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5th Grade Math: Ratios & Percentages Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How many different ways are there to write percentages?

Question 2 2.

How can percentage be described?

A. A part of a whole

B. Per hundred

C. A discount

D. All answers are correct

E. None of the answers are correct

Question 3 3. How would you write eighty-seven percent using the symbol for percent?

Question 4 4.

Which form is this percentage written in?

1.25

Question 5 5. If you run around the house randomly, and then end up back where you started, moving a total of 44 meters, what is your distance? And what is your change in position?

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Question 6 6. How do you calculate the average speed?

Question 7 7. If you were measuring the distance between two objects on a desk that is 2 feet in width, which of these distance units would make the most sense to use?

Question 8 8. A boy is riding a bicycle. He first travels 4 miles in 15 minutes, then he travels 6 miles in 45 minutes. What is the boy's average speed?

Question 9 9. Which of the following is an example of a unit rate?

Question 10 10. An aquarium has 14 seals, 22 penguins and 4 sea turtles. What is the ratio of sea turtles to seals?

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Question 11 11. If a car drives at 60 miles per hour for 4 hours, how far will it go?

Question 12 12. A restaurant sells cheeseburgers to chicken sandwiches in a ratio of 7:2. If the restaurant sells 12 chicken sandwiches one day, how many cheeseburgers does it sell?

Question 13 13. What is another way to write 5/100?

Question 14 14. Which of the following is NOT another way to write .36?

Question 15 15. If the number .25 were written as a fraction, what would the denominator be?

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Question 16 16. Which one of the following means the same thing as 80/100?

Question 17 17. How many answers do I need to get correct if I want a grade of 80 percent on a test with 70 questions?

Question 18 18. What is 30 percent of 120?

Question 19 19. What is 56% written as a decimal?

Question 20 20. A violin you want to buy costs $4,254. However, it goes on sale for 65 percent off. How much do you end up saving if you buy the violin while it is on sale?

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Question 21 21.

A legend reads 1 cm: 15 cm.

If the scale drawing shows a ball that is 10 cm in diameter, then what is the diameter of the ball in real life?

Question 22 22. Which of the following is NOT considered a scale drawing?

Question 23 23. The distance from San Jose to San Francisco on a map of California is 0.5 inches. The legend reads 1 inch: 100 miles. How far away is San Jose from San Francisco?

Question 24 24. Which of the following units can NOT be part of a map's legend?

Question 25 25. Which of the following ratios is NOT proportional to 2:3?

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Question 26 26.

Write a ratio for the number of red balls to blue balls.

Red balls = 10

Blue balls = 8

Green balls = 6

Question 27 27.

Write a ratio for the number of students who received an A to the number of students who received an F.

A Students = 3

B Students = 8

C Students = 2

D Students = 1

F Students = 2

Question 28 28. Which of the following ratios is in proportion to the ratio 3:4?

Question 29 29.

Order the following percentages in order from least to greatest.

A. 20%

B. 75%

C. 16%

D. 57%

E. 101%

Question 30 30. What is distance?

5th Grade Math: Ratios & Percentages Chapter Exam Instructions

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