5th Grade Math – Post-test Assessment 2
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TACHS Practice Test 1 – Section 3
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Which of the following is not a factor of 20?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is not a prime number?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is a multiple of 3?CorrectIncorrect
What is the difference between 97 and 10?CorrectIncorrect
The number 0.003 can also be represented by which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is the equivalent of 3³?CorrectIncorrect
What is the sum of ½ + ²⁄4 + ³⁄3?CorrectIncorrect
What is the sum of (3 × 3) + (4 × 4) + (5 × 5)?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following represents the reduced form for 1.6?CorrectIncorrect
Jeff has 6 notebooks in his locker. Maggie has in her locker twice as many notebooks as Jeff. Darnell has in his locker twice as many notebooks as Maggie and Jeff combined. How many notebooks does Darnell have stuffed into his locker?CorrectIncorrect
Baxter needed to replenish his supply of bottled water. The water dispenser in his kitchen holds 14 gallons of water. Baxter buys his water one half-gallon at a time at his local grocery store. How many half-gallon water purchases will Baxter need to make to fill his water dispenser?CorrectIncorrect
Jared has $5 in his savings account now. He just took a job earning $20 per week. How many weeks will it take Jared to have enough money to buy a bicycle that costs $65?CorrectIncorrect
Sam’s scooter gets 50 miles per gallon, and the scooter’s gas tank holds 3 gallons of gasoline. If the gas tank in Sam’s scooter is ²⁄3 full, how many miles can Sam expect to travel before the tank is empty?CorrectIncorrect
The rim on a basketball goal is 10 feet from the floor. If a player made 6 baskets, what is the sum of the distances that the ball would travel between the rim and the floor below?CorrectIncorrect
If every car that travels along Highway 27 has four wheels and there are 72 cars driving on Highway 27, how many wheels are touching the road on Highway 27?CorrectIncorrect
Maxine types 70 words per minute. Dorian types 10 percent faster than Maxine. How many words can Dorian type in 15 minutes?CorrectIncorrect
Aunt Ethel has 7 dozen antique ornaments for her Christmas tree. She anticipates needing a total of 200 ornaments to finish decorating her tree. How many ornaments should Aunt Ethel purchase at the antique fair to reach her goal of 200 antique ornaments for her tree?CorrectIncorrect
Mandie and Mary Beth are planning to paint the concession stand at school. They have four walls to paint. Each wall is exactly the same size. The walls are each 12 feet long and 10 feet high. How many square feet of walls should they plan to paint if they are going to paint all four walls?CorrectIncorrect
The penguins at the zoo eat 36,500 pounds of fish each year. How many pounds of fish do the penguins eat each day?CorrectIncorrect
The city recently held a football skills competition at Barton Park. Based on the information in the chart above, which competitor passed the football the shortest distance?CorrectIncorrect
Based on the information in the chart above, which competitor passed 4 more yards than he/she kicked the football?CorrectIncorrect
The City School District sponsored a week-long recycling campaign in which the three city high schools collected items to be recycled. The chart indicates the results of the campaign as measured in hundreds of pounds. Based on the information in the chart above, which of the high schools collected the most
cans and paper products combined?CorrectIncorrect
Based on the information in the chart above, what was the total weight of all plastics collected in the campaign?CorrectIncorrect
According to the bar graph above that illustrates per capital income by region in thousands of dollars, which region experienced the most income growth from 2000 to 2003?CorrectIncorrect
The pie chart above illustrates the proposed budget for a new company opening soon around the corner. Based on the information in the chart, what will be the most expensive part of running the new company?CorrectIncorrect
The chart above represents the CD collections of four high school seniors. Based on the information in the chart, which of the girls has a CD collection composed of approximately 60 percent country music?CorrectIncorrect
Based on the information in the chart, if all four collections are the same size, which girl seems to prefer jazz to both hip hop and country music?CorrectIncorrect