# STAAR MATH PRACTICE TEST FOR GRADE 5

Problem 1 :

While cleaning his room, Paul found 7 cents on his desk, 98 cents under his bed, and 2 dollars and 4 cents in his closet. What was the total amount of money Paul found?

A)  \$2.09        B)  \$3.09     C)  \$3.72        D)  \$4.08

Solution

Problem 2 :

Which comparison is NOT true?

A)  3.375 > 3.275        B)   6.875 < 6.9    C)   2.65 > 2.675

D)  7.675 < 7.75

Solution

Problem 3 :

The graph shown represents the rule y = x + 1.5.

Which table contains only values that represent the rule?

Solution

Problem 4 :

Priscilla built a cabinet shaped like a rectangular prism. The length of the base is 9 inches, and the width is 40 inches. What is the area of the base of the cabinet in square inches?

F)  49 square inches          G)  360 square inches

H)  98 square inches          J)  Not here

Solution

Problem 5 :

A math problem is shown. What is the quotient ?

A)  0.14      B)  0.6     C)    0.06    D)  0.51

Solution

Problem 6 :

Wanda’s net income for the month of April was \$2,438. The table shows her April budget except for an amount in the “Other” category.

What amount, in dollars and cents, should be in the “Other” category in order for Wanda’s April budget to be balanced?

Solution

Problem 7 :

One bucket of gravel has a mass of 7.05 kg. What is the mass of 20 buckets of gravel in kilograms?

A)  14.1 kg     B)   150 kg    C)  27.05 kg    D)  141 kg

Solution

Problem 8 :

The students in a class were each given a set of letters and asked to make words. The dot plot shows the numbers of students who made from 1 to 7 words.

What fraction of the students in the class made 5 or more words?

A)   1/20     B)  1/4      C)  3/10     D)  3/4

Solution

Problem 9 :

This graphic organizer is being used to classify triangles based on their angle measures or side lengths.

Which list shows all of the ways this triangle could be classified?

A)  Acute only     B)  Equilateral only

C)   Acute and isosceles only       D)  Acute, isosceles, and equilateral only

Solution

Problem 10 :

George bought 3 peppers for a cost of \$0.40 each. The model represents this situation.

Which equation shows how to find the total cost in dollars and cents of the peppers George bought?

A)  3 × 4 = 12.00         N)   3 × 40 = 120.00

C)  3 × 0.40 = 1.20      D)  3 × 0.40 = 0.12

Solution

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