# Mid-Year Review. Test Prep. Multiple Choice. Fill in the circle next to the correct answer.

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1 Name: Date: Summer Math Packet for Students Entering 5th Grade Mid-Ye r Review Test Prep Multiple hoice Fill in the circle next to the correct answer thousands 4 tens 8 ones in standard form is. (Lesson 1.1) 1,348 B 10,348 13,048 D 13, In the number 83,415 the value of the digit 3 is. (Lesson 1.1) 30 B 300 3,000 D 30, ,000 more than 37,568 is. (Lesson 1.2) 36,568 B 37,468 37,668 D 38, Estimate by rounding to the nearest 100. (Lesson 2.1) 300 B D Which is the greatest common factor of 27 and 45? (Lesson 2.2) 1 B 3 9 D Which pair of numbers has both a prime and a composite number? (Lesson 2.2) 4 and 7 B 3 and and 28 D 6 and 8 Mid-Year Review 181

2 7. What is the sum of the fi rst two multiples of 6? (Lesson 2.3) 3 B 6 12 D Mr. Finch exercises at the gym every two days. Mr. havez exercises at the gym every fi ve days. When will they meet next if they fi rst met on January 5? (Lesson 2.3) January 7 B January 10 January 15 D January Divide 5,613 by 7. The remainder is. (Lesson 3.4) 1 B 6 18 D fter using 35 jars to store 14 marbles each, li has 3 marbles left. How many marbles did he have at fi rst? (Lesson 3.5) 52 B D The table shows the medals different teams won at a competition. (Lesson 4.2) Number of Medals Won Team Gold Silver Bronze Sandcastle oral Reef Sunshine Sea Horse t which intersection was one medal won? Sandcastle and Gold B oral Reef and Silver Sunshine and Bronze D Seahorse and Silver 182 Mid-Year Review

3 Name: Date: 12. Find the mode. (Lesson 5.2) 31 lb 36 lb 21 lb 40 lb 38 lb 40 lb 31 lb 37 lb B 36 lb D 40 lb 13. Jim ordered cans of fruit cocktail for his diner for 6 months. (Lesson 5.3) ans of Fruit ocktail Stem Leaves What is the median number of cans he ordered? 29 cans B 32 cans 33 cans D 40 cans 14. bag contains 5 yellow balls and 3 green balls. hoose the correct word to describe the likelihood of drawing a yellow ball from the bag. (Lesson 5.4) Impossible More likely B ertain D Less likely 15. Stacy draws one of these number cards from a bag What is the probability that she draws a number less than 10? (Lesson 5.5) 1 2 B D 1 6 Mid-Year Review 183

4 16. Which two fractions have a sum of 10 9? (Lesson 6.1) 1 2 and 10 4 B 1 2 and and 10 1 D 3 4 and Which mixed number is represented by on the number line? (Lesson 6.3) B D How many fi fths are in 2 3 5?(Lesson 6.4) 10 B D Express as a mixed number in simplest form. (Lesson 6.5) B D Ms. Lee cut a piece of yarn into different fractional parts: 1 12, 1 4 and What fraction of the yarn is left? (Lesson 6.7) 1 4 B D Mid-Year Review

5 Name: Date: Short nswer Read each question carefully. Write your answer in the space provided. Give your answers in the correct units. 21. Write forty thousand, sixteen in expanded form. (Lesson 1.1) 22. rrange the numbers in order from least to greatest. (Lesson 1.2) 6,407 19,999 6,047 20, Estimate the quotient of (Lesson 2.1) 24. The table shows the number of people who visited the space ride at a theme park. omplete the table. (Lesson 4.2) Number of Visitors at the Space Ride Male Female Total dults hildren Use the table to answer Exercises 25 and How many people visited the space ride? (Lesson 4.2) 26. What fraction of the people who visited the space ride were children? (Lesson 6.7) Mid-Year Review 185

6 The line graph shows the number of visitors at a museum during the course of a day. (Lesson 4.3) 140 Visitors at a Museum 120 Number of Visitors M. 11.M. 1 P.M. 3 P.M. 5 P.M. 7 P.M. 9 P.M. Time 27. By how much did the visitor population increase from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.? 28. During which interval did the visitor population decrease the most? 29. During which interval did the same number of visitors arrive and depart? 186 Mid-Year Review

7 Name: Date: Use the line plot to solve Exercises 30 and 31. (Lesson 5.2) The line plot shows the number of siblings each student in John s class has Number of Siblings 30. Find the median of the set of data. 31. Find the mode of the set of data. Use the stem-and-leaf plot to solve Exercises 32 and 33. (Lesson 5.3) The stem-and-leaf plot shows the number of orchids produced by 10 greenhouse plants in one month. Number of Orchids Stem Leaves The median of the set of data is. 33. The outlier of the set of data is. Mid-Year Review 187

8 Look at the spinner. Write more likely, less likely, equally likely, certain, or impossible. Explain your answer. (Lesson 5.4) The spinner is to land on an odd number or an even number. Reason: The bar graph shows the color of the horses at a horse show. olor of Horses at a Show Number of Horses Black Brown olor 35. Which set is more likely to be the one shown in the bar graph? (Lesson 5.4) olor of Horses at a Show olor Black Brown Set 5 3 Set B Set Mid-Year Review

9 Name: Date: nswer each question. 36. bag has 5 red beads, 8 green beads, and 4 yellow beads. What is the probability of drawing a yellow bead from the bag? (Lesson 5.5) 37. Find the sum of 1 6, 1 6, and 2 3. (Lesson 6.1) 38. What is ? (Lesson 6.6) Mid-Year Review 189

10 39. container and 6 lemons have a total weight of 4 5 pound. Two lemons have a total weight of 10 1 pound. Find the weight of the container if all the lemons have the same weight. (Lesson 6.8) 190 Mid-Year Review

11 Extended Response Solve. Show your work. 40. clinic needs 1,350 chairs for a charity event. Three stores donate chairs. Store donates 216 chairs, Store B donates 420 chairs, and Store donates 376 chairs. Does the clinic have enough chairs? Decide if you need to fi nd an estimate or an exact answer. (Lesson 2.1) 41. Barrie had some stamps. He gave 1 8 of them to Tom. If he gave 15 stamps to Tom, how many stamps did he have at fi rst? (Lesson 6.8) Mid-Year Review 191

12 Name: Date: 42. Mr. Marchez ordered 7 books through a website. The total mass of the books was 3,458 grams. The masses of each book were 360 g 410 g 280 g 150 g 550 g?? The masses of the remaining 2 books were not given. (Lesson 5.6) a. Find the mean mass of the books. b. Find the mean mass of the 2 remaining books. c. The range of the masses is 710 grams, and the lightest mass is given above. What is the mass of the heaviest book? 192 Mid-Year Review

13 43. factory packages 4,250 boxes of cereal. The number of oat cereal boxes is 715 more than the number of wheat cereal boxes. The number of fruit cereal boxes is 5 times the number of wheat cereal boxes. How many fruit cereal boxes does the factory package? (Lesson 3.5) 44. Three people guess the number of cherries in a bag, rounded to the nearest 10. lex guesses 80 cherries, Jess guesses 60 cherries, and Nia guesses 70 cherries. The actual number is a multiple of 7. The sum of the digits of the number is 9. Who guessed correctly? (Lesson 2.1 and 2.2) Mid-Year Review 193

14 Name: Date: Test Prep Multiple hoice Fill in the circle next to the correct answer. 1. The digit 9 in 89.4 stands for. (Lesson 7.2) 9 hundredths B 9 tenths 9 ones D 9 tens 2. Find (Lesson 8.2) 5.07 B D The product of 9 and is 1,107. (Lesson 3.1) 123 B 1,098 1,116 D 9, The table shows the number of fruit and biscuits a group of students have. Some numbers in the table are missing. Use the information in the table to answer the question. (Lesson 4.1) Name Number of Fruit Number of Biscuits Total nnabel Mandy rystal 17 The total number of fruit and biscuits is 120. How many fruit does rystal have? 6 B D

15 5. The stem-and-leaf plot shows the points scored by Jason in nine basketball games. (Lesson 5.3) Jason s Scores Stem Leaves What is the outlier of the set of data? 40 B D Peter draws one of these number cards from a bag. (Lesson 5.5) What is the probability that he draws a number less than 10? B D Subtract 2 4 from 7. Express your answer in simplest form. (Lesson 6.2) B D

16 Name: Date: (Lesson 6.3) B 20 5 D Which of the shaded parts represents 4 5 of a set? (Lesson 6.7) B 10. D The arrow is pointing at. (Lesson 7.1) 0 B D 4 157

17 11. va s mass is 45.0 kilograms when rounded to 1 decimal place. What is her least possible mass? (Lesson 7.4) kilograms kilograms B kilograms D kilograms is not equal to. (Lesson 7.5) B D 55 1, is equal to. (Lesson 8.2) 0 B D Which of these angles is an acute angle? (Lesson 9.1) B D 158

18 Name: Date: 15. B D X Sam needs to draw an angle of 125 from point X. He must join point X to point. (Lesson 9.2) B B D D 16. Refer to the fi gure to answer Exercises 15 and 16. B D H E G F Which line segment is perpendicular to H? (Lesson 10.1) HG FE B BE D D 17. Which line segment is parallel to D? (Lesson 10.2) D BE B GH D FG 159

19 18. In the square below, fi nd the measure of a. (Lesson 11.2) a 30 B D The perimeter of a rectangle is 24 centimeters. The length of one of its sides is 5 centimeters. What is the area? (Lesson 12.1) 7 cm 2 B 14 cm 2 35 cm 2 D 49 cm ll line segments on the fi gure meet at right angles. Find EF. (Lesson 12.1) 10 cm B E D 4 cm F H 12 cm G 4 cm 8 cm B 6 cm D 10 cm 160

20 Name: Date: 21. Which pair of fi gures are symmetric? (Lesson 13.1) B D and B and D B B and D D and 22. What is the repeated shape used in the tessellation? (Lesson 14.1) B D 23. Which of these shapes has rotational symmetry? (Lesson 13.2) B D 161

21 24. This shape can be tessellated by. (Lesson 14.2) sliding fl ipping B rotation D ll of the above 25. B From position to B, the unit shape has been. slid B rotated fl ipped D none of the above 162

22 Name: Date: Short nswer Read each question carefully. Write your answers in the space given. Give your answers in the correct units. 26. I am a number between 30 and 50. I am a multiple of 8. My greatest common factor with 25 is 5. What number am I? (Lessons 2.2 and 2.3) 27. The table shows the number of marbles nthony and Michelle have. omplete the table and answer the questions. (Lesson 4.1) Red Marbles Blue Marbles Total nthony Michelle a. What was the total number of red marbles? b. What fraction of the total number of marbles were blue? 163

23 28. The graph shows the amount of water used by the residents of an apartment block over a morning. (Lesson 4.3) 7,000 mount of Water used by the Residents 6,000 Volume of Water (L) 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1, M. 8.M. 9.M. 10.M. 11.M. 12 P.M. 1 P.M. Time a. t which two times was the same amount of water used? b. t what time was the amount of water used twice that used at noon? 29. bag has 5 pink balls, 8 yellow balls, and 4 blue balls. What is the probability of drawing a pink ball from the bag? (Lesson 5.5) 30. What is ? Express your answer in simplest form. (Lesson 6.2) 6 164

24 Name: Date: 31. Express 30 7 as a mixed number. (Lesson 6.5) 32. Find the difference between 5 8 and 3. (Lesson 6.6) 33. How many grey squares must be replaced by white squares so that 2 of the total number of squares are grey? (Lesson 6.7) What is the number in the box? (Lesson 7.2) Li Li is 1.85 meters tall. Round her height to the nearest tenth of a meter. (Lesson 7.4) 36. Express as a decimal. (Lesson 7.5) 165

25 37. Draw and label a line segment B such that the measure of angle B is 167. Line segment B is given. (Lesson 9.2) B 38. Draw a line segment perpendicular to B through point O. (Lesson 10.1) O B 39. Draw a line parallel to D passing through point X. (Lesson 10.2) X D 40. B is a vertical line segment and B is a horizontal line segment. Find the measure of B. (Lesson 10.3) 166

26 Name: Date: 41. Look at the fi gure below to answer the question. (Lesson 12.3) X B Y D Z X, Y, and Z are squares. The length of each side of X is 5 centimeters and the length of each side of Y is 3 centimeters. B D. Find the total length of the thick lines in the fi gure. 42. Shade some squares and half-squares to make a symmetric pattern in the fi gure. (Lesson 13.3) 43. In the tessellation below, the unit shape is. Extend the tessellation in the space provided by adding four more unit shapes. (Lesson 14.2) 167

27 44. omplete the tessellation by adding three more unit shapes. (Lesson 14.2) 45. omplete the figure so that it has rotational symmetry about point O. (Lesson 13.3) O 46. a. Does the word N O have rotational symmetry? (Lesson 13.3) b. Fill in the box with a letter so that N O will have rotational symmetry. (Lesson 13.3) 168

28 Name: Date: Extended Response Solve. Show your work. 47. Jane used 1 of the fl our to make biscuits. 4 She used 1 of the fl our to bake a cake. 2 What fraction of the fl our was left? 48. Mr. Lim has some savings. If he gives \$40 to one brother, he will have \$6,145 left. But he decides to give all his savings to his 5 brothers equally. How much will each brother get? 49. Rita bought fabric and ribbon from a store. The ribbon cost \$ Rita paid the cashier \$50.00 and received change of \$5.25. How much did the fabric cost? 169

29 50. The area of a rectangle is 98 square centimeters, and its width is 7 centimeters. Find the length. 51. Richard planted some grass on a rectangular plot of land which measures 12 meters by 8 meters. He left a margin of 0.5 meters around the grass, as shown in the figure below. Find the area of land covered by grass. (Lesson 12.4) 0.5 m 12 m grass 0.5 m 8 m 170

### Mid-Year Review. Test Prep. Multiple Choice. Fill in the circle next to the correct answer.

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