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5th Grade Math Test

Grab a calculator and use your elementary knowledge to ace this 5th grade-level math test!
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Last updated: July 15, 2023
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1. Evan wants to measure the length of his room. Which unit of measure is appropriate to measure the length of his room?
Centimeter
Meter
Kilometer
Millimeter
2. What is 3/9 in simplest form?
1/3
1/2
3/6
6/18
3. Mrs. Perkins makes study guides for her class of 21 students. She uses 252 sheets of paper. How many sheets of paper are in each study guide?
12 Sheets
231 Sheets
273 Sheets
5,292 Sheets
4. Which equation shows how to multiply 6 × 5 × 3 using the associative property?
6 × 5 × 3 = 3 × 5 × 6
(6 × 3) + 5 = 6 × (3 + 5)
(6 × 5) × 3 = 6 × (5 × 3)
(6 × 5) + (6 × 3) = (6 × 3) + (6 × 5)
5. Each time John goes to the movies he spends $7.00. Which expression shows how much he spends after going to the movies (t) times?
t + $7.00
t - $7.00
t x $7.00
t / $7.00
6. What is 92.53 ÷ 10?
0.9253
9.253
92.53
925.3
7. In the expression 15 - (n), which value of (n) results in the largest answer?
n = 0
n = 5
n = 10
n = 15
8. What is the value of (w) in the equation 116 - (w) = 95?
w = 19
w = 21
w = 210
w = 211
9. What is the standard form of twenty-one and six hundred thirty-four thousandths?
21.60034
21.6034
21.634
2,160,034
10. Which is the correct sum? 2.34 +1.7 = ___
2.51
3.04
3.14
4.04
11. Which percent equals 1/4?
14%
25%
41%
52%
12. 53 × 24 How can the distributive property be used to solve this expression?
(50 + 20) × (3 + 4)
(5 × 2) + (3 × 4)
(53 + 4) × (53 + 2)
(53 × 20) + (53 × 4)
13. Which list is in order from least to greatest?
1,000; 1,010; 1,009
1,010; 1,011; 1,100
1,100; 1,010; 1,001
1,010; 1,100; 1,001
14. Which is a composite number?
5
7
19
21
15. What is 3.8 × 10?
.38
3.80
38
380
16. What is the value of 12 - (3 + 5)?
4
10
14
20
21 Comments
+5
Level 40
Mar 4, 2021
I needed this xD

Im goin to middle school next year ;-;

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Level 70
Jul 15, 2023
That's adorable!
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Level 18
Mar 5, 2021
this is easy!!! im in 8th grade but taking basically 9th grade algebra 1

how u makin these quizzes so fast?

QUALITY quizzes each time :)

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Level 18
Mar 5, 2021
o dear ihave to see what high school is like next year...
+1
Level 18
Mar 5, 2021
oh noo....
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Level 18
Mar 5, 2021
but i always feel like i live in a different world

my middleschool has over 800 students

my highschool to be has over 2,000 students

and i didn't know that was unusual

+3
Level 24
Feb 22, 2022
#1 does not apply in the civilised parts of the world where medieval systems of measurements aren't used anymore
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Level 59
Feb 22, 2022
good point, I've never thought of that.

Would changing foot to meter be acceptable, you think?

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Level 59
Mar 2, 2022
Haha, not really non-english friendly
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Level 48
Mar 2, 2022
I'm in university (non-English) and I've never heard of associative property.
+1
Level 73
Aug 20, 2022
I remember being told what the names of these properties are (in passing) way back when... but naturally i forgot them. I studied maths following British and American curriculums because I went to private schools, but of course learning in another language means these names will be unfamiliar. What's more important is how to use the properties, which I do remember, hence why I still got these two questions right by doing some guesswork.
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Level 59
Mar 2, 2022
I would argue that this quiz is not anywhere close to an English-friendly quiz. The first question uses the metric system, which is used by almost every country, and the one question with U.S. dollars is easily solvable no matter what currency you're using. As far as the associative property, from my understanding it is a property used worldwide, so I can't help you there. All the questions should be relatively easy no matter where the quizzer is from.
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Level 73
Aug 20, 2022
Cheers to you for regularly modifying the quiz to make it more clear ;)
+3
Level 64
Mar 2, 2022
Great quiz! I’m actually in 5th grade and I aced it lol.
+4
Level 59
Mar 2, 2022
This takes me back. I haven't used most of these in years! Great quiz, definitely deserving of the Spotlight.
+4
Level 70
Mar 3, 2022
the way I read room as moon...
+1
Level 69
Mar 3, 2022
#7 seems ambiguous

I interpreted it as "greatest difference [between 15 and the result]" instead of "greatest difference [ie, largest number result]"

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Level 62
Mar 6, 2022
That was more fun than i expected... nice quiz!
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Level 58
Aug 20, 2022
Fun quiz :)
+2
Level 60
Jul 15, 2023
A few nitpicks about #7:

*Last option is missing a space

*It would be clearer to say "largest result"

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Level 95
Jul 18, 2023
Grade 5 was so long ago for me I don't want to math it. :) Some of this I don't remember ever being exposed to, but was able to reason what was meant.

Fun quiz, nominated