Grade-5 Mathematics Mock Test
 
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Please read each question and select the best answer. Please try to answer all the questions. After answering the questions, select the submit button at the bottom of the page. There is no time limit for this test.


Mathematics Chart

 
LENGTH
 
Metric Customary
1 kilometer = 1000 meters 1 mile = 1760 yards
  1 mile = 5280 feet
1 meter = 100 centimeters 1 yard = 3 feet
1 centimeter = 10 millimeters 1 foot = 12 inches
 
 
CAPACITY AND VOLUME
 
Metric Customary
1 liter = 1000 milliliters 1 gallon = 4 quarts
  1 gallon = 128 ounces
  1 quart = 2 pints
  1 pint = 2 cups
  1 cup = 8 ounces
 
 
MASS AND WEIGHT
 
Metric Customary
1 kilogram = 1000 grams 1 ton = 2000 pounds
1 gram = 1000 milligrams 1 pound = 16 ounces
 

TIME
 
     1 year = 365 days
       1 year = 12 months
     1 year = 52 weeks
1 week = 7 days
     1 day = 24 hours
      1 hour = 60 minutes
    1 minute = 60 seconds
 

 
Perimeter
 
square P = 4s
rectangle P = 2L + 2W or P = 2(L+W)
 
 
Area
 
square A = s²
rectangle A = length x width
triangle A = bh/2
 



1.  What number can be filled in the blank to make the number sentence valid?

   (7 + __) - 15 = -3
 A  8  B  5
 C  2  D  4

2.  Julia's mother bought 5 bunches of tulips and 8 bunches of sunflowers. Each bunche of tulips has 9 tulips and each bunche of sunflowers has 5 sunflowers. What number sentence can be used by Julia to find the total number of tulips and sunflowers? Mark your answer.
 A  (5 + 8) x 5  B  (5 x 9) x (8 x 5)
 C  (5 + 8) x 9  D  (5 x 9) + (8 x 5)

3.  A Pizza shop is offering 2 free toppings. The available 4 toppings are pepperoni, onions, tomatoes and chicken.

pepperoni onions tomatoes chicken


How many ways can you choose 2 toppings.(order is not important which means picking pepperoni and onions is same as picking onions and pepperoni). Mark your answer.
 A  6  B  4
 C  12  D  8

4.  Hannah created a graph to show how many points were scored by each basket ball player. What is the range of the scores? Mark your answer.
s c o r e   10          
 
  8
 
  6
 
  4
 
  2
 
  0
  Andrew Jacob Ryan Justin Jason
  players
 A  6  B  2
 C  3  D  4

5.  What is the area of the shaded square (each unit in the graph represents 2 square miles)? Mark your answer.


 A  16 square miles  B  18 square miles
 C  12 square miles  D  8 square miles

6.  Jason used 3 points to draw a triangle as shown in the picture. Which of the following pairs is NOT one of the vertices? Mark your answer.
 A  (7,3)  B  (7,5)
 C  (3,7)  D  (4,2)

7.  Benjamin travelled from P to Q and then to R. How many miles did Benjamin travel from P to reach R (each division in the graph represents 1 mile)? Mark your answer.


 A  6  B  12
 C  9  D  13

8.  If a 1 meter rope is cut into 10 equal pieces, then what is the length of each piece? Mark your answer.
 A  1 cm  B  1 mm
 C  100 cm  D  10 cm

9.  What is the volume of the solid shown below?
 A  28 cubic units  B  125 cubic units
 C  140 cubic units  D  280 cubic units

10.  Jason bought 10 pears and his friend Amanda bought 12 peaches. The price of each pear is $0.90 and the price of each peach is $0.80. What number sentence can be used to find the total price of the fruits bought by Jason and Amanda? Mark your answer.
 A  (10 + 12) x $0.80  B  (10 x $0.90) + (12 x $0.80)
 C  (10 + 12) x $0.90  D  (10 x $0.90) x (12 x $0.80)

11.  Find the length of the missing side(marked ?) and then find the area of the shape?


Mark your answer.
 A  37 square cm  B  41 square cm
 C  13 square cm  D  39 square cm

12.  Daniel bought 2 bunches of lilies and his friend Sarah bought 7 bunches of daisies. The price of each bunch of lilies is $4.80 and the price of each bunch of daisies is $6.40. What is the total price of the flowers Daniel and Sarah bought together? Mark your answer.
 A  $20.20  B  $43.20
 C  $57.60  D  $54.40

13.  Diana created a graph to show 4 points. Where is Point P located?


 A  (10, 10)  B  (14, 12)
 C  (4, 14)  D  (18, 6)

14.  Sophia bought a toy and gave $7.00 to the clerk. Sophia received change equal to the shaded portion as shown below. What number sentence can be used to find the cost of the toy. Mark your answer.


 A  $7.00 - $6.70  B  $7.00 - $0.07
 C  $7.00 - $67.00  D  $7.00 - $0.67

15.  The evening temperature was shown in the picture below. The temperature was dropped by 30 ° since morning.


What was the temperature in the morning? Mark your answer.
 A  35° fahrenheit  B  55° fahrenheit
 C  50° fahrenheit  D  45° fahrenheit

16.  Olivia created a graph to show how many animals she saw in a zoo. How many giraffes, elephants and tigers are there? Mark your answer.
number of animals   10          
 
  8
 
  6
 
  4
 
  2
 
  0
  giraffes elephants tigers gorillas deers
  k i n d s   o f   a n i m a l s
 A  18  B  20
 C  21  D  22

17.  James bought 21 lemons and his friend Jennifer bought 3 pineapples. The price of each lemon is $0.25 and the price of each pineapple is $3.50. What is the total price of the fruits James and Jennifer bought together? Mark your answer.
 A  $6.00  B  $84.00
 C  $15.75  D  $27.75

18.  Jason want to estimate the sum of 96, 58 and 13 to nearest 10's. What is his estimated sum? Mark your answer.
 A  170  B  180
 C  190  D  160

19.  Find the length of the missing side(marked ?) and then find the perimeter of the shape?


Mark your answer.
 A  24 cm  B  26 cm
 C  28 cm  D  25 cm

20.  What is the greatest common factor (or greatest common divisor) of the two numbers 18 and 24 ? Mark your answer.
 A  6  B  3
 C  9  D  12

21.  There are 5 marbles in a box. One is green, one is violet, one is purple, one is blue and one is yellow.

green violet purple blue yellow


How many ways can you pick 2 marbles (order is not important which means picking green and violet is same as picking violet and green). Mark your answer.
 A  10  B  6
 C  8  D  12

22.  Two points are marked on the ruler as shown in the picture below.



What is the distance between point P and point Q? Mark your answer.
 A  13  B  12.5
 C  12  D  14.5

23.  Sarah started driving from location P. she travelled West 8 miles to reach Q and then North 14 miles to reach R. What are the coordinates of R? Mark your answer.


 A  (2, 16)  B  (10, 2)
 C  (2, 2)  D  (10,16)

24.  What is the perimeter of the shaded square (each division in the graph represents 2 miles)? Mark your answer.


 A  8 miles  B  16 miles
 C  22 miles  D  10 miles

25.  The numbers on the tiles follow a pattern.

6 10 18 30 46 66  

Find the next number in the pattern.
 A  89  B  92
 C  90  D  88

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