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## Texas Go Math Grade 5 Review Test Answer Key Part 1

**Selected Response**

Question 1.

Amanda used the expression 8 + 25 Ã— 2 – 45 to find how many beads she has. How many beads does she have?

(A) 3

(B) 13

(C) 21

(D) 103

Answer:

(B) 13

Explanation:

Because multiplying has a priority in this situation, we first multiply, than adding and subtracting, so, vaLue of given expression is:

8 + 25 âˆ™ 2 – 45 = 8 + 50 – 45

= 58 – 45

= 13

Conclusion is that Amanda has 13 beads, so, correct answer is (B).

Question 2.

In which decimal place is the digit 8 In the number 325.1786?

(A) thousandths

(B) hundredths

(C) tenths

(D) hundreds

Answer:

(A) thousandths

Explanation:

When we have decimal number with, for example, 3 decimals, first place is tenths, second decimal place is hunderdths and the third is thousandths.

Here, 8 is on the third place, so, it is thousandths, which is first answer, A.

Question 3.

Jamie baked 24 cupcakes. Her sister Mia ate 3 cupcakes, and her brother David ate 2 cupcakes. Which expression can Jamie use to find how many cupcakes are left?

(A) 24 + (3 + 2)

(B) 24 – (3 + 2)

(C) (24 – 3) + 2

(D) 24 – (3 – 2)

Answer:

(B) 24 – (3 + 2)

Explanation:

Here we have subtracting, we need to subtract 3 cupcakes which Mia ate and 2 cupcakes which her brother David ate from 24 cupcakes which Jamie baked.

So, expression which Jamie can use to find how many cupcakes are left is following:

24 – (3 + 2)

So, it is answer B

Question 4.

What is the unknown number in sequence 2 in the chart?

(A) 63

(B) 90

(C) 105

(D) 150

Answer:

(C) 105

Explanation:

We can notice that each column of sequence 1 is column of sequence number multiplied by 3 and each column in sequence 2 is corresponding column of sequence 1 multiplied by 5 So, unknown number is 21 multiplied by 5.

So, unknown number is 21 multiplied by 5, it is 21 5 = 105, it is answer C.

Question 5.

The Davis family pays $200,000 for a new house. They make a down payment that is \(\frac{1}{10}\) of the price of the house. How much is the down payment?

(A) $20

(B) $200

(C) $2,000

(D) $20,000

Answer:

(D) $20,000

Explanation:

Conclusion is that the down payment is:

200000 âˆ™ \(\frac{1}{10}\) = \(\frac{200000}{10}\)

= 200000

Which is answer D.

Question 6.

What is the quotient of 43.8 and 12?

(A) 3.65

(B) 3.92

(C) 27.39

(D) 36.5

Answer:

(A) 3.65

Explanation:

We can see that quotient of 43.8 and 12 is:

\(\frac{43.8}{12}\) = 3.65

So, correct answer is A.

Question 7.

Jackie found a rock that has a mass of 78.852 grams. What is the mass of the rock rounded to the nearest tenth?

(A) 78.85 grams

(B) 78.9 grams

(C) 79 grams

(D) 80 grams

Answer:

(B) 78.9 grams

Explanation:

We already said that tenth is the first decimal place, so, the mass of the rock rounded to the nearest tenth is 78.9 grams.

Correct answer is B.

Question 8.

A company manufactures 295 toy cars each day. How many toy cars do they manufacture in 34 days?

(A) 3,065

(B) 7,610

(C) 10,030

(D) 10,065

Answer:

(C) 10,030

Explanation:

If company manufactures 295 toy cars each day, in 34 days they will manufacture following number:

295 âˆ™ 34 = 10030

So, correct answer is C.

Question 9.

There are 6 buses transporting students to a baseball game with 32 students on each bus. Each row at the baseball stadium seats 8 students. If the students fill rows completely, how many rows of seats will the students need altogether?

(A) 22

(B) 23

(C) 24

(D) 1,536

Answer:

(C) 24

Explanation:

First we will calculate how many students are there:

6 âˆ™ 32 = 192

So, there are 192 students.

Now, we will calculate how many rows are needed for all students:

192 Ã· 8 = 24

So, answer is C, there will be need 24 rows.

Question 10.

Marci mailed 9 letters at the post office. Each letter weighed 3.5 ounces. What was the total weight of the letters that Marci mailed?

(A) 33.5 ounces

(B) 32.5 ounces

(C) 31.5 ounces

(D) 27.5 ounces

Answer:

(C) 31.5 ounces

Explanation:

In order to calculate the total weight of the letters that Marci mailed, we have to multiply number of mailed letters by weight of each letter. So, we have the following:

9 âˆ™ 3.5 = 31.5

Conclusion is the total weight of the mailed letters is 31.5 ounces.

Question 11.

Denise, Keith, and Tim live in the same neighborhood. Denise lives 0.3 mile from Keith. The distance that Tim and Keith live from each other is 0.2 times longer than the distance between Denise and Keith. How far from each other do Tim and Keith live?

(A) 0.6 mile

(B) 0.5 mile

(C) 0.1 mile

(D) 0.06 mile

Answer:

(D) 0.06 mile

Explanation:

In order to find how far from each other Tim and Keith live, we need to multiply 0.2 by 0.3 and get:

0.2 âˆ™ 0.3 = 0.06

So, correct answer is D, they live from each other 0.06 miles.

Question 12.

Madison needs to buy enough meat to make 1,000 hamburgers for the company picnic. Each hamburger will weigh 0.25 pound. How many pounds of hamburger meat should Madison buy?

(A) 2.5 pounds

(B) 25 pounds

(C) 250 pounds

(D) 2,500 pounds

Answer:

(C) 250 pounds

Explanation:

Because he needs 1000 hamburgers whose weight is 0.25 pound each, we get:

1000 âˆ™ 25 = 250

250 pound of hamburger meat Madison should buy.

Question 13.

There are 12 apartments on each floor of a building. All but 3 apartments on each floor have only one bedroom. The building has 4 floors. Which expression does not represent the number of one-bedroom apartments in the building?

(A) 4(12 – 3)

(B) 4(12) – 3

(C) 48 – 12

(D) 4(12) – 4(3)

Answer:

(B) 4(12) – 3

Explanation:

On each floor we have 12 – 3 one-bedroom apartments. Because the building has 4 floors, following equations can represent the number of one-bedroom apartments in the whole building:

4(12 – 3) = 4(12) – 4(3)

= 48 – 12

Conclusion is that expression which does not represent the number of one-bedroom apartments is 4(12) – 3, or B.

Question 14.

Rayna correctly wrote the population of her city as (9 Ã— 100) + (6 Ã— 10,000) + (2 Ã— 100,000) + (8 Ã— 10). What is the population written as a whole number?

(A) 2,698 people

(B) 9,628 people

(C) 260,980 people

(D) 900,602,008 people

Answer:

(C) 260,980 people

Explanation:

Because here we first multiply then add value of expression will be:

4,900 + 60,000 + 200,000 + 80 = 260,980

So, there are 260980 people in the city, correct answer is C.

Question 15.

The four highest scores on the floor exercise at a gymnastics meet were 9.675, 9.25, 9.325, and 9.5. Which comparison is a true statement?

(A) 9.5 > 9.675

(B) 9.325 < 9.25

(C) 9.675 < 9.325

(D) 9.25 < 9.325

Answer:

(D) 9.25 < 9.325

Explanation:

We can conclude that 4th comparison is a true statement, or 9.25 < 9.325. That is answer D.

Question 16.

Allison and Justin’s father donated $3 for every lap they swam in a swim-a-thon. Allison swam 21 laps and Justin swam 15 laps. How much money did their father donate?

(A) $108

(B) $78

(C) $39

(D) $18

Answer:

(A) $108

Explanation:

Allison and Justin have 21 + 15 = 36 laps together.

Their father donated $3 for each lap, so, he donated in total:

36 âˆ™ 3 = 108

Conclusion is that correct answer is A, he donated $108.

**Gridded Response**

Question 17.

Jennifer has $12 to spend on lunch and the roller rink. Admission to the roller rink is $5.75. Jennifer wants to buy a large drink and a turkey sandwich. How much more money does Jennifer need in dollars?

Answer:

We will first calculate the sum which left Jennifer after paying admission to the roller rink, it is:

12 – 5.75 = 6.25

So, she has $6.25.

Large drink and turkey sandwich cost together following sum:

1.79 + 4.85 = 6.61

She need 6.61 – 6.25 = 0.36 dollars more.

So, conclusion is that Jennifer needs $0.36 more. on order to buy all she wants.