# Week 10/8-12

Benchmark Testing 1NW – Read full message. It is long. Sorry.

Math October 17th – 5.1, Rounding. 5.4 Whole number word problems, 5.5 Decimal word problems. and 5.18 Patterns. I am attaching some practice questions for home use. These do not need to be returned to school.

Grade 5 Benchmark #1 Review Stations

SOL 5.4: Operations with Whole Numbers     CALCULATOR ALLOWED

1. A farmer has 1,457 apples and 678 pears.
• She will fill baskets using these pieces of fruit.
• She will fill each basket with 24 pieces of fruit.

What is the total number of baskets the farmer will be able to fill with these pieces of fruit?

A     2, 135             B   779              C  88              D  60

1. Destiny is delivering a total of 32,000 flowers to several stores. This table shows the number of these flowers she has delivered to Store P and Store Q.
 Shop P     18,104 Shop Q      9,294

What is the total number of these flowers that Destiny still needs to deliver?

1. A building has 15 levels. Each level has 36 offices. What is the total number of offices in the building?

1. The state of Virginia has a total area of 39,594 square miles. The state of Maryland has a total area of 9,774 square miles. How much larger is the total areas of Virginia than Maryland?

1. Catherine has 4 boxes of baseball cards to display on album pages.
• Box 1 has 84 baseball cards
• Box 2 has 95 baseball cards
• Box 3 has 53 baseball cards
• Box 4 has 61 baseball cards

Each album page can display 12 baseball cards. What is the minimum number of album pages Catherine will need to display all of these cards?

A    24               B   25                   C    293           D    3,516

SOL 5.5a: Decimals   NO CALCULATOR

1. 85  5.3 = ?

1. 221  7 = ?

A    6.03               B  0.63              C  0.603            D  0.063

1. Solve: 18 ÷ 0.6 = ________________

1. The model represents the division problem 0.8 ÷ 0.4.
 What is the quotient of 0.8 and 0.4? A   0.2 B   12 C   0.12 D   2

1. A model of 0.7  2 is shown.

What is the product of 0.7 and 0.2? _______________

SOL 5.5b: Decimal Practical Problems   CALCULATOR ALLOWED

1. Jill practiced swimming 7.4 hours each week for 8 weeks. How many hours did Jill practice in all?

Toby has a goal of running 60 miles this week. He recorded the miles run each  day in the table.

 Monday 12.3 Tuesday  13.4 Wednesday  11.8

How many more miles does Toby have left to meet his goal of running a total of 60 miles?

1. A scientist collected four water samples from area lakes. Each sample was the same size and she collected 3.4 liters of water in all. What was the volume of each water sample?

1. There are exactly 18 liters of sport drink available to the golf team. If each golf player will be served 1.5 liters, how many players can be served?

1. Mason has a brick and 5 wood blocks

• The brick has a mass of 8.036 kilograms.
• Each wood block has a mass of 1.097 kilograms.

What is the difference between the mass of the brick and the combined mass of the 5 wood blocks?

A    5.485 kilograms                        C    2.551 kilograms

B    4.133 kilograms                                D   1.939 kilograms

SOL 5.1:  Rounding Decimals

1. Identify all of the numbers that would round to 530.2 is rounded to the nearest tenth. Select all correct answers.

530.25                 530.22                 530.17               530.14

1. What is 579.085 rounded to the nearest hundredth?

1. What is 7,378.16 to the nearest whole number?

1. What is 671.62 rounded to the nearest whole number?

1. A bag of candy weighs 2.073 pounds. What is this number rounded to the nearest hundredth of a pound?

A   2.10

B   2.08

C   2.07

D   2.00

SOL 5.18: Patterns

Patterns/Tables Calculator allowed

1. Complete the table using the relationship “multiply by 5”.
 x y 1 3 4 7
 Rule: ? Input (x) Output (y) 4.5 18 1.4 5.6 8.1 32.4 0 0 2.5 10

1. Look at the pattern in the table. Which could be the rule the number machine uses to change the input numbers to the output numbers?

A      Multiply by 4                      C   Multiply by 13.5

1. Which statement best describes how to find the next number in this increasing

pattern?

1,  4,  16,  64, 256, . . .

B   Divide 256 by 4
C   Multiply 256 by 4
D  Subtract 192 from 256

1. An increasing pattern is shown.

0.45, 0.9, 1.35, 1.8, 2.25, …

What would be the 7th term in the pattern?

1. Which pattern follows the rule “subtract 9” to find each number after the first?

A    21, 30, 39, 48, …

B    59, 50, 49, 40, …

C    65, 56, 47, 38, …

D    81, 72, 64, 45,…

Monday – Make corrections to Math quiz on Friday. Start on clean paper. Show all work.

Tuesday – Title 1 Night

Wednesday – p.21 (Set E)

Thursday –  Text p.393 (Set D)