5th Grade Multiplication

5th Grade Adding Fractions

5th Grade Problem Solving

5th Grade Mental Math

5th Grade Math Mystery

100

4 x 8=

32

100

Solve...

1/3 + 1/3

2/3

100

Liam was sick last Friday. Liam had read that oranges are good for him. He went to buy 8 oranges at the grocery store. Each orange costs $0.50. How much did Liam have to pay?

$ 4.00

100

10 x 10 / 10=

10

100

4 x 10

What is 40

200

7 x 9=

63

200

Solve..

4/7 + 3/7

1

200

In 4th grade, there was a competition to raise money for the local animal shelter. Mrs. Ray's class raised a total of $567 dollars, Mr. Thomson's class raised $238 and Ms. Lang's class raised $150. What was the total amount of money the 4th grade raised?

$955 was raised.

200

200 x 2 +66 =

466

200

What is the top number of a fraction called?

Numerator

300

11 x 12=

132

300

Make into a mixed number.

25/9

3 and 4/9

300

Melanie was practicing for her Spring Dance Recital. On Monday, she practiced for 65 minutes, on Tuesday she practiced for 90 minutes and on Thursday she only practiced for 20 minutes. How many more minutes did Melanie practice on Tuesday than she did on Monday?

25 more minutes

300

20 + 20 + 20 + 20 + 1=

81

300

What is the bottom number of a fraction called?

Denominator

400

13 x 5 =

95

400

Turn into an improper fraction

6 3/6

39/6

400

Ellie purchased 9 T-shirts with her birthday money of $50.00. Tami purchased 5 headbands with her allowance of $24.00. Mason purchased 2 videogames with his paycheck of $3.00.

Who paid the most for their items? (Per item)

Ellie paid $4.50 per item.

Tami paid $1.20 per item.

Mason paid $1.50 per item.

Ellie paid the most per item.

400

129/129 is also equal to

1

400

What is the answer to a Multiplication problem?

Product

500

25 x 11=

275

500

Solve...

18/50 + 42/50

Hint: Do not leave as improper!

1 1/5

500

Mr. Garretson is a college professor. His college class has a total of 345 students in his class. He must fit every student into groups for an assigned project. If Mr. Garretson places 5 students in each group, what is the total number of groups he will have? (HINT: Remainders)

Mr. Garretson will have 69 groups total.

There will be no remainders.

500

1001- 901=

100

500

What is the answer to a Division problem?

Quotient