5th Grade Math Review - 5th Grade Resources

5th Grade Math Review - 5th Grade Resources

5 Grade Math Review th TNReady Practice February 8-12 Monday, February 8 1. The number shown has a bold digit and an underlined digit. 77,000 Which statement correctly describes the bold and underlined digits? A. The bold 7 is the underlined 7.

B. The bold 7 is one time the underlined 7. C. The bold 7 is 10 times the underlined 7. D. The bold 7 is the underlined 7. 2. Jeremiah wrote a number. He also wrote two clues about his number. Clue 1: In my number, the digit 4 is 10 times the value of the digit 4 in the number 0.4 Clue 2: In my number, the digit 6 has a value that 1/10 the value of the digit 6 in the 0.06 Which number can be Jeremiahs number? A. B.

C. D. 2.146 2.64 4.126 4.6 3. There are 3 bags of skittles. Each bag is 2/5 full. Select the expression that can be used to represent the total amount of bags of skittles. A.

B. C. D. 2 (5 x 3) 5 (2 x 3) (3 x 2) 5 5 x (2 3) Mrs. Webb is baking cakes. 4.

She uses cup of sugar for each cake. She bakes 4 cakes. Which expression can be used to find the number of cups of sugar Mrs. Webb uses in all? A. B. C. D. 2 (3 x 4) 4 (2 x 3)

(4 x 2) 3 4 x (2 3) 5. Mrs. Langford has 4 candy bars. Each candy bar has 8 sections. She wants to share the candy bars equally with 7 friends and have some for herself. Shade the number of sections of the candy bars one person would get. Tuesday, February 9 1. Write the sum of 62.4 + 0.32 + 70.44 in the space provided. 2. An equation with an unknown digit is shown.

3 .15 3.7 = 28.45 What is the value of A. 0 B. 2 C. 4 D. 5 ?

3. The first layer of a rectangular prism is packed with 15 unit cubes. There are no spaces or gaps between the cubes. The prism is 5 unit cubes tall. Select all expressions that represent the volume of the rectangular prism. A. B. C. D. E. 15 + 15 + 15 + 15 + 15

15 + 5 15 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 15 x 5 15 x 15 x 5 4. A box in the shape of a right rectangular prism is filled with 32 unit cubes. There are 8 layers of cubes in the box. Use the grid to create a rectangle that shows a possible length and width of the base of the prism. 5. Select all correct answers.

Find the sum. 1 + A. 1 + = + = B. 1 + = + = C. 1 + = + = D. 1 + = + = Wednesday, February 10 1. What is 683.47 rounded to the nearest whole number? 2. Which number has the same value when it is rounded to the nearest

whole number as when it is rounded to the nearest tenth? A. B. C. D. 2.09 2.10 2.90 2.99

3. John used 3 different kinds of juice to make 3.9 liters of punch. Select the three juices John used to make the punch. A. 1.5 liters of orange juice B. 2.0 liters of grape juice C. 1.4 liters of apple juice D. 0.4 liters of cherry juice A box is filled with pencils. The teacher sharpened of them. A student 4. sharpened of them. The fractions of pencils left to be sharpened is _____.

S and . 5. Thursday, February 11 1. Which ordered pair describes the point shown on the graph? A. B. C. D.

(2,5) (5,2) (1,4) (6,3) 2. Which ordered pair has an x-coordinate that is 2 less than its y-coordinate? y A. B. C.

D. (2,4) (3,1) (5,2) (2,2) x A plastic container has a square base with an area of 9 . The container has a 3.

height of 4 inches. What is the volume, in cubic inches, of the container? Write your answer in the space provided. 4. The figure shows a rectangular prism built with one-centimeter cubes. _________ cubic centimeters cubic centimeters

What is the volume, in cubic centimeters, of the rectangular prism? 5. Select all the numbers with values less than twelve and fifteen hundredths. A. B. C. D. E. twelve and eleven thousandths Twelve and fourteen hundredths

twelve and five tenths 12.105 12.51 Which statement is true? 6. A. B. C. D.

0.47 is equal to forty-seven thousandths. 0.47 is greater than 4 x () and 7 x () Forty-seven thousandths is greater than 0.47 Forty-seven thousandths is equal to 4 x () and 7 x () 7. The comparison has an unknown number. > 7.2 Select all the numbers that can be placed in the box to make the comparison true. A. 7.05

B. 7.201 C. 7.198 D. 7.3 E. 7.229 Friday, February 12th Performance Task Mrs. Webbs peanut butter cookies (1 batch makes 12 servings) cup butter

2 cups sugar 1 egg 2 cups of flour cup of chocolate baking powder tablespoon vanilla flavoring Part A: Mrs. Webb is making cookies for her class as a reward. She has 24 students. of the students are going to receive the reward. How many students will receive a cookie? ______________

Mrs. Webbs chocolate chip cookies (1 batch makes 12 servings) cup butter 2 cups sugar 1 egg 2 cups of flour cup of chocolate baking powder tablespoon vanilla flavoring Part B Exactly how many batches of cookies will Mrs. Webb need to feed her

students with no cookies left over? Write your answer as a fraction in the space provided. Mrs. Webbs peanut butter cookies (1 batch makes 12 servings) cup butter 2 cups sugar 1 egg 2 cups of flour cup of chocolate baking powder tablespoon vanilla flavoring

Part C To make exactly enough batches of cookies, how much of each ingredient will Mrs. Webb need to use? flour, in cups: chocolate baking powder, in cups: vanilla flavoring, in tablespoons Mrs. Webbs peanut butter cookies (1 batch makes 12 servings)

cup butter 2 cups sugar 1 egg 2 cups of flour cup of chocolate baking powder tablespoon vanilla flavoring Part D Mrs. Langford decided to make 1 batch of Mrs. Webbs cookies for her own family. She can only find her -cup measuring cup. Mrs. Langford is trying to

figure out how to measure the sugar. Write an expression Mrs. Langford can use to figure out how many -cups of sugar she will need. Mrs. Webbs peanut butter cookies (1 batch makes 12 servings) cup butter 2 cups sugar 1 egg 2 cups of flour cup of chocolate baking powder

tablespoon vanilla flavoring Part E How many times will Mrs. Langford need to fill the -cup measuring cup to have the right amount of sugar? Performance Task #2 A company makes toy trains.

Each toy train comes in a package that is 2 inches long, 2 inches wide, and 2 inches tall. The packages of toy trains are shipped in boxes that are 10 inches long, 10 inches wide, and 10 inches tall. Part A: How many trains will fit inside a shipping box? _________ Part B: Write an equation in the box that represents how many trains, n, would fit in 5 shipping boxes. Part C: How many trains would fit in 5 shipping boxes? ___________

Part D: What if a 6th shipping box was used that was 12 inches long, 12 inches wide, and 12 inches tall? How many additional trains would fit in the 6th box? _________________

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