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5 th Grade Math Review. Bill measured the angle formed by the hands of a clock. Which unit of measurement did Bill use? yards degrees hours quarts. The lowest point in Utah is 96.38 meters above sea level. What is 96.38 rounded to the nearest tenth? 96 96.3 96.4 97.

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5 th grade math review

5th Grade Math Review


5 th grade math review

  • Bill measured the angle formed by the hands of a clock.

  • Which unit of measurement did Bill use?

  • yards

  • degrees

  • hours

  • quarts


5 th grade math review

  • The lowest point in Utah is 96.38 meters above sea level.

  • What is 96.38 rounded to the nearest tenth?

  • 96

  • 96.3

  • 96.4

  • 97


5 th grade math review

  • Judy has 15 baseball cards. She also has 35 football cards and 3 soccer cards. To find the total number of cards she has, Judy needs to add (15 + 35) + 3.

  • What other expression represents the total number of sports cards she has?

  • 15 x (35 x 3)

  • (15 + 35) x 3

  • 15 + (35 + 3)

  • 15 x 35 x 3


5 th grade math review

A store owner is stacking soup cans for a display. There is one can in the first row, four cans in the second row, nine cans in the third row, and 16 cans in the fourth row. If the pattern continues, how many cans should be in the fifth row?


5 th grade math review

  • An ice cream shop has 4 different flavors of ice cream cones. The cones can be ordered in small, regular, or large sizes. How many different combinations of flavors and sizes are there?

  • 7

  • 12

  • 18

  • 24


5 th grade math review

  • Wendy’s mom made a cake and a pie for her birthday. She used 7/8 cup of sugar for the cake and 2/3 cup of sugar for the pie. How much sugar did she use in all? Solve by only using fractions (don’t change to decimal or percent).

  • 5/24 cup

  • 9/11 cup

  • 1 13/24 cup

  • 1 3/8 cup


5 th grade math review

  • There are 5 yellow cars and 7 blue cars in a parking lot. What is the ratio of blue cars to yellow cars?

  • 5:7

  • 5:12

  • 7:5

  • 7:12


5 th grade math review

  • Mr. Linden made a sign that said

  • GO BROWNS

  • Each letter of the sign was on a separate card and he put all the cards in a box. If he randomly pulls out one card, what is the probability that the card he pulls out is an O?

  • 8 %

  • 12.5%

  • 25%

  • 50%


5 th grade math review

  • Tom is trying to collect money for charity. So far, he has collected $75. His goal is to collect $400.

  • If m stands for the money that Tom still needs to reach his goal, which number sentence represents how much more money he needs to collect?

  • m + 75 = 400

  • m + 400 = 75

  • m – 400 = 75

  • 400 + 75 = m


5 th grade math review

  • Judy measured the length of a piece of cardboard. It measured 3 feet.

  • How many inches did it measure?

  • 12 inches

  • 15 inches

  • 30 inches

  • 36 inches


5 th grade math review

  • Bill measured the angle formed by the hands of a clock.

  • Which unit of measurement did Bill use?

  • yards

  • degrees

  • hours

  • quarts


5 th grade math review

  • A bag contains 20 marbles. There are 10 red marbles, 6 blue marbles, and 4 yellow marbles in the bag.

  • What is the probability of reaching into the bag and drawing a blue marble?

  • 6 %

  • 20%

  • 30%

  • 60%


5 th grade math review

  • Emily is washing windows at her house. There are a total of 8 windows at her house and so far she has washed 5 of them. What percent of the windows does she still need to wash?

  • 3 %

  • 30%

  • 37.5%

  • 62.5%


5 th grade math review

  • Terry drew the square pictured below. Each side of the square is 8 inches. Determine its area.

  • 32 inches

  • 32 square inches

  • 64 inches

  • 64 square inches


5 th grade math review

  • Mrs. Will loves to go to Perkins Pancake House. Each pancake costs $1.25.

  • Which mathematical expression below shows the total cost of p pancakes.

  • $1.25 + p

  • $1.25 - p

  • $1.25p

  • $1.25 ÷ p


5 th grade math review

  • Jacob spent a lot of time putting his poetry notebook together. He worked h hours every day for 6 days. If t is the total time he worked, which equation below gives the total time he worked?

  • 6 + h = t

  • h + 6 = t

  • 6t = h

  • 6h = t


5 th grade math review

  • Sharon cut out the circular piece of wood shown below. The diameter of the piece of wood was 8 inches.

  • She wants to put a ribbon all the way around the outside of the circle. About how much ribbon will she need?

  • 4 inches

  • 8 inches

  • 16 inches

  • 24 inches


5 th grade math review

  • On Tuesday the high temperature was 3 degrees. The next day high temperature was 4 degrees less.

  • What was the high temperature on Wednesday?

  • -1 degrees

  • -3 degrees

  • 1 degree

  • 7 degrees


5 th grade math review

  • Jackie recorded the temperature outside her home every hour for 12 hours. She wanted to display her findings in a graph. Which of the following would be the best graph to use.

  • pictograph

  • circle graph

  • double bar graph

  • line graph


5 th grade math review

Crystal has $6. She owes her dad $4. How much will Crystal have if she pays what she owes?

Result: _____________ Number Sentence (or Equation):______________


5 th grade math review

  • Which word best describes the relationship between the two lines above?

  • perpendicular

  • intersecting

  • parallel

  • skew


5 th grade math review

Jim earns $2, but he owes his friend $8. How much money does he still owe?

Result: _____________ Number Sentence (or Equation):______________


5 th grade math review

  • What is the value of the expression below:

  • 28 – 4 + 3 x (2 x 3)

  • 6

  • 12

  • 24

  • 42


5 th grade math review

In the past 5 basketball games, Keri scored 7, 12, 11, 15, and 15 points.

a. What is the median of the points Keri scored?

b. What is the range?

c. What is the mean?


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