# Unit 2 Test Review

## Quiz by Haley Dunbar

Grade 5
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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• Q1
What kind of number is an even number besides 2?
Composite
Prime
Neither
60s
5.4.A: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q2
Chloe, John, and Michelle went to the movies. Each movie ticket cost \$7.50. They ordered 2 large drinks that cost \$4.75 each, and 1 large popcorn that cost \$4.99. Which equation could be used to find t, the total amount of money spent by the three friends at the movies?
t = 3 × (7.5 + 4.75 + 4.99)
t = (3 × 7.5) + (2 × 4.75) + 4.99
t = (3 × 7.5) + 2(4.75 + 4.99)
t = (7.5 + 4.75 + 4.99) ÷ 3
300s
5.4.B: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q3
Demarcus ran for a total of 225 yards during his first 4 football games. He ran for 45 yards during each of his first 2 games and he ran for 68 yards during his third game. Which equation can be used to find y, the number of yards Demarcus ran during his fourth football game?
y = 225 − (45 × 2) + 68
y = 225 − (45 × 2) − 68
y = 225 − (68 × 2) − 45
y = 225 − (45 × 2 − 68)
300s
5.4.B: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q4
The Cooking Club made 93 pies to sell at a basketball game to raise money for a new playground. ● They made 21 apples pies and 26 cherry pies. ● The rest of the pies were chocolate cream pies. Problem: Which equation can be used to find g, the number of chocolate cream pies?
93 = 26 - 21 + g
93 = 21 + 26 + g
93 = 21 + 26 - g
93 = 26 - 21 - g
300s
• Q5
Add 593 and 88, and then multiply by 12. Problem: Which expression is equivalent to the sentence above?
593 + 88 × 12
(593 × 88) + 12
12 + (593 + 88)
(593 + 88) × 12
300s
5.4.F: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q6
Which operation should you do first to evaluate 5 + [3 × (7 − 4)]?
Add
Multiply
Divide
Subtract
300s
5.4.E: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q7
8 + 7 X 3 -1
17
28
74
28
300s
5.4.F: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q8
[6 +19 - (24÷3) + 3) ÷ 2
10
12
11
27
300s
5.4.F: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q9
Which of the following is NOT a composite number?
15
10
66
7
300s
5.4.A: Algebraic Reasoning
• Q10
Sally has a prime number amount of pencils and a composite number amount of pens. Which of the following could be the number she has of each?
7 pencils and 3 pens
35 pencils and 18 pens
61 pencils and 7 pens
61 pencils and 28 pens
300s
5.4.A: Algebraic Reasoning

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