade the circle in your
answer sheet that corresponds to the
letter of your answer.

1. (10 + 1) (4 x 4) (2 x 8) = ___
a) 11 b) 1
c) 10 d) 16
2. Solve for N. 7 18 6 + (10
3 x 2) = N

a) 8 b) 10

c) 11

d) 18

3.Aling Delia bought


five egg cartons with
a dozen eggs each.
Of all the eggs she
bought, 5 were not
fresh. How many
fresh eggs did Aling
Delia have all-in-all?
a) 7 b) 35

c) 55

d) 60

4. A bakery produced 3,000


loaves of bread. It delivered
the bread to 75 shops. 65 of
the shops received 2000
loaves of bread all-in-all. The
remaining shops each
received an equal number of
loaves. How many loaves of
bread did each of the
remaining shops receive?
a) 10 loaves b) 100 loaves
c) 300 loaves d) 1000

5. ( 0.0021 + 2.0001 )
( 1.0001 + 1.0001 ) = _____
a) 4.0024 b) 0.0020
c) 2.0022 d) 2.0020

6. A mother weighs 42 times


her baby's weight. If the
baby weighs 3.7 kg, what
is the mother's weight?
a) 154.4 kg b) 154.7 kg c)
155.7 kg d) 155.4 kg

7. How many millimeters are


in 75 centimeters?
a) 0.75
b) 7.5
d) 7500

c) 750

8. In the grocery, Mrs. Cruz bought


3 liters of milk, which costs
32.50 pesos each, and 2 packs
of chicken, which costs 48.23
pesos per pack. How much is
the total bill of Mrs. Cruz?
a) P80.73 b) P193.96 c) P209.69 d) P484.38

9. A father is 5 times older than


his son. If his son is 6 years
old, how old is the father?
a) 11
b) 21
c)
30
d) 35

10. How many prime


numbers are there that
are less than 10?
a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) 6

11. 789 is divisible by _____.


a) 3 only
b) 6 only
c) 3 and 6 only d) 3, 6 and 9

12. Which of the following is


divisible by both 4 and 6?
a) 132
d) 500

b) 160

c) 294

13. What is the LCM of 2, 5


and 6?
a) 12
d) 30

b) 18

c) 24

14. What is the GCF of 12, 32


and 64?
4

a) 12

b) 8

c) 6

d)

15. The cafeteria cook prepares


fried chicken every 6 days
and spaghetti every 4 days.
He also bakes a cake every
20 days. After how many
days can the students
expect to eat fried chicken,
spaghetti, and cake all on
the same day?
a) 2 days
b) 20 days c)
36 days d) 60 days

16. What are all the common


factors of 36 and 48?

a) 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8,12
b) 1,
2, 4, 6, 8, 12
c) 1, 2, 4, 6,
8, 16
d) 1, 2, 3, 4, 6,12

17. 36 is the LCM of _____


and _____. Which two
numbers will best
a)
3
&
6
b)
12
&
24
complete this sentence?

c) 9 & 18 d) 9 & 12

18. Which of the following is


not a common multiple of
both 4 and 6?
a) 24
b) 48
c) 60
d) 78
19. Before adding or
subtracting fractions, one
should first check if the ____
are the same. Which word/s
will best complete this
statement?

a) Numerators b) denominators c) GCF

20. What symbols, when placed


in the boxes, will make the
following true?

22
24

7
8

49
56

a) > , <
b) < , =
d) > , >

c) >, =

21. What is the sum of


5 ?

a)
b)

6
10
2
1
4

c)
d)

1
4

1
1
12
1
1
6

and

22. What is four-ninths


subtracted from
a)
b)

1
9
11
27

15 ?
27

c)
d)

4
12
11
9

23. What is the sum of


1
?

a)
b)

13
12
8
6

c)
d)

1 , and
1
2 3

7
12
3
1
5

24. What is
? 5

a)
b)

3
5
9
4

1subtracted from
4

c)
d)

7
2
1
4

16
24
25. The result of
in lowest
3
12
terms is _____.

a)

b)

4
12

c)

12

d)

32
3

26. What is the product of

6
5
and in lowest terms?
25
60
a)
b)

30
55
1
50

c)
d)

11
85
97
300

4
27. What is 5 divided by
in lowest terms?

a)
b)

32
75
3
2

c)
d)

60
40
1
2

8
15

28. Ryan bought 25 rolls of


tissue. His roommate used
up three-eighths of these 25
rolls. How many rolls of
tissue were left?
a)
b)
c)
d)

5/8 of a roll
9 3/8 rolls
15 5/8 rolls
24 5/8 rolls

29) 0.125 written in fraction


form (lowest terms) is _____.
a) 1/25
b) 1/16
c) 1/8
d) 125/1000

30. In a class of 30 students,


one-third are Math Club
members, one-sixth are
Poetry Club members and
the rest are from different
organizations. How many
students in the class are
from different organizations?
a) 12
d) 21

b) 15

c) 18

31. In a class, the ratio of girls


to boys is 3:4. If there are 9
girls in the class, how many
boys are there?
a) 9
b) 10
c) 12
d) 15

32. Complete the following


proportion: 30:12 = 15:___
a) 3
10

b) 6

c) 8

d)

33. John had a bag consisting


of 5 pencils, 3 red pens and
4 blue pens. What is the
ratio of pencils to pens?
a) 7:5
d) 5:3

b) 3:5

c) 5:7

34. At a certain time of the day,


Paolo, who is 6 feet tall,
casts a shadow 9 feet long.
If the tree beside him casts
a shadow 12 feet long, how
tall is the tree?
a)
b)
c)
d)

4.5 feet tall


8 feet tall
9 feet tall
18 feet tall

35. What is 60% of 30?


a) 0.18
d) 180

b) 1.8

c) 18

36) 40 out of the 60


members of a sports club
are boys. What percent of
the club members are
girls?
a) 20%
b) 33 1/3%
60% d) 66 2/3%

c)

37. Steve can make 2 paper


flowers out of one sheet of
paper. If he has 300 sheets
of paper and he used threefifths of it to make paper
flowers, how many paper
flowers was he able to
make?
a) 90 flowers b) 180 flowers
c) 300 flowers d) 360 flowers

38. Missy got a 12% discount on


all the clothes she bought
from a department store. If
the original prices of the
clothes totaled Php 5,500,
how much will she have to
pay all-in-all?
a) Php 484 b) Php 660 c)
Php 4,840 d) Php 6,600

39. Marty wants to buy a pair of


sneakers originally priced at
Php 1200. How much will he
be able to save if he is given
a 25% discount for the
sneakers?
a) Php 300 b) Php 400 c)
Php 800 d) Php 900

40. The price for a leather bag


went up by 10%. If the old
price used to be 150 pesos,
what is its current price?
a) 15 pesos b) 135 pesos
c) 165 pesos d) 175 pesos

Good Luck!

By Sanny N. Tendilla
http://iwb-resources.blogspot.com