## FREE MATH WORKSHEET FOR GRADE 5

Question 1 :

Four chocolate pieces can be kept in a wooden box. How many boxes of same size needed for 32 chocolate pieces?

(A) 5    (B) 8    (C) 4

Solution

Question 2 :

Apple juice costs \$3.29 a gallon. What is the cost in dollars,to fill a can which holds 33 gallons?

(A) 100.21     (B) 102.54     (C) 108.57

Solution

Question 3 :

John purchased 12 cotton shirts for \$144. How much did each shirt cost in dollars ?

(A) 12     (B) 15      (C) 25

Solution

Question 4 :

(A) -3x    (B) 21 x    (C) 14 x

Solution

Question 5 :

The sound of thunder needs five seconds to travel a mile. How far are you away from the thunder, if it takes 55 seconds to reach you?

(A) 15     (B) 11      (C) 10

Solution

Question 6 :

Stella goes to the pet store and she buys a rabbit and a goldfish. She spends \$24.00 in total. The rabbit costs twice as much as the goldfish, how much does she pay for the Rabbit in dollars?

(A) 14    (B) 15     (C) 16

Solution

Question 7 :

The reduced fraction of 0.82 is

(A) 26/57     (B) 15/18      (C) 43/50

Solution

Question 8 :

Jessy is earning \$2500 a month. She received a 4% pay raise. How much is she earning now in dollars?

(A) 2600     (B) 2400      (C) 3500

Solution

Question 9 :

Kevin is having a garden whose measurements are 30 feet by 40 feet. He wants to put a sidewalk around the garden that is 3 feet wide. What is the perimeter of outside sidewalk, in feet?

(A) 150     (B) 162      (C) 164

Solution

Question 10 :

There are 12 families like watching sports for every 100 families with T.V sets. In a city of 23,400 families who all have TV sets, how many families would like watching sports ?

(A) 2500     (B) 2808      (C) 1250

Solution

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