Sanborn Fifth Grade Math Test

by Suzanne Crowley

| 20 Questions1

1

Which mathematical expression is equivalent to the number sentence below?

Subtract 15 from 45, and then divide by 3.

A 15-45 ÷ 3

B (45-15) ÷ 3

C (15-45) ÷ 3

D 3 ÷ (45-15)

2

1

How many times greater is the value of the digit 5 in 583,607 than the value of the digit 5 in 362,501?

A 10 times

B 100 times

C 1,000 times

D 10,000 times

3

1

1(10,000) + 2(1,000) + 4(100) + 3(10) + 2(1) + 5(1/10) + 3(1/100).

Which number is the standard form?

A 12422.53

B 1243.253

C 12432.53

D 12432.43

4

1

Choose the number that completes the equation: 21,561.72 <

A 21,560.72

B 21,571.72

C 21,461.72

D 21,561.71

5

1

Divide: 3584/28

A 103

B 108

C 123

D 128

6

1

Bert has 4 dogs and 5 cans of dog food. How much dog food does each dog get if Bert gives each dog the same amount?

A 1/2 of a can

B 4/5 of a can

C 1 can

D 1 1/4 cans

7

1

Carson needs to purchase 5.6 meters of tape for a project. If each roll of tape contains 80 cm and costs $5, what is the total cost of the tape that Carson must buy?

Show all work.

8

1

Half of a school auditorium is needed to seat 3 equal-sized fifth grade classes.

Part A: Make a visual fraction model to represent the whole auditorium when each class is seated in separate sections.

Part B: Write an expression to determine what fractional part of the auditorium one fifth grade class will need.

Part C: What fraction of the auditorium will one of the fifth grade classes need?

9

1

A 42-in TV screen has length 20 ½ in and width 36 ½ in. What is the area of the viewing screen? What is the perimeter?

10

1

How many inches are in 15 feet?

A 0.8 in

B 1.25 in

C 27 in

D 180 in

11

1

How many unit cubes will fit inside the box below?

A 25 unit cubes

B 34 unit cubes

C 45 unit cubes

D 54 unit cubes

12

1

Choose the point located at (4,2).

A Point A

B Point B

C Point C

D Point D

13

1

Parallelograms are four sided figures with two pairs of parallel sides. All of the following are parallelograms EXCEPT:

A rectangle

B square

C trapezoid

D rhombus

14

1

2.2 × 6.4

15

1

Solve for x.

x – 56,409 = 240,021

16

1

A blue swimsuit costs $42 and a red swimsuit costs 5/6 as much. How much would the two swimsuits cost together?

17

1

1.3 − 0.04 =

18

1

0.2 m = ___________ cm 37 cm = ___________ m 2.9 km = ___________ m

19

1

71.40 ÷ 5 =

20

1

Three people share half a pizza evenly. What fractional part of the original pizza does each one get?

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