# Grade 5 Math Quiz#5

## Quiz by Glenda D. Cabual

Feel free to use or edit a copy

includes Teacher and Student dashboards

### Measure skillsfrom any curriculum

Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.

- edit the questions
- save a copy for later
- start a class game
- automatically assign follow-up activities based on students’ scores
- assign as homework
- share a link with colleagues
- print as a bubble sheet

- Q1
Write two million, seventy-eight thousand, six hundred five in figures.

Users enter free textType an Answer30s - Q2
How many zeros are used in writing 2 billion?

Users enter free textType an Answer30s - Q3
Round 23,503 to the nearest hundreds.

Users enter free textType an Answer60s - Q4
Which of thefollowing has three unequal prime factors?

**a. 18 b. 24 c. 26 d. 30**Users enter free textType an Answer30s - Q5
Choose <, = or> to make 365 + 287 _____ 538 + 123 a true sentence.

Users enter free textType an Answer30s - Q6
What number is 57 less than the product of 32 and 48?

Users enter free textType an Answer45s - Q7
What is the smallest even number greater than 40,000 containing 7, 5, 4, 4, 1?

Users enter free textType an Answer45s - Q8
What digit is N if56,N78 is divisible by 9?

Users enter free textType an Answer30s - Q9
Express 1260 as a product of prime factors using exponents.

Users enter free textType an Answer45s - Q10
How many comma (,) does 55 billion have when written in figures?

Users enter free textType an Answer30s - Q11
A supervisor of a supermarket took an inventory of its canned goods. The store had (5 x 10

^{2}+ 7) cans of sardines, (2 x 10^{3}) cans of tomato sauce and (6 x 10^{2}+ 9) cans of milk. How many canned goods did the supermarket have?Users enter free textType an Answer300s - Q12
What number is half-way between 3000 and 4000?

Users enter free textType an Answer30s - Q13
Ricky collects stamps. He puts 18 stamps on each page of his album. If 17 pages are full and there are 12 on the 18

^{th}page, how many stamps has Ricky?Users enter free textType an Answer120s - Q14
Which of 111, 123, 183, 201, 239, 348 is a prime?

Users enter free textType an Answer120s - Q15Users enter free textType an Answer120s