# Summative Test # 2 in Mathematics 5 (Module 3)

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- Q1
At 5:00 AM, the outside temperature was 24.9°C. By 10:30 AM, it was 33.2°C. Was there a change in the outside temperature? If so, what was the change?

No, it was just the same.

Yes, it went down by -8.3 C°.

Yes, there was a 9.7 C° change

Yes, it went up by 8.3 C°.

30s - Q2
Chariz’s temperature this morning was 38.5°C. After an hour, her temperature was down to 37.4°C. Which is/are TRUE about her condition?

Her condition improved.

Her temperature went down by 1.1 C°.

Her condition improved and her temperature went down by 1.1 C°.

Her condition worsened.

30s - Q3
The temperature of a hot cup of coffee was 97°C. After some time, it had gone down by 11 C°. What is its temperature now?

84°C

85°C

83°C

86°C

30s - Q4
The TV news weather report forecast the lowest temperature for the day to be 22°C and the highest, 35°C. What is the difference between the lowest and highest temperature forecasts for the day?

13.5°C

13°C

15°C

14°C

30s - Q5
At 8:00 AM, the temperature in the room was 25.6°C. By noon, it had gone up by 2.5 C°. But by 6:00 PM, it had gone down by 3.3 C°. What was the temperature in the room at 6:00 PM?

28.5°C

24.8°C

28.4°C

28°C

30s - Q6
At 1:00 PM, the temperature was 31.9°C. By 5:30 PM, it was 20.6°C. By how many degrees did the temperature drop? Which of the following problem-solving strategies can be used to solve the problem?

write a number sentence

make a drawing or a diagram

work backwards

all of the above

30s - Q7
Mark’s temperature this morning was 38.2°C. After 2 hours, it was 39.5°C. All are true about Mark’s condition EXCEPT

His condition improved.

His temperature went up by 1.3 C°

His condition worsened.

He has high fever.

30s - Q8
What would be a person’s temperature if it is 3.8 C° higher than normal?

34.8°C

40.8°C

33.2°C

40.3°C

30s - Q9
Ten minutes after it had stopped boiling, the water in the pot had cooled down by 8C°. After 30 minutes, its temperature had dropped by another 16C°. What is the temperature of the water in the pot now?

84°C

24°C

76°C

92°C

30s - Q10
Rowan Jennika set her aircon at 28.6°C. At 11:30 AM, she lowered the setting by 3.5 C°. After an hour, she set it at 19°C. By how many degrees did she lower down the setting of the aircon at 12:30?

32.1°C

25.1°C

6.1°C

9.6°C

30s - Q11
Mr. Castillo measured the temperature in the classroom at 12:00 noon. It was 34.8°C. By 5:30 pm, it was 28.6°C. The following problem-solving strategies can be used to solve the problem EXCEPT

Write a number sentence

Make a drawing or a diagram

Work backwards

Compose a song

30s - Q12
One morning, the outside temperature was 24.9°C. By noon, it had gone up by 1.3°C. But by 5 PM, it had gone down by 1.4°C. What was the temperature at 5 PM?

25°C

24.8°C

28.4°C

27.6°C

30s - Q13
Luisa's temperature this morning was 39.5°C. After an hour, her temperature was 37.5°C. Which statement best describes her condition?

Her condition improved

Her temperature went down by 2°C

Her temperature went up by 2°C

Her condition worsened

30s - Q14
The temperature of freshly baked hot malungay pandesal is 68°C; while hot coffee is 85°C. What is the difference between the two temperatures?

17°C

2.3°C

15°C

23°C

30s - Q15
The forecast for today’s lowest temperature is 25°C and the highest temperature is 36.5°C. What is difference between the highest and lowest temperature forecasts for the day?

11°C

13°C

15°C

11.5°C

30s