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## 10 Sample 5th Grade **FSA** Math Practice Questions

1- What is the volume of this box?

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☐A. 24 cm\(^3\)

☐B. 32 cm\(^3\)

☐C. 162 cm\(^3\)

☐D. 192 cm\(^3\)

2- How many square feet of tile is needed for a 18 feet to 18 feet room?

☐A. 72 Square Feet

☐B. 108 Square Feet

☐C. 216 Square Feet

☐D. 324 Square Feet

3- Of the 2,400 videos available for rent at a certain video store, 600 are comedies. What percent of the videos are comedies?

☐A. \(18 ½ \%\)

☐B. \(20\%\)

☐C. \(22\%\)

☐D. \(25\%\)

4- How many \(3 × 3\) squares can fit inside a rectangle with a height of 54 and width of 12?

☐A. 72

☐B. 62

☐C. 50

☐D. 44

5- ABC Corporation earned only $200,000 during the previous year, two–third only of the management’s predicted income. How much earning did the management predict?

☐A. $20,000

☐B. $30,000

☐C. $300,000

☐D. $340,000

6- William keeps track of the length of each fish that he catches. Following are the lengths in inches of the fish that he caught one day: \(13, 14, 9, 11, 9, 10, 18\)

What is the median fish length that William caught that day?

☐A. 11 Inches

☐B. 9 Inches

☐C. 12 Inches

☐D. 13 Inches

7- \(9 + [8 × 5] ÷ 2 =\) ? ________

8- What is the median of these numbers? \(4, 9, 13, 8, 15, 18, 5\)

☐A. 8

☐B. 9

☐C. 13

☐D. 15

9- The area of the base of the following cylinder is 50 square inches and its height is 10 inches. What is the volume of the cylinder? ________

10- A rope 13 yards long is cut into 4 equal parts. Which expression does NOT equal to the length of each part?

☐A. \(13 ÷ 4\)

☐B. \(\frac{13}{4}\)

☐C. \(4 ÷ 13\)

☐D. \(4\sqrt{13}\)

## Best 5th Grade **FSA** Math Exercise Resource for 2021

## Answers:

1- **D**

Use volume of cube formula.

Voluem\(=\) length \(×\) width\( ×\) height\( ⇒ V= 6 × 4 × 8 ⇒ V=192 \space\)\( cm^3\)

2- **D**

Find the area of the room which is a square. Use area of square formula.

\(S= a^2 ⇒ S= 18\) feet \(× 18\) feet \(= 324\) square feet

3-** D**

Use percent formula:

part\( =\frac{percent}{100}× \)whole

\(600 =\frac{percent}{100}× 2400⇒ 600=\) percent \(× 24 ⇒\)percent\(=25 \)

4- **A**Use area of rectangle formula.

\(A= a × b ⇒ A= 54 × 12 ⇒ A= 648\)

Divide the area by 9 (\(3 × 3 = 9\) squares) to find the number of squares needed. \(648 ÷ 9 = 72\)

5- **C**

ABC Corporation’s income \(= \frac{2}{3}\) management’s predicted income.

\($200,000 = \frac{2}{3}\) management’s predicted income

management’s predicted income \(= $200,000×\frac{3}{2} =$300,000\)

6- **A**

Write the numbers in order:

\(9, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 18\)

Median is the number in the middle. Therefore, the median is 11.

7- **29**

Use PEMDAS (order of operation):

\(9 + [8 × 5] ÷ 2 = 9 + (40) ÷ 2 = 9 + (40 ÷ 2) = 29\)

8- **B**

Write the numbers in order:

\(4, 5, 8, 9, 13, 15, 18\)

Median is the number in the middle. Therefore, the median is 9.

9- **500**

Use volume of cylinder formula.

Voluem\(=\) base \(×\) heigth \(⇒ V=50 × 10 ⇒ V=500\)

10- **C**

13 yards long rope is cut into 4 equal parts. Therefore, 13 should be divided by 4. Only option C is NOT 13 divided by 4. (It is 4 divided by 13)

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