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Name __________________ Date:__________________
Solve the following problems
1.
In the equation below, what is the value of ?
(2 + 4) × 5 = ? + 20
2.
Darline has a special purse that can hold 20 lipsticks. How many purse does Darline need if she has 420 lipsticks?
A. 20 B. 22 C. 23 D. 21
3. Represent the following situation with an integer. Then put them in order
A loss of 12 dollars ___________
5 feet above sea level ___________
a debit of 20 dollars ____________
A gain of 50 dollars ____________
_________, ___________, ____________, ______________
4.
Get a CD. Put your finger on the edge. Move your finger around the edge until your finger reaches the same location you had it before moving it.
Your finger measured the _______________ of the CD
A. Area B. Circumference C. Volume D. Surface area
5.
Debbie studies for 5 hours, John studies for 6 hours, and Ashley studies for 10 hours. What is the average number of hours the 3 students study?
A. 7 B. 8 C. 8 D. 5
6.
5 + 8 = _______
5 + 8 = _______
5 + 8 = ______
5 + 8 = ______
7.
Compare the following two decimals. Use either < , > , or =
564.1540791 564.1540789
8.
Find the perimeter and area of the rectangle below:
Perimeter = _____________ units
Area = __________________ square units
9.
Get a quarter and toss it.
The different outcome are __________________________
Write the probability of getting heads as a fraction ____________
Write the probability of getting heads as a percent ____________
Write the probability of getting heads as a decimal ____________
10.
Add 2/3 and 5/6 _____________
11.
Write the answer for number 10 as a mixed number _________________
Write the answer for number 10 in lowest terms _________________
12.
Divide 7845 by 15 ________________
13.
An ice cream place offers vanilla, rhum raisin, chocolate, and peanut butter as flavors. They have sugar cone, cake cone, and chocolatecoated cone
Make a tree in the space below showing the different combinations of ice cream and cone you can order.
How many orders can you place?
A. 7 B. 4 C. 12 D. 3
14.
To find the number on the right, you need to
2

11

4

19

7

31

12

51

A. Multiply the number on the left by 5 and then add 1
B.Multiply the number on the left by 5 and then subtract 1
C.Multiply the number on the left by 4 and then add 3
D.Multiply the number on the left by 3 and then add 10
15.
Which of these units is the best to measure the length of a book
A. Millimeter B. Centimeter C. Kilometer D. Meter
16.
Replace the question mark with the missing number
64837  ? = 63936
54 + ? = 25 + 36
17.
Two sides of an isosceles triangle measure 6 and 10. The perimeter of the triangle could be
A. 26 or 21 B. 12 or 20 C. 22 or 23 D. 26 or 22
18.
What information could you find with the following situation?
Noemy bought a box of apples for $4.20. She now has $2.35 in her purse.
A. Noemy's allowance every month B. How much the apples cost C. How much money Noemy had before buying the apples D. How many apples are there in the box
19.
Examine the graph below and then choose the correct answer
A. Computers will cost 50 dollars in 2020 B. Computer cost has decreased by more than 2000 dollars C. Compared to 1970, computers cost half as much in 2010 D. In 2030, the price of computers may disappear. Great!
20.
You want to share 1000 dollars between you and 5 friends.
Can you share the money evenly?
What is the maximum amount that can be shared evenly?
If they share the leftover too, write what each person gets as a fraction.
Note: A score of 16 or more on this 5th grade math test is a good indication that most skills taught in 5th grade were mastered
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