  Name:    5th Grade Math Basic Practice Test 12

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.

Number Sense and Numeration – Place Value – RIT 191 – 200
What is 32 written as an ordinal?
 a. 3 tens, 2 ones d. thirty-two b. three-twos e. thirty-second c. thirtieth

2.

Put in expanded form: 406,219
 a. 400,000 + 60,000 + 200 + 10 + 9 d. 4,000 + 6,000 + 200 + 10 + 9 b. 46,000 + 200 + 10 + 9 e. 400,000 + 6,000 + 200 + 10 + 9 c. 40,000 + 6,000 + 200 + 10 + 9

3.

What number is named by four hundred thirty million, sixty-two thousand, four
hundred seven?
 a. 430,620,470 d. 462,407 b. 430,062,407 e. 430,602,407 c. 400,030,062,470

4.

The diagram below represents what number? a. 65,328 d. 563,268 b. 663,268 e. 635,628 c. 653,268

5.

Add and express in standard form. a. 117,630 d. 1,176 b. 1,763 e. 1,523 c. 11,763

6.

Number Sense and Numeration – Whole Numbers – RIT 191 – 200
Which number is greater than eight thousand nine hundred nine?
 a. 8,900 d. 8,800 b. 8.908 e. 80,000 c. 8,000

7. How many dozen doughnuts?
 a. 3 d. 2 1/2 b. 24 e. 4 c. 2

8.

Round 86,463 to the nearest ten thousand.
 a. 80,000 d. 90,000 b. 86,000 e. 86,400 c. 86,460

9.

Which are only prime numbers?
 a. 1, 3, 9, 12 d. 11, 17, 67, 19 b. 8, 16, 24, 36 e. 7, 49, 63, 77 c. 13, 23, 45, 68

10.

In which set are the numbers divisible by 2?
 a. 8, 10, 15 d. 20, 30, 45 b. 23, 37, 46 e. 9, 17, 23 c. 64, 90, 96

11. What is the missing factor in this factor tree?
 a. 6 d. 2 b. 8 e. 12 c. 9

12.

54 = 9 x 6
What is another way of naming 54?
 a. 2 x 3 x 9 d. 3 x 2 x 4 b. 3 x 3 x 2 x 2 e. 3 x 16 c. 26 x 2

13.

What is the LCM (least common multiple) of 3 and 12?
 a. 3 d. 36 b. 24 e. 4 c. 12

14.

Number Sense and Numeration – Decimals – RIT 201 – 210 How much of the square is shaded?
 a. 0.64 d. 64 b. 0.6 e. 0.36 c. 6.4

15.

What is 0.75 as a fraction?
 a. 1/4 d. 7/10 b. 1/2 e. 3/4 c. 2/3

16.

Round to the nearest tenth: 3.276
 a. 3.3 d. 3.28 b. 3.2 e. 3.27 c. 0.3

17.

2.378 x 100 =
 a. 0.2378 d. 237.8 b. 2.378 e. 23.78 c. 2378

18.

Number Sense and Numeration – Exponents – RIT 201 – 210
43
 a. 12 d. 256 b. 16 e. 4 c. 64

19.

Number Sense and Numeration – Fractions – RIT 201 –210
What is the simplest form of 15/20?
 a. 15/20 d. 1 5/20 b. 3/4 e. 5/20 c. 2/3

20.

____/18 = 2/3
 a. 9 d. 6 b. 10 e. 12 c. 15

21.

Name the point located on the number line. a. 1/2 d. 3/4 b. 5/8 e. 5/4 c. 5

22.

Number Sense and Numeration – Ordering, Equalities and Inequalities –
RIT 201 – 210

Put the following numbers in order from least to greatest:
401, 210, 315, 211, 314, 423
 a. 210; 211; 314; 315; 401; 423 d. 210; 401; 211; 423; 314; 315 b. 423; 401; 315; 314; 211; 210 e. 211; 210; 315; 314; 423; 401 c. 401; 210; 211; 314; 315; 423

23.

Select the correct symbol for the box: a. < d. b. > e. = c. 24.

Put the following numbers in order from least to greatest:
1/2, 0, -2/3, -3, 5
 a. 0; 1/2; -2/3; -3; 5 d. 5; -3; 1/2; -2/3; 0 b. –3; -2/3; 0; 1/2; 5 e. 0; -2/3; 1/2; -3; 5 c. 5; -3; -2/3; 1/2; 0

25.

Translate the following sentence into an equation:
“Twice a number, plus five, equals twenty-five.”
 a. 2(x + 5) = 25 d. x + 5 = 25 b. 2x – 5 = 25 e. x2 + 5 = 25 c. 2x + 5 = 25

26.

Put the following exponential values in order from least to greatest:
73, 79, 71, 70, 75
 a. d. b. e. c. 