Grade 5 Mathematics "Presidents' Test"
Directions: Read and answer questions 1 through 10. Use the reference sheet as necessary.
1. Juliette made the jewelry box shown. The jewelry box was shaped like a right rectangular prism. What was the volume, in cubic centimeters, of the jewelry box? (Refer to #1 on the reference sheets.)
2. What is the product of 5/8 x 3/4?
3. Rashad is filling a toy box with wooden blocks that are each a unit cube in size. He filled the bottom layer of a toy box with 15 wooden blocks. He then stacked two more wooden blocks on top of the bottom layer. The partially filled toy box is shown. What is the total volume, in cubic units of the toy box? (Refer to #3 on the reference sheets.)
4. The distance from Greg's house to Tanya's house is 7/10 of a mile. Which number correctly shows the number of miles as a decimal? (Refer to #4 on the reference sheets.)
5. Movie tickets cost $9.25 each and a large order of popcorn costs $7.75. What is the total cost of 5 movie tickets and a large order of popcorn?
6. Jack used cubes to make the right rectangular prism. He then made a smaller right rectangular prism using 1/4 of the number of cubes. What was the volume, in cubic inches, of the smaller right rectangular prism? (Refer to #6 on the reference sheets.)
7. Christopher wants to buy a notebook for $2.15, a pack of glue sticks for $5.08, and a pack of pens for $3.08. What is the total cost of the tree items Christopher wants to buy?
8. Min wants to make 100 name tags with ribbons attached to them. Each name tag requires five centimeters of ribbon. She has 3.25 meters of ribbon. Exactly how many more centimeters of ribbon does Min still need to make 100 name tags?
9. The sign shows the length of a trail in a park. The sign says: Sunrise Trail 3 1/4 miles. What is the length, in feet, of the trail?
10. In a shipment of new books for a library, 5/12 of the books were poetry and 2/5 were biographies. The remainder of the books in the shipment were mysteries. What fraction of the books in the shipment were mysteries?
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