Numbers, Operations, and Quantitative Reasoning.
Patterns, Relationships, and Algebraic Thinking
Geometry and Spatial Reasoning
Measurement
Probability and Statistics
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TEKS 5.1A What is the value of 5 in 205,600,287,000
Five billion
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TEKS 5.5A A local market was having a sale on apricots. The market sold the apricots in small bags. The table shows the number of apricots sold per bag. Apricots at the market Number of bags Total Number of Apricots 2 30 3 4 60 5 75 Based on the information on the table, how many apricots were in 3 bags?
45
100
TEKS 5.7A How many vertices does a cube have?
8
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Freddy has a large rock that weighs 80 ounces. How many pounds does the rock weigh?
5 lbs
100
TEKS 5.12A A large bag contains 7 red counters, 5 green counters, and 8 blue counters. If a counter is selected from the bag without looking, what is the probability that it will be green? (in simplified terms)
1/4
200
TEKS 5.1B Mike drew a line of chalk on the playground. The line he drew was two and five hundredths meters long. How is the length written as a numeral?
2.05
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TEKS 5.5B What are the prime factors of 60?
2,3, and 5
200
TEKS 5.7A How many faces does a triangular prism have?
5
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TEKS 5.10C The area of a square is 36 centimeters. How long is each side of the square?
9 cm
200
TEKS 5.12B Paul has a bag containing 100 different-colored buttons. He pulled out 25 of the buttons. Five of the buttons he pulled out of the bag were red. Based on this information, which is the most reasonable prediction of the number of red marbles in the bag?
20
300
TEKS 5.1B How is the sum of 5.4 and 2.03 written in words?
Seven and forty-three hundredths
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TEKS 5.5B Write all the numbers from 20 through 30. Which ones are composite?
20,21,22,24,25,26,27,28, and 30
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TEKS 5.9A When locating and naming points on a coordinate grid, what axis (letter) goes first on the ordered pair? Is it horizontal or vertical?
X axis, Horizontal.
300
TEKS 5.10C The area of a rectange is 20 square inches. The length of the rectangle is 5 inches. What is the perimeter of the rectangle?
18 inches
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TEKS 5.13B The table shows the test scores of 6 students on the last math benchmark. Test Scores Name Test Scores Dan 98 Rod 80 Deb 100 Sal 91 Jim 79 Sue 80 Sam 93 What is the range, median, and mode?
Range = 22 Median = 91 Mode = 80
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TEKS 5.2B James ate an apple for lunch. Michael ate 2/5 of another apple. Which of the following fractions represents the number of apples the two boys ate altogether?
7/5
400
TEKS 5.6A Wes and Dan collect shells. Wes has 68 shells in his collection. He has 29 more than Dan does. Which equation can be used to find S, the number of shells Dan has in his collection?
S=68-29
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TEKS 5.6A Henry bought 12 pencils. Each pencil cost \$.35. He also bought a package of paper. The paper cost \$3.95. Which equation could be used to find S, the total amount of money Henry spent?
(\$0.35 x 12) + \$3.95 = S
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TEKS 5.11B Jimmy was at his friends house from 9:48 AM to 2:26 PM last Saturday. How much time did he spend at his friends house?
4 hours and 38 minutes
400
TEKS 5.12B Mr. Garcia went fishing. After an hour, he caught 8 total fish. He noticed that 2 of the 8 fish were catfish. If the pattern continues, how many catfish could he expect to catch after he caught 24 fish?
8
500
TEKS 5.3D Which of the following is the greatest common factor of 24, 30, and 36?
6
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TEKS 5.6A Alexia is making a snack for 18 people coming over to watch a football game. She wants to make 6 chicken wings for each person. Chicken wings come in packages of 12. Which of the following equations can be used to find P, the number of packages of chicken wings needed for dinner?
(18 x 6) / 12
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TEKS 5.6A Cindy is 4 years old. Her sister Jan is 2 years older than Cindy, and their sister Marsha is twice as old as Jan. Which number sentence could be used to find Marsha's age?
(4+2) x 2
500
TEKS 5.11B Kyle began watching a movie at 7:00pm. The movie was 128 minutes long. At what time did the movie end?
9:08pm
500
TEKS 5.12A There are 20 students in a classroom. Of those students, 12 are boys and 8 are girls. If a student left the room, what is the probability that it will be a boy? (simplified form)
3/5