5th Grade Math Final Exam Good luck and do your best! Section 1: Rounding and Estimating Word Problems (5.N.1.1 & 5.N.3.1) 1. In October, 5,765 people took a boat ride in Bricktown. In November, 3,499 people took boat rides. Estimate to the nearest thousand the total number of people that took boat rides for both months. a. 10,000 b. 9,000 c. 8,000 d. 7,000 2. The population of a Sparkle City is 67,721 and the neighboring city of Glitterville has a population of 52,103. About how much larger is Sparkle City’s population than Glitterville’s population? First, round each population to the nearest ten thousand then estimate the difference. Write your answer on the answer sheet. Section 2: RealWorld Word Problems Multiplying and Dividing (5.N.1) 3. Nevaeh says 8,260 ÷ 20 = 413 . Is she correct? How do you know? Write your answer on the answer sheet. 4. Miss Hill took a road trip from Las Vegas to San Diego. She traveled 1,050 miles total. Her car gets 25 miles per gallon. How many gallons of gasoline she used on her adventure from Las Vegas to San Diego? a. 42 gallons of gas. b. 50 gallons of gas. c. 100 gallons of gas. d. 25 gallons of gas. 5. Jody paid $3.00 for each box of 35 beads. She has 1,400 beads altogether. a. How much did Jody pay in all for the beads? Write your answer on the answer sheet. b. Jody repacks the beads into small boxes with 20 beads in each box. How many small boxes does she need? Write your answer on the answer sheet. 5th Grade Math Final Exam 6. Roosevelt Middle School is taking 5th graders on a field trip. There are 120 students going on the trip, and each bus can take 35 students. How many buses will be needed to take all 120 students? a. 4 buses b. 3 buses c. 5 buses d. 6 buses 7. Katie has a roll of ribbon that is 8 feet long. She cuts off 3 feet of ribbon and the remaining length is cut into 8 shorter pieces of equal length. What is the length of each shorter piece of ribbon? 3 a. 8 8 b. 3 5 c. 8 8 d. 5 8. Kevin cleans houses over the summer to make some extra cash. Below is a table of how much money he makes throughout the week for cleaning: The first week of June, Kevin worked Tuesday through Sunday. How much money did he make? Write your answer on the answer sheet. 5th Grade Math Final Exam Section 3: Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers (5.N.3) 4 3 9. Lawrence has 5 pound of raisins. He buys 10 pound of almonds. He put them together to make trail mix. What is the total weight of his mixture? 7 a. 15 7 b. 10 1 c. 1 10 9 d. 10 5 10. Violeta and Brisa went to the park this morning. Violeta walked 8 of a mile and Brisa ran 7 18 of a mile. How much more miles did Violeta walk than Brisa ran? Simplify your answer. 17 a. more miles 72 2 b. more miles 10 12 c. more miles 26 12 d. more miles 18 11. Fernando takes 2 43 1 hours to complete a project. April takes 5 hour less than Fernando to complete his project. What is the total time it takes to complete both projects? Write your answer on the answer sheet. 12. Josh needed to write 12 paragraphs during the week. By Wednesday, he only finished 3 51 paragraphs. On Thursday, he finished another 5 43 paragraphs. If he finished writing all paragraphs by Friday, how much did he write on Friday? Write your answer on the answer sheet. 5th Grade Math Final Exam 13. Everyone at the office was having pizza together on Friday. They ordered 2 21 cheese 1 pizzas and 3 3 epperoni pizzas. But the pizzeria mixed up their order and delivered 4 41 p 2 pepperoni pizzas and 1 cheese pizzas. Did they get more or less pizza? By how much? 3 Write your answer on the answer sheet. 14. 7 51 − 4 21 = 7 a. 3 10 5 b. 3 10 5 c. 2 10 7 d. 2 10 Section 4: Decimals (5.N.2) 15. The mass of a stylus is 0.896 grams (g). Round the mass to the nearest hundredth of a gram. Write your answer on the answer sheet. 16. Rewrite each decimal as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form. a. 0.222 Write your answer on the answer sheet. b. 3.025 Write your answer on the answer sheet. c. 8.108 Write your answer on the answer sheet. 17. Write a mixed number for the following decimal: 5.109 Write your answer on the answer sheet. 5th Grade Math Final Exam 18. Compare the following decimal using > , <, or =. 0.65 0.650 Write your answer on the answer sheet. 19. Order the following decimals from least to greatest: 5.364, 6.036, 5.36, 5.003, 5.403 Write your answer on the answer sheet. Section 5: Order of Operations (5.A.2) 20. {32 + [(25 ÷ 5) − 5]} ÷ 8 = _________________ Write your answer on the answer sheet.
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