Mathematics 5 - Exit Assessment

Quiz by CID Marikina

Mathematics

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M5NS-Ib-58.1
M5NS-Ib-58.2
M5NS-Ic-59
M5-1-p1
M5NS-Ie-84
M5NS -IIa -101.2
M5NS -IIa -102.2
M5NS -IIb -104.2
M5NS -IIc -108.1
M5NS-IIi-124
M5NS-IIj-128
M5NS-IIIa-138
M5NS-IIIb-139
M5NS-IIIb-140
M5GE-IIIc-19
M5GE-IIIc-20
M5GE-IIId-22
M5GE-IIId-23.2
M5ME -IIIi -70
M5ME -IVa -74
M5ME -IVb -75

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25 questions
• Q1
Which number is divisible by 2, 5 and 10?
905

421

508
850
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• Q2
Using the divisibility for rule for 3, which number does NOT belong to the group?
279
243
265

262

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• Q3

The number of Math books of Roy’s collection is divisible by 4, 6 and 12. He has more than 20 books and less than 30 books. How many books does Roy have?

12

32

28
24
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• Q4
Which should you perform first in this equation: (13 + 5) ÷ 3 x 10 - 4?
(13 + 5)
18 ÷ 3
3 x 10

5 ÷ 3

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• Q5
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• Q6
What value does the digit 7 represent in the number 6.793?
0.7

7

0.07
0.007
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• Q7
How do you write 64.236 in words?
Sixty-four and two hundred thirty-six hundredths.
Sixty-four and two hundred thirty six thousandths.
Sixty-four and two hundred thirty-six ten thousandths

Sixty-four, two hundred thirty-six.

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• Q8

Raine bought the following fruits in the supermarket: 0.75 kilo of avocados, 0.50 kilos of rambutan, 0.25 star apples and 1.25 kilos lanzones. Arrange the weight of the fruits in ascending order.

0.25; 0.75; 0.50; 1.25
1.25; 0.75; 0.50 ; 0.25
0.25; 0.50; 0.75; 1.25

1.25; 0.50; 0.75; 0.25

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M5NS -IIb -104.2
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• Q9

Raquel wants to buy a cellphone that costs ₱ 4,998.50. She has ₱ 3,536.75 now. How much more money does she need to buy the cellphone?

Php 1,461.75

Php 8,535.25

Php 1,461.25
Php 1,462.25
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M5NS -IIc -108.1
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• Q10
Which ratio is NOT equivalent to 12 is to 8?

6 is to 8

3 is to 2
6 is to 2
6 is to 4
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M5NS-IIi-124
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• Q11

If 3 persons can make 6 dozen strawberry cake in a day and 9 persons can make 18 in a day, is it a direct proportion?

Yes, because the situation increases in one quantity and also produces the same result of increase in the other quantity
No, because if you divide the product of the means by 3 is equal to 18

No, because if the number of persons decreases then the number of strawberry cakes also increases.

Yes, direct proportion because if the number of persons increases then the number of strawberry cakes also increases
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• Q12

20% of the Grade 5 pupils at SSS Village Elementary School are affected by the typhoon Ulysses. Since, there are 100 pupils, therefore, there are 20 learners affected. Which is the percentage in the problem?

5

20
100
120
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• Q13
What is 75% of 50?
13.5
12.5
37.5

125

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• Q14

My brother Jose saves 15% of his weekly allowance. If his weekly allowance is ₱350.00, how much does he save in a month?

Php 52.50
Php 210.00
Php 105.00

Php 365.00

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• Q15

In a 40-item test, Marilyn got 90% of correct answers. How many items did she answer correctly?

She made 10 correct in the 40-item test.

She answered 4 correct in the 40- item test
She answered 36 correct in the 40- item test
She answered 90% correct in the 40- item test
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• Q16
If Manuel scored 75% on a 60-item test, how many items did he miss?

65

25
15
45
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• Q17
Which of the given polygons is a heptagon?
B
D
C

A

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• Q18

An equilateral triangle and a square are examples of regular polygon. Why?

I. Because regular polygons are polygons with same measure of sides and angles.

II. Because regular polygons are polygons with different measures of sides and angles.

III. Because regular polygons are polygons with same sides but different measures of angles.

IV. Because regular polygons are polygons with different measures of sides but  same measures of angles.

I & III
I & II
I only

I & IV

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• Q19
Which is a pair of congruent polygons?
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• Q20

What do you call a line segment that passes thru the center of a circle and whose end points are on the circle?