## Scales and Tables Test

Unit Test #12

Select your answers to the following 10 questions from the pop-up menus in the right hand column. Clicking the "Begin Test Again" button will clear all the answers.

Q1:

In the diagram of a scale above what is the reading for point B?

A. 5.4
B. 6.6
C. 6.04
D. 6.4

Q2:

For the scale shown in question 1, what is the measurement given by point A? A. 5.2
B. 5.3
C. 5.24
D. 5.34

Q3:

On the scale in question 1, what is the size of the interval between each division? A.1 unit
B. 0.1 units
C. 0.01 units
D. 10 units

Q4:

 Weather report for 6/2/01 HIGH LOW Gisborne fine 13° 4° Napier fine 14° 7° New Plymouth fine 12° 4° Wellington cloudy 14° 4° Nelson fine 12° 7° Blenheim fine 13° 6° Christchurch fine 10° 4° Queenstown fine 5° 1° Dunedin cloudy 12° 4° Invercargill rain 13° 5°

What was the highest LOW temperature?

A. 14°
B. 5°
C. 1°
D. 7°

Q5:

For the table above, what is the difference between the HIGH and LOW temperatures in Blenheim? A. 13°
B. 6°
C. 19°
D. 7°

Q6:

For the table above, in how many towns or cities was the weather NOT fine? A. 7
B. 2
C. 3
D. 6

Q7:

For the table above, what was the difference between the highest of the HIGHtemperatures and the lowest of the LOWtemperatures? A. 13°
B. 6°
C. 19°
D. 7°

Q8:

On the scale above, which measures the weight of objects in kg, what reading is indicated?

A. 35 kg
B. 40.5 kg
C. 42 kg
D. 45 kg

Q9:

On the scale shown in question 8, what would be the angle at the centre made by the marks "20" and "30"?

(Do not use a protractor!)

A. 12°
B. 10°
C. 30°
D. 36°

Q10:

On the scale shown in question 8, how many kilograms would an angle of 90°  indicate? A. 90 kg
B. 30 kg
C. 45 kg
D. 20 kg