Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byKayla Little Modified over 3 years ago

2
5 th Grade Math / CRCT Practice

3
Bill has a coin collection. He had a total of 748 coins. Bill gave 32 coins to his father. How many coins did he have left? 606 616 716 714

4
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

5
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

6
What is the area of the large square? 5 square centimeters 25 square centimeters 10 square centimeters 20 square centimeters 5cm

7
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

8
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

9
Which is equal to eight hundred? 80 8,000 8,100 800

10
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

11
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

12
Which is the BEST estimate of 15,386 - 6,899? 8,000 6,000 12,000 15,000

13
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

14
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

15
Which number is greater than 5,685 and less than 5,698? 5,699 5,696 5,685 5,668

16
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

17
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

18
White Mountain National forest covers more than 780,000 acres. One-seventh of the forest is reserved as wilderness. Approximately how many acres are in the wilderness area? 400,000 320,000 110,000 260,000

19
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

20
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

21
Karen, Sara, Barry, and Tina each bought a Super Delicious Chocolate Bar. Karen ate 1/2 of her candy bar. Sara ate 1/3 of her candy bar. Barry ate 1/4 of his candy bar. Tina ate 3/4 of her candy bar. Who had the most candy left? Karen Sara Barry Tina

22
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

23
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

24
What is the rule for this pattern shown below? 4, 7, 10, 13 Add 3 Add 1 Multiply by 2 subtract 1 Multiply by 2 subtract 3

25
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

26
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

27
Use the graph below to answer this question. Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 600 pounds 1,200 pounds 1,800 pounds 900 pounds =100 pounds The graph above shows how much newspaper was collected in the first three weeks of October. At this rate, which is the best estimate of the amount that the students in Grade 5 will collect by the end of October?

28
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

29
WAY TO GO! Lets go to the next question.

30
Find the product of 24x16x10. 3,840 3,440 3,480 3,940

31
Uh-oh. Lets go back and try that question again!

32
WAY TO GO! Youve completed all 10 questions. Click here to play again

Similar presentations

Presentation is loading. Please wait....

OK

Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Two dimensional viewing ppt on ipad Maths ppt on real numbers class 10 A ppt on taj mahal Download ppt on obesity Ppt on email etiquette Ppt on magnetic field due to current in a solenoid Ppt on history of olympics logo Ppt on acid-base titration equivalence point Ppt on website design and development Ppt on life cycle of a frog