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Math - 5.2

Tianna Patterson

Taken Date: 2015-01-27

Full Score: 29 pts

Score: 9 pts

TiannaPatterson@shcamn.org

Correct: 9/29 questions

Passing Rate: 65%

Scoring Rate: 31.03%

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Q.1) If $77.00 is divided evenly among 4 children, which of the following answers would be the best way to represent how much money they would receive? (5.1.1.2)

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receive? (5.1.1.2) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 $ $19.25 $19 R1 $19 Q.2) The calculation

$

receive? (5.1.1.2) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 $ $19.25 $19 R1 $19 Q.2) The calculation
$19.25

$19.25

$19 R1

$19

Q.2) The calculation following? (5.1.1.4)

Q.2) The calculation following? (5.1.1.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 , can be checked by which of the

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, can be checked by which of the

13 x 9 = 117

13

x 9 = 117

13 x 9 = 117
13 + 9 = 117

13

+ 9 = 117

117 - 13 = 9

117 - 13 = 9

by which of the 13 x 9 = 117 13 + 9 = 117 117 -

13

13 9 = 117 Q.3) Which three expressions equal 1? (5.1.2.2)Check all correct answers. Multiple Response,Points:1.

9 = 117

Q.3) Which three expressions equal 1? (5.1.2.2)Check all correct answers.

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0.9 + 0.1 

 
0.9 + 0.1  

1.001 - 0.001all correct answers. Multiple Response,Points:1. Earns:1 0.9 + 0.1   + 0.01 0.99   - 0.01

+ 0.010.99

0.99

 

- 0.011.10

1.10

109.10 - 101.011.001 - 0.001 + 0.01 0.99   - 0.01 1.10 Q.4) Fifth grade students used a

Q.4) Fifth grade students used a calculator to find the mean of the monthly allowance in their class. The calculator display showed 25.80645161. Round this number to the nearest cent.

(5.1.2.5)

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cent. (5.1.2.5) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 $25.80 $25.806 $25.81 $25.00 Q.5) If a new school costs

$25.80

$25.806

$25.81

$25.00

Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 $25.80 $25.806 $25.81 $25.00 Q.5) If a new school costs $589,675 to build, and

Q.5) If a new school costs $589,675 to build, and there are 20 people willing to pay an equal share, estimate how much each person would have to pay in order to have enough money to build a new school. (5.1.1.3)

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a new school. (5.1.1.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 $300,000 $25,000 $205 $30,000 Q.6) Max had a birthday

$300,000

$25,000

$205

$30,000

Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 $300,000 $25,000 $205 $30,000 Q.6) Max had a birthday party. The cake was divided
of the cake during the party.After the party, his parents ate some cake too. The

of the cake during the party.After the party, his parents ate some cake too.

the party.After the party, his parents ate some cake too. The amount the parents ate was

The amount the parents ate was

the amount of cake that was eaten? (5.1.3.2)

of the cake.Which shaded part of the model shows

(5.1.3.2) of the cake.Which shaded part of the model shows Q.7) Which equation represents the line

Q.7) Which equation represents the line on the grid? (5.2.1.2)

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y on the grid? (5.2.1.2) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 y y y = 2x = 2x - 3

y

y

y

= 2x

= 2x - 3

= x - 1

= x

Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 y y y y = 2x = 2x - 3 = x - 1

Q.8) An end-of-the-year party for 5th grade costs $150 to rent the room and $4.00 for each student. How much would it cost if there were 56 fifth graders? (5.2.1.1)

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User Answer:

Correct Answer:

1
1

Total cost: -> $374

2
2

-> $274

3
3

-> $8624

4
4

-> $656

-> $274 3 -> $8624 4 -> $656 Q.9) What is the sum of and ?

Q.9) What is the sum of

Q.9) What is the sum of and ? (5.1.3.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0

and

Q.9) What is the sum of and ? (5.1.3.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0

?

(5.1.3.1)

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-> $8624 4 -> $656 Q.9) What is the sum of and ? (5.1.3.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1.
Q.10) What value of c makes the equation below true? (5.2.2.1)12c + 8 4 =

Q.10) What value of c makes the equation below true? (5.2.2.1)12c + 8

Q.10) What value of c makes the equation below true? (5.2.2.1)12c + 8 4 = 38

4 = 38

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User Answer:

c = -> 8+ 8 4 = 38 Word Bank,Points:1. Earns:1 User Answer: Q.11) Select two statements that are

38 Word Bank,Points:1. Earns:1 User Answer: c = -> 8 Q.11) Select two statements that are

Q.11) Select two statements that are true for this number: 49,752.381

(5.1.2.1)

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(5.1.2.1) Multiple Response,Points:1. Earns:0 The value of the digit 1 is 0.01 It is 50,000 when

The value of the digit 1 is 0.01

It is 50,000 when rounded to the nearest ten thousand.

8 is in the hundredths place.

In words it is forty-nine thousand, seven hundred fifty-two and three hundred eighty-one hundredths.

hundred fifty-two and three hundred eighty-one hundredths. Q.12) Estimate the value of 492,396 x 7. (5.1.1.3)

Q.12) Estimate the value of 492,396 x 7. (5.1.1.3)

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35,000,000492,396 x 7. (5.1.1.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 42,000,000 3,500,000 4,200,000 Q.13) Estimate the value of

42,000,0007. (5.1.1.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 35,000,000 3,500,000 4,200,000 Q.13) Estimate the value of 63,854

3,500,000Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 35,000,000 42,000,000 4,200,000 Q.13) Estimate the value of 63,854 80.

4,200,000Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 35,000,000 42,000,000 3,500,000 Q.13) Estimate the value of 63,854 80. (5.1.1.3)

Earns:1 35,000,000 42,000,000 3,500,000 4,200,000 Q.13) Estimate the value of 63,854 80. (5.1.1.3)

Q.13) Estimate the value of 63,854

Q.13) Estimate the value of 63,854 80. (5.1.1.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0

80. (5.1.1.3)

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63,854 80. (5.1.1.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 900 8000 800 600 Q.14) Use the expression in the

900

8000

800

600

Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 900 8000 800 600 Q.14) Use the expression in the picture to solve.

Q.14) Use the expression in the picture to solve. What is the value of the expression, when a = 6 , b = 9, and c = 3?

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66

72

36

60

and c = 3? Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 66 72 36 60 Q.15) Find the value of

Q.15) Find the value of the expression below.

(5.2.2.1)

Q.15) Find the value of the expression below. (5.2.2.1) Fill in the blank,Points:1. Earns:0

Fill in the blank,Points:1. Earns:0

User Answer:

Reference Answer:

3

0,zero

Earns:0 User Answer: Reference Answer: 3 0,zero Q.16) Find the missing numbers for the equation in

Q.16) Find the missing numbers for the equation in the picture.

(5.2.2.1)

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the missing numbers for the equation in the picture. (5.2.2.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 3, 3 5,

3, 3

5, 5

5, 3

3, 5

the missing numbers for the equation in the picture. (5.2.2.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 3, 3 5,

Q.17) Aaron saved twice as much money as Britney. Carlos saved $70 more than Britney. If they saved $1790 altogether, how much did Carlos save? (5.1.1.4)

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$430Carlos save? (5.1.1.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $500 $344 $1720 Q.18) Look at the line graph in

$500save? (5.1.1.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $430 $344 $1720 Q.18) Look at the line graph in the

$344(5.1.1.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $430 $500 $1720 Q.18) Look at the line graph in the picture.

$1720Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $430 $500 $344 Q.18) Look at the line graph in the picture. What

Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $430 $500 $344 $1720 Q.18) Look at the line graph in the picture.

Q.18) Look at the line graph in the picture. What is true about the difference in the price of gasoline from 1975 to 2012? (5.4.1.2)

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1975 to 2012? (5.4.1.2) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 The difference is less than $3.00 The price in

The difference is less than $3.00

The price in 2012 is about the same as 1972.

The difference is greater than $3.00

The difference is about $4.00

is greater than $3.00 The difference is about $4.00 Q.19) Crystal has a rectangular patio. One

Q.19) Crystal has a rectangular patio. One side measures 6.2 ft.The other side measures ft. What is the perimeter of the patio? (5.1.3.4)

6.2 ft.The other side measures ft. What is the perimeter of the patio? (5.1.3.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1.

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ft
ft

ft

53.94 ft

53.94 ft

29.8 ft

29.8 ft

ft
ft

ft

Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 ft 53.94 ft 29.8 ft ft Q.20) The bar graph in the picture shows

Q.20) The bar graph in the picture shows the pizza eaten by some families over two weeks. According to the graph, how much more pizza did the Jensens eat than the Adlers in week 1?

(5.4.1.2)

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in week 1? (5.4.1.2) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 1 Q.21) What symbol makes the inequality true? (5.1.2.3)
in week 1? (5.4.1.2) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 1 Q.21) What symbol makes the inequality true? (5.1.2.3)

1

week 1? (5.4.1.2) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 1 Q.21) What symbol makes the inequality true? (5.1.2.3)

Q.21) What symbol makes the inequality true? (5.1.2.3)

Q.21) What symbol makes the inequality true? (5.1.2.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1

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>

<

=

+

Earns:0 1 Q.21) What symbol makes the inequality true? (5.1.2.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 > < =

Q.22) What fraction is equivalent to

Q.22) What fraction is equivalent to and in simplest form? (5.1.2.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0

and in simplest form? (5.1.2.4)

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form? (5.1.2.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 Q.23) Joaquin is measuring the mass of sodium chloride for

Q.23) Joaquin is measuring the mass of sodium chloride for a chemistry experiment. He needs a total of 13.2 grams, and the mass of his sodium chloride is 6.99 grams. About how many more grams does he need for the experiment? (5.1.2.5 + 5.1.3.4)

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6

7(5.1.2.5 + 5.1.3.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 6 9 grams grams grams 10 grams Q.24) The total

9

grams

grams

grams

10 grams

Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 6 7 9 grams grams grams 10 grams Q.24) The total cost of 4

Q.24) The total cost of 4 lbs of fish and 3 pounds of meat is $42.40. If the 4 lbs of fish cost $27.40, what is the cost of 1 lb of meat? (5.1.3.4)

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$15.001 lb of meat? (5.1.3.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $5.00 $4.75 $69.80 Q.25) In order to work

$5.00meat? (5.1.3.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $15.00 $4.75 $69.80 Q.25) In order to work properly, a part

$4.75(5.1.3.4) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $15.00 $5.00 $69.80 Q.25) In order to work properly, a part must

$69.80Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $15.00 $5.00 $4.75 Q.25) In order to work properly, a part must fit

Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:1 $15.00 $5.00 $4.75 $69.80 Q.25) In order to work properly, a part must

Q.25) In order to work properly, a part must fit through a 0.26 inch wide space. Which size part would fit through the space? (5.1.2.3)

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the space? (5.1.2.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 in in in in Q.26) Look at the table of

in

in

space? (5.1.2.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 in in in in Q.26) Look at the table of test

in

in(5.1.2.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 in in in Q.26) Look at the table of test scores for

(5.1.2.3) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 in in in in Q.26) Look at the table of test scores

User Answer:

Correct Answer:

2
2

Mean of Decimals Test -> 48

1
1

Mean of Fractions Test -> 41

2
2

Mean of Decimals Test -> 42

3
3

-> 36

4
4

-> 48

Q.27) What is the difference between and ? (5.1.3.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 Q.28) Find the

Q.27) What is the difference between

Q.27) What is the difference between and ? (5.1.3.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0

and

Q.27) What is the difference between and ? (5.1.3.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0

?

(5.1.3.1)

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and ? (5.1.3.1) Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 Q.28) Find the median for the set of data below?

Q.28) Find the median for the set of data below? (5.4.1.1)25.28 , 20.69 , 19.005 , 20.69 , 44.505 , 20.902 , 25.09

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44.505 , 20.902 , 25.09 Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 25.5 25.166 20.69 20.902 Q.29) Find the range

25.5

25.166

20.69

20.902

Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 25.5 25.166 20.69 20.902 Q.29) Find the range of the same set of

Q.29) Find the range of the same set of data below? (5.4.1.1)25.28 , 20.69 , 19.005 , 20.69 , 44.505 , 20.902 , 25.09

Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0

, 20.69 , 19.005 , 20.69 , 44.505 , 20.902 , 25.09 Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 25.5

25.5

25.166

20.69

20.902

, 20.69 , 19.005 , 20.69 , 44.505 , 20.902 , 25.09 Multiple Choice,Points:1. Earns:0 25.5