5 Grade Math Review th TNReady Practice February 29-March 4 Which grid has a coordinate pair that has an x-value greater than its yvalue? a. b.

c. d. Which coordinate pair has an x-coordinate that is 2 more than its ycoordinate? a. (1,3) b. (5,2) c. (5,4) d. (3,1)

Point T is plotted on a coordinate grid. T Point S has coordinates with these values: The x-coordinate is 2 more than the x-coordinate of point T. The y-coordinate is 1 less than the y-coordinate of point T. What the coordinates of point S? A. (6,4) B. (5,3)

C. (6,2) D. (2,6) Sean made a model from unit cubes, as shown. The volume of the model is 18 cubic cm. What are the length, wide, and height of each unit cube? A. 1 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm B. 1 cm x 3 cm x 2 cm C. 2 cm x 6 cm x 3 cm

D. 3 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm The figure shows a rectangular prism built with one-inch cubes. What is the volume, in cubic inches, of the rectangular prism? 5A box in the shape of a right rectangular prism is filled with 32 unit cubes. There are 8 layers of cubes in the box. Use the grid to create a rectangle that shows a possible length and width of the base of the prism.

6. Tasia packs 8 cubes into a box. Each cube has a volume of 1 cubic inch. Tasia does not leave any gaps between the cubs, and the cubes completely fill the box. Choose all of the possible boxes that Tasia could be using. 2 3 4 3

2 1 4 2 2 2

2 2 William and Preston have two different boxes that are each right rectangular prisms. They have the same volume. 3 5 5

? 6 2 What is the height, in inches, of Williams box? A. 6 B. 2 C. 1 D. 3

A company makes toy boats Each toy boat comes in a package that is 4 cm long, 2 cm wide, and 2 cm tall. The packages of toy boats are shipped in boxes that are 10 cm long, 10 cm wide, and 12 cm tall. Part A: How many boats will fit inside a shipping box? _________ A figure is made by joining two rectangular prisms, as shown. All side lengths shown are in cm. The total volume of the figure is 600 cubic cm. 5 cm

What is the difference, in cubic cm, between the volumes of the two rectangular prisms? ________________ The map shows the locations of the houses of four students: Mark, Rashun, Seth, and Emerson. The school is located at the origin. A B Marks house is 2 times as

far east as Rashuns house is from the school. Marks house is as far north as Seths house is from school. C D Which point shows the location of Marks house? ________________

Lauren draws a quadrilateral. Sides 1 and 2 are perpendicular. Sides 1 and 3 are parallel. Sides 2 and 4 are parallel. Which statement must be true about the quadrilateral? A. It is a square. B. It is a rectangle. C. It has two different angle measures. D. All four sides are the same length.

Which figure is always a rhombus? A. Parallelogram B. Rectangle C. Square D. trapezoid Which statement is true? A. All rhombuses are rectangles with two pairs of parallel sides. B. All parallelograms are squares with two pairs of parallel sides.

C. All squares are rectangles with four sides that are the same length. D. All rectangles are parallelograms with four sides that are the same length. 5. Which shows two expressions that have the same value? A. B. C. D.

12 - 4 2 + 4 30 2 x 2 + 7 5 + 7 x 2 15 15 5 + 3 x 2 (12 4) 2 + 4 30 2 x (2 + 7) (5 + 7) x 2 - 15 15 5 + (3 x 2)

95 5 15 = The x and y-coordinates of points on a coordinate plane are created by patterns. y x The x-coordinates start at 0 and follow the rule add 1 The y-coordinates start at 1 and follow the rule add 2 Use the grid to plot three points that are created using these patterns.

Two patterns are described. Pattern A: start with 0 and add 2. Pattern B: start with 0 and add 3. Which statement is true? A. The 10th term in pattern A is 2 times the value of the 10th term in pattern B. B. The 10th term in pattern A is 3 times the value of the 10th term in pattern B. C. The 10th term in pattern A is the value of the 10th term in pattern B. D. The 10th term in pattern A is the value of the 10th term in pattern B.

A set of ordered pairs is created using the following rules: The x-coordinates start with 1 and increase by 2. The y-coordinates start with 1 and increase by 3. What is the third ordered pair in the set? __________________ Tim and Jose each wrote a number. The value of the 4 in Tims number is the 2. value of the 4 in Jose s number.

Which could be the numbers that Tim and Jose wrote? A. B. C. D. Tim 0.472, Jose 0.742 Tim 0.464, Jose 0.0.465 Tim 0.246, Jose 0.641 Tim 0.149, Jose 0.491

Jimmy writes a number. He also writes two clues about his number. Clue 1: In my number, the digit 3 is 10 times the value of the digit 3 in the number 0.3 Clue 2: In my number, the digit 6 has a value that is 1/10 the value of the digit 6 in the number 0.06. Which number can be Jimmys number? A. 2.136 B. 2.63 C. 3.6

D. 3.126 Benjamin needs to multiply 5.1 by 105. He says the product will have 5 zeroes between the 1 and decimal point because the exponent is 5. Which statement is true? A. Ben is correct. B. Ben is not correct because 105 is 1,000,000 and 1,000,000 has 6 zeroes. C. Ben is not correct; the product will have 4 zeroes because of the digit in the tenths place. D. Ben is not correct; the product will have 6 zeroes because of the digit in the

tenths place. In which product does the 3 have the same value as the 3 in the product of 1.003 x 10? A. B. C. D. 10.03 x 10

10.03 10 100.3 x 10 100.3 10 Two numbers have been placed on a number line. Number A: five thousand thirty-two and one hundred six-thousandths Number B: (5 x 1000) + (3 x 100) + (2 x 10) + (6 x ) +( 1 x ) Which number is greater than number A, but less than number B?

A. 5031.115 B. 5033.162 C. 5330.059 D. 5330.071