Name:    5th Grade Math- Add and subtract decimal numbers through thousandths practice test

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 10.55  +  3.27
 a. 13.82 c. 13.75 b. 1382 d. 1327

2.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 1.234  +  3.001
 a. 1.535 c. 4.334 b. 4 d. 4.235

3.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .761  +  .355
 a. 1.9 c. 1,116 b. 1.116 d. .1116

4.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 57.2  +  41.890
 a. 99.09 c. 99.19 b. 98 d. 100

5.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .003  +  .034
 a. 0.343 c. 0.037 b. 0.031 d. 37

6.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 2.458  +  .719
 a. 9.167 c. 2.11 b. 2.495 d. 3.177

7.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .390  +  .039
 a. 3.393 c. 1 b. 0.429 d. 4.99

8.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .999  +  .100
 a. 1.099 c. 1 b. 1 d. 1.99

9.

What is the sum of these two numbers: .999  +  .001
 a. 1.099 c. 1 b. 0.998 d. 1.991

10.

What is the sum of these two numbers: 1.268  +  .761
 a. 2.29 c. 8.878 b. 2.969 d. 2.029

11.

Mary and Tom wanted to purchase a toy for their brother’s birthday.  Mary had \$11.79 in her piggy bank and Tom had \$9.47 in his.  How much did they have to spend on their brother?
 a. \$21.16 c. \$21.26 b. \$21.00 d. \$20.17

12.

Allison, Rachael and Barbara wanted to go to the movies.  Allison and Barbara were 12 years old, so they had to pay the adult price of \$6.75.  Rachael was only eleven years old, so she got in for \$4.75.  What was the total cost of all three tickets?
 a. \$16.75 c. \$16.50 b. \$18.00 d. \$18.25

13.

Andy saved his money to buy a new bike.  The bike cost \$129.95.  However, he also needed a lock.  They cost \$6.79.  And, he had to pay tax on both the bike and the lock, which came to \$8.20.  How much did Andy spend that day?
 a. \$139.95 c. \$151.00 b. \$144.94 d. \$141.89

14.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .999 - .333
 a. 1.332 c. 6.66 b. 0.666 d. 6.66

15.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .992 - .333
 a. 0.659 c. 6.66 b. 0.666 d. 6.66

16.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 2.599 - 1.001
 a. 1.598 c. 2.6 b. 1.499 d. 3.6

17.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .025 - .002
 a. 0.45 c. 0.045 b. 0.027 d. 0.023

18.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .179 - .106
 a. 0.285 c. 0.119 b. 0.073 d. 0.275

19.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 10.488 - 3.000
 a. 7.488 c. 7 b. 13.488 d. 10.188

20.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 10.002 - 5.200
 a. 15.202 c. 5.802 b. 5.198 d. 4.802

21.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 7.309 - 5.080
 a. 2.301 c. 2.229 b. 12.389 d. 2.389

22.

What is the difference of these two numbers: .07710 - .07310
 a. 0.004 c. 0.0004 b. 0.142 d. 0.4

23.

What is the difference of these two numbers: 96.002 - .002
 a. 94.002 c. 95.082 b. 96.004 d. 96

24.

If you gave the cashier \$10.50 for a bill of \$3.17, how much money would you get back in change?
 a. \$7.00 c. \$13.67 b. \$7.33 d. \$7.83

25.

John receives \$4.25 per week in allowance.  However, he forgot to clean his room this week, so his mother is reducing his allowance by \$.97.  How much will he receive in allowance this week?
 a. \$4.25 c. \$3.28 b. \$4.30 d. \$3.15

26.

Alice and Sarah set up a lemonade stand one hot summer’s day.  They took in \$15.35 during that day.  However, they had to pay their mom for the lemonade which was \$1.95 and they bought some extra sugar which cost \$2.11.  How much did they actually earn over the course of the day?
 a. \$11.29 c. \$15.35 b. \$10.00 d. \$12.13