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DIRECTIONS
Read each question. Then mark the circle next to the letter for the answer you have chosen. If a correct answer is not here, mark the circle next to the letter for “Not here.”











1The graph below represents the depth of snow in Mountain View during a snowstorm.

 Which table matches the data in the graph?
A C


B D
 

2Which statement about a cube is true?
FIt has exactly 4 vertices.
GIt has exactly 8 edges.
HIt has exactly 6 faces.
JIt has exactly 6 edges.
 

3Mr. Vale buys about 14.7 gallons of gas for his car every week. About how many gallons of gas does he buy in 4 weeks?
A15 gallons
B60 gallons
C80 gallons
D105 gallons
 

4Charlene read this information about finding the temperature outside by counting the number of cricket chirps.

 Charlene decided to test this theory and counted 162 cricket chirps in one minute. Based on the information in the box, what should the outside temperature be in degrees Fahrenheit?
F93°F
G78°F
H33°F
J42°F
 

5Izzy’s birthday falls on a date in April that is a prime number. Which could be the date of his birthday?
AApril 29
BApril 27
CApril 15
DApril 9
 

6The table below shows the number of bills of each value that Eunice had in her wallet.

 In all, what fraction of the number of bills in Eunice’s wallet were $5 or $20 bills?
F

G

H

J
 

7Ben’s family is going to see a movie. Admission is $3 for children and $5 for adults. Based on this information, which statement is true?
AThe admission cost is the same for 3 children as for 3 adults.
BThe admission cost is the same for 5 children as for 3 adults.
CThe admission cost is the same for 3 children as for 5 adults.
DThe admission cost is the same for 5 children as for 5 adults.
 

8A chili cook-off started at 9:30 A.M. All the chili had finished cooking 3 hours 40 minutes later. Which clock shows the time at which all the chili had finished cooking?
F


G


H


J
 

9Look at the figure below made up of 1-unit cubes.

 What is the volume of the figure?
A16 cubic units
B40 cubic units
C80 cubic units
D160 cubic units
 

10The drawing below represents a parking lot at the mall.

 Use the ruler on the Mathematics Chart to measure the dimensions of the parking lot to the nearest tenth of a centimeter. Which is closest to the perimeter of the actual parking lot in meters?
F440 m
G300 m
H225 m
J220 m
 

11During a recent year the state of Washington produced between 5,700,000,000 and 5,800,000,000 pounds of apples. Which could be the number of pounds of apples the state produced during that year?
A5,794,046 lb
B5,897,043 lb
C5,819,042,046 lb
D5,729,000,123 lb
 

12What is the prime factorization of 100?
F2 × 2 × 5 × 5
G2 × 5 × 10
H2 × 2 × 25
J4 × 5 × 5
 

13Henry made a long-distance phone call that lasted 12 minutes. The call cost $0.35 per minute. If there was an extra charge of $1.50, which number sentence shows how much Henry’s phone call cost?
A ($0.35 × 12) + $1.50 =

B ($0.35 + 12) + $1.50 =

C ($0.35 × 12) × $1.50 =

D ($0.35 + 12) × $1.50 =
 

14Look at the pattern of numbers below.
28, 84, 252, 756
 Which describes the rule for determining the last 3 numbers shown in this pattern?
FEach number is 56 more than the previous number.
GEach number is 64 more than the previous number.
HEach number is 3 times the previous number.
JEach number is 4 times the previous number.
 

15All the sides of parallelogram PQRS are congruent.

 Which of the following statements about parallelogram PQRS appears to be true?
 A PQ is parallel to SR. 
 B PQ is parallel to QR. 
 C SR is perpendicular to QR. 
 D SP is perpendicular to QR. 
 

16The coordinate grid below represents a lake.

 A canoe is at point W on the lake. A sailboat that is not shown on the grid is 4 units east and 2 units south of the canoe. What are the sailboat’s coordinates?
F(9, 7)
G(9, 3)
H(5, 5)
J(1, 7)
 

17Which of these does NOT show a single reflection?
A C


B D
 

18Abel ran a 1-kilometer race. When he was halfway to the finish line, how many meters did he have left to run?
F50 m
G100 m
H1,000 m
J500 m
 

19The fifth grade is holding an election for a student council representative. Only 30 students have voted so far. The results are shown in the table below.

  Based on these results, which is the most reasonable prediction of the number of votes Desirée will have received when 60 students have voted?
A8
B24
C16
D12
 

20 How many ounces does a -pound hamburger patty weigh?
F4 oz
G8 oz
H12 oz
J16 oz
 

21The table below shows the salad menu at a restaurant.

 From how many different combinations of 1 type of salad and 1 type of dressing can a customer choose?

Record your answer in the space below. Be sure to use the correct place value.


(Your answer must be between 0 and 999.)
 

22Vicki took the same amount of time to walk to school each day last week. The table below shows the times she left her house and arrived at school on 4 days.

 What is the relationship between the time Vicki left home and the time she arrived at school each day?
FShe arrived at school 44 minutes after she left home.
GShe arrived at school 11 minutes after she left home.
HShe arrived at school 24 minutes after she left home.
JShe arrived at school 36 minutes after she left home.
 

23The graph shows the depth of 5 lakes.

 What is the median depth of these 5 lakes?
A50 ft
B60 ft
C80 ft
D90 ft
 

24Look at the pattern of numbers below.
6, ___, 20, 27, 34
 Which expression could be used to find the missing number in the pattern?
F(6 + 34) ÷ 2
G(6 × 20) ÷ 2
H(20 − 7) + 6
J(27 − 20) + 6
 

25The students in fifth grade voted for their favorite brand of toothpaste. Brand Z received twice as many votes as Brand X. Brand Y received 3 times as many votes as Brand X. Which of the following tables accurately represents the results of the survey?
A C


B D
 

26Lenny bought as many crickets as possible with $4.20 to feed to his lizard. Crickets cost 10¢ each or $1.00 per dozen. How many crickets did Lenny buy?
F50
G49
H62
J46
 

27The table below shows the colors of the houses on Seth’s street and the fraction of the total number of houses painted each color.

 Which color was used for the smallest fraction of the houses on Seth’s street?
AWhite
BTan
CGray
DYellow
 

28Which single transformation is shown below?

FTranslation
GReflection
HRotation
JNot here
 

29Mrs. Pickens is choosing glazes for pottery. Her choices are shown in the table below.

 If Mrs. Pickens chooses a color, a texture, and a polish for each pottery glaze, what is the total number of combinations of glazes she can make?
A3
B7
C12
D18
 

30 Which of the following is equal to gallons?
F6 quarts
G10 quarts
H20 cups
J40 pints
 

31The picture below shows a box that is filled with 1-inch cubes.

 What is the total volume of the box?
A120 cubic inches
B100 cubic inches
C74 cubic inches
D50 cubic inches
 

32Kathy gave her friends clues about a number she was thinking of. She told them that when her number is doubled and added to 10, the result is 58. What is the number Kathy was thinking of?
F34
G126
H24
J96
 

33Lorrie won 384 tennis matches during 8 years. She won the same number of matches each year. How many matches did Lorrie win each year?
A38
B48
C43
D33
 

34Ellie is playing a game with the set of cards shown below.

 She takes one card from this set without looking. What is the probability that the card will have either a triangle or a circle on it?
F

G

H

J
 

35The table below shows a pattern of factors and products.

 If the pattern continues, which should be the middle digit of the next product?
A1
B4
C3
D5
 

36The factor tree for the number 36 is shown below.

  According to this factor tree, which of the following statements is true?
FThe numbers 2 and 3 are prime.
GThe only prime factor of the number 36 is 3.
HThe number 9 is prime.
JThe product of 2 prime numbers is always prime.
 

37Cherie has 4 different types of ribbon. The color and width of each type of ribbon are listed in the table below.

  Cherie needs ribbon that is inch wide. Which color of ribbon has an equivalent width?
ARed
BBlue
CGreen
DYellow
 

38Karina planted flowers in her yard. The table below shows the height of 1 flower during a 2-week period.

 Which of the following represents the height in centimeters of Karina’s flower on April 15?
FFifty-eight and eight hundredths
GFifty-eight and eight tenths
HFive hundred eighty-eight
JFive hundred and eight tenths
 

39 The model below shows shaded.

  Which decimal is equivalent to ?
A1.15
B1.5
C0.015
D0.15
 

40The Bryant family has 4 dogs. Lady is 7 years old and is 3 years younger than Rex. Rex is 4 years older than Max, and Max is 3 years older than Daisy. Which lists the dogs in order from oldest to youngest?
FLady, Rex, Max, Daisy
GRex, Max, Daisy, Lady
HRex, Lady, Max, Daisy
JDaisy, Lady, Max, Rex
 

41Look at the coordinate grid below.

 Which of the following points is closest to (1, 6)?
APoint K
BPoint L
CPoint M
DPoint N
 

42An equilateral triangle is shown below.

 Which statement about the triangle is true?
FThe triangle has 2 sides that form a right angle.
GAll the triangle’s sides are the same length.
HNone of the triangle’s sides are the same length.
JThe triangle has only 2 sides that are congruent.
 

43Admission to a basketball tournament is $7 per person. If 179 people pay to attend the tournament, how much money will be collected for admission?
A$956
B$1,193
C$1,253
D$793
 

44The table shows the years in which 4 famous mathematicians were born.

 According to the table, how many years later was John Venn born than Galileo Galilei?
F330 years
G270 years
H398 years
J192 years
 

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