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					                                     Universal Screening 1
                                           Grade 5

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1. What is the word name for 1,704?

      A      One thousand, seven hundred forty

      B      One thousand, seven hundred four

      C      One hundred seventy four

      D      One thousand, four




2. What is the standard form for eight million, seven hundred twelve?

      A      8,000,712

      B      8,712,000

      C      8, 700,120

      D      8,712




3. Which of the following is true?

      A      1,432 < 1,267

      B      5,678 > 5,382

      C      6,072 > 6,720

      D      4,562 < 4,560
4. The table below shows the sizes of four countries.



                        Country                        Area in Square Miles
            Canada                                3,851,800
            China                                 3,705,400
            Russia                                6,592,800
            United States                         3,717,796


   Which of the four countries is the smallest?


      A      Canada

      B      China

      C      Russia

      D      United States




5. The models below are shaded to show two different decimals.




   What number sentence correctly compares these two decimals?

      A      0.17 > 0.20

      B      0.20 < 0.17

      C      0.20 = 0.17

      D      0.17 < 0.20
6. The shaded models represent four different decimals.




   Which list shows these decimals in order from greatest to least?

      A      0.53     0.68     0.81      0.82

      B      0.81     0.53     0.82      0.68

      C      0.68     0.53     0.82      0.81

      D      0.82     0.81     0.68      0.53



7. There are 122 students in Grade 4 and 154 students in Grade 5. How many students are
   there altogether?

      A      276

      B      176

      C      271

      D      232



8. Solve.

                          34,675 + 15,792 =

      A      49,367

      B      49,467

      C      50,467

      D      50,387
9. Alise had 1.5 quarts of orange juice to make punch. She added 0.75 quarts of pineapple
   juice. How much juice does she have now?




      A      1.80 quarts

      B      2.25 quarts

      C      1.25 quarts

      D      2.50 quarts




10. Susan counted 47 people on the bus when she got on. At the first stop, 12 people got off.
   How many people were still on the bus?

      A      59

      B      55

      C      39

      D      35


11. Barbara sold 1,062 raffle tickets. Dana only sold 987. How many more raffle tickets did
   Barbara sell than Dana?

      A      85 tickets

      B      175 tickets

      C      125 tickets

      D      75 tickets
12. There were 8,000 people in attendance for the first swimming meet and 6,085 for the
   second. How many more people attended the first swimming meet?

      A      1,915 people

      B      2,925 people

      C      2,915 people

      D      2,085 people



13. Penelope jumped 1.74 meters at the track meet last week. The model below represents
   1.74.




    This week she jumped 0.25 meter less. How far did she jump this week?

      A      1.99

      B      1.49

      C      1.51

      D      1.50




14. Joyce has 4 decks of cards. If each deck has 52 cards, how many cards are there
   altogether?

      A      56 cards

      B      208 cards

      C      2082 cards

      D      216 cards
15. During one basketball game Josh Howard had 27 shot attempts. If each of these attempts
    were 2 pointers, how many points would he have made for the Mavericks if he made all 27
    shots?

       A     29 points

       B     44 points

       C     54 points

       D     56 points




16. Target sold 250 backpacks within 1 hour on Saturday. If each backpack costs $8, how
   much money did they make on the backpacks?

      A      $1,600

      B      $2,000

      C      $258

      D      $259




17. Sumner Elementary is having a back- to- school party. They purchased 15 cases of soda.
   If each case has 24 bottles, how many bottles of soda do they have in all?

      A      260 bottles

      B      90 bottles

      C      360 bottles

      D      39 bottles
18. There are 108 party favors in a bag. The favors were divided equally among 9 party
   guests. How many favors will each guest get?

      A      117 favors

      B      972 favors

      C      10 favors

      D      12 favors




19. The fan factory ordered 832 fan blades. If 4 blades are needed for each fan, how many
   fans can be made?

      A      208 fans

      B      3,328 fans

      C      836 fans

      D      28 fans




20. Shannon practiced gymnastics 36 hours last month. She also practiced swimming 20 hours
   last month. The total time she spent practicing each week was the same. How many hours
   did she practice each week given that there are 4 weeks in the month?

      A      56 hours

      B      224 hours

      C      14 hours

      D      9 hours
Grade 5 Universal Screening 1 Answer Key

Number                Answer               TEKS         Concepts
1                     B                    4.1A   Standard to Written
                                                  – Whole Numbers
2                     A                    4.1A   Written to Standard
                                                  – Whole Numbers
3                     B                    4.1A   Compare Whole
                                                  Numbers
4                     B                    4.1A   Order Whole
                                                  Numbers
5                     D                    4.1B   Compare Decimals
6                     D                    4.1B   Order Decimals
7                     A                    4.3A   Addition – Basic
8                     C                    4.3A   Addition with
                                                  Regrouping
9                     B                    4.3B   Addition with
                                                  Decimals
10                    D                    4.3A   Subtraction – Basic
11                    D                    4.3A   Subtraction with
                                                  Regrouping
12                    A                    4.3A   Subtraction across
                                                  zeros
13                    B                    4.3B   Subtraction with
                                                  Decimals
14                    B                    4.4D   Multiplication Two
                                                  Digit by One Digit
15                    C                    4.4D   Multiplication Two
                                                  Digit by One Digit
16                    B                    4.4D   Multiplication Three
                                                  Digit by One Digit
17                    C                    4.4D   Multiplication Two
                                                  Digit by Two Digits
18                    D                    4.4E   Division Three Digit
                                                  Dividend One Digit
                                                  Divisor
19                    A                    4.4E   Division with Zeros
                                                  in the Answer
20                    C                    4.4E   Division Two Digit
                                                  Dividend One Digit
                                                  Divisor