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Grade 5 :: Coordinate Geometry by LBeth
The line goes through which coordinates?
Graph - Linear Function y=1/2x
  1. (1, 2)
  2. (2, 1)
  3. (3, 4)
  4. (4, 3)
Grade 5 :: Volume by LBeth
What is the volume of the rectangular prism in cubic units?
Cube Units 6
  1. 13 cubic units
  2. 19 cubic units
  3. 20 cubic units
  4. 24 cubic units
Grade 5 :: Volume by LBeth
In this right rectangular prism, each small cube measures 1 unit on each side.
Cube Units 2
Select the description that could be the dimensions of a new right rectangular prism that has 6 fewer unit cubes than the original prism.
  1. 2 cubes long, by 3 cubes wide, by 3 cubes high
  2. 3 cubes long, by 2 cubes wide, by 4 cubes high
  3. 3 cubes long, by 3 cubes wide, by 3 cubes high
  4. 5 cubes long, by 2 cubes wide, by 3 cubes high
Grade 5 :: Coordinate Geometry by LBeth
Select the TWO statements that correctly describe the coordinate system.
  1. The origin is located at (0, 0).
  2. The x- and y-axes do not intersect.
  3. The x- and y- axes are intersecting number lines.
  4. The value of the y-coordinate is the first number in an ordered pair.
  5. The value of the x-coordinate is the second number in an ordered pair.
Grade 5 :: Metric System and SI by LBeth
Select the THREE measurement conversions that are correct.
  1. 40 cm = 0.4 m
  2. 4 m = 400 cm
  3. 400 mm = 4 m
  4. 4 m = 4,000 mm
  5. 0.4 cm = 40 mm
Grade 5 :: Quadrilaterals by LBeth
Which TWO statements about quadrilaterals are true?
  1. All rectangles are always squares.
  2. All squares are always rhombuses.
  3. All trapezoids are parallelograms.
  4. All parallelograms are always rhombuses.
  5. All rectangles are always parallelograms.
Grade 5 :: Metric System and SI by LBeth
Grade 5 :: Points, Lines, and Planes by Jrapp24
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