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# Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Mathematical Process Questions

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Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
During September, October, November, and December, Jeff worked after school on 32 days. He worked the same number of days each month. Find the number of days Jeff worked each month.

Which best states the question asked in the problem?
1. How many days did Jeff work each month?
2. How many days did Jeff work during October?
3. Did Jeff work the same number of days each month?
4. Will Jeff work for 32 days the next four months?
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
In 2000, Texas contained 79.6 people per square mile. What information do you need to find how many people lived in the state of Texas?
1. The number of square miles per each person.
2. The number of square miles in Texas.
3. The number of square miles in the United States.
4. There is enough information to solve the problem.
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
DeAndrea, Raven, Jessica, and Skye all got different flavors of ice cream: vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and mint. Skye didn't get vanilla or mint. Jessica got chocolate. Raven did not get vanilla.

Who got mint ice cream?
1. DeAndrea
2. Raven
3. Jessica
4. Skye
Grade 5 Mathematical Process
Why do we have math?
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
Kaz found a clue to a secret number that was the second number in the combination to a safe. The clue said:

If you divide the secret number by 5, then add 2 you get 8.

What is the secret number? (Write the equation and show your work)
Grade 5 Logical Thinking
There was a Magic Number written on a piece of paper, hidden in a box. Corwin had to figure out what that number was. He was given the following clues:
1. The Magic Number is even
2. The Magic Number, MULTIPLIED by itself, has the same result as the magic number ADDED to itself.
3. The Magic Number, divided in half is a prime number.

What is the Magic Number?
Grade 5 Logical Thinking
Braxton and Luis found a check that belonged to Mrs. Quarles. The check was in the amount of \$2,546.31. The decided that the wanted to pull a prank on Mrs. Quarles and switch around the numbers on her check. They did not have a lot of time so they were only allowed to switch one number.

In order to give Mrs. Quarles the least amount of money possible with only switching one number, which number should they switch?

What is the new amount of Mrs. Quarles check?

PROVE HOW THE NEW AMOUNT IS NOW THE SMALLEST!
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
Kaz found a clue to a secret number that was the LAST number in the combination to a safe. The clue said:

If you take the secret number, multiplied by 4, plus 17, then divide that result by 11, you get 3.

What is the secret number? (Write the equation, do not forget to show the order of operations, and show your work.)

And, what is the complete combination to the safe?
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
The same number goes into each box to make both number sentences true. What is the number?

24 -                 -                = 8

+                - 4 = 12
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
Kaz found a clue to a secret number that was the third number in the combination to a safe. The clue said:

If you multiply the secret number by 2, the divide that result by 5, then add 5 to THAT result, the answer is 11.

What is the secret number? (Write the equation, do not forget to show the order of operations, and show your work.)
Grade 5 Problem Solving Strategies
Jasmyn has 1 red flowers and 24 yellow flowers. She wants to make bouquets with the same number of each flower in each bouquet. What is the maximum number of bouquets she can make?
Grade 5 Logical Thinking
Aaron made a conjecture that any number ending in zero will be divisible by 4. Test his conjecture. Explain whether it is correct or incorrect.
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