Guided Practice Questions - 5th Grade Math

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Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Record and interpret calculations with numbers: 5.OA.A.2

Total Questions: 1
Each of the 25 students in a class sold 7 items for a fundraiser. Their teacher also sold 13 items. Which expression best represents the number of items they sold in all?

Analyze patterns and relationships: 5.OA.B.3

Total Questions: 1
Use this pattern for the following problem: Given a number, multiply by 6, divide by 9, multiply by 2. Solve the problem starting with the number “3”. Write your answer in the box below.

Number & Operations - Fractions

Add & Subtract Fractions: 5.NF.A.1

Total Questions: 1
A grocery store employed of the senior class. of the students in the class are National Honor Society members. What fraction of the class is either employed at the store, or a National Honor Society member, assuming there is no overlap?Explain how ...Show More

Multiply to find area: 5.NF.B.4.B

Total Questions: 1
Dominique is covering the top of her desk with contact paper. The surface measures 7/8 yard by ¾ yard. How much contact paper will she need to cover the surface of the desk top?

Multiply a mixed number by a fraction: 5.NF.B.4.A

Total Questions: 1
Martha is making 5 batches of cookies. Each batch uses 3/4 cup butter. How much butter does she need for all of her cookies?

Multiply Fractions: 5.NF.B.4

Total Questions: 2
Owen broke his neighbor’s window playing baseball. He agreed to pay to have it repaired. He agreed to pay one third of the bill each week for the next three weeks. If the window costs $180 to repair, how much will he need to pay each week? Writ...Show More

Damien has $695 in the bank. He wants to take out 2/5 of his money. If he uses a calculator to figure out this amount, which buttons should he press?

Multiplication as scaling: 5.NF.B.5

Total Questions: 1
The scout leader bought an 8-pound bag of trail mix. If he divides it into 1/4 pound servings, how many servings will there be?

Real world problems with Fractions: 5.NF.B.6

Total Questions: 1
Kendra ran 6 miles. Her friend Riley ran as far as Kendra. How far did Riley run? Simplify the answer and enter it in the box.

Add fractions with unlike denominators: 5.NF.B.7.A

Total Questions: 1
A jeweler has 1/8 of a pound of gold. If she uses it to make 4 bracelets, how many pounds of gold will be in each bracelet?

Number & Operations in Base Ten

Read and Write Decimals: 5.NBT.A.3

Total Questions: 1
What is the correct expanded form of the number 318.04?

Multiplication of whole numbers: 5.NBT.B.5

Total Questions: 4
37 bags of carrots per week are delivered to a grocery store and all the bags of carrot were sold. The grocery store is open six days a week. One week the grocery store ran a special sale. If sales were twice the usual amount, how many bags were sold...Show More

Chicken feed is available in pallets of twelve 20-pound bags. Each bag costs $23.15. What is the price of a whole pallet of chicken feed?Instruction : Write the answer in the box below.

A dentist ordered 25 toothbrushes to give to one tenth of his patients, who needed them most. How many patients must the dentist have? Write your answer in the box below.

35 college students went on a trip. They each ate twelve meals and were given $11 apiece for each of the twelve meals. How much did each student spend on meals during the trip? Write your answer in the box below.

Division of Whole Numbers: 5.NBT.B.6

Total Questions: 2
Twenty-five students in a class were selling pizzas door to door in a community of 500. If the town was divided evenly among the students, how many houses did each student visit?

Taylor is putting 100 donuts into boxes. Each box holds 12 donuts. How many donuts will be left over after filling each box?

Add Decimals: 5.NBT.B.7

Total Questions: 4
Donna baked 3 dozen cookies to share with friends at school. Her brother ate 10 of the cookies. What fraction of the cookies remain? Write your answer in the box below. Instruction: Write your fraction in the format a/b (without space).

Find the perimeter (total length of all four sides) of a trapezoid whose sides measure 2.09 ft, 2.09 ft, 3.72 ft, and 6.60 ft.

At a math competition, three members of a team each solved a problem as quickly as they could. Their times were 4.18 seconds, 3.75 seconds, and 3.99 seconds. What was the total of their three times?

Divide 0.42 by 3.

Measurement & Data

Converting Units of Measure: 5.MD.A.1

Total Questions: 3
Katie’s baby sister drinks 4 ounces of apple juice with breakfast every morning. There was a full gallon of juice on the table. Katie had one pint. How much is left for the baby?

Sue is wrapping gifts and needs some ribbon for each package. She needs to know how much money she will need for the ribbon if each of the 5 packages requires 29 inches. Ribbon sells for $1.00 per yard.Write in the box below how many yards Sue will n...Show More

Keith has 7 yards of string. How many inches of string does he have?

Volume: 5.MD.C.3.A

Total Questions: 1
Katie’s baby sister drinks 4 ounces of apple juice with breakfast every morning. There was a full gallon of juice on the table. Katie had one pint. How much is left for the baby?

Real world problems with volume: 5.MD.C.5.B

Total Questions: 1
Julia’s swimming pool measures 5 feet x 10 feet and has a constant depth of 5 feet.What is the total volume of water that it can hold?

Multiply to find volume: 5.MD.C.5.A

Total Questions: 1
The scout leader bought an 8-pound bag of trail mix. If he divides it into 1/4 pound servings, how many servings will there be?