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Grade 5 Volume CCSS: 5.MD.C.3, 5.MD.C.3b
The figure shown measures 2 unit cubes along side GF, 5 unit cubes along side CF, and 3 unit cubes along CD. What is the volume of the figure?
Cuboid
  1. 10 cubic units
  2. 15 cubic units
  3. 30 cubic units
  4. 150 cubic units
Grade 5 Angles
What type of angle is shown?
35° Angle #2
  1. acute angle
  2. obtuse angle
  3. right angle
  4. straight angle
Grade 5 Volume CCSS: 5.MD.C.4
Each block on the tower showns measures 4 cubic cm in volume. What is the total volume of the tower?
Ten Cubes
  1. 4 cubic cm
  2. 10 cubic cm
  3. 40 cubic cm
  4. 100 cubic cm
Grade 5 Metric System and SI CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Convert 2000 m to km.
  1. 0.2 km
  2. 200 km
  3. 2 km
  4. 10 km
Grade 5 Triangles CCSS: 5.G.B.4
What kind of triangle is shown?
Right Triangle ABC v1
  1. equilateral
  2. isosceles
  3. right
  4. acute
Grade 5 Volume CCSS: 5.MD.C.3, 5.MD.C.3b
Tim is building with cube shaped blocks. The top view of the structure he builds is shown. The structure is 6 blocks high and each level has the same shape and number of blocks. What is the volume of Tim's structure in cubic units?
Unit Squares 6
  1. 12
  2. 18
  3. 72
  4. 96
Grade 5 Volume CCSS: 5.MD.C.3, 5.MD.C.3b
A prism measures 4 unit cubes along side AD, 6 unit cubes along side DE, and 6 unit cubes along side CD. What is the volume of the prism?
Cube with Letters
  1. 16 cubic units
  2. 24 cubic units
  3. 36 cubic units
  4. 144 cubic units
Grade 5 Metric System and SI CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Convert 11 g to kg.
  1. 110 kg
  2. 0.011 kg
  3. 0.11 kg
  4. 1.1 kg
Grade 5 Volume CCSS: 5.MD.C.4
If each cube shown measures 2 inches on a side, what is the total volume of all the cubes combined?

One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube One Cube
  1. 12 cubic in
  2. 24 cubic in
  3. 72 cubic in
  4. 96 cubic in
Grade 5 Triangles CCSS: 5.G.B.4
Name the triangle.
Scalene Triangle v2
  1. equilateral triangle
  2. isosceles triangle
  3. scalene triangle
Grade 5 Volume CCSS: 5.MD.C.4
The figure shown represents the top view of an arrangement of blocks. Each block measures 1 foot on a side. What is the total volume of the blocks?
Unit Squares 2
  1. 20 square feet
  2. 20 cubic feet
  3. 40 square feet
  4. 40 cubic feet
Grade 5 Triangles CCSS: 5.G.B.4
Name the triangle.
Isosceles Triangle v1
  1. equilateral triangle
  2. isosceles triangle
  3. scalene triangle
Grade 5 Coordinate Geometry CCSS: 5.G.A.1
When finding a symbol on a coordinate plane, which number comes first?
  1. y-axis
  2. x-axis
Grade 5 Three Dimensional Shapes
How many edges does a rectangular prism have?
Cuboid - Color
  1. 12
  2. 6
  3. 8
  4. 11
Grade 5 Metric System and SI CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Convert 56 kg to grams.
  1. 56 g
  2. 5.6 g
  3. 56000 g
  4. 0.0056 g
Grade 5 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 5.G.B.3
Which statements best describe a rhombus?
a. it has 4 congruent sides
b. it is a parallelogram
c. it is a quadrilateral
d. it always has four right angles
  1. a and c
  2. a, b, and c
  3. a, b and d
  4. a, b, c and d
Grade 5 Area
Area = L x W x H
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Metric System and SI CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
The height of a building is 25.5 meters. What is the height of the building in centimeters?
  1. 2.55 cm
  2. 25.5 cm
  3. 255 cm
  4. 2550 cm
  5. 25,500 cm
Grade 5 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 5.G.B.3
John's teacher asked him to draw a quadrilateral with all congruent sides. What could he draw?
  1. a rectangle or a rhombus
  2. a rectangle or a square
  3. a square or a rhombus
  4. a trapezoid or a kite
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts
1 gallon=     4     quarts
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