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Chapter Review / Practice Test. Chapter 9 Grade 5 Mathematics. Question 1 (from Lesson 1). Describe two ways to calculate 63 ÷ 7. Written Answer (2 points) Example: I can use an array. Draw rows of seven squares. I can make 9 rows. I can use a known multiplication fact: 9 X 7 = 63.

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### Chapter Review / Practice Test

Chapter 9

Question 1 (from Lesson 1)

Describe two ways to calculate 63 ÷ 7.

Example:

• I can use an array. Draw rows of seven squares. I can make 9 rows.
• I can use a known multiplication fact: 9 X 7 = 63.
Question 2

Calculate.

Short Answer (1 point each, total of 6)

49 ÷ 7 = 7

Question 3 (from Lesson 2)

Word Problem (requires a word answer)

A store manager ordered 48 chopsticks in packages of 8. How many packages did the manager order?

48 ÷ 8 = 6

The store manager ordered 6 packages.

You may show your work, but the sentence answer is all that is required.

Question 4 (from Lesson 3)

Word Problem (requires a word answer)

Jane exercised 270 minutes over 9 days. She exercised the same amount each day. How many minutes did she exercise each day?

270 ÷ 9 = 30

Jane exercised for 30 minutes each day.

Question 5 (from Lesson 4)

Estimate.

Short Answer (1 point for each question, total of 4)

a) 273 ÷ 4 = About 70 (for example), based on 280 ÷ 4

Question 6

Alaya uses 9 beads to make a bracelet. About how many bracelets can Alaya make with 312 beads?

I can round up 9 beads to 10, and round down 312 to 310. 310 ÷ 10 = 31.

Alaya can make about 31 bracelets. (30 to 35 are reasonable estimates)

Question 7 (from Lesson 6)

Ukrainian eggs cost \$4 each. How many eggs can you buy with \$115?

Short Answer (2 points). Use either a number line or division by subtraction.

For example: 115 ÷ 4 = 28R3You can buy 28 eggs.

Question 8

A restaurant charges \$3 for a milkshake. \$288 worth of milkshakes were sold. How many milkshakes were sold?

288 ÷ 3 = 9696 milkshakes were sold.

Question 9 (from Lesson 7)

A 265 cm length of copper pipe was cut into five equal pieces. How long is each piece?

265 ÷ 5 = 53Each piece is 53 cm long.

Question 10

Before he sews a seam, a tailor puts a pin every 6 cm along the fabric. How many pins does he need if the seam is 250 cm long?

250 ÷ 6 = 41R4He needs 41 pins.

Question 11 (from Lesson 8)

Teresa spent \$222 for five pairs of pants. How much did each pair of pants cost if they all cost the same amount?

\$222 ÷ 5 = 44R2; R2 = 200 cents ÷ 5 = 40 centsEach pair cost \$44.40

Question 12 (from Lesson 9)

Jeremy has 103 stuffed animals to put on 4 shelves. He wants to put the same number of animals on every shelf and to display as many animals as he can. How many animals could he put on each shelf?

103 ÷ 4 = 25R3He can put 25 animals on each shelf.

Question 13

Keegan solved a problem by dividing 137 by 6. She said the answer was 22. What could the problem have been?

Mr. Schroeder has 137 stickers, and he wants to give his 6 top students the exact same number of stickers. How many stickers can he give to each student?137 ÷ 6 = 22R5He can give each student 22 stickers.

Question 14

The same digit is missing from each box in this division. What could the digit be?