Student Practice Test Booklet Grade 5 Mathematics

Student Name: __________________________________ School Name: ___________________________________

Mathematics—Session 1 (Non-Calculator) Answer questions 1 through 4 on page 2. ID:203597 KMH111_Garden_shape.eps B Common

ID:220016 SM159_InchRuler.eps A Common

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The picture below shows the shape of a garden. Garden

Part of a number line is shown below.

0

1

Which list has the fractions in order from least to greatest? A. 3 , 1 , 3 , 7 8 2 4 8

B. 3 , 7 , 1 , 3 8 8 2 4

1 3 3 7

C. 2 , 8 , 4 , 8

Key represents 1 square foot

D. 1 , 3 , 3 , 7 2 4 8 8

What is the area of the garden? A. B. C. D.

24 28 32 36

square square square square

feet feet feet feet

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ID:226197 SM163_ShapeEquation.eps A Common

ID:220017 AFDSP05_Spinner_Sum.eps C Common

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Mary has these two spinners. 2 1

The and are different numbers that make this sentence true. × 8 =

6

3

Which other number sentence must be true?

4

A. She spins each arrow once and writes down the sum of the two numbers. How many different sums are possible? A. B. C. D.

B.

2 3 4 5

C. D.

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Answer question 5 on page 2. ID:203408 GMAP05_cut_rectangle.eps Common

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Draw a rectangle in your Student Answer Booklet. On your drawing use a dotted line to show where to divide the rectangle into one triangle and one trapezoid.

Answer question 6 on page 2. ID:226209 Common

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Nathan, Alicia, and Taylor each ride to school on a bike. • Nathan rides his bike m miles. • Alicia rides her bike 3 times as many miles as Nathan does. • Taylor rides his bike 4 more miles than Nathan does. a. Use m to write an expression for the number of miles Alicia rides her bike. b. Use m to write an expression for the number of miles Taylor rides his bike.

Answer question 7 on page 2. ID:198555 Common

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Look at this number sentence.

hundreds + ones. Find one number for and one number for that make the number sentence true. Show 747 = 22 tens +

your work or explain how you know.

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DO NOT GO ON.

Mathematics—Session 2 (Calculator) Answer questions 8 through 11 on page 3. ID:203969 ASF5413-camp_ages.eps C Common

ID:203252 B Common

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The pictograph below shows the ages of the campers at Camp Fairweather.

A. B. C. D.

Ages of the Campers 8 years 9 years 10 years 11 years Key represents 6 campers

What is the total number of campers? A. 54 B. 60 C. 63 D. 72

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Which expression is equivalent to 12,000? 10 thousands 11 thousands 1 thousand + 1 thousand +

+ 12 hundreds + 10 hundreds 1 hundred + 10 tens 10 hundreds + 10 tens

ID:226221 B Common

ID:198499 GM4102_trapezoid_park.eps D Common

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1!

In the map below, Maple Street and Oak Street are parallel. Washington St.

The chart below shows the amount of money Meg will collect in a walkathon based on the number of miles she walks. Walkathon Chart Miles

Money Collected

2 4 6 8 10

$26 $34 $42 $50 $58

Forest Park

Jefferson St. Oa

kS

t.

Ma

ple

St.

The pattern in the chart continues. Meg collected $74 in the walkathon. How many miles did Meg walk? A. B. C. D.

What is the shape of Forest Park? A. a square B. a rectangle C. a rhombus D. a trapezoid

12 14 16 18

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Answer question 12 on page 3. ID:203557 ASF5123-Butter_Stick.eps Common

[email protected]

A baker cut a stick of butter in half. Then he cut one of the halves into 4 equal slices, as shown below. one slice

stick of butter

What fraction of the stick of butter is one slice?

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Answer question 13 on page 3. ID:220024 SM195_shape_stem_01.eps, Common

1#

Mr. Grimaldi asked his class to identify a mystery shape from these shapes.

C A B

F

E

D

He gave the class these two clues. Clue 1: The mystery shape has fewer than 5 sides. Clue 2: The mystery shape does not have any 90° angles. a. Using the clues, the class determined that the mystery shape is one of two shapes. What are those two shapes? b. Pick one shape you identified in part a. What additional clue could Mr. Grimaldi give as Clue 3 that would identify only that shape as the mystery shape? Explain your reasoning. Later, Mr. Grimaldi added this shape to the 6 shapes above.

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c. Write one or more clues that could identify this new shape as the only mystery shape.

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Student Name: __________________________________ School Name: ___________________________________

Mathematics—Session 1 (Non-Calculator) Answer questions 1 through 4 on page 2. ID:203597 KMH111_Garden_shape.eps B Common

ID:220016 SM159_InchRuler.eps A Common

q

w

The picture below shows the shape of a garden. Garden

Part of a number line is shown below.

0

1

Which list has the fractions in order from least to greatest? A. 3 , 1 , 3 , 7 8 2 4 8

B. 3 , 7 , 1 , 3 8 8 2 4

1 3 3 7

C. 2 , 8 , 4 , 8

Key represents 1 square foot

D. 1 , 3 , 3 , 7 2 4 8 8

What is the area of the garden? A. B. C. D.

24 28 32 36

square square square square

feet feet feet feet

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ID:226197 SM163_ShapeEquation.eps A Common

ID:220017 AFDSP05_Spinner_Sum.eps C Common

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r

Mary has these two spinners. 2 1

The and are different numbers that make this sentence true. × 8 =

6

3

Which other number sentence must be true?

4

A. She spins each arrow once and writes down the sum of the two numbers. How many different sums are possible? A. B. C. D.

B.

2 3 4 5

C. D.

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Answer question 5 on page 2. ID:203408 GMAP05_cut_rectangle.eps Common

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Draw a rectangle in your Student Answer Booklet. On your drawing use a dotted line to show where to divide the rectangle into one triangle and one trapezoid.

Answer question 6 on page 2. ID:226209 Common

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Nathan, Alicia, and Taylor each ride to school on a bike. • Nathan rides his bike m miles. • Alicia rides her bike 3 times as many miles as Nathan does. • Taylor rides his bike 4 more miles than Nathan does. a. Use m to write an expression for the number of miles Alicia rides her bike. b. Use m to write an expression for the number of miles Taylor rides his bike.

Answer question 7 on page 2. ID:198555 Common

u

Look at this number sentence.

hundreds + ones. Find one number for and one number for that make the number sentence true. Show 747 = 22 tens +

your work or explain how you know.

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DO NOT GO ON.

Mathematics—Session 2 (Calculator) Answer questions 8 through 11 on page 3. ID:203969 ASF5413-camp_ages.eps C Common

ID:203252 B Common

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o

The pictograph below shows the ages of the campers at Camp Fairweather.

A. B. C. D.

Ages of the Campers 8 years 9 years 10 years 11 years Key represents 6 campers

What is the total number of campers? A. 54 B. 60 C. 63 D. 72

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Which expression is equivalent to 12,000? 10 thousands 11 thousands 1 thousand + 1 thousand +

+ 12 hundreds + 10 hundreds 1 hundred + 10 tens 10 hundreds + 10 tens

ID:226221 B Common

ID:198499 GM4102_trapezoid_park.eps D Common

1)

1!

In the map below, Maple Street and Oak Street are parallel. Washington St.

The chart below shows the amount of money Meg will collect in a walkathon based on the number of miles she walks. Walkathon Chart Miles

Money Collected

2 4 6 8 10

$26 $34 $42 $50 $58

Forest Park

Jefferson St. Oa

kS

t.

Ma

ple

St.

The pattern in the chart continues. Meg collected $74 in the walkathon. How many miles did Meg walk? A. B. C. D.

What is the shape of Forest Park? A. a square B. a rectangle C. a rhombus D. a trapezoid

12 14 16 18

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Answer question 12 on page 3. ID:203557 ASF5123-Butter_Stick.eps Common

[email protected]

A baker cut a stick of butter in half. Then he cut one of the halves into 4 equal slices, as shown below. one slice

stick of butter

What fraction of the stick of butter is one slice?

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Answer question 13 on page 3. ID:220024 SM195_shape_stem_01.eps, Common

1#

Mr. Grimaldi asked his class to identify a mystery shape from these shapes.

C A B

F

E

D

He gave the class these two clues. Clue 1: The mystery shape has fewer than 5 sides. Clue 2: The mystery shape does not have any 90° angles. a. Using the clues, the class determined that the mystery shape is one of two shapes. What are those two shapes? b. Pick one shape you identified in part a. What additional clue could Mr. Grimaldi give as Clue 3 that would identify only that shape as the mystery shape? Explain your reasoning. Later, Mr. Grimaldi added this shape to the 6 shapes above.

G

c. Write one or more clues that could identify this new shape as the only mystery shape.

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