  Name:    5th Grade Math Proficient Practice Test 7

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

1.

Problem Solving – RIT 221 – 230

1. 2, 9, 7, 14, 12, ___, ___
What are the missing numbers?
 a. 8, 10 d. 3, 5 b. 5, 3 e. 17, 19 c. 5, 7

2.

Yuko’s pen pal in England said her backyard was 50 meters wide. In
customary measurement that is about 150 _____.
 a. Feet d. Centimeters b. Yards e. Miles c. Inches

3.

Use a proportion to solve.
If four all weather tires cost \$903.80, how much would 1 tire cost?
 a. d. b. e. c. 4.

Write an equation you would use to solve the problem?
On a winter day it was –10F at 6:00 A.M. The temperature rose 25 during
the day. What was the high temperature?
 a. d. b. e. c. 5. Which statement is true?
 a. d. b. e. c. 6.

Interest formula: I = prt
Using the interest formula, how much interest is charged on a 30 year,
\$100,000 house loan at 6%?
 a. \$6,000 d. \$180,000 b. \$27,000 e. \$300,000 c. \$30,000

7.

Estimate the solution to the following problem.
The times for John’s 100m dash season are: 12.9, 13.2, 10.9, 13.5, 12.0,
and 11.8. What is a good estimate of John’s average time?
 a. 18.9 d. 10.0 b. 15 e. 11.1 c. 12.5

8.

A bag containing 100 M&M’s contains 23 red, 54 brown, 15 yellow, and 8
orange candies. What is the probability of getting a yellow M&M?
 a. d. b. e. c. 9.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Graphing – RIT 211 – 220 a. d. b. e. c. 10. a. –4, 4, -1, 3 d. –4, -3, 1, 2 b. –1, -4, 3, 4 e. –4, -1, 2, 3 c. 4, 3, -1, -4

11. Kali chooses her clothing using the tree diagram above. How many
possible choices for clothing does she have?
 a. 3 d. 21 b. 6 e. 25 c. 12

12.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Graphing – RIT 221 – 230
The graph shows the number of people who went on various rides during
one hour at an amusement park. a. 42 d. 68 b. 55 e. 9 c. 13

13. a. (2, -4) d. (-3, 4) b. (3, -4) e. (-4, -3) c. (-3,-4)

14.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Probability and Prediction –
RIT 221 – 230 a. d. b. e. c. 15.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Statistics – RIT 221 – 230
Compute the mean, median, and mode for the following set of data:
7, 6, 2, 2, 3, 2, 7, 3
 a. mean = 4; median = 2; mode = 3 d. mean = 4; median = 3; mode = 2 b. mean = 32; median = 3; mode = 2 e. mean = 32; median = 6; mode = 8 c. mean = 8; median = 6; mode = 7