# Sample Items: Mathematics Grade 5

(1) Selected Response Sample
 Look at the equation below.125 x N = 375 What value of N makes this equation correct? 2 3 4 5 /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_001.xml View scoring information

(2) Selected Response Sample
 Joanne created the function machine below. Which of these statements correctly describes the relationship between the OUT number and the IN number? divide by 1 divide by 1.4 divide by 2 divide by 2.4 /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_002.xml View scoring information

(3) Selected Response Sample
 Which pair of figures are similar? /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_003.xml View scoring information

(4) Selected Response Sample
 Sally is going to build a table for her family room. It is in the shape of a triangular prism. What shapes will she need to build the table? 5 triangles 2 triangles and 3 rectangles 2 triangles and 4 rectangles 6 rectangles /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_004.xml View scoring information

(5) Selected Response Sample
 Paul drew the angle shown below. What is the measure, in degrees, of the angle Paul has drawn? 36° 44° 134° 136° /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_005.xml View scoring information

(6) Selected Response Sample

Donna is mixing different colors of paint together to match the color of her house. The amounts of paint are shown below.

 2 gallons of white paint2 quarts of yellow paint1 quart of blue paint 3 quarts of red paint1 quart of brown paint2 pints of orange paint

How many gallons of paint will Donna have after she has mixed all of the paint colors together?

1. 3 gallons
2. 4 gallons
3. 6 gallons
4. 11 gallons

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(7) Selected Response Sample
 The art teacher has 824 paint brushes. He wants to put 8 brushes in a box. How many boxes can he fill? 4 boxes 13 boxes 103 boxes 130 boxes /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_007.xml View scoring information

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 Bengy is working at a restaurant. Bread is delivered to the restaurant every third day. Meat is delivered to the restaurant every fifth day. Both were delivered today. In how many days will both items again be delivered on the same day? 3 5 8 15 /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_008.xml View scoring information

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 Harry is using the spinner below. Harry spins the arrow. What is the probability that the arrow will land on a number greater than 50?       /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_009.xml View scoring information

(10) Selected Response Sample
 You are going to toss a coin and spin a spinner, as shown below. Which tree diagram correctly shows all possible outcomes for tossing the coin and spinning the spinner? /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_010.xml View scoring information

(11) Selected Response Sample

The number of cars sold over many weeks are shown below.

 24928 174214 323617 411931 281811

Which stem and leaf plot correctly shows the number of cars sold?

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(12) Selected Response Sample
 The low and high temperatures for four days are shown on the double bar graph below. Which day had the greatest difference in temperature? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_012.xml View scoring information

(13) Selected Response Sample
 Terry is making drinks from a mix for the fifth grade class party. The ingredients for making the drinks are listed in the chart below. Terry wants to make 12 quarts of drinks. How many gallons of water will she need? 2 gallons 4 gallons 6 gallons 12 gallons /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_015.xml View scoring information

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 Terry is making drinks from a mix for the fifth grade class party. The ingredients for making the drinks are listed in the chart below. Terry wants to make 3 gallons of drinks. How many gallons of water will she need? 2 gallons 4 gallons 6 gallons 12 gallons /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_016.xml View scoring information

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 Mario spends about 45 minutes a day practicing his drums. He practices four days a week. How many hours a week does he practice? 2 hours 3 hours 4 hours 5 hours /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_017.xml View scoring information

(16) Selected Response Sample
 Brendan pulled a chip out of a box and tossed a coin as shown below. He created a tree diagram to record all possible outcomes. Which tree diagram correctly shows all possible outcomes for pulling a chip and tossing a coin? /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_019.xml View scoring information

(17) Selected Response Sample
 Look at the spinner. Jack spins the arrow. What is the probability that the arrow will land on an odd number? /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_021.xml View scoring information

(18) Brief Constructed Response Sample
 Jennifer needs to put up a fence around her backyard. Her backyard is shown below. Step A Classify the shape of Jennifer's backyard. Step B Explain how you classified the shape of Jennifer's backyard. Use what you know about quadrilaterals in your explanation. Use words, numbers, and/or symbols. /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_013.xml View scoring information

(19) Brief Constructed Response Sample
 Tonya's dad is making a concrete patio in their backyard. Concrete is made from cement, sand, gravel and water. It takes twice as much sand as cement to make the concrete mix. Tonya's dad used 3 gallons of sand in the mix. Step A How many quarts of cement did he use? Step B Explain how you found your answer. Use what you know about measurement in your explanation. Use words, numbers and/or symbols in your explanation. /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_018.xml View scoring information

(20) Brief Constructed Response Sample
 Brendan is playing a game with these two spinners. The spinners are each divided into 4 equal sections. He spins the arrows on both spinners and records the color and number he got each time. For example, on his first spin, Brendan got blue, 2. Step A How many possible outcomes are there? Step B Explain how you found your answer. Use what you know about probability in your explanation. Use words, numbers, and/or symbols in your explanation. /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_020.xml View scoring information

(21) Brief Constructed Response Sample
 Jack and Bob are using the spinner to play a game. The spinner is divided into equal parts. Each boy chooses a color. When the arrow lands on the chosen color, that boy gets a point. Jack chooses blue. Bob chooses red. Step A Predict who the winner is. Step B Explain why your answer is correct. Use what you know about probability in your explanation. Use words, numbers, and/or symbols in your explanation. /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_022.xml View scoring information

(22) Brief Constructed Response Sample
 On Monday, 32 people went to the park before noon. In the afternoon, 24 more people came. On Tuesday, 26 people came to the park before noon. In the afternoon, 29 more people came. Step A Write a number sentence showing the relationship between the number of people at the park on Monday and the number of people at the park on Tuesday. Step B Explain why your answer is correct. Use what you know about number relationships in your explanation. Use words and/or numbers in your explanation. /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_023.xml View scoring information

(23) Extended Constructed Response Sample
 Michele took a 20-question quiz in her mathematics class. She answered of the questions correctly on the quiz. Step A What is Michele's score written as a percent? Step B Explain how you found the percent that is equivalent to the fraction form of Michele's score. Use what you know about fractions and percents in your explanation. Use words, numbers, and/or symbols. Michele took a 25-question quiz in her science class. She answered of the questions correctly. Is the score on her science quiz the same or different than her math score? Explain why your answer is correct. Use what you know about fractions and percents in your explanation. Use words, numbers, and/or symbols. /toolkit/vsc/assessment_items/msa_math_5_014.xml View scoring information